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DSUR2122
Module Reading List

Social Sciences Related to Dentistry, 2021/22, Semester 1, 2
Stella Kwan
s.kwan@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

REFERENCE TEXTS / RESOURCES

Essential reading

Alder B, Porter M, Abraham C, vanTeijlingen E. (2004). Psychology and Sociology Applied to Medicine. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.

Freeman R. (2000). The Psychology of Dental Patient Care: a Common Sense Approach. London:
British Dental Association.
 
   

Humphris, G. M., Morrison, T., & Lindsay, S. J. (1995). The Modified Dental Anxiety Scale:
validation and United Kingdom norms. Community Dental Health 12(3), 43-50.
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 07/04/2021) 

Kay EJ, Tinsley S. (2004). Communication and the Dental Team. London: Stephen Hancocks
Limited.
 
   

Simons D, Potter C, Temple G. (2007). Hypnosis and Communication in Dental Practice. New
Malden: Quintessence Publishing.

Guyatt GH, Sackett DL, and Cook DJ, (1993). Users’ guides to the medical literature. II. How to use
an article about therapy or prevention. Are the results of the study valid? Evidence-Based Medicine
Working Group. The Journal of the American Medical Association 270 (21), 2598-2601.

Guyatt GH, Sackett DL, Cook DJ. (1994). Users' guides to the medical literature. II.
How to use an article about therapy or prevention. B. What were the results and will they help me in
caring for my patients? Evidence-Based Medicine Working Group. The Journal of the American Medical Association 271(1), 59-63.

Richards D. (2009). Critically appraising randomised trials. Evidence based dentistry 10(3), 88-90.

Nettleton, S (2013). The Sociology of Health and Illness. 3rd Edition. Cambridge: Polity Press.
 
   

Scambler, G. (2003). Sociology as applied to medicine. Edinburgh: Saunders. Chapter 13. Deviance, Sick Role and Stigma, is essential. The remainder of the book is useful background
 
  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (HT 07/04/2021) 

Ayers, S and de Visser, R. (2011). Psychology for Medicine London: Sage.

Moncrieff J, Kirsch I. (2005). Efficacy of antidepressants in adults. British Medical Journal 331,155-
57.
http://www.nice.org.uk/nicemedia/pdf/CG%2090%20QRG%20LR%20FINAL.pdf
 

Other useful reading

Bradby H. (2012). Medicine, Health and Society. London: Sage.

Davey GCL. (1989). Dental phobias and anxieties: evidence for conditioning processes in the
acquisition and modulation of a learned fear. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 27(1), 51-58.

de Jong A, Muris P, ter Horst G, Duyx MPMA. (1995). Aquisition and maintenance of dental
anxiety: the role of conditioning experiences and cognitive factors. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 33(2), 205-10.

De Jongh A, Muris P, ter Horst G, Van Zuuren FJ, De Wit CA. (1994). Cognitive correlates of dental
anxiety. Journal of Dental Research.73(2), 561-66.

De Jong, A & Meyerink-Anderson, M. (2005). Dental phobia: An overview of cognitive behavioural
theory, models and treatment. In Gower P. (ed). New Research on the Psychology of Fear. New
York: Nova Science Publishers.

Freeman R. (1998). A psychodynamic theory for dental phobia. British Dental Journal. 184(4),170-
72.

Freeman R. 1999A psychodynamic understanding of the dentist-patient interaction. British Dental Journal.186(10), 503-6.

Graham H. (2009). Understanding Health Inequalities. 2nd edition. McGraw-Hill: OUP.
Kent G. Memory of dental pain. Pain. 1985; 21(2):187-94.

Kwan S and Petersen PE. (2010). Oral health: equity and social determinants. In Blas E and
Sivasankara Kurup A. (eds) Equity, Social determinants and Public Health Programmes. Geneva:
World Health Organization. 
   

This list was last updated on 01/04/2021