- 'I sort of balance it out'. Living with facial acne in emerging adulthoodJess Prior
Kingston University, UK
J Health Psychol 20:1154-65. 2015..Health psychologists need to consider individual differences for young adults who are living with a visible difference. The importance of the peer group and family is also explicated...
- 'Coping quite well with a few difficult bits': living with disfigurement in early adolescenceJess Prior
Psychology Research Unit, Kingston University, Surrey, UK
J Health Psychol 14:731-40. 2009....
- A qualitative analysis of attitudes to face transplants: contrasting views of the general public and medical professionalsJessica J Prior
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology, Kingston University, UK
Psychol Health 26:1589-605. 2011..Analyses revealed a stereotypical belief from both groups that the life of a severely disfigured recipient is intolerable without this operation...
- Supporting parent-child conversations in a history museumHarriet R Tenenbaum
Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, UK
Br J Educ Psychol 80:241-54. 2010..Museums can serve as rich resources for families to learn about the social world through engagement with exhibits and parent-child conversation about exhibits...