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GOUGH, B., SEYMOUR-SMITH, S. and MATTHEWS, C.R., 2016. Body dissatisfaction, appearance investment, and wellbeing: How older obese men orient to "aesthetic health". Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 17 (1), pp. 84-91. ISSN 1524-9220

GOUGH, B., SEYMOUR-SMITH, S. and MATTHEWS, C., 2015. Body dissatisfaction, appearance investment and wellbeing: how older obese men orient to 'aesthetic health' [forthcoming]. Psychology of Men and Masculinity. ISSN 1524-9220

WINDER, B., GOUGH, B. and SEYMOUR-SMITH, S., 2015. Stumbling into sexual crime: the passive perpetrator in accounts by male internet sex offenders. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44 (1), pp. 167-180. ISSN 0004-0002

RUTHERFORD, Z., GOUGH, B., SEYMOUR-SMITH, S., MATTHEWS, C.R., WILCOX, J., PARNELL, D. and PRINGLE, A., 2014. 'Motivate': the effect of a Football in the Community delivered weight loss programme on over 35-year old men and women's cardiovascular risk factors. Soccer & Society, 15 (6), pp. 951-969. ISSN 1466-0970

O’HARA, L., GOUGH, B., SEYMOUR-SMITH, S. and WATTS, S., 2013. ‘It’s not a disease, it’s a nuisance’: controlling diabetes and achieving goals in the context of men with Type 1 diabetes. Psychology & Health. ISSN 0887-0446

HALL, M., GOUGH, B. and SEYMOUR-SMITH, S., 2013. Stake management in men's online cosmetics testimonials. Psychology & Marketing, 30 (3), pp. 227-235. ISSN 0742-6046

HALL, M., GOUGH, B. and SEYMOUR-SMITH, S., 2012. 'I'm METRO, NOT gay!': a discursive analysis of men's accounts of makeup use on You Tube. Journal of Men's Studies, 20 (3), pp. 209-226. ISSN 1060-8265

HALL, M., GOUGH, B., SEYMOUR-SMITH, S. and HANSEN, S., 2012. On-line constructions of metrosexuality and masculinities: a membership categorization analysis. Gender and Language, 6 (2), pp. 379-403. ISSN 1747-6321

GOUGH, B. and MADILL, A., 2012. Subjectivity in psychological science: from problem to prospect [in press]. Psychological Methods.

HALL, M. and GOUGH, B., 2011. Magazine and reader constructions of 'metrosexuality' and masculinity: a membership categorisation analysis. Journal of Gender Studies, 20 (1), pp. 67-86. ISSN 0958-9236

GOUGH, B., 2011. Reconstituting feminised practices as masculine: discourse dynamics in the field of men's health. GRAAT, 11, pp. 49-62.

HARDIN, N., FORD, J. and GOUGH, B., 2010. Accounting for ourselves: are academics exploited workers? Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 21, pp. 159-168.

GROGAN, S., FRY, G., GOUGH, B. and CONNER, M., 2010. Appearance concerns and smoking in young men and women: going beyond weight control. Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy, 17 (3), pp. 261-269.

WINDER, B. and GOUGH, B., 2010. 'I never touched anybody - that's my defence': a qualitative analysis of internet sex offender accounts. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 16 (2), pp. 125-141.

GROGAN, S., FLETT, K., CLARK-CARTER, D., GOUGH, B., DAVEY, R., RICHARDSON, D. and RAJARATNAM, G., 2010. Women smokers' experiences of an age-appearance anti-smoking intervention: a qualitative study. British Journal of Health Psychology.

HEWARD, K., GOUGH, B. and MOLINEAUX, M., 2010. A change of identity: the psychological and emotional impact of caring for someone with Multiple Sclerosis,. Journal of Social Care and Neurodisability, 2 (1), pp. 22-33.

GROGAN, S., FRY, G., GOUGH, B. and CONNER, M., 2009. Appearance concerns and smoking in young men and women: going beyond weight control. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy.

GOUGH, B. and FLANDERS, G., 2009. Celebrating 'obese' bodies: gay 'bears' talk about weight, body image and health. International Journal of Men's Health, 8 (3), pp. 235-253.

GROGAN, S., CONNER, M., FRY, G., GOUGH, B. and HIGGINS, A., 2009. Gender differences in smoking: a longitudinal study of beliefs predicting smoking in 11-15 year olds. Psychology and Health, 24, pp. 301-316.

SLOAN, C., GOUGH, B. and CONNER, M.T., 2009. Healthy masculinities? How ostensibly healthy men talk about lifestyle, health and gender. Psychology and Health.

GROGAN, S., FRY, G., GOUGH, B. and CONNER, M., 2009. 'Smoking to stay thin or giving up to save face?' Young men and women talk about appearance concerns and smoking. British Journal of Health Psychology, 14, pp. 175-186.

GOUGH, B., FRY, G., GROGAN, S. and CONNER, M.T., 2009. Why do young adult smokers continue to smoke despite the health risks? A focus group study. Psychology and Health, 24 (2), pp. 203-220.

