Publications & Research: Publication Areas
Cash, T.F. (2010). Attitudes and practices of
dermatologists and primary care physicians who treat
patients for MPHL: Results of a survey. Current Medical Research and
Opinion, 26, 345-354.
Cash, T.F. (2009). Attitudes, behaviors, and expectations
of men seeking medical treatment for male pattern hair
loss. Current Medical
Research and Opinion, 25, 1811-1820.
Cash, T.F. (2001). The psychology of hair loss and its
implications for patient care. Clinics in Dermatology,
Budd, D., Himmelberger, D., Rhodes, T., Cash, T.F., &
Girman, C.J. (2000). The effects of hair loss in European
men: A survey in four countries. European
Journal of Dermatology, 2000, 10, 122-127.
Cash, T.F. (1999). The psychosocial consequences of
androgenetic alopecia: A review of the research
literature. British Journal of Dermatology,
Cash, T.F., & Pruzinsky, T. (1996). The psychosocial
effects of androgenic alopecia and their implications for
patient care. In D.B. Stough & R.S. Haber (Eds.), Hair
Replacement: Surgical and Medical (pp. 1-8). St.
Cash, T.F., Price, V., & Savin, R. (1993). The
psychosocial effects of androgenetic alopecia on women:
Comparisons with balding men and female control subjects.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 29,
Cash, T.F. (1992). Psychological effects of androgenetic
alopecia among men. Journal of the American Academy of
Dermatology, 26, 926-931.
Cash, T.F. (1990). Losing hair, losing points?: The
effects of male pattern baldness on social impression
formation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology,
Cash, T.F. (1989). Introduction. In N. Shear (Ed.), Facts
about Healthy Hair. Toronto: Grosvenor House Press.
Cash, T.F. (1989). The psychosocial effects of male
pattern balding. Patient Care, 1 (1), 18-23.
Cash, T.F. (1988). The psychosocial effects of male
pattern balding: Does losing it mean "losing it"? Hair
Loss Journal, 4 (2), 3-4. (Synopsis of this research
appeared in Psychology Today, 8/88).