Farvid, P. & Braun, V. (in press). A critical encyclopaedia of heterosex. In K. Hall & R. Barrett (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language and Sexuality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Farvid, P. & Saing, R. (2021). “If I don’t allow him to have sex with me, our relationship will be broken”: Rape, sexual coercion, and sexual compliance within marriage in rural Cambodia, Violence Against Women. https://doi.org/10.1177/10778012211021130

Abdolmanafi, A., Farvid, P., Tilly, MA., & Dadashi. A. (2021). “Men’s Power can be Overridden by Women’s Sexual Power”: Culture, religion, and the sexual beliefs of young married women in Iran. Culture and Sexuality, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12119-021-09882-1

Farvid, P., Vance, T., Klein, S., Nikiforova, K. & Lopez, F. (2021). A systematic review of health, psychological wellbeing, and resilience among transgender and gender non-conforming people of color in the United States, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 31(6), 703-731. (part of special issue - Stonewall uprising: 50 years later—Emerging challenges for LGBTQ communities around the world).

Vance, T.A., Lodge, T., & Farvid, P. (2021). Optimal Theory case conceptualisation: An African-centred therapeutic approach with Black LGBQ clients, Psychology & Sexuality, DOI: 10.1080/19419899.2021.1946583 (part of special issue - Critical Psychology Perspectives on LGBTQ+ Mental Health: Current issues and interventions).

Sniewski, L., Krageloh, C., Farvid, P., & Carter, P. (2021). Meditation as an intervention for men with self-perceived problematic pornography Use: A Series of Single Case Studies. Current Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-020-01035-1

 

Bagheri, R., Shuib, R., Karupiah, P., Farvid, P. & Khalajabadi Farahani, F. (2020). A qualitative examination of men's participation in contraceptive use and its barriers in Tehran. Journal of Biosocial Science. 53(6), 868-886. DOI: 10.1017/S0021932020000589

Badu, E., Mpofu, C., & Farvid, P. (2020). Tuberculosis disease trends among African migrants from 2010-2014 in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Public Health. [online]

Sniewski, L., & Farvid, P. (2019). Hidden in Shame: Heterosexual Men’s Experiences of Self-Perceived Problematic Pornography Use. The Psychology of Men and Masculinity. 21(2), 201–212.

Russel, T., Krageloh, C., & Farvid, P. (2019). Chiropractors' Perspectives on the Meaning and Assessment of Quality of Life within their practise in New Zealand: An Exploratory Qualitative Study. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.

Sniewski, L., & Farvid, P. (2019). Abstinence or Acceptance? A Case Series of Men’s Experiences with an Intervention Addressing Self-Perceived Problematic Pornography Use. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 26(3-4), 191-210.

Farvid, P. & Braun, V. (2018). Gender, identity management, and the discursive positioning of “risk” in men’s and women’s talk about heterosexual casual sex. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 47(5), 1405-1421. 

Farvid, P. (2018). Gender Equality Education and Media Literacy: The Primary Prevention of Sexism. In G. Tibe Bonifacio (Ed), Global Currents in Gender and Feminisms: Canadian and International Perspectives, (pp. 107-125) Emerald Press.

Farvid, P. (2018). Sexual Stigmatization. In T. K. Shackelford and V. A. Weekes-Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. Switzerland: Springer Nature

Badu, E., Mpofu, C. & Farvid, P. (2018). Towards TB Elimination in Aotearoa/New Zealand: Key Informant Insights on the Determinants of TB among African Migrants. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease, 3(2), 44-56.

Badu, E., Mpofu, C. & Farvid, P. (2018). Is New Zealand immigration policy a barrier to TB elimination? The New Zealand Medical Association, 131(1477), 120-122.

Sniewski, L., Farvid, P., & Carter, P. (2018). The assessment and treatment of adult heterosexual men with self-perceived problematic pornography use: A review. Addictive Behaviors, 77, 217-224. 

Farvid, P. (2017). The politics of sex work in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific: Tensions, debates and future directions. Women's Studies Journal, 31(2), 27-34.

