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Cannabis use and disorder transitions among a mixed community sample of at-risk adolescents and adults: A prospective New Zealand study
(Bentham Open, 2013)
Introduction and Aims: The trajectories of cannabis use disorder (CUD) require more comprehensive delineation to expedite recognition of incubating dependence among high-risk users. This study examined baseline cannabis ...
The changing nature of life regrets
IntroductionNew life stages promote new life goals and our most intense regrets should change in relation to our new goals and priorities.Research shows that 'Work' and 'Education' regrets are more common for older adults, ...
The decision appraisal model of regret
Gender and ethnicity differences in the prevalence of traumatic events: evidence from a New Zealand community sample
(JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 2004-08-01)
What have sport and music performance taught us about test anxiety
(Psychological Publishing, 2010)
Professional athletes and performing artists require peak performance at critical times, as their careers and livelihoods depend on sustained success. Likewise examination candidates aim for high levels of performance in ...
Obsessive passion as an explanation for burnout: An alternative theoretical perspective applied to humanitarian work
(Australian Academic Press, 2007)
Influences on the stages and processes of exercise adoption in women
(Australian Academic Press, 2006)
Predictors of health care utilisation in community dwelling New Zealand Māori
(University of Papua New Guinea and Massey University School of Psychology, 2004)
Domestic violence, psychological distress, and physical illness among New Zealand women: Results from a community-based study
(NEW ZEALAND PSYCHOL SOC, 2000-12-01)