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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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., 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.

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