Scholarly papers and presentations by staff in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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Documents from 2012

Do prostate cancer patients suffer more from depressed mood or anhedonia?, Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika, and David H.R. Christie

How prostate cancer patients cope: Evaluation and refinement of the Prostate Cancer Patients' Coping Strategies Questionnaire, Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika, and David R.H. Christie

Clinical benefits of Emotional Freedom Techniques on food cravings at 12-months follow-up: A randomized controlled trial, Peta B. Stapleton, Teri Sheldon, and Brett Porter

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Practical application of Emotional Freedom Techniques for food cravings, Peta B. Stapleton, Terri Sheldon, and Brett Porter

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Use of the Booklet Category Test to assess abstract concept formation in schizophrenic disorders, Stanley R. Steindl and Gregory J. Boyle

Self-report psychopathy in an Australian community sample, Bruce Watt and Nathan Brooks

Enhancing treatment participation in CAMHS among families of conduct problem children: Effectiveness study of a clinician training programme, Bruce Watt, Mark R. Dadds, Denisse Best, and Catherine Daviess

Axis I mental health disorders and sexual offending, Bruce D. Watt and Tania Withington

'The winds of change are blowing': Australian psychiatry and anti-psychiatry in the 1960s, Emily Wilson

Working together? Medical professionals, gay community organisations and the response to HIV/AIDS in Australia, 1983-1985, Emily Wilson and Shirleene Robinson

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导言, 乔纳森 H. 平

Documents from 2011

Dealing with uncertainty in life commitment: Deciding on a career, Victoria Alexander, Richard Hicks, and Dee Bartrum

Integrating intelligence and personality, Elizabeth J. Austin, Gregory J. Boyle, Gary Groth-Marnat, Gerald Matthews, Donald H. Saklofske, Vicki L. Schwean, and Moshe Zeidner

The impact of students' 'internally' versus 'externally' oriented coping strategies upon anxiety and depression: Implications for counselling processes, Vicki Bitsika, Christopher Sharpley, Aspasia S. Aroutzidis, and Dimity Smith

Sub-Saharan African randomised clinical trials into male circumcision and HIV transmission: Methodological, ethical and legal concerns, Gregory J. Boyle and George Hill

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The case for boosting infant male circumcision in the face of rising heterosexual transmission of HIV... and now the case against, Gregory J. Boyle and George Hill

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iWant does not equal iWill: Correlates of mobile learning with iPads, e-textbooks, BlackBoard Mobile Learn and a blended learning experience, Jeffrey Brand, Shelley Kinash, Trishita Mathew, and Ron Kordyban

Do the math: culutral studies into public policy needs a new equation, Marcus Breen

The internet, gender and identity: Proletarianization as selective essentialism, Marcus Breen

Uprising: The internet's unintended consequences, Marcus Breen

Identification of seagrasses in the gut of a marine herbivorous fish using DNA barcoding and visual inspection techniques, A. Chelsky Budarf, D.D. Burfeind, W.K.W. Loh, and I.R. Tibbetts

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Campaigning for a seat on the UN Security Council: a middle power reflection on the role of public diplomacy, Caitlin Byrne

From cheeseburgers to chopsticks, Caitlin Byrne

The Twitter effect, Caitlin Byrne

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Australia's international education as public diplomacy: Soft power potential, Caitlin Byrne and Rebecca Hall

An introduction to crime reconstruction, William Jerry Chisum and Brent E. Turvey

Stress and stress resilience, emotional intelligence, and perfectionism in an Australian workplace sample, Margo Crowther and Richard Hicks

Designing games to motivate student cohorts through targeted game genre selection, Penny de Byl and Jeffrey Brand

Technology intervention for the preservation of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH), Penny de Byl and Muqeem Khan

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International relations theory and Chinese philosophy, Rosita Dellios

Risk factors and risk assessment in juvenile fire-setting, Mairead Dolan, Troy E. McEwan, Rebekah Doley, and Katarina Fritzon

Risk factors for recidivistic arson in adult offenders, Rebekah Doley, Kenneth Fineman, Katarina Fritzon, Mairead Dolan, and Troy E. McEwan

Interpreting motive, Jodi Freeman and Brent E. Turvey

Juvenile fire-setting: A review of treatment programs, Katarina Fritzon, Mairead Dolan, Rebekah Doley, and Troy E. McEwan

Looking at the characteristics of adult arsonists from a narrative perspective, Katarina Fritzon, Heather Lewis, and Rebekah Doley

The multi-trajectory theory of adult firesetting (M-TTAF), Therese A. Gannon, Caoilte Ó Ciardha, Rebekah M. Doley, and Emma Alleyne

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Abe Isoo and Kawakami Hajime in interwar Japan - Economic reform or revolution?, Masako Gavin

The relationship between coping strategies, alcohol expectancies, drinking motives and drinking behaviour, Penelope Hasking, Michael Lyvers, and Cassandra Carlopio

Aftershocks: Sense and nonsense making in a disorganized narrative, Donna F. Henson

Reflections on the factor structure of the Occupational Stress Inventory-Revised, Richard Hicks

Validation of the revised job seeker classification instrument among Australian unemployed, Richard Hicks and Alexander Robey

Sense of humor, personality, and happiness, Richard Hicks and Alice Saver

Coping strategies and health among call centre operators, Richard Hicks and Verity Stoker-Biersteker

Trafficking modernities: Gender and cultural authority in the case of the woman organist, Lilian Frost, Jane Hunt

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The silent partner: News agencies and 21st century news, Jane Johnston and Susan Forde

The new, old journalism: Narrative writing in contemporary newspapers, Jane Johnston and Caroline Graham

