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Submissions from 2020

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Public Arts: The academy engaging with Main Roads WA, industry and community, Lyndall Adams, Harrison See, and Fiona Bell

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The weave of youth writing: Refiguring authorship and self-representation in Michaela DePrince’s collaborative archive of life narrative texts, Alberta Natasia Adji

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The profession's role in helping psychologists balance society's interests with their clients' interests, Alfred Allan

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Ethical issues when working with terminally ill people who desire to hasten the ends of their lives: A western perspective, Alfred Allan and Maria Allan

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Cobra Kai, Bill & Ted: Comebacks redefine middle-aged masculinity, but where are the women?, Panizza Allmark

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Shakaya Shakaya (2002), Panizza Allmark

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Family therapy and COVID-19: International reflections during the pandemic from systemic therapists across the globe, Deisy Amorin-Woods, Peter Fraenkel, Andrea Mosconi, Martine Nisse, and Susana Munoz

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Do paramedics have a professional obligation to work during a pandemic? A qualitative exploration of community member expectations, Cameron Anderson, Julie Ann Pooley, Brennen Mills, Emma Anderson, and Erin Smith

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Time-layered cultural map of Australia, Paul Longley Arthur, Erik Champion, Hugh Craig, Ning Gu, Mark Harvey, Victoria Haskins, Andrew May, Bill Pascoe, Alana Piper, Lyndall Ryan, Rosalind Smith, and Deb Verhoeven

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A signature pedagogy for the emerging human service and community work profession, Vicki Banham

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A novel approach to measure executive functions in students: An evaluation of two child-friendly apps, Valeska Berg, Shane Rogers, Mark McMahon, Michael Garrett, and Dominic Manley

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Venturing into silences:The silence of water (novel) - and - Convicts, women and Western Australian stories (essay), Sharron Booth

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The mortality after release from incarceration consortium (MARIC): Protocol for a multi-national, individual participant data meta-analysis, Rohan Borschmann, Holly Tibble, Matthew J. Spittal, David Preen, Jane Pirkis, Sarah Larney, David L. Rosen, Jesse T. Young, Alexander D. Love, Frederick L. Altice, Ingrid A. Binswanger, Anne Bukten, Tony Butler, Zheng Chang, Chuan-Yu Chen, Thomas Clausen, Peer Brehm Christensen, Gabriel J. Culbert, Louisa Degenhardt, Anja J. E. Dirkzwager, Kate Dolan, Seena Fazel, Colin Fischbacher, Margaret Giles, Lesley Graham, David Harding, Yen-Fang Huang, Florence Huber, and Azar Karaminia

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Saying no to Roe 8, Danielle Brady

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Probative value of pre-sentence reports for juvenile matters, Debra Bycroft

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Psychological pre‐sentence evaluations for sentencing young offenders in Australia, Debra Bycroft, Gregory Dear, and Deirdre Drake

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Making meaning of being bereaved by suicide: an everyday experience, Colleen Carlon

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Does mathematics training lead to better logical thinking and reasoning? A cross-sectional assessment from students to professors, Clio Cresswell and Craig P. Speelman

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The analysis of nonverbal communication: The dangers of pseudoscience in security and justice contexts, Vincent Denault, Pierrich Plusquellec, Louise M. Jupe, Michel St-Yves, Norah E. Dunbar, Maria Hartwig, Siegfried L. Sporer, Jessica Rioux-Turcotte, Jonathan Jarry, Dave Walsh, Henry Otgaar, Andrei Viziteu, Victoria Talwar, David A. Keatley, Iris Blandon-Gitlin, Clint Townson, Nadine Deslauriers-Varin, Scott O. Lilienfeld, Miles L. Patterson, Igor Areh, Alfred Allan, Hilary Evans Cameron, Remi Boivin, Leanne ten Brinke, Jaume Masip, Ray Bull, Mireille Cyr, Lorraine Hope, Leif A. Stromwall, Stephanie J. Bennett, Faisal Al Menaiya, Richard A. Leo, Annelies Vredeveldt, Marty Laforest, Charles R. Honts, Antonio L. Manzanero, Samantha Mann, Pär-Anders Granhag, Karl Ask, Fiona Gabbert, Jean-Pierre Guay, Alexandre Coutant, Jeffrey Hancock, Valerie Manusov, Judee K. Burgoon, Steven M. Kleinman, Gordon Wright, Sara Landström, Ian Freckelton, Zarah Vernham, and Peter J. van Koppen

