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How mental health care should change as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lancet Psychiatry. 2020; 7 (9): 813–24
C Moreno, T Wykes, S Galderisi, M Nordentoft, N Crossley, N Jones, ...
Epub 2020/07/20. https://doi. org/10.1016/S2215-0366 (20) 30307-2 PMID: 32682460, 0
1706
Mental health stigma in the Muslim community
A Ciftci, N Jones, PW Corrigan
Journal of Muslim Mental Health 7 (1), 2013
4752013
What is the impact of self-stigma? Loss of self-respect and the “why try” effect
PW Corrigan, AB Bink, A Schmidt, N Jones, N Rüsch
Journal of Mental Health 25 (1), 10-15, 2016
3672016
Experiences of hearing voices: analysis of a novel phenomenological survey
A Woods, N Jones, B Alderson-Day, F Callard, C Fernyhough
The Lancet Psychiatry 2 (4), 323-331, 2015
2652015
EAWE: examination of anomalous world experience
L Sass, E Pienkos, B Skodlar, G Stanghellini, T Fuchs, J Parnas, N Jones
Psychopathology 50 (1), 10-54, 2017
2142017
Stigma and intellectual disability: potential application of mental illness research.
N Ditchman, S Werner, K Kosyluk, N Jones, B Elg, PW Corrigan
Rehabilitation psychology 58 (2), 206, 2013
1782013
Better than mermaids and stray dogs? Subtyping auditory verbal hallucinations and its implications for research and practice
S McCarthy-Jones, N Thomas, C Strauss, G Dodgson, N Jones, A Woods, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 40 (Suppl_4), S275-S284, 2014
1402014
Understanding stigma.
N Jones, PW Corrigan
American Psychological Association, 2014
1142014
Beyond trauma: A multiple pathways approach to auditory hallucinations in clinical and nonclinical populations
TM Luhrmann, B Alderson-Day, V Bell, JJ Bless, P Corlett, K Hugdahl, ...
Schizophrenia Bulletin 45 (Supplement_1), S24-S31, 2019
1102019
Interdisciplinary approaches to the phenomenology of auditory verbal hallucinations
A Woods, N Jones, M Bernini, F Callard, B Alderson-Day, JC Badcock, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 40 (Suppl_4), S246-S254, 2014
952014
The absence of psychiatric C/S/X perspectives in academic discourse: Consequences and implications
N Jones, R Brown
Disability Studies Quarterly 33 (1), 2013
892013
Lived experience, research leadership, and the transformation of mental health services: building a researcher pipeline
N Jones, K Atterbury, L Byrne, M Carras, M Brown, P Phalen
Psychiatric Services 72 (5), 591-593, 2021
732021
How stigma affects the lives of people with intellectual disabilities: An overview
N Ditchman, K Kosyluk, EJ Lee, N Jones
Intellectual disability and stigma: Stepping out from the margins, 31-47, 2016
732016
Mad pride: Reflections on sociopolitical identity and mental diversity in the context of culturally competent psychiatric care
S Schrader, N Jones, M Shattell
Issues in mental health nursing 34 (1), 62-64, 2013
732013
Peer support, self-determination, and treatment engagement: A qualitative investigation.
N Jones, PW Corrigan, D James, J Parker, N Larson
Psychiatric rehabilitation journal 36 (3), 209, 2013
652013
Beyond the sensory: findings from an in-depth analysis of the phenomenology of “auditory hallucinations” in schizophrenia
N Jones, TM Luhrmann
Psychosis 8 (3), 191-202, 2016
582016
Unsettling disciplines: Madness, identity, research, knowledge
J Kalathil, N Jones
Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 23 (3), 183-188, 2016
562016
Developing internet interventions to target the individual impact of stigma in health conditions
N Thomas, B McLeod, N Jones, JA Abbott
Internet interventions 2 (3), 351-358, 2015
542015
Investigating the impact of involuntary psychiatric hospitalization on youth and young adult trust and help-seeking in pathways to care
N Jones, BK Gius, M Shields, S Collings, C Rosen, M Munson
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology, 1-11, 2021
532021
Inconvenient complications: On the heterogeneities of madness and their relationship to disability
N Jones, T Kelly
Madness, distress and the politics of disablement, 43-56, 2015
502015
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