Craig Murray
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The meaning and experience of being a stroke survivor: an interpretative phenomenological analysis
CD Murray, B Harrison
Disability and rehabilitation 26 (13), 808-816, 2004
2672004
An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the embodiment of artificial limbs
CD Murray
Disability and rehabilitation 26 (16), 963-973, 2004
2492004
Body image and prosthesis satisfaction in the lower limb amputee
CD Murray, J Fox
Disability and rehabilitation 24 (17), 925-931, 2002
2082002
Ethical issues in the documentary data analysis of Internet posts and archives
J Sixsmith, CD Murray
Qualitative health research 11 (3), 423-432, 2001
1902001
E-mail: a qualitative research medium for interviewing?
CD Murray, J Sixsmith
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 1 (2), 103-121, 1998
1901998
The treatment of phantom limb pain using immersive virtual reality: three case studies
CD Murray, S Pettifer, T Howard, EL Patchick, F Caillette, J Kulkarni, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 29 (18), 1465-1469, 2007
1882007
Vicarious posttraumatic growth among interpreters
KA Splevins, K Cohen, S Joseph, C Murray, J Bowley
Qualitative Health Research 20, 1705-1716, 2010
1822010
Conducting research using web-based questionnaires: Practical, methodological, and ethical considerations
J Fox, C Murray, A Warm
International journal of social research methodology 6 (2), 167-180, 2003
1752003
The social meanings of prosthesis use
CD Murray
Journal of health psychology 10 (3), 425-441, 2005
1452005
The corporeal body in virtual reality
CD Murray, J Sixsmith
Ethos 27 (3), 315-343, 1999
1321999
Absorption, dissociation, locus of control and presence in virtual reality
CD Murray, J Fox, S Pettifer
Computers in Human Behavior 23 (3), 1347-1354, 2007
1302007
Reconsidering the term ‘carer’: a critique of the universal adoption of the term ‘carer’
V Molyneaux, S Butchard, J Simpson, C Murray
Ageing & society 31 (3), 422-437, 2011
1202011
Researching community, work and family with an interpreter
CD Murray, J Wynne
Community, Work & Family 4 (2), 157-171, 2001
1192001
Being like everybody else: the personal meanings of being a prosthesis user
CD Murray
Disability and Rehabilitation 31 (7), 573-581, 2009
1182009
The co-construction of couplehood in dementia.
V Molyneaux, S Butchard, J Simpson, C Murray
Dementia 11 (4), 483-502, 2012
1142012
Do Internet self-harm discussion groups alleviate or exacerbate self-harming behavior?
CD Murray, J Fox
Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health 5 (3), 225-233, 2006
1122006
Couples' shared experiences of dementia: a meta-synthesis of the impact upon relationships and couplehood
O Wadham, J Simpson, J Rust, C Murray
Aging & mental health 20 (5), 463-473, 2016
1082016
Why do people self-harm?
A Warm, C Murray, J Fox
Psychology, health & medicine 8 (1), 72-79, 2003
1082003
Who helps? Supporting people who self-harm
A Warm, C Murray, J Fox
Journal of Mental Health 11 (2), 121-130, 2002
1052002
The experiences of intimate relationships by people with intellectual disabilities: A qualitative study
E Rushbrooke, C Murray, S Townsend
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 27 (6), 531-541, 2014
1012014
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