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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)
Traumatic events and physical health in a New Zealand community sample
(KLUWER ACADEMIC/PLENUM PUBL, 2002-08-01)
The Relationship Between Driving Anxiety and Driving Skill: A Review of Human Factors and Anxiety-Performance Theories to Clarify Future Research Needs
(NEW ZEALAND PSYCHOL SOC, 2008-03-01)
Wanna drive? driving anxiety and fear in a New Zealand community sample
(New Zealand Psychology Society, 2008)
Driving anxiety can impact everyday functioning and is common following motor vehicle crashes. However, no research has investigated its general community prevalence, despite the consistent finding that driving anxiety is ...
Let's talk about sexuality and relationships
(New Zealand Psychological Society, 2009)
Overseas research on sexual and relational disorders is varied and widespread. However, relatively little is known about such problems in New Zealand. The present study describes a cohort of clients seen by the Sex Therapy ...
Predictors of health care utilisation in community dwelling New Zealand Māori
(University of Papua New Guinea and Massey University School of Psychology, 2004)
Providing clinical health psychology services in a primary health world
(New Zealand Psychological Society Inc., 2009)
Individuals with chronic health conditions are at greater risk of emotional and behavioural problems, including mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, risk taking behaviours, body image and eating disorders, as ...
Errors, feedback, learning and performance
(Australian Academic Press, 2009)
The value of feedback about errors when learning a novel computer-based task was explored in two studies. The first study examined the optimal level of information to be provided in feedback about errors. The second study ...
Factors affecting employee use of work-life balance initiatives
(NEW ZEALAND PSYCHOL SOC, 2007-03-01)