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Journal article

FORREST, S., EATOUGH, V. and SHEVLIN, M., 2005. Measuring adult indirect aggression: The development and psychometric assessment of the indirect aggression scales. Aggressive Behavior, 31 (1), pp. 84-97. ISSN 0096-140X

BRAMLEY, N. and EATOUGH, V., 2005. The experience of living with Parkinson's disease: An interpretative phenomenological analysis case study. Psychology and Health, 20 (2), pp. 223-235. ISSN 0887-0446

WOOD, R.T.A., GRIFFITHS, M.D. and EATOUGH, V., 2004. Online data collection from video game players: methodological issues. CyberPsychology and Behavior, 7 (5), pp. 511-518. ISSN 1094-9313

FORREST, S., SHEVLIN, M., EATOUGH, V., GREGSON, M. and DAVIES, M.N.O., 2002. Factor structure of the Expagg and Revised Expagg: Failure to replicate using confirmatory factor analysis. Aggressive Behavior, 28 (1), pp. 11-20. ISSN 0096-140X

GREGSON, M., FORREST, S., SHEVLIN, M. and EATOUGH, V., 2002. Factor structure of the Expagg and revised Expagg: A failure to replicate using confirmatory factor analysis. Aggressive Behavior, 28, pp. 11-20.

ALLEN, T., COX, S., EATOUGH, V. and UNDERWOOD, J., 2001. Why do women remain childless? An examination of the decision to remain childless and attitudes towards pregnancy and childbirth. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 19, p. 259. ISSN 0264-6838

Chapter in book

EATOUGH, V. and SMITH, J.A., 2006. I was like a wild person: An idiographic case study of female anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: Cognition and emotion. UNSPECIFIED.

EATOUGH, V. and BRAMLEY, N., 2006. An idiographic case study of the experience of living with Parkinson's disease using interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: Psychology and health. UNSPECIFIED.

EATOUGH, V. and SMITH, J.A., 2003. I feel like a scrambled egg in my head: An idiographic case study of meaning, making and anger using interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: Psychology and Psychotherapy. UNSPECIFIED.

Conference contribution

EATOUGH, V. and SMITH, J.A., 2003. I was like a wild person: An interpretive phenomenological analysis of female anger and aggression. In: International Human Science Research Conference, Stockholm.

FORREST, S. and EATOUGH, V., 2002. Hurt the ones you love: Indirect aggression in adult primary group relationships. In: The British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Hilton/Imperial Hotels, Blackpool.

EATOUGH, V. and FORREST, S., 2002. Hurt the ones you love: Indirect aggression in adult primary group relationships. In: The British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Hilton/Imperial Hotels, Blackpool.

EATOUGH, V., 2002. A case study of female anger and aggression: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. In: 4th Annual Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Conference, University College, London.

EATOUGH, V., 2002. A case study of female anger and aggression: a narrative and phenomenological analysis. In: The British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Hilton/Imperial Hotels, Blackpool.

FORREST, S. and EATOUGH, V., 2001. Adult indirect aggression: the many covert ways we hurt our loved ones. In: BPS Psypag Annual Conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK, 23 July 2001, University of Sheffield.

EATOUGH, V., 2001. Women's anger and aggression: the importance of self and meaning from an interpretative phenomenological analysis perspective. In: 3rd Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Conference, Northampton University, Northampton, UK, 11-12 July 2001, Northampton University.

EATOUGH, V., 2001. Women's anger and aggression: the importance of self and meaning from an interpretative phenomenological analysis perspective. In: Interpretative phenomenological analysis and social psychology symposium, BPS Social Psychological Conference, University of Surrey.

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