”Does my bump look big in this?” the meaning of bodily changes for first-time mothers-to-be.
Journal of Health Psychology has an ISI impact factor of 1.228 with a cited half-life of 5.6. The article has been cited by several journal articles - primarily within the United Kingdom. For example British Journal of Midwifery (York et al. 2005), Psychology and Health (Brocki & Wearden, 2006) and Journal of Health Psychology (Glesson & Frith, 2006). In addition, it was cited in a recent article in the American journal Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care (Chang et al., 2006).
Citation : Williamson, I.R., Burrows, A. and Johnson, S. (2004) ”Does my bump look big in this?” the meaning of bodily changes for first-time mothers-to-be. Journal of Health Psychology, 9 (3), pp. 361-374.
ISSN : 1359-1053
Research Group : Psychology
Research Institute : Institute for Psychological Science