'It's bit of an eye opener' - A qualitative study of women's attitudes towards tanning, sun protection and a facial morphing intervention.

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OBJECTIVE Skin cancer is to a large degree behaviourally preventable, meaning that evidence-based interventions have scope to make a difference. Previous research indicates that appearance-based interventions such as facial morphing may be more effective than health-based interventions, and that it can personalise the issue of skin cancer. METHOD This… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2017.1357815

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@article{Persson2017ItsBO, title={'It's bit of an eye opener' - A qualitative study of women's attitudes towards tanning, sun protection and a facial morphing intervention.}, author={Sofia Persson and Sarah M Grogan and Katie Dhingra and Yael Benn}, journal={Psychology & health}, year={2017}, pages={1-17} }