BRANNEY, P., GOUGH, B. and MADILL, A., 2009. The other side of critical psychology? A review of the utility of Lacanian psychoanalysis with a focus on the theory of the Four Discourses. Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 7, pp. 187-204.

BRANNEY, P., GOUGH, B. and MADILL, A., 2009. The other side of critical psychology? A review of the utility of Lacanian psychoanalysis with a focus on the theory of the Four Discourses. Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 7, pp. 187-204.

GOUGH, B., 2009. A psycho-discursive approach to analysing qualitative interview data, with reference to a father-son relationship. Qualitative Research, 9 (5), pp. 527-545.

ATHANASAIDES, C., WINTHROP, A. and GOUGH, B., 2008. Factors affecting self-referral to counselling services in the workplace: a qualitative study. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 36 (3), pp. 257-276.

GROGAN, S., CONNER, M., FRY, G. and GOUGH, B., 2008. Gender differences in smoking: a longitudinal study of beliefs predicting smoking in 11-15 year olds. Psychology and Health.

MADILL, A. and GOUGH, B., 2008. Qualitative research and its place in psychological science. Psychological Methods, 13 (3), pp. 254-271.

FRY, G., GROGAN, S., GOUGH, B. and CONNER, M.T., 2008. Smoking in the lived world: how young people make sense of the social role cigarettes play in their lives. British Journal of Social Psychology, 47, pp. 763-780.

GOUGH, B., 2008. 'They did not have a word': the parental quest to locate a 'true sex' for their intersex children. Psychology and Health, 23 (4), pp. 493-507.

GOUGH, B., FRY, G., GROGAN, S. and CONNER, M.T., 2008. Why do young adult smokers continue to smoke despite the health risks? A focus group study. Psychology and Health.

GOUGH, B., 2007. Coming out in the heterosexist world of sport: a qualitative analysis of web postings by gay athletes. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 11 (12), pp. 153-174.

GOUGH, B., 2007. 'Real men don't diet': an analysis of contemporary newspaper representations of men, food and health. Social Science and Medicine, 64 (2), pp. 326-337.

KILMINSTER, S., DOWNES, J., GOUGH, B., MURTON-EATON, D. and ROBERTS, T., 2007. Women in medicine - is there a problem? A literature review of the changing gender composition, structures and occupational cultures in medicine. Medical Education, 41, pp. 39-49.

BENFORD, R. and GOUGH, B., 2006. Accounting for 'unhealthy' practices: chocolate 'addicts' use of medical and moral discourse. Journal of Health Psychology, 11 (3), pp. 227-440.

GOUGH, B. and CONNER, M.T., 2006. Barriers to healthy eating among men: a qualitative analysis. Social Science and Medicine, 62 (1), pp. 387-395.

RUNGAPADIACHY, D.M., MADILL, A. and GOUGH, B., 2006. How newly qualified mental health nurses perceive their role. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 13, pp. 533-542.

GOUGH, B., 2006. Try to be healthy, but don't forgo your masculinity: deconstructing men's health discourse in the media. Social Science and Medicine, 63, pp. 2476-2488.

HEWARD, K., MOLINEAUX, M. and GOUGH, B., 2006. A grounded theory analysis of the occupational impact of caring for a partner who has multiple sclerosis. Journal of Occupational Science, 13 (3), pp. 188-198.

MADILL, A., GOUGH, B., LAWTON, R. and STRATTON, P., 2005. How should we supervise qualitative projects? Psychologist, 18 (10), pp. 616-618.

CRONE, D., SMITH, A. and GOUGH, B., 2005. 'I feel totally at one, totally alive and totally happy': a psycho-social explanation of the physical activity and mental health relationship. Health Education Research, 20 (5), pp. 600-611.

HUGH-JONES, S., GOUGH, B. and LITTLEWOOD, A., 2005. Sexual exhibitionism can be good for you: a critique of psycho-medical discourse from the perspectives of women who exhibit. Sexualities, 8 (3), pp. 259-281.

RUNGAPADIACHY, D.M., MADILL, A. and GOUGH, B., 2004. Mental health student nurses' perception of the role of the mental health nurse. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 11, pp. 714-724.

GOUGH, B., 2004. Psychoanalysis as a resource for understanding emotional ruptures in the text: the case of defensive masculinities. British Journal of Social Psychology, 43 (2), pp. 245-267.

DAY, K., GOUGH, B. and MCFADDEN, M., 2004. 'Warning! Alcohol can seriously damage your feminine health': a discourse analysis of recent British newspaper coverage of women and drinking. Feminist Media Studies, 4 (2), pp. 165-185.

DAY, K., GOUGH, B. and MCFADDEN, M., 2003. Women who drink and fight: a discourse analysis of working class women's talk. Feminism and Psychology, 13 (2), pp. 141-158.

GOUGH, B., 2001. Biting your tongue: negotiating masculinities in the 1990s. Journal of Gender Studies, 10, pp. 169-186.