Henry, M. & Farvid, P. (2017). ‘Always hot, always live’: Computer-mediated sex work in the era of ‘camming’. Women's Studies Journal, 31(2), 113-128.

Pond, T. & Farvid, P. (2017). “I do like girls, I promise!”: Young bisexual women’s experiences of using Tinder. The Psychology of Sexualities Review, 8(2), 6-24.

Farvid, P. & Braun, V.  (2017). Unpacking the ‘Pleasures’ and ‘Pains’ of Heterosexual Casual Sex – Beyond Singular Understandings. Journal of Sex Research 54(1), 73-90. 

Farvid, P., Braun, V., & Rowney, C. (2017). ‘No girl wants to be called a slut!’: Women, heterosexual casual sex and the sexual double standard. Journal of Gender Studies, 26(5), 544-560. 

Farvid, P. & Aisher, K. (2016). “It’s Just a Lot More Casual”: Young Heterosexual Women’s Experiences of Using Tinder in New Zealand. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, 10, 1-18. 

Paterson, J., Tautolo, E-S., Iusitini, L., Taylor, S., & Farvid, P. (2016). Pacific Islands families study: Intimate partner stressors and psychological distress among pacific adults. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 31(3), 301-311.

 

Farvid, P. (2015). Heterosexuality. In M. Barker, & C. Richards (Eds.), The Psychology of Sexuality and Gender, (pp. 92-108) Houndmills: Palgrave.

Farvid, P. (2015). Cyber Intimacies. In N. Naples (Ed), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Malden MA: Wiley-Blackwell. 

Farvid, P. (2014). Heterosexual women’s (counter)narratives of desire and pleasure in casual sex. In S. McKenzie-Mohr and M. Lefrance (Eds.), Women Voicing Resistance: Discursive and Narrative Explorations (pp. 121-140). Hove: Routledge.

Farvid, P., & Braun, V. (2014). The "Sassy Woman" and the "Performing Man": Heterosexual casual sex advice and the (re)constitution of gendered subjectivities. Feminist Media Studies, 14(1), 118-134. 

Farvid, P., Glass, L. (2014). “It isn't prostitution as you normally think of it. It's survival sex”: Media representations of adult and child prostitution in New Zealand. Women’s Studies Journal, 28(1), 47-67.

Rowney, C., Farvid, P. & Sibley, C. (2014). "I laugh and say 'I have 'Earthquake Brain!'": Resident responses to the September 2010 Christchurch. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 43(2), 4-13. 

Farvid, P., & Braun, V. (2013). Casual sex as not a natural act and other regimes of truth about heterosexuality. Feminism & Psychology, 23(3), 359-378. 

Terry, G., Braun, V., & Farvid, P. (2012). Structural impediments to sexual health in New Zealand: Key informant perspectives. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 9(4), 317-326. 

Farvid, P. (2012). The historic emergence of heterosexual casual sex. In R. Scherman, C. Krageloh, & S. Nayar (Eds.), Full peer-reviewed article in Walking the Talk: AUT School of Public Health and Psychosocial Studies. Auckland: AUT University.

Farvid, P. & Rowney, C. (2012). Un/doing ‘covert’ field-work in the New Zealand Sex Industry. Walking the Talk. Auckland: AUT. 

Farvid, P. (2011). Reflections on the ‘strategic man’ in heterosexual casual sex advice. Walking the Talk. Auckland: AUT.

Farvid, P. (2010). The benefits of ambiguity: Methodological insights from researching 'heterosexual casual sex'. Feminism and Psychology, 20(2), 232-237. 

Beres, M. A. & Farvid, P. (2010). Sexual ethics and young women's accounts of heterosexual casual sex. Sexualities, 13(3), 377-393. 

Farvid, P. & Braun, V. (2006). 'Most of us guys are raring to go anytime, anyplace, anywhere': Male and female sexuality in Cleo and Cosmo. Sex Roles, 55(5-6), 295-310.