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Journal articles

  • Thackeray, Lisa and Eatough, Virginia (2018) ‘Shutting the world out’: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis exploring the paternal experience of parenting a young adult with a developmental disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 31 (S2), pp. 179-190
  • Lancer, Natalie and Eatough, Virginia (2018). One-to-one coaching as a catalyst for personal development: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of coaching undergraduates at a UK university. International Coaching Psychology Review 13 (1).
  • Smith, S. and Eatough, Virginia and Smith, J. and Radu, M. and Weaver, A. and Sadler, G. (2018) “I know I’m not invincible”: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of thyroid cancer in young people. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23 (2), 352-370.
  • Eatough, Virginia and Shaw, K. (2017) ‘I’m worried about getting water in the holes in my head’: a phenomenological psychology case study of the experience of undergoing deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson’s disease. British Journal of Health Psychology 22 (1), pp. 94-109.
  • Midgley, Nick and Parkinson, S. and Holmes, J. and Stapley, E. and Eatough, Virginia and Target, M. (2017) “Did I bring it on myself?” An exploratory study of the beliefs that adolescents referred to mental health services have about the causes of their depression. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 26 (1), pp. 25-34.
  • Kidd, M. and Eatough, Virginia (2017) Yoga, well-being and transcendence: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. The Humanistic Psychologist, 45 (3), 258-280.
  • Thackeray, Lisa and Eatough, Virginia (2016) ‘Shutting the world out’: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis exploring the paternal experience of parenting a young adult with a developmental disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, doi:10.1111/jar.12313
  • Allan, R. and Eatough, Virginia and Ungar, M. (2016) "So I Feel Like I’m Getting It and Then Sometimes I Think OK, No I’m Not": couple and family therapists learning an evidence-based practice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy (ANZJFT) 37 (1), pp. 56-74.
  • Allan, R., Eatough, V. & Ungar, M. (2016). 'I had no idea this shame piece was in me': Couple and family therapists' experience with learning an evidence-based practice. Cogent Psychology, 3: 1129120 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23311908.2015.1129120
  • Parkinson, S., Eatough, V., Holmes, J., Stapley, E., Target, M. & Midgley, N. (2015). Framework analysis: A worked example of a study exploring young people's experiences of depression. Qualitative Research in Psychology. DOI:10.1080/14780887.2015.1119228
  • Allan, R., Eatough, V. & Ungar, M. (2015). 'Oh, this is what it feels like': A role for the body in learning an evidence-based practice. Humanities, 4, 861-884.
  • Midgley, N., Parkinson, S., Holmes, J., Stapley, E., Eatough, V. & Target, M. (2015). Beyond a diagnosis: The experience of depression among clinically-referred adolescents. Journal of Adolescence, 44, 269-279.
  • Thackeray, L. & Eatough, V. (2015). 'Well, the future, that is difficult': A hermeneutic phenomenological analysis exploring the maternal experience of parenting a young adult with a developmental disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 28 (4), 265-275
  • Midgley, N., Holmes, J., Parkinson, S., Stapley, E., Eatough, V. & Target, M. (2014). 'Just like talking to someone about like shit in your life and stuff, and they help you': Hopes and expectations for therapy among depressed adolescents. Psychotherapy Research, 5, 1-11
  • Boden, Z.V.R. & Eatough, V. (2014) Understanding more fully: A multimodal hermeneutic-phenomenological approach. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11, 160-177.
  • Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2014) Stop 'helping' me! Identity, recognition and agency in the nexus of work and care. Organization, 21, 3-21.
  • Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2013). The feel of experience: Phenomenological ideas for organizational research. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal, 8, 258-275
  • Eatough, V., Smith, J.A., Santini, H., Goller, M.-L., Krysa, W., de Nicola, N., Paduanello, M. et al. (2013). The personal experience of parenting a child with Juvenile Huntington’s disease: Perceptions across Europe. European Journal of Human Genetics, 21, 1042-1048
  • Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2013). Meanings and manifestations of care: A celebration of hermeneutic multiplicity in Heidegger. The Humanistic Psychologist, 41, 4-24.
  • Eatough, V., Shaw, K. & Lees, AJ. (2012). Banking on brains: Insights of brain donor relatives and friends from an experiential perspective. Psychology & Health, 27, 1271-1290.
