Professor Anna Madill
Professor Anna Madill
School of Psychology, University of Leeds, UK
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Objectivity and reliability in qualitative analysis: Realist, contextualist and radical constructionist epistemologies
A Madill, A Jordan, C Shirley
British journal of psychology 91 (1), 1-20, 2000
Qualitative research and its place in psychological science.
A Madill, B Gough
Psychological methods 13 (3), 254, 2008
Dissociation, trauma, and the role of lived experience: toward a new conceptualization of voice hearing.
E Longden, A Madill, MG Waterman
Psychological bulletin 138 (1), 28, 2012
A metasynthesis of the self-management of type 2 diabetes
T Gomersall, A Madill, LKM Summers
Qualitative health research 21 (6), 853-871, 2011
The potential of conversation analysis for psychotherapy research
A Madill, S Widdicombe, M Barkham
The Counseling Psychologist 29 (3), 413-434, 2001
What influences the impact of pressure ulcers on health-related quality of life? A qualitative patient-focused exploration of contributory factors
C Gorecki, J Nixon, A Madill, J Firth, JM Brown
Journal of tissue viability 21 (1), 3-12, 2012
Communications skills in dental education: a systematic research review
JA Carey, A Madill, M Manogue
European Journal of Dental Education 14 (2), 69-78, 2010
The meanings of organ donation: Muslims of Pakistani origin and white English nationals living in North England
C Hayward, A Madill
Social science & medicine 57 (3), 389-401, 2003
Subjectivity in psychological science: From problem to prospect.
B Gough, A Madill
Psychological methods 17 (3), 374, 2012
Fear of devaluation: Understanding the experience of intersexed women with androgen insensitivity syndrome
J Alderson, A Madill, A Balen
British Journal of Health Psychology 9 (1), 81-100, 2004
Discourse analysis of a theme in one successful case of brief psychodynamic-interpersonal psychotherapy.
A Madill, M Barkham
Journal of Counseling Psychology 44 (2), 232, 1997
Development of a conceptual framework of health-related quality of life in pressure ulcers: a patient-focused approach
C Gorecki, DL Lamping, JM Brown, A Madill, J Firth, J Nixon
International journal of nursing studies 47 (12), 1525-1534, 2010
Mirrors, portraits, and member checking: Managing difficult moments of knowledge exchange in the social sciences.
A Madill, P Sullivan
Qualitative Psychology 5 (3), 321, 2018
The relevance of lowered personal control for patients who have stoma surgery to treat cancer
J McVey, A Madill, D Fielding
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 40 (4), 337-360, 2001
‘So you did what you wanted then’: Discourse analysis, personal agency, and psychotherapy
A Madill, K Doherty
Journal of community & applied social psychology 4 (4), 261-273, 1994
How should we supervise qualitative projects?
A Madill, B Gough, R Lawton, P Stratton
The Psychologist 18 (10), 616-618, 2005
Identity change and the human dissection experience over the first year of medical training
A Madill, G Latchford
Social science & medicine 60 (7), 1637-1647, 2005
Amplified ambivalence: Having a sibling with juvenile idiopathic arthritis
JM Waite-Jones, A Madill
Psychology and Health 23 (4), 477-492, 2008
How newly qualified mental health nurses perceive their role
DM Rungapadiachy, A Madill, B Gough
Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 13 (5), 533-542, 2006
Best friends and better coping: Facilitating psychological resilience through boys’ and girls’ closest friendships
R Graber, R Turner, A Madill
British Journal of Psychology 107 (2), 338-358, 2016
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