REAVEY, P. and GOUGH, B., 2000. Dis/locating blame within the individual: women survivors talk about child sexual abuse. Sexualities, 3 (3), pp. 325-346.

GOUGH, B. and PEACE, P., 2000. Reconstructing gender in the 1990s: men as victims. Gender and Education, 12 (3), pp. 385-399.

GOUGH, B., 1998. Men and the discursive reproduction of sexism: repertoires of difference and equality. Feminism and Psychology, 8 (1), pp. 25-49.

GOUGH, B. and EDWARDS, G., 1998. The beer talking: four lads, a carry out and the reproduction of masculinities. Sociological Review, 46 (3), pp. 409-435.

GOUGH, B. and REAVEY, P., 1997. Parental accounts regarding the physical punishment of children: discourses of dis/empowerment. Child Abuse and Neglect, 21 (5), pp. 417-430.

GOUGH, B., 1997. Time, identity and ideology: a discourse analysis of ordinary talk. Time and Society, 6 (23), pp. 213-236.

GOUGH, B., KREMER, J., MITCHELL, R. and ROBINSON, S., 1992. The social psychology of intergroup conflict: an appraisal of Northern Ireland research. Canadian Psychology, 33 (3), pp. 645-651.

Authored book

GOUGH, B., MCFADDEN, M. and MCDONALD, M., 2012. Critical social psychology: an introduction [forthcoming]. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

GOUGH, B. and MCFADDEN, M., 2001. Critical social psychology: an introduction. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Chapter in book

GOUGH, B., HALL, M. and SEYMOUR-SMITH, S., 2014. Straight guys do wear make-up: contemporary masculinities and investment in appearance. In: S.D. ROBERTS, ed., Modern masculinities: debating crisis, change, continuity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

GOUGH, B., 2012. Promoting nutrition in men's health [in press]. In: J. RIPPE, ed., Lifestyle medicine. CRC Press.

BRANNEY, P., GOUGH, B., MADILL, A. and MORGAN, M., 2012. The violence of an idealised family: a Kleinian psychoanalytic reading of Te Rito [in press]. In: A. GULERCE, ed., Critical explorations through psychoanalysis: in-between dynamics of psychic singularity and praxis of universal solidarity. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

GOUGH, B. and ROBERTSON, S., 2011. Content and discourse analysis. In: J.L. OLIFFE, ed., Design and research in gender, sex and health. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

GOUGH, B., 2011. Qualitative research in psychology. In: D. SCHACTER, D. GILBERT, D. WEGNER and B. HOOD, eds., Psychology, international adaptation. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

ROBERTSON, S. and GOUGH, B., 2009. Afterword: what next for men's health research? In: B. GOUGH and S. ROBERTSON, eds., Men, masculinities and health: critical perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

GOUGH, B. and ROBERTSON, S., 2009. Introduction: what is the point of this book? In: B. GOUGH and S. ROBERTSON, eds., Men, masculinities and health: critical perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

GOUGH, B., 2009. Promoting masculinity over health: a critical analysis of men's health promotion with particular reference to an obesity reduction 'manual'. In: B. GOUGH and S. ROBERTSON, eds., Men, masculinities and health: critical perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

ARNOLD, J. and GOUGH, B., 2009. Self. In: P. BANYARD, M. DAVIES, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology: a core text book. London: Sage.

GOUGH, B., 2009. The stubborn resistance of hegemonic masculinities within discourses of men's health and embodiment. In: J. HEARN, ed., GEXcel work in progress report. Linkoping: Centre of Gendering Excellence - GEXcel.

BRACKENRIDGE, C.H., RIVERS, I., GOUGH, B. and LLEWELLYN, K., 2007. Driving down participation: homophobic bullying as a deterrent to doing sport. In: C. AITCHISON and S. SCRATON, eds., Sport and gender identities: masculinities, femininities and sexualities. London: Routledge.

GOUGH, B., 2007. Exhibitionism. In: G. RITZER, ed., Blackwell encyclopedia of sociology. Oxford: Blackwell.

GOUGH, B., 2007. Men, masculinity and weight issues. In: A. WHITE and M. PETTIFER, eds., Hazardous waist: tackling overweight and obesity in men. Abingdon: Radcliffe Publishing.

GOUGH, B., 2003. Deconstructing reflexivity. In: L. FINLAY and B. GOUGH, eds., Reflexivity: a practical guide for researchers in health & social sciences. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

GOUGH, B., 2003. Shifting researcher positions during a group interview study: a reflexive analysis and review. In: L. FINLAY and B. GOUGH, eds., Reflexivity: a practical guide for researchers in health & social sciences. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

GOUGH, B., 2002. 'I've always tolerated it but...': heterosexual masculinity and the discursive reproduction of homophobia. In: A. COYLE and C. KITZINGER, eds., Lesbian and gay psychology. Oxford: BPS Books/Blackwell.

Edited book

GOUGH, B. and ROBERTSON, S., 2009. Men, masculinities and health: critical perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

FINLAY, L. and GOUGH, B., 2003. Reflexivity: a practical guide for researchers in health & social sciences. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

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