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Peel, Elizabeth; Douglas, Margaret; Parry, Odette and Lawton, Julia (2010). Type 2 diabetes and dog walking:patients' longitudinal perspectives about implementing and sustaining physical activity. British Journal of General Practice, 60 (577), pp. 570-557.

Jowett, Adam and Peel, Elizabeth (2010). “Seismic cultural change?”: British media representations of same-sex ‘marriage’. Women's Studies International Forum, 33 (3), pp. 206-214.

Peel, Elizabeth (2010). Pregnancy loss in lesbian and bisexual women: An online survey of experiences. Human Reproduction, 25 (3), pp. 721-727.

Lawton, Julia; Rankin, David; Peel, Elizabeth and Douglas, Margaret (2009). Patients' perceptions and experiences of transitions in diabetes care: a longitudinal qualitative study. Health Expectations, 12 (2), pp. 138-148.

Lawton, Julia; Peel, Elizabeth; Parry, Odette and Douglas, Margaret (2008). Shifting accountability:a longitudinal qualitative study of diabetes causation accounts. Social science and medicine, 67 (1), pp. 47-56.

Peel, Elizabeth and Harding, Rosie (2004). Civil partnerships: a new couple's conversation. Feminism and Psychology, 14 (1), pp. 41-46.

Peel, Elizabeth (2001). 'I am what I am'? Using stereotypes in anti-heterosexism training. Lesbian and Gay Psychology Review, 2 (2), pp. 50-56.

Peel, Elizabeth Chipping away at the taken-for-granted:reflection in a sexualities course. Feminism and Psychology, 20 (2), pp. 225-231.

Grove, Jan; Peel, Elizabeth and Owen-Pugh, Valerie Client discourses on the process of seeking same-sex couple counselling. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 41 (5), pp. 573-586.

Harding, Rosie and Peel, Elizabeth 'He was like a zombie':off-label prescription of antipsychotic drugs in dementia. Medical Law Review, 21 (2), pp. 243-277.

Rolfe, Alison and Peel, Elizabeth 'It's a double-edged thing':the paradox of civil partnership and why some couples are choosing not to have one. Feminism and Psychology, 21 (3), pp. 317-335.

Ellis, Sonja J. and Peel, Elizabeth Lesbian feminisms:historical and present possibilities. Feminism and Psychology, 21 (2), pp. 198-204.

Peel, Elizabeth Moving beyond heterosexism? The good, the bad and the indifferent in accounts of others’ reactions to important life events. Psychology of Sexualities Review, 3 (1), p. 34.

Jowett, Adam; Peel, Elizabeth and Shaw, Rachel L. Online interviewing in psychology: reflections on the process. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 8 (4), pp. 354-369.

Lawton, Julia; Peel, Elizabeth; Parry, Odette and Douglas, Margaret Patients' perceptions and experiences of taking oral glucose-lowering agents: a longitudinal qualitative study. Diabetic Medicine, 25 (4), pp. 491-495.

Jowett, Adam; Peel, Elizabeth and Shaw, Rachel L Sex and diabetes:a thematic analysis of gay and bisexual men's accounts. Journal of Health Psychology, 17 (3), pp. 409-418.

Cooke, Richard; Peel, Elizabeth; Shaw, Rachel L. and Senior, Carl The neuroimaging research process from the participants' perspective. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 63 (2), pp. 152-158.

Book Section

Peel, Elizabeth and Cain, Ruth (2012). 'Silent' miscarriage and deafening heteronormativity:a British experiential and critical feminist account. IN: Understanding reproductive loss. Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Layne, Linda (eds) Farnham (UK): Ashgate.

Jowett, Adam and Peel, Elizabeth (2012). Physical health. IN: Intersectionality, sexuality and psychological therapies. das Nair, Roshan and Butler, Catherine (eds) Chichester (UK): Wiley.

Lawton, Julia; Ahmad, Naureen; Peel, Elizabeth and Hallowell, Nina (2009). Contextualising accounts of illness:notions of responsibility and blame in white and South Asian respondents' accounts of diabetes causation. IN: Ethnicity, health and health care: understanding diversity, tackling disadvantage. Ahmad, Waqar and Bradby, Hannah (eds) Blackwell.

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