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Selected Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
Jachyra, P, Gibson BE. Boys, transitions, and physical (in)activity: Exploring the socio-behavioural mediators of participation. Physiotherapy Canada. 2016 Jan;6(68):81-89
Abrams, T.; Gibson BE. Putting Gino’s Lesson to Work: Actor-Network Theory, Enacted Humanity, and Rehabilitation. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 2016, Early online.
Phelan S, Gibson BE, Wright V. What is it like to walk with the help of a robot? Children’s perspectives on robotic gait training technology. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2015 Nov;37(24):2272-2281
Hamdani Y, Mistry B, Gibson BE. Transitioning to Adulthood with a Progressive Condition: Best Practice Assumptions and Individual Experiences of Young Men with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Disability and Rehabilitation (OPEN ACCESS). 2015 May;37(13):1144-1151
Jachyra P, Atkinson M, Gibson BE. Gender performativity during interviews with adolescent boys. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. 2014 Aug;6(4):568-582.
LeRoy K, Boyd K, De Asis K, Lee RW, Martin R, Teachman G, Gibson BE. Balancing hope and realism in family-centred care: Physical therapists’ dilemmas in negotiating walking goals with parents of children with cerebral palsy. Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics. 2014 Jun. Early Online.
Gibson BE, King G, Kingsnorth S, McKeever P. The ‘placement’ of people with profound impairments across the lifespan: re-thinking age criteria. BMC Medicine. 2014 May 21;12:83. OPEN ACCESS
Gibson BE. Parallels and problems of normalization in rehabilitation and universal design: enabling connectivities. Disability and Rehabilitation. Special Issue: Designing Inclusive Environments: Shaping Transitions from Theory into Practice. 2014 Mar;36(16):1328-33. OPEN ACCESS
Phelan S, Wright V, Gibson BE. Representations of Disability and Normality in Rehabilitation Technology Promotional Materials. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2014 Nov;36(24):2072-2079
Teachman G, Gibson BE. Communicative Competence’ in the field of Augmentative and Alternative Communication; a review and critique. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders. 2014 Jan;49(1):1-14.
Teachman, G, Mistry, B, Gibson, BE. Doing qualitative research with people who have communication impairments. SAGE Research Methods Cases. 2014 Jan. Electronic Resource. Available from: http://srmo.sagepub.com/view/methods-case-studies-2013/n208.xml
Gibson BE, Mistry B, Smith B, Yoshida KK, Abbott D, Lindsay S, and Hamdani Y. Becoming men: Gender, disability, and transitioning to adulthood. Health. 2014 Jan;18(1):93-112.
2013 & earlier
Teachman, G, & Gibson, B E. Innovative Methods for Single Qualitative Interviews with Disabled Children and Youth. Qualitative Health Research. 2013 Feb;23(2):264 - 274.
Gibson B E, Mistry, B, Smith, B, Yoshida, K K, Abbott, D, Lindsay, S, & Hamdani, Y. Integration of Audio Diaries, Photography and Interviews in Research with Disabled Young Men. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 2013;12:382-402. Published online. Available from: https://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/IJQM/article/view/16595. OPEN ACCESS
Gibson, B E, Carnevale, F A, & King, G. “This is My Way”: Reimagining Disability, Independence, and Interconnectedness of Persons and Assistive Technologies. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2012 Nov;34(22):1894-1899.
Gibson, B E, & Teachman, G. Critical Approaches in Physical Therapy Research: Investigating the Symbolic Value of Walking. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2012;28(6):474-484. Principal Author.
Nicholls, D A, & Gibson, B E. The Body and Physiotherapy. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2010;26(8):497-509.
Gibson, B E, Young, N L, Upshur, R E G, & McKeever, P. Men on the Margin: A Bourdieusian Examination of Living into Adulthood with Muscular Dystrophy. Social Science and Medicine. 2007;65:505-517. Principal Author.
Gibson, B E. Disability, Connectivity and Transgressing the Autonomous Body. Journal of Medical Humanities. 2006;27:187-196. Principal Author.