  • Finlay, L. & Eatough, V. (2012). Understanding the experience of discovering a kindred spirit connection: A phenomenological study. Phenomenology & Practice, 1, 69-88.
  • McCandless, R. & Eatough, V. (2012). 'Her energy kind of went into a different place': A qualitative study examining supervisors' experience of promoting reflexive learning in students. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 38,621-638.
  • Frost, N., Eatough, V., Shaw, R.L., Weille, K.L., Tzemou, E., Baraitser, L. (2012). Pleasure, pain and procrastination: Reflections on the experience of doing memory-work research. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 9, 231-248.
  • Larkin, M., Eatough, V. & Osborn, M. (2011). Interpretative phenomenological analysis and embodied, active, situated cognition. Theory & Psychology, 21, 318-337.
  • Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2010). Reflecting on the use of IPA with focus groups: pitfalls and potentials. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 7, 244-262.
  • Tomkins L. & Eatough, V. (2010). Towards an integrative reflexivity in organizational research. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management. An International Journal, 5, 162-181.
  • Aresti, A., Eatough, V. & Brooks-Gordon, B. (2010). Doing time after time: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of reformed ex-prisoners' experiences of self-change, identity and career opportunities. Psychology, Crime & Law, 16, 169-190.
  • McCandless, R. & Eatough, V. (2010). 'How can this person get me so wrong?' The self of the systemic training supervisor. Human Systems: The Journal of Therapy, Consultation and Training Special Issue: Qualitative Methods and Systemic Research, 21, 208-236.
  • Eatough, V., Smith, J.A. & Shaw, R. (2008). Women, anger and aggression: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23, 1767-1799.
  • Brewer, H.M., Eatough, V., Smith, J.A., Stanley, C.A., Glendinning, N.W. & Quarrell, O.W.J. (2008). The impact of Juvenile Huntington's Disease on the family: The case of a rare childhood condition. Journal of Health Psychology, 13, 5-16.
  • Brewer, H.M., Smith, J.A., Eatough, V., Stanley, C.A., Glendinning, N.W. and Quarrell, O.W.J. (2007). Helpful and unhelpful support: Caring for a child with Juvenile Huntington’s Disease. Journal of Child Health Care, 11, 40-52
  • Chappell, D., Eatough, V., Davies, M.N.O. & Griffiths, M.D. (2006). EverQuest - It’s just a computer game right? An interpretative phenomenological analysis of online gaming addiction. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 4, 205-216.
  • Eatough, V. & Smith, J.A. (2006). I was like a wild wild person: Understanding feelings of anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. British Journal of Psychology, 97, 483-498.
  • Eatough, V. & Smith, J.A. (2006). I feel like a scrambled egg in my head: An idiographic case study of meaning making and anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology & Psychotherapy, 79, 115-135.
  • Smith, J.A., Brewer, H.M., Eatough, V., Stanley, C.A., Glendinning, N.W. & Quarrell, O.W.J. (2006). A Natural History of Juvenile Huntington’s Disease: The parents’ perspective. Clinical Genetics, 69, 486-496.
  • Bramley, N. & Eatough, V. (2005). An idiographic case study of the experience of living with Parkinson’s disease using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology & Health, 20, 223-235.
  • Forrest, S., Eatough, V. & Shevlin, M. (2005). Measuring adult indirect aggression: The development and psychometric assessment of the Indirect Aggression Scales. Aggressive Behaviour, 31, 84-97.
  • Wood, R.T.A., Griffiths, M.D. & Eatough, V. (2004). Online data collection from videogame players: Methodological issues. CyberPsychology and Behaviour, 7, 511-518.
  • Forrest, S., Shevlin, M., Eatough, V., Gregson, M. & Davies, M.N.O. (2002). Factor structure of the Expagg and Revised Expagg: A failure to replicate using confirmatory factor analysis. Aggressive Behaviour, 28(1), 11-20.
  • Allen, T., Cox, S., Eatough, V. & Underwood, J. (2001) Why do women remain childless? An examination of the decision to remain childless and attittudes towards pregnancy and childbirth. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 19, 259.
  • Eatough, V., Gregson, M. & Shevlin, M. (1997). Comments on SPO409: A. Campbell et al's sex differences in aggression. British Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 383-4.
  • Lees, A.J., Frankel, J., Eatough, V. & Stern, G. (1989). New approaches to the use of Selegine for the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Acta Neurol. Scand, 26, 139-145.
  • Frankel, J.P., Kempster, P.A., Stibe, C.M.H., Eatough, V., Nathanson, M., Lees, A.J. & Stern, G. (1989). A double blind controlled study of high-dose L-Deprenyl in the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Clinical Neuropharmacology, 12 (5), 448-451.

