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MacCallum, Fiona and Widdows, Heather. (2016) Altered images : understanding the influence of unrealistic images and beauty aspirations. Health Care Analysis . ISSN 1065-3058 (In Press)
Boddy, Rebecca, Gordon, Carolyn, MacCalllum, Fiona and McGuiness, Mary. (2016) Men’s experiences of having a partner who requires Mother and Baby Unit admission for first episode postpartum psychosis. Journal of Advanced Nursing . ISSN 0309-2402 (In Press)
Eyden, Julie, Winsper, Catherine, Wolke, Dieter, Broome, Matthew R. and MacCallum, Fiona. (2016) A systematic review of the parenting and outcomes experienced by offspring of mothers with borderline personality pathology : potential mechanisms and clinical implications. Clinical Psychology Review . ISSN 0272-7358 (In Press)
Dornelles, Lia Mara, MacCallum, Fiona, Lopes, Rita, Piccinini, Cesar Augusto and Passos , Eduardo . (2015) The experience of pregnancy resulting from ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) treatment : a qualitative Brazilian study. Women and Birth . ISSN 1871-5192 (In Press)
Peckett, Helen, MacCallum, Fiona and Knibbs, Jackie. (2015) Maternal experience of Lego Therapy in families with children with autism spectrum conditions : what is the impact on family relationships? Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice . ISSN 1362-3613 (In Press)
Dornelles, Lia Mara, MacCallum, Fiona, Lopes, Rita, Piccinini, Cesar Augusto and Passos, Eduardo. (2014) “Living each week as unique” : maternal fears in Assisted Reproductive Technology pregnancies. Midwifery, 30 (3). e115-e120. ISSN 0266-6138
Simkiss, Douglas E., MacCallum, Fiona, Fan, Emma E. Y., Oates, Joanne, Kimani, Peter K. and Stewart-Brown, Sarah L.. (2013) Validation of the mothers object relations scales in 2–4 year old children and comparison with the child–parent relationship scale. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, Volume 11 (Number 1). Article no. 49. ISSN 1477-7525
MacCallum, Fiona and Widdows, Heather (2012) Ethical issues in embryo donation. In: Appleby, John B., 1984- and Pennings, Guido and Richards, Martin, 1940 January 26-, (eds.) Reproductive donation : practice, policy and bioethics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 270-288. ISBN 9780521189934
MacCallum, Fiona and Keeley, Sarah. (2012) Disclosure patterns of embryo donation mothers compared with adoption and IVF. Reproductive Biomedicine Online, 24 (7). pp. 745-748. ISSN 1472-6483
MacCallum, Fiona (2011) Review of Understanding peer influence in children and adolescents, by Prinstein, M. J. and Dodge, K. A., eds. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Vol.16 (No.3). pp. 174-175. ISSN 1475357X
MacCallum, Fiona and Keeley, Sarah. (2008) Embryo donation families : a follow-up in middle childhood. Journal of Family Psychology , Vol.22 (No.6). pp. 799-808. ISSN 0893-3200
MacCallum, Fiona. (2008) Embryo donation parents' attitudes towards donors : comparison with adoption. Human Reproduction, Vol.24 (No.3). pp. 517-523. ISSN 0268-1161
MacCallum, Fiona and Golombok, Susan. (2007) Embryo donation families : mothers' decisions regarding disclosure of donor conception. Human Reproduction, Vol.22 (No.11). pp. 2888-2895. ISSN 0268-1161
MacCallum, Fiona and Keeley, Sarah (2007) Embryo donation families: a follow-up in middle childhood. In: 23rd Annual Meeting of the European-Society-of-Human-Reproduction-and-Embryology, Lyon, France, July 01-04, 2007. Published in: Human Reproduction, Vol.22 (Suppl.1). I87-I87.
MacCallum, Fiona, Golombok, Susan and Brinsden, Peter. (2007) Parenting and child development in families with a child conceived through embryo donation. Journal of Family Psychology, Vol.21 (No.2). pp. 278-287. ISSN 0893-3200
Golombok, S., Murray, C., Jadva, V., Lycett, E., MacCallum, Fiona and Rust, J.. (2006) Non-genetic and non-gestational parenthood: consequences for parent-child relationships and the psychological well-being of mothers, fathers and children at age 3. HUMAN REPRODUCTION, 21 (7). pp. 1918-1924. ISSN 0268-1161
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