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Year 12 can be stressful, but setting strong and healthy goals can help you thrive, Joanne Dickson

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The psychology of comfort food - why we look to carbs for solace, Joanne Dickson and Charlotte Hardman

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Silent sequences and ontological entanglement in Shaun Tan’s The Arrival and Pat Grant’s Blue, Debra Dudek

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John Galsworthy and slum clearance, Jill Felicity Durey

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"L’Ange" de Paul Valéry: Esquisse d’une étude génétique et traductologique, David Elder

Multinational Federalism and secessionism in Ethiopia, Tesfa Bihonegn Emirru

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The making of Broken: A manifesto for a democratised cinema, Damian Fasolo

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Adolescents with autism spectrum disorder: Understanding the influence of psychosocial risk factors and mothers’ help-seeking behaviour on the experience of depressive symptoms, Rachel Gallagher

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Factors underlying clinicians’ judgements of patient insight and confidence in using clinical judgement in psycho-legal settings, Dylan P. Galloghly and Greg E. Dear

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Instagram is the home of pretty pictures. Why are people flocking to it for news?, Laura Glitsos

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Sia, This Is Acting, Laura Glitsos

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The Pepe the Frog meme: An examination of social, political, and cultural implications through the tradition of the Darwinian Absurd, Laura Glitsos and James Hall

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Confident, capable and world changing: Teenagers and digital citizenship, Lelia Green

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Why is logic so likeable? A single-process account of argument evaluation with logic and liking judgment, Brett K. A. Hayes, Peggy Wei, John C. Dunn, and Rachel G. Stephens

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Professional self-care practices, emotional work and burnout in Australian psychology academics, Claudia Yael Hoenig

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Explaining lecture attendance behavior via structural equation modeling: Self-Determination Theory and the Theory of Planned Behavior, Ross C. Hollett, Gilles E. Gignac, Shinae Milligan, and Paul Chang

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Female characters from adult-only video games elicit a sexually objectifying gaze in both men and women, Ross Hollett, Helen Morgan, Nigel T.M. Chen, and Gilles Gignac

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Activating the legacy motive mitigates intergenerational discounting in the climate game, Mark J. Hurlstone, Annabel Price, Susie Wang, Zoe Leviston, and Iain Walker

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Refugees’ dreams of the past, projected into the future, Carmen Jacques, Kelly Jaunzems, Layla Al-Hameed, and Lelia Green

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Misconceptions in the knowledge of vocational fitness students and graduates, Daniel J. Jolley, Melissa Davis, and Andrew P. Lavender

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Do sequential lineups impair underlying discriminability?, Matthew Kaesler, John C. Dunn, Keith Ransom, and Carolyn Semmler

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Musical affect and the emotion–cognition interaction in The Phantom of the Opera, Sebnem Nazli Karali

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Interlace: Inter-institutional engagement, Nicola Kaye and Clive Barstow

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Facebook as a disruptor of journalism and political debate in Vietnam, Viet Tho Le

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'They're discriminated against, but so are we’: White Australian-born perceptions of ingroup and immigrant discrimination over time are not zero sum, Zoe Leviston, Justine Dandy, and Jolanda Jetten

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The role of relative deprivation in majority-culture support for multiculturalism, Zoe Leviston, Justine Dandy, Jolanda Jetten, and Iain Walker