Book chapters

  • Eatough, V. (in press). “What can’t be cured must be endured”: Living with Parkinson’s disease. In KT Galvin (ed.). The Routledge Handbook of Well-Being. London: Routledge.
  • Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2018). Hermeneutics: Interpretation, Understanding and Sensemaking. In: C Cassell & A Cunliffe (eds.). The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods. London: Sage, pp. 185-200.
  • Eatough, V. & Smith, J.A. (2017). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In C. Willig and W. Stainton Rogers (eds), Handbook of Qualitative Psychology 2nd Edition. London: Sage, pp. 193-211.
  • Eatough, V. & Smith, J.A. (2016). Making sense of anger: A case study using interpretative phenomenological analysis. In A. Coyle and E. Lyons (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology: A Practical & Comparative Guide 2nd Edition. London: Sage, pp. 293-305.
  • Smith, J.A. & Eatough, V. (2016). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In A. Coyle and E. Lyons (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology: A Practical & Comparative Guide 2nd Edition. London: Sage, pp. 50-67.
  • Eatough, V. (2012). An introduction to qualitative research. In G.M. Breakwell, J.A. Smith & D.B. Wright (eds) Research Methods in Psychology 4th Edition. London: Sage, pp. 321-343.
  • Smith, J.A. & Eatough, V. (2012). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In G.M. Breakwell, J.A. Smith & D.B. Wright (eds) Research Methods in Psychology 4th Edition. London: Sage, pp. 439-461.
  • Eatough, V. (2009). 'My heart was killing me': A hermeneutic phenomenological study of the lived experience of anger. In L. Finlay & K. Evans (eds), Relational Centred Qualitative Research for Psychotherapists and Counsellors: Exploring Meanings and Experience. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 185-196.
  • Eatough, V. & Smith, J.A. (2008). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In C. Willig & W. Stainton Rogers (eds), Handbook of Qualitatitive Psychology. London: Sage, pp. 179-194.
  • Eatough, V. & Smith, J.A. (2007). Making sense of anger: A case study using interpretative phenomenological analysis. In A. Coyle and E. Lyons (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology: A Practical & Comparative Guide. London: Sage, pp. 205-215.
  • Smith, J.A. & Eatough, V. (2007). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In A. Coyle and E. Lyons (eds), Analysing Qualitative Data in Psychology: A Practical & Comparative Guide. London: Sage, pp. 35-50.
  • Smith J.A. & Eatough, V. (2006). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In G. Breakwell, C. Fife-Schaw, S. Hammond & J.A. Smith (eds) Research Methods in Psychology (3rd ed). London: Sage, pp.11-20.
  • Eatough, V., Kempster, P., Lees, A.J. & Stern, G. (1990). Premorbid personality and idiopathic Parkinson's disease. In M.B. Streifler, A.D. Korczyn, E. Melamed & M.B.H. Youdim (eds), Advances in Neurology, Vol 53: Parkinson's Disease. Anatomy, Pathology and Therapy. New York: Raven Press, pp. 335-337.
  • Eatough, V., Rodgers, D., Kempster, P., Lees, A.J. & Stern, G. (1990). Effects of L-Deprenyl on Parkinsonian bradyphrenia. In M.B. Streifler, A.D. Korczyn, E. Melamed & M.B.H. Youdim (eds), Advances in Neurology, Vol 53: Parkinson's Disease. Anatomy, Pathology and Therapy. New York: Raven Press, pp. 441-443.
  • Eatough, Virginia and Shaw, K. (2017) ‘I’m worried about getting water in the holes in my head’: a phenomenological psychology case study of the experience of undergoing deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson’s disease. British Journal of Health Psychology 22 (1), pp. 94-109.

    Midgley, Nick and Parkinson, S. and Holmes, J. and Stapley, E. and Eatough, Virginia and Target, M. (2017) “Did I bring it on myself?” An exploratory study of the beliefs that adolescents referred to mental health services have about the causes of their depression. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 26 (1), pp. 25-34.

    Kidd, M. and Eatough, Virginia (2017) Yoga, well-being and transcendence: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. The Humanistic Psychologist, 45 (3), 258-280.

    Thackeray, Lisa and Eatough, Virginia (2016) ‘Shutting the world out’: an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis exploring the paternal experience of parenting a young adult with a developmental disability. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, doi:10.1111/jar.12313

Dr Virginia Eatough