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Jessica Motherwell McFarlane, Tannis MacBeth Williams (1995). The enigma of premenstrual syndrome. Canadian Psychology/Psychologie Canadienne 31 (2), 95 (read abstract here.)

Jessica Motherwell McFarlane, Tannis MacBeth Williams (1994). Placing Premenstrual Syndrome in perspective.Psychology of Women Quarterly, Volume 18, Issue 3, pages 339–373, September. (read abstract here) (Article first published online: 28 JUL 2006)

Jessica McFarlane*, Carol Lynn Martin, Tannis MacBeth Williams (1988) Mood Fluctuations: Women Versus Men and Menstrual Versus Other CyclesPsychology of Women Quarterly, Volume 12, Issue 2, pages 201–223, June. (read abstract here) (Article first published online: 28 JUL 2006)


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