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Overestimating one’s “green” behavior: Better-than-average bias may function to reduce perceived personal threat from climate change, Zoe Leviston and Hannah V. Uren

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Books in a post-f@#^ world. Are we all sworn out yet?, Donna Mazza

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Aletheia: The Orphic Ouroboros, Glen McKnight

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The ‘graphic’ in ‘typographic’: Picture theory applied to type through caricature, Stuart Medley

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The visual realism continuum: the roles of high and low-fidelity pictures, Stuart Medley

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Young people and the Baptist church: Staying and leaving, Timothy Mullen

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Does providing pill testing at festivals increase intention to use Ecstasy?, Sherri Lee Murphy

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Experiences of sexual and reproductive healthcare professionals working with migrant women living with female genital cutting in Western Australia, Darlene Ndasi and Kwadwo Adusei-Asante

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The question(s), the material(s) and the ethics of creative practice research methodologies, Renée Newman and Lyndall Adams

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Barriers to occupational heat stress risk adaptation of mining workers in Ghana, Victor Fannam Nunfam, Kwadwo Adusei-Asante, Kwasi Frimpong, Eddie John van Etten, and Jacques Oosthuizen

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Western Australia July to December 2019, Harry C.J. Phillips and Liz Kerr

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Attitudes towards immigration-relevant decision-making: The roles of fairness judgements and national identity, Tessa Phipps

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A new development in front group strategy: The Social Aspects Public Relations Organization (SAPRO), Rachel Pietracatella and Danielle Brady

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Assessing alexithymia: Psychometric properties of the Perth Alexithymia Questionnaire and 20-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale in United States adults, David A. Preece, Rodrigo Becerra, Alfred Allan, Ken Robinson, Wai Chen, Penelope Hasking, and James J. Gross

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Changes in exercise and musculoskeletal symptoms of novice nurses: A one-year follow-up study, Judith Dianne Pugh, Lucy Gelder, Kylie Cormack, Anne M. Williams, Diane E. Twigg, Margaret Giles, and Anthony J. Blazevich

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Are negative beliefs about psychosis associated with emotional distress in adults and young people with such experiences? A meta-analysis, Esmira Ropaj, Andrew Jones, Joanne Dickson, Zabina Gill, and Peter J. Taylor

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Beliefs about one's non-suicidal self-injury: The Experiences of Self-Injury Questionnaire (ESIQ), Devon B. Sandel, Khowla Jomar, Sheri L. Johnson, Joanne M. Dickson, Shannon Dandy, Rebecca Forrester, and Peter J. Taylor

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Facebook: Where privacy concerns and social needs collide, Sonya Scherini

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Public familiarity and understanding of stalking/harassment legislation in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, Adrian J. Scott, Nikki Rajakaruna, Megan A. Handscomb, and Georgina A.H. Waterworth

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I walk to see, I walk to know: Walking to Wongawol. An exhibition and I walk to see, I walk to know: Walking to Wongawol. An exegesis, Cim Sears

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Mentalisation Amongst Maternal and Child Health Nurses Using the Newborn Behavioural Observations With Infant-mother dyads: A Qualitative Study, Kim Simkin-Tran, Bronwyn Harman, and Susan Nicolson

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The other art of computer programming: A visual alternative to communicate computational thinking, Melanie Tarr

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Pilot service evaluation of a brief psychological therapy for self-harm in an emergency department: Hospital Outpatient Psychotherapy Engagement Service, Peter J. Taylor, Kirsten Fien, Helen Mulholland, Rui Duarte, Joanne M. Dickson, and Cecil Kullu

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Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong: Smartphone culture and activism, Irfan Wahyudi and Panizza Allmark

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A sensorimotor control framework for understanding emotional communication and regulation, Justin H.G. Williams, Charlotte F. Huggins, Barbra Zupan, Megan Willis, Tamsyn E. Van Rheenen, Wataru Sato, Romina Palermo, Catherine Ortner, Martin Krippl, Mariska Kret, Joanne M. Dickson, Chiang-shan R. Li, and Leroy Lowe