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Review of Fiona Black, The artifice of love: Grotesque bodies and the song of songs. London and New York: T & T Clarke/Continuum, 2009., Julie Kelso

You have to hit some people! Measurement and criminogenic nature of violent sentiments in Australia, Sally F. Kelty, Guy Hall, and Bruce D. Watt

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Preserving our past with toys of the future, Muqeem Khan and Penny de Byl

Blended learning internationalization from the Commonwealth: An Australian and Canadian collaborative case study, Shelley Kinash and Susan Crichton

Beyond the binaries that keep us from writing with and like children, Shelley Kinash and Kirsten Kinash

Strengthening the case against functionally significant serotonergic neurotoxicity in human MDMA (ecstasy) users, Michael Lyvers

Alcohol intoxication and self-reported risky sexual behaviour intentions with highly attractive strangers in naturalistic settings, Michael Lyvers, Emma Cholakians, Megan Puorro, and Shanti Sundram

Risky alcohol use and age at onset of regular alcohol consumption in relation to frontal lobe indices, reward sensitivity and rash impulsiveness, Michael Lyvers, Helen Duff, and Penelope Hasking

Australian experience of culturally diverse university classrooms, Beata Malczewska-Webb

Second language learners' motivation and their perception of their teachers as an affecting factor, Masanori Matsumoto

Resilience in university students: Academic success, recollected parental style, and coping strategies, Abby McCann and Richard Hicks

Conclusion, Brett McCormick and Jonathan H. Ping

Introduction, Brett McCormick and Jonathan H. Ping

Sexual asphyxia, Michael McGrath and Brent E. Turvey

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Considering a new framework for designing pubic safety 'filler' messages on highway variable-message signs: Applying the behaviour change wheel, Marilyn Mitchell

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Considering a new framework for designing public safety 'filler' messages on highway variable-message signs: Applying the behaviour change wheel, Marilyn Mitchell

Australian defence force transformation: The hardened and networked army, Stuart Murray

Propaganda or diplomacy? 'Selling' brand Australia, Stuart Murray

Rebranding China on the olympic stage, Stuart Murray

Satow's diplomatic practice [Review of the book Satow's Diplomatic Practice, by I. Roberts], Stuart Murray

The pariah state of global society: North Korea, Stuart Murray

The plight of the Kimberley: Jobs or culture?, Stuart Murray

The present and future of diplomacy and diplomatic studies, Stuart Murray, Paul Sharp, Geoffrey Wiseman, David Criekemans, and Jan Melissen

Criminal profiling in the courtrooms: Behavioural investigative advice or bad character evidence?, Gareth Norris and Wayne Petherick

A poor fit for journalism research, Mark Pearson

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Mental illness, journalism investigation and the law in Australia and New Zealand, Mark Pearson

From shorthand to cyberspace: Journalists' interview records as evidence, Mark Pearson and Jasmine Griffiths

The role of parenting programmes in the prevention of child maltreatment, Aileen M. Pidgeon and Matthew R. Sanders

China’s relations with South Asia: From threat avoidance to development opportunity, Jonathan H. Ping

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The Chinese development model: International development and hegemony, Jonathan H. Ping

Birthing and re-birthing Down Under: from ARM-A to AMIRCI, Marie Porter and Julie Kelso

The direct and indirect benefits of dispositional mindfulness on self-esteem and social anxiety, Michael K. Rasmussen and Aileen M. Pidgeon

Inventing Australia for Americans: The rise of the Outback Steakhouse restaurant chain in the USA, Shirleene Robinson

The role of parenting programmes in the prevention of child maltreatment, Matthew Sanders and Aileen M. Pidgeon

Four potential criteria for deciding when to use antidepressants or psychotherapy for unipolar depression: A literature review, Christopher F. Sharpley and Vicki Bitsika

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The role of Melancholia in prostate cancer patients' depression, Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika, and David Christie

Breast cancer patients' preferences for information: Different sources at different times?, Christopher F. Sharpley, Vicki Bitsika, and David H.R. Christie

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A randomised clinical trial of a meridian-based intervention for food cravings with six-month follow-up, Peta B. Stapleton, Terri Sheldon, Brett Porter, and Jennifer Whitty

Parental bonding and alexithymia: A meta-analysis, F. A. Thorberg, R. McD. Young, K. A. Sullivan, and Michael Lyvers

Attachment security and alexithymia in a heavy drinking sample, F.A. Thorberg, Ross McD. Young, Karen A. Sullivan, Michael Lyvers, Cameron Hurst, J. P. Connor, and G. F.X. Feeney

Alexithymia, craving and attachment in a heavy drinking population, Fred Arne Thorberg, Ross McD Young, Karen A. Sullivan, Michael Lyvers, Jason P. Connor, and Gerald F. X. Feeney

Indigenous knowledges, birds that have 'spoken' and science, Sonia Tidemann, Sharon Chirgwin, and J. Ross Sinclair

Aboriginal stories: The riches and colour of Australian birds, Sonia Tidemann and Tim Whiteside

A history of criminal profiling, Brent E. Turvey

An introduction to crime scene analysis, Brent E. Turvey

Domestic homicide, Brent E. Turvey

Ethics and the criminal profiler, Brent E. Turvey

Fire and explosives: behavioral aspects, Brent E. Turvey

Inferring offender characteristics, Brent E. Turvey

Mass murder, Brent E. Turvey

Psychopathy and sadism: interpreting psychopathic and sadistic behavior in the crime scene, Brent E. Turvey

Serial cases: investigating pattern crimes, Brent E. Turvey

Sex crimes, Brent E. Turvey

Case linkage: offender modus operandi and signature, Brent E. Turvey and Jodi Freeman