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In-text: (Pietila et al., 2016)
Your Bibliography: Pietila, I., Ojala, H., Helminen, S. and Tammela, T. (2016). Who Has the Guts to Make This Choice?: Ideals of Masculinity in Men's Justifications for Their Treatment Decisions for Localised Prostate Cancer. International Journal of Men's Health, 15(3), pp.267-282.
In-text: (O'Brien, Hart and Hunt, 2007)
Your Bibliography: O'Brien, R., Hart, G. and Hunt, K. (2007). "Standing Out from the Herd": Men Renegotiating Masculinity in Relation to Their Experience of Illness. International Journal of Men's Health, 6(3), pp.178-200.
In-text: (Oliffe et al., 2010)
Your Bibliography: Oliffe, J., Gerbrandt, J., Bottorff, J. and Hislop, T. (2010). Health Promotion and Illness Demotion at Prostate Cancer Support Groups. Health Promotion Practice, 11(4), pp.562-571.
In-text: (Hagen, Grant-Kalischuk and Sanders, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Hagen, B., Grant-Kalischuk, R. and Sanders, J. (2007). Disappearing Floors and Second Chances: Men's Journeys of Prostate Cancer. International Journal of Men's Health, 6(3), pp.201-223.
In-text: (Chambers et al., 2014)
Your Bibliography: Chambers, S., Lowe, A., Hyde, M., Zajdlewicz, L., Gardiner, R., Sandoe, D. and Dunn, J. (2014). Defining Young in the Context of Prostate Cancer. Psycho - Oncology, 23(1), p.38.
In-text: (Grunfeld et al., 2013)
Your Bibliography: Grunfeld, E., Drudge-Coates, L., Rixon, L., Eaton, E. and Cooper, A. (2013). “The only way I know how to live is to work”: A qualitative study of work following treatment for prostate cancer. Health Psychology, 32(1), pp.75-82.
In-text: (Ocho and Green, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Ocho, O. and Green, J. (2013). Perception of Prostate Screening Services among Men in Trinidad and Tobago. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 10(3), pp.186-192.
In-text: (Oliffe and Thorne, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Oliffe, J. and Thorne, S. (2007). Men, Masculinities, and Prostate Cancer: Australian and Canadian Patient Perspectives of Communication With Male Physicians. Qualitative Health Research, 17(2), pp.149-161.
In-text: (Corboy, McDonald and McLaren, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Corboy, D., McDonald, J. and McLaren, S. (2011). Barriers to Accessing Psychosocial Support Services among Men with Cancer Living in Rural Australia: Perceptions of Men and Health Professionals. International Journal of Men's Health, 10(2), pp.163-183.
In-text: (Arrington, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Arrington, M. (2008). Prostate Cancer and the Social Construction of Masculine Sexual Identity. International Journal of Men's Health, 7(3), pp.299-306.
In-text: (Hoyt et al., 2013)
Your Bibliography: Hoyt, M., Stanton, A., Irwin, M. and Thomas, K. (2013). Cancer-related masculine threat, emotional approach coping, and physical functioning following treatment for prostate cancer. Health Psychology, 32(1), pp.66-74.
In-text: (Zanchetta et al., 2007)
Your Bibliography: Zanchetta, M., Cognet, M., Xenocostas, S., Aoki, D. and Talbot, Y. (2007). Prostate Cancer among Canadian Men: A Transcultural Representation. International Journal of Men's Health, 6(3), pp.224-258.
In-text: (Orom et al., 2015)
Your Bibliography: Orom, H., Nelson, C., Underwood, W., Homish, D. and Kapoor, D. (2015). Factors associated with emotional distress in newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients. Psycho-Oncology, 24(11), pp.1416-1422.
In-text: (Moynihan et al., 2017)
Your Bibliography: Moynihan, C., Bancroft, E., Mitra, A., Ardern-Jones, A., Castro, E., Page, E. and Eeles, R. (2017). Ambiguity in a masculine world: Being a BRCA1/2 mutation carrier and a man with prostate cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 26(11), pp.1987-1993.
In-text: (Maliski et al., 2008)
Your Bibliography: Maliski, S., Rivera, S., Connor, S., Lopez, G. and Litwin, M. (2008). Renegotiating Masculine Identity After Prostate Cancer Treatment. Qualitative Health Research, 18(12), pp.1609-1620.
In-text: (Burns and Mahalik, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Burns, S. and Mahalik, J. (2008). Treatment type and emotional control as predictors of men's self-assessed physical well-being following treatment for prostate cancer. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 9(2), pp.55-66.
In-text: (Siddons, Wootten and Costello, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Siddons, H., Wootten, A. and Costello, A. (2013). A randomised, wait-list controlled trial: evaluation of a cognitive-behavioural group intervention on psycho-sexual adjustment for men with localised prostate cancer. Psycho-Oncology, p.n/a-n/a.
In-text: (Ussher, Rose and Perz, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Ussher, J., Rose, D. and Perz, J. (2017). Mastery, Isolation, or Acceptance: Gay and Bisexual Men’s Construction of Aging in the Context of Sexual Embodiment After Prostate Cancer. The Journal of Sex Research, 54(6), pp.802-812.
In-text: (Rivas et al., 2016)
Your Bibliography: Rivas, C., Matheson, L., Nayoan, J., Glaser, A., Gavin, A., Wright, P., Wagland, R. and Watson, E. (2016). Ethnicity and the prostate cancer experience: a qualitative metasynthesis. Psycho-Oncology, 25(10), pp.1147-1156.
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