Narrative health psychology: once more unto the breach. Introduction.

Abstract:

:In this editorial, we position narrative health psychology as a variety of narrative psychology, a form of qualitative research in health psychology, and a psychological perspective that falls under the interdisciplinary term narrative health research. The aim of this positioning is to explore what are the most important features of the proposed approach and how they are relevant. We illustrate each positioning with the scope and diversity of narrative health psychology brought together in this special issue. Finally, we reflect on where narrative health psychology is now and how it could develop in the future.

journal_name

J Health Psychol

authors

Sools AM,Murray M,Westerhof GJ

doi

10.1177/1359105314566616

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-03-01 00:00:00

pages

239-45

issue

3

eissn

1359-1053

issn

1461-7277

pii

20/3/239

journal_volume

20

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