1. Lavie, M. & Willig, C., 2005, 'I don't feel like melting butter': An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experience of 'inorgasmia', Psychology and Health, 20 (1), 115-128.
2. Lavie-Ajayi, M., 2005, 'Because all real women do': the construction and deconstruction of 'Female orgasmic disorder', Sexualities, Evolution and Gender, 7 (1), 57-72.
3. Lavie-Ajayi, M., Holmes, D. & Jones, C., 2007, 'We thought we 'knew', so we 'did': A voluntary organization's beginnings in Participative Action Research, Action Research, 5 (4), 407-429.
4. Lavie-Ajayi, M. & Joffe, H., 2009, Social representations of female orgasm: the relationship between medical science, the media and women's experiences, Journal of Health Psychology, 14 (1), 98-107.
5. Krumer-Nevo, M. & Lavie-Ajayi, M. , 2009, לעשות משהו בקשר לזה 'To do something about it': Research and policy, Bitachon Sociali (Social Security), 81, 75-106.
6. Lavie-Ajayi M., Almog N. & Krumer-Nevo, M, 2012, Chronic pain as a narratological distress: A phenomenological study, Chronic Illness, 8 (3): 192 - 200.
7. Lavie-Ajayi, M. & Krumer-Nevo M, 2013, In a different mindset: critical, accessible youth work with marginalized youth, Children and Youth Services Review 35(10): 1698–1704.
8. Lavie–Ajayi, M., 2014, “I didn't know I was isolated until I wasn't isolated any more": the use of groups in qualitative psychology research, Qualitative Inquiry 20(2): 175-182.
9. Avisar, A. & Lavie-Ajayi, M., 2014, The burden of treatment: listening to stories of adolescents with ADHD about stimulant medication use, Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, 16(1): 37-50.
10. Ziebland , S., Lavie-Ajayi, M. &, Lucius-Hoene, G., 2015, The role of the internet for people with chronic pain: examples from the DIPEx International project, British Journal of Pain, 9(1), 62-64.
11. Krumer-Nevo, M., Elfassi, Y., Sagy, S. & Lavie-Ajayi, M. (2016), Neither seeing nor seen: The complex relationship between youth involved in the drug trade and social services in their community, YOUNG 24(1), 36-52.
12. Lavie-Ajayi, M. & Nakash, O. (accepted), A critical discourse analysis of a mental health intake: implications to health disparities, Qualitative Social Work.
13. Lavie-Ajayi, M.PI & Slonim-Nevo, V.PI (accepted), "A Qualitative Study of Resilience among Asylum Seekers from Darfur in Israel". Qualitative Social Work
14 Saar-Heiman, Y., Lavie-Ajayi, M. & Krumer-Nevo M., (accepted) "Poverty-Aware Social Work Practice: Service Users' Perspectives". Child & Family Social Work
15 Saar-Heiman, Y., Krumer-Nevo M. & Lavie-Ajayi, M. (accepted) התערבות בהקשר החיים הממשי: מסגרת פעולה וחשיבה אודות המרחב הטיפולי בעבודה סוציאלית מודעת-עוני "Intervention in a Real-life Context: Therapeutic Space in Poverty-Aware Social Work" Hevra ver Revacha (Society and Welfare).
16. Lavie-Ajayi, M.PI (accepted), "It will continue to embarrass me on some level, and I think that's OK": Conceptualizing embarrassment in discussions about sex between social workers and service users". British Journal of Social Work
17 Slonim-Nevo, V.PI & Lavie-Ajayi, M.PI (accepted) Refugees and asylum seekers from Darfur: The escape and life in Israel. International Social Work