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Why so unfit?: Assessing potential barriers to exercise adoption in middle-aged men
(The Author(s), 2005)
Compared to women, men: have a higher mortality rate consistently die younger are more susceptible to sedentary-lifestyle related diseases (e.g., cardiovascular disease) are more likely to engage in behaviours ...
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 ...
Culturally adapted cognitive behavour therapy for Māori with major depression
(British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies 2015, 2015-01-07)
Māori are the indigenous people of New Zealand and in 2006 comprised approximately 15% of the country’s population. Epidemiological data suggests Māori experience rates of depression that are higher than the general ...
Research ethics: A New Zealand perspective
What the hell was I thinking? Understanding the precursors to real-life regret.
The Dual-Process Theory of Regret (DPTR) proposes that the intensity of real-life regret is a function of both conscious and unconscious thought processes. Previous theories of regret consistently focus on failures of ...
Domestic violence, psychological distress, and physical illness among New Zealand women: Results from a community-based study
(NEW ZEALAND PSYCHOL SOC, 2000-12-01)
Obsessive passion as an explanation for burnout: An alternative theoretical perspective applied to humanitarian work
(Australian Academic Press, 2007)
Gender and ethnicity differences in the prevalence of traumatic events: evidence from a New Zealand community sample
(JOHN WILEY & SONS INC, 2004-08-01)
Traumatic events and physical health in a New Zealand community sample
(KLUWER ACADEMIC/PLENUM PUBL, 2002-08-01)