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|2010||'Colour and communion': Exploring the influences of visual art-making as a leisure activity on older women's subjective well-being||Reynolds, F|
|2012||'Otherwise it would be nothing but cruises': Exploring the subjective benefits of working beyond 65||Reynolds, FA; Farrow, A; Blank, A|
|2014||‘It’s like having a day of freedom, a day off from being ill’: Exploring the experiences of people living with mental health problems who attend a community-based arts project, using interpretative phenomenological analysis||Lawson, J; Reynolds, F; Bryant, W; Wilson, L|
|2014||“It gave me something big in my life to wonder and think about which took over the space … and not MS”: Managing well-being in multiple sclerosis through art-making||Hunt, L; Nikopoulou-Smyrni, P; Reynolds, F|
|2007||Turning to art as a positive way of living with cancer: A qualitative study of personal motives and contextual influences||Reynolds, F; Lim, KH|