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Exploring the influence of emotional labour, emotional intelligence, emotional regulation, and emotional valence on employee job satisfaction and burnout, Kirsty Lee Wilson

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Opposing narratives about children’s digital media use: a critical discourse analysis of online public advice given to parents in Australia and Belgium, Bieke Zaman, Donell Holloway, Lelia Green, Kelly Jaunzems, and Hadewijch Vanwynsberghe

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Dual-path Convolutional Image-Text Embeddings with Instance Loss, Zhedong Zheng, Liang Zheng, Michael Garrett, Yi Yang, Mingliang Xu, and Yi-Dong Shen

Submissions from 2019

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Making a difference: Social media, photography, activism and women in Asian contexts, Panizza Allmark

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Travel, sexuality and female Indonesian domestic migrant workers in Hong Kong, Panizza Allmark and Irfan Wahyudi

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Mobilising memes for unionist teens: An analysis of the social media use of an Australian hospitality union, Lili M. Archer

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Integrating biographical data in large-scale research resources: Current and future directions, Paul Longley Arthur

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Tracing the development of digital humanities in Australia, Paul Longley Arthur

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Travel in the digital age, Paul Longley Arthur and Tom Van Nuenen

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Force-feeding and the legacy of torture in the ‘war on terror’, Jamal Barnes

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If the Adani mine gets built, it will be thanks to politicians, on two continents, Quentin Beresford

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The eFun app: A new tool to measure executive functions to support learning in a child-friendly, valid and engaging way, Valeska Berg, Mark McMahon, Shane Rogers, Michael Garrett, and Dominic Manley

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The relationship between clients' preferences of therapists' sex and mental health support seeking: An exploratory study, Stephanie C. Black and Eyal Gringart

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Commentary on “Learning the lessons from personalisation in England” (Greig, 2019), Kathy Boxall

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Revisiting the foundations of (critical) disability studies, Kathy Boxall

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Introducing 'intimate civility': Towards a new concept for 21st century relationships, Elizabeth Reid Boyd, Madelena Grobbelaar, Eyal Gringart, Alise Bender, and Rose Williams

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Space, place, and agency in the Roe 8 highway protest, Western Australia, Danielle Brady

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European history of the Greater Brixton Street conservation area and surrounds, Danielle Brady and Andrea Gaynor

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Honk if you love Untitled Goose Game: why we should invest more in our indie game creators, Luke Brook

The characteristics and components of national identity in Australia, Kate Brown

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Psychological reports for sentencing juveniles in Australian courts, Debra Bycroft, Gregory E. Dear, and Deirdre Drake

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Australian prison vocational education and training and returns to custody among male and female ex-prisoners: A cross-jurisdictional study, Jesse Cale, Andrew Day, Sharon Casey, David Bright, Jo Wodak, Margaret Giles, and Eileen Baldry

“Some of them never met us in real life and see what we do, they only see us through the media”: Lived experiences of three young West Australian South Sudanese men, Elizabeth Chiwawa

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Waiting for a queer change: Gender identity through performative waiting and the Boudoir Chronotope in Call Me By Your Name, Gregory R. Clarke

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Digital literacy meets industry 4.0, Jo Coldwell-Neilson and Trudi Cooper

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Calling out ‘alternative facts’: curriculum to develop students’ capacity to engage critically with contradictory sources, Trudi Cooper

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Rethinking teaching excellence in Australian higher education, Trudi Cooper

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Future prospects for Australasian youth work, Trudi Cooper and Rod Baxter

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Achieving economic sustainability for niche social profession courses in the Australian higher education sector: final report, Trudi Cooper and Miriam Rose Brooker

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Press coverage of HIV and other health issues in PNG’s Post-Courier: 2007-2017, Trevor Cullen