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The barriers, benefits and facilitators of leisure time physical activity among people with spinal cord injury: a meta-synthesis of qualitative findings
TL Williams, B Smith, A Papathomas
Health psychology review 8 (4), 404-425, 2014
1722014
Athlete experiences of disordered eating in sport
A Papathomas, D Lavallee
Qualitative research in sport and exercise 2 (3), 354-370, 2010
902010
A life history analysis of a male athlete with an eating disorder
A Papathomas, D Lavallee
Journal of loss and trauma 11 (2), 143-179, 2006
862006
Disability and the gym: experiences, barriers and facilitators of gym use for individuals with physical disabilities
EV Richardson, B Smith, A Papathomas
Disability and Rehabilitation 39 (19), 1950-1957, 2017
842017
Self-starvation and the performance narrative in competitive sport
A Papathomas, D Lavallee
Psychology of sport and exercise 15 (6), 688-695, 2014
702014
Narrative inquiry: From cardinal to marginal... and back?
A Papathomas
Routledge handbook of qualitative research in sport and exercise, 59-70, 2016
632016
Understanding physical activity participation in spinal cord injured populations: Three narrative types for consideration
A Papathomas, TL Williams, B Smith
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 10 (1 …, 2015
612015
Narrative constructions of anorexia and abuse: An athlete's search for meaning in trauma
A Papathomas, D Lavallee
Journal of loss and trauma 17 (4), 293-318, 2012
552012
Understanding physical activity in spinal cord injury rehabilitation: Translating and communicating research through stories
B Smith, A Papathomas, KA Martin Ginis, AE Latimer-Cheung
Disability and rehabilitation 35 (24), 2046-2055, 2013
512013
Physical activity promotion for people with spinal cord injury: physiotherapists’ beliefs and actions
TL Williams, B Smith, A Papathomas
Disability and rehabilitation 40 (1), 52-61, 2018
502018
Psychosocial factors associated with physical activity in ambulatory and manual wheelchair users with spinal cord injury: a mixed-methods study
KA Martin Ginis, A Papathomas, MJ Perrier, B Smith, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 39 (2), 187-192, 2017
482017
The BASES expert statement on mental health literacy in elite sport
P Gorczynski, K Gibson, R Thelwell, A Papathomas, C Harwood, ...
The Sport and Exercise Scientist 59, 6-7, 2019
432019
Family experiences of living with an eating disorder: A narrative analysis
A Papathomas, B Smith, D Lavallee
Journal of Health Psychology 20 (3), 313-325, 2015
432015
Exercise is medicine? Most of the time for most; but not always for all
TL Williams, ER Hunt, A Papathomas, B Smith
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 10 (4), 441-456, 2018
402018
Eating disorders in sport: A call for methodological diversity
A Papathomas, D Lavallee
Revista de psicología del deporte 21 (2), 387-392, 2012
332012
Collective stories of exercise: Making sense of gym experiences with disabled peers
EV Richardson, B Smith, A Papathomas
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 34 (3), 276-294, 2017
322017
Changes in body image perceptions upon leaving elite sport: The retired female athlete paradox.
A Papathomas, TA Petrie, CR Plateau
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 7 (1), 30, 2018
292018
The psychosocial impact of wheelchair tennis on participants from developing countries
EV Richardson, A Papathomas, B Smith, VL Goosey-Tolfrey
Disability and rehabilitation 39 (2), 193-200, 2017
272017
Towards a more sophisticated approach to eating disorders in sport research.
A Papathomas, T Petrie
Elsevier Science, 2014
252014
Exercise attitudes and behaviours among retired female collegiate athletes
CR Plateau, TA Petrie, A Papathomas
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 29, 111-115, 2017
232017
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