Academic Publications:

Farvid, P & Braun, V. (2017) A Critical Encyclopedia of Heterosex. The Oxford Handbook of Language and Sexuality. Oxford University Press

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.

Glucina, T., Krageloh, C., Farvid, P. & Holt, K. (2020). Moving Towards a Contemporary Chiropractic Professional Identity, Social Science & Medicine.

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

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

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,.

Sniewski, L., Krageloh, C., Farvid, P., & Carter, P. (2017). Meditation as an intervention for men with Self-perceived Problematic Pornography Use: A Series of Single Case Studies.

Farvid, P. (2018). Gender Equality Education and Media Literacy: The Primary Prevention of Sexism. Global Currents in Gender and Feminism: Canadian and International Perspectives.

Farvid, P. (2018). Sexual Stigmatization. Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. 

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 Behaviour.

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

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.

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

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

Pond, T. & Farvid, P. (2017). ‘I do like girls, I promise’: Young bisexual women’s experiences of using Tinder. The Psychology of Sexualities Review. 

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

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.

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.

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

Farvid, P. (2015). Heterosexuality. The Psychology of Sexuality and Gender. Houndmills: Palgrave.

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

Farvid, P.  (2014). ‘Oh it was Good Sex!’ Heterosexual women’s (counter)narratives of desire and pleasure in casual sex. Women Voicing Resistance: Discursive and Narrative Explorations.

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.

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. 

Farvid, P., Landon, J., & Krageloh, C (2014). Psychology. Evidence Based Health Practice. Oxford University Press.

Rowney, C., Farvid, P. & Sibley, C. (2014). ”I laugh and say I have ‘Earthquake Brain!”’: Resident responses to the September 2010 Christchurch Earthquakes. New Zealand Journal of Psychology.

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

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

Farvid, P. (2012). The historic emergence of heterosexual casual sex. 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.

Beres, M. A. & Farvid, P. (2010). Sexual ethics and young women’s accounts of heterosexual casual sex. Sexualities. 

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.


Media Writing/Opinion Pieces:

Farvid, P. (2019) ‘ Rough Sex Defense’ Opinion Piece.

Farvid, P. (2018). The psychology of modern racism. NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2018). Sick of not having a voice and not being heard? #MeToo. NZ Herald.  

Farvid, P. (2018). Sex Traffickers Are More Often Intimate Partners Than International Slave Traders, Vice. 

Farvid, P. (2018). The secrets to a happier relationship. NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2018). Why the perfect partner doesn’t exist. NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2018). Why love won’t keep you together. NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Sick of swiping to find ‘the one’? NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Is coupledom all it’s cracked up to be? NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Married at First Sight contestants not feeling the love. NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Not always fair in love and war.  NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Fight right and you’ll have a happy marriage.  NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Sexuality – so many ways to go. NZ Herald.

Farvid, P. (2017). Passion no guarantee for finding lasting love.  NZ Herald.