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Bessell, A., Harcourt, D. and Moss, T. (2006) The importance of psychosocial interventions for visible differences. In: UWE Psychology Postgraduate Conference, Bristol, UK, 2006.

Bessell, A. and Moss, T. (2006) Psychosocial interventions for visible differences: A systematic review. In: Appearance Matters 2, Bath, UK, 2006.

Brown, B., McKenna, S., Siddhi, K. and Moss, T. (2006) Physical and psychosocial assessment of skin scars. In: British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, U.K., 2006.


Jackson, S., Harrad, R. A., Morris, M. and Rumsey, N. (2006) The psychosocial benefits of corrective surgery for adults with strabismus. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 90 (7). pp. 883-888. ISSN 0007-1161


Moss, T. and Harris, D. L. (2006) A prospective controlled outcome study of psychological change following plastic surgery. In: Appearance Matters 2, Bath, UK, 2006.

Mouradian, W. E., Edwards, T. C., Topolski, T. D., Rumsey, N. and Patrick, D. L. (2006) Are we helping children? Outcome assessments in craniofacial care. In: Parens, E., ed. (2006) Surgically Shaping Children: Technology, Ethics and the Pursuit of Normality. Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins University Press, pp. 141-156. ISBN 978-0801883057


Rosser, B. and Moss, T. (2006) Cognitive biases in appearance-related information processing and adjustment to appearance: The role of the self-schema. In: Appearance Matters 2, Bath, UK, 2006.

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