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Gender, age, ethnic and occupational associations with pathological gambling in a New Zealand urban sample
(NEW ZEALAND PSYCHOL SOC, 2006-07-01)
The role of the organisation following disaster: Insights from nurse experiences after the Canterbury earthquakes
(Massey University, 2016-09-20)
This research aimed to explore nurse perceptions of impacts and organisational support following the Canterbury NZ earthquake sequence. Semi-structured interviews were undertaken with 11 nurses in the Canterbury area to ...
Getting through: Children's effective coping and adaptation in the context of the Canterbury, New Zealand earthquakes of 2010-2012
(Massey University, 2017-06-01)
Children may experience distress and can become vulnerable as the result of a disaster. However, recent research suggests that children experiencing such adversity can address adversity by employing their capacities to ...
Children's knowledge, cognitions and emotions surrounding natural disasters: An investigation of Year 5 students, Wellington, New Zealand
(Massey University, 2013)
New Zealand schools have a responsibility to ensure that children are informed about potential natural disasters, and are prepared with protective strategies. The present study aimed to investigate children’s knowledge, ...
Representing Islam: Experiences of women wearing hijab in New Zealand
© 2019 New Zealand Psychological Society. All rights reserved. An increase in commentary on the hijab, or Muslim headscarf, in Western countries can be attributed to multiple factors, not least among them the current ...