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Hearn, J H, Finlay, K A, Fine, P A, & Cotter, I. Neuropathic pain in a rehabilitation setting after spinal cord injury: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of inpatients’ experiences. Spinal Cord Series and Cases (2017)

Daya, Z., & Hearn, J. H. Mindfulness interventions in medical education: A systematic review of their impact on medical student stress, depression, fatigue and burnout. Medical Teacher (2017)

Jenna L. Gillett & Emily Mattacola, “The moderating factors of neuroticism and extraversion in pain anticipation”, British Journal of Pain (2017)

Katherine Finlay & J. Elander, “Reflecting the transition from pain management services to chronic pain support group attendance: An interpretative phenomenological analysis”, British Journal of Health Psychology 21.3 (Sep 2016), 660-676

Katherine Finlay et al., “Impact of pharmacy care upon adherence to cardiovascular medicines: a feasibility pilot controlled trial”, European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy (2016), 1-7

Jasmine Hearn, Katherine Finlay & Philip Fine, “The devil in the corner: A mixed-methods study of metaphor use by those with spinal cord injury-specific neuropathic pain”, British Journal of Health Psychology 21.4 (2016), 973-988

Kathryn Friedlander & Philip Fine, “The grounded expertise components approach in the novel area of cryptic crossword solving”, Frontiers in Psychology 7 (May 2016), 1–21

Philip Fine et al., “Performing musicians’ understanding of the terms ‘mental practice’ and ‘score analysis’”, Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 25.1 (2015), 69-82

Jasmine Hearn, Imogen Cotter, Philip Fine & Katherine Finlay, “Living with chronic neuropathic pain: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of community experience”, Disability and Rehabilitation 37.23 (2015), 2203–2211

Katherine Finlay & Joanna Rogers, “Maximizing self-care through familiarity: The role of practice effects in enhancing music listening and progressive muscle relaxation for pain management”, Psychology of Music 43.4 (2014), 511-529