A list of my Publications
Latest book/book chapters:
Mothering during a pandemic, Demeter press, coming out 03/2021
When a Mother’s Love Is Not Enough: A Cross-Cultural Critical Review of Anxiety, Attachment, Maternal Ambivalence, Abandonment, and Infanticide, in International Handbook of Love, Transcultural and Transdisciplinary Perspectives, Editors: Mayer, Claude-Helene, Vanderheiden, Elisabeth (Eds.), Springer, coming out 04/2021
The Unspeakables: Maternal Ambivalence, Demeter Press, Maternal Tug, out 2020
- Staneva, A. Parenting during a pandemic: Exploring the experiences of mothers and peer support workers of perinatal mental health, Peach Tree Perinatal Wellness, 2020
- Stoyanov, S., Zeleko, O., Staneva, A. Using co-design and qualitative research to develop Niggle: a new app supporting young people on their dynamic journey to wellbeing (Preprint) 2020
- Staneva, A (2019). Review of the literature: Peer-Support Workforce in the Perinatal Mental and Infant Health Space, Peach Tree Perinatal Wellness.
- Beesley, V, Staneva, A. Nehill, C., Milch, V., Highes, F., & Webb, P. (2020). Supporting patients and carers affected by pancreatic cancer: a feasibility study of a Counselling Intervention. European Journal og Oncology Nursing.
- Beesley, V, Staneva, A. Nehill, C., Milch, V., Highes, F., & Webb, P. (2019). Patterns of, and barriers to supportive care needs assessment and provision for Australian women with gynecological cancer and their caregivers: a mixed method study of clinical practice. Palliative and Supportive Care.
- Staneva, A., Gibson, A., Webb, P., & Beesley, V. (2018). The imperative for a triumph-over-tragedy story in women’s accounts of undergoing chemotherapy for ovarian cancer” Qualitative Health Research. 1049732318778261.
- Staneva, A., Beesley, V; Gibson, A., Rowlands, I. & Webb, P. (2018) “I wasn’t gonna let it stop me: Exploring women’s experiences of getting through chemotherapy for ovarian cancer” Cancer Nursing
- Staneva, A. & Wigginton, B. (2017) The happiness imperative: Exploring how women narrate depression during pregnancy Feminism & Psychology org/10.1177/0959353517735673
- Staneva, A., Bogossian, F., Morawska, A., & Wittkowski, A. (2017) “I feel like I am broken. I am the worst pregnant woman ever”: A qualitative exploration of the ‘at odds’ experience of women’s antenatal distress. Health Care for Women International 38(6), 658-686. doi.org/10.1080/07399332.2017.1297448
- Staneva, A., Morawska, A., Bogossian, F., & Wittkowski, A. (2016) Maternal psychological distress during pregnancy does not increase the risk for adverse birth outcomes Women & Health 1-22. org/10.1080/03630242.2017.1282395
- Johnson, D., Deterding, S, Kuhn, K., Staneva, A., Stoyanov,S., & Hides, L. (2016) Gamification for Health and Well-being: A Systematic Review of the Literature. Internet Interventions 6, 89-106. doi:1016/j.invent.2016.10.002
- Price M., Hides, L., Cockshaw, W., Staneva, A. & Stoyanov, S. (2016). Young Love: Romantic Concerns and Associated Mental Health Issues among Adolescent Help-Seekers. Behavioural Sciences. 6(2), 9. doi:10.3390/bs6020009
- Staneva, A., Bogossian, F., Pritchard, M., & Wittkowski, A. (2015). The effects of maternal depression, anxiety, and perceived stress on preterm birth: A systematic review. Women and Birth, 28(3):179-193. doi:10.1016/j.wombi.2015.02.003
- Staneva, A, Bogossian, F., & Wittkowski, A. (2015). The experience of psychological distress, depression, and anxiety during pregnancy: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research. Midwifery 31(6):563-73. doi:10.1016/j.midw.2015.03.015
- Staneva, A , Morawska, A., Bogossian, F., & Wittkowski, A. (2015). Pregnancy-specific distress: The role of maternal sense of coherence and antenatal mothering orientations. Journal of Mental Health Online first: 1-8
- Staneva, A., Bogossian, F., Pritchard, M., & Wittkowski, A & Austin, M. (2013) Happy mothers for happy babies: The evidence for antenatal psychosocial interventions to prevent preterm birth. Women and Birth 26(1):38.
- Staneva, A. (2013). The important connection: Psychological wellbeing in pregnancy and birth outcomes. Australian Nursing Journal, 21(2):40.
- Staneva, A. & Wittkowski, A. (2013). Exploring beliefs and expectations about motherhood in Bulgarian mothers: A qualitative study. Midwifery 8(3):260-267. doi:1016/j.midw.2012.01.008
- Beesley, V, Staneva, A., ….& Webb, P. (under review) Patterns of, and barriers to supportive care needs assessment and provision for Australian women with gynaecological cancer and their caregivers: a mixed methods study of clinical practice. International Journal of Gynaecological Cancer
- Staneva, A & Wittkowski, A. (under review). Beliefs during pregnancy: the factor structure and psychometric properties of the Pregnancy Related Beliefs Questionnaire
Book chapters & Book reviews:
- Staneva, A. (in press) Good mothers: Bad mothers. Exploring maternal ambivalence during pregnancy (in preparation) book chapter in Maternal Ambivalence Cassidy, T. Demeter Press, York: Canada
- Staneva, A. (2016).The theoretical is personal; so is gender (book review). Individualizing Gender and Sexuality: Theory and Practice by Chodorow, NJ. The Psychotherapy and Counselling Journal of Australia
- Staneva, A. (2013). Childbirth in a Technocratic Age: A Documentation of Women’s Expectations and Experiences by Elizabeth Soliday (book review). Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. 1(3):79
- Wittkowski, A & Staneva, A. (2012) “Teenage Pregnancy: Psychosocial Long Term Outcomes and Parenting” for “Younger Mothers-Older Mothers: Maternal Age and Maternity Care” Eds. Tracey Mills, Debbie Smith, and Tina Lavender.
- Wittkowski, A & Staneva, AS. (2012) “Advanced Maternal Age: the Long Term Impact” for “Younger Mothers-Older Mothers: Maternal Age and Maternity Care” Eds. Tracey Mills, Debbie Smith, and Tina Lavender.
- Staneva, A., Stoyanov, S., Cheers, J., …& Zelenko, O. (in prep.) Young people’s understanding of their journey towards wellbeing. Journal of Adolescence Research
- Staneva, A., Stoyanov, S., Cheers, J., …& Zelenko, O. (in prep.) Conceptualizing wellbeing and lack of wellbeing in young Australians using visual methodology and free associations. International Journal of Wellbeing