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2012

Hollway, Wendy (2012). Rereading Winnicott’s “Primary Maternal Preoccupation”. Feminism & Psychology, 22(1) pp. 20–40.

Montenegro, Marisela; Capdevila, Rose and Figueroa Sarriera, Heidi (2012). Towards a transnational feminism: Dialogues on feminisms and psychologies in a Latin American context. Feminism & Psychology, 22(2) pp. 220–227.

2011

Taylor, Stephanie (2011). Negotiating oppositions and uncertainties: Gendered conflicts in creative identity work. Feminism & Psychology, 21(3) pp. 354–371.

Terry, Gareth and Braun, Virginia (2011). 'It’s kind of me taking responsibility for these things': men, vasectomy and 'contraceptive economies'. Feminism & Psychology, 21(4) pp. 477–495. file

2010

Taylor, Stephanie (2010). Book review: Angela McRobbie The Aftermath of Feminism: Gender, Culture and Social Change. Feminism & Psychology, 20(4) pp. 564–567. file

2009

Barker, Meg and Reavey, Paula (2009). Self-disclosure in sexualities teaching. Feminism & Psychology, 19(2) pp. 194–198. file

2008

Barker, Meg and Langdridge, Darren (2008). II. Bisexuality: working with a silenced sexuality. Feminism & Psychology, 18(3) pp. 389–394. file

Jensen, Tracey (2008). I. `Speaking as a mother': notes on becoming a researcher and not getting onto Supernanny. Feminism & Psychology, 18(3) pp. 384–388.

2007

Capdevila, Rose (2007). Redefinition reviewed: what 'Toward aRedefinition of Sex and Gender' can offer today. Feminism & Psychology, 17(4) pp. 465–469. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2007). 'Can't take a joke? Humour as resistance, refuge and exclusion in a highly gendered workplace'. Feminism & Psychology, 17(2) pp. 259–266.

2006

Capdevila, Rose and Unger, Rhoda (2006). Feminisms without borders: exploring the relationships between feminist and political psychology. Feminism & Psychology, 16(1) pp. 5–11.

Seymour-Smith, Sarah and Wetherell, Margaret (2006). 'What he hasn't told you...': Investigating the micro-politics of gendered support in heterosexual couples' co-constructed accounts of illness. Feminism & Psychology, 16(1) pp. 105–127. file

2004

Hollway, Wendy (2004). Feminism and heterosexual marriage: The return of the repressed? Feminism & Psychology, 14(2) pp. 319–322.

Kehily, Mary (2004). Girls on Girls: tensions and anxieties in research with girls. Feminism & Psychology, 14(3) pp. 366–370.

2003

Barker, Meg (2003). Ann Weatherall: Gender, Language and Discourse. Feminism & Psychology, 13(3) pp. 398–402. file

Reynolds, Jill and Wetherell, Margaret (2003). The discursive climate of singleness: the consequences for women's negotiation of a single identity. Feminism & Psychology, 13(4) pp. 489–510. file

2001

Edley, Nigel and Wetherell, Margaret (2001). Jekyll and Hyde: men's constructions of Feminism and Feminists. Feminism & Psychology, 11(4) pp. 439–457.

1999

Wetherell, Margaret and Edley, Nigel (1999). Negotiating hegemonic masculinity: Imaginary positions and psycho-discursive practices. Feminism & Psychology, 9(3) pp. 335–356. file

1992

Griffin, Christine and Wetherell, Margaret (1992). Feminist psychology and the study of men and masculinity: Part Two: Policies and practices. Feminism & Psychology, 2(2) pp. 133–168.

1991

Wetherell, Margaret and Griffin, Christine (1991). Feminist psychology and the study of men and masculinity: Part One: Assumptions and perspectives. Feminism & Psychology, 1(3) pp. 361–393.

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