Kirsten Hancock
Kirsten Hancock
Senior Research Fellow, Telethon Kids Institute; ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families
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The gap in life expectancy from preventable physical illness in psychiatric patients in Western Australia: retrospective analysis of population based registers.
D Lawrence, KJ Hancock, S Kisely
BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 346, f2539-f2539, 2013
Contact, configural coding and the other‐race effect in face recognition
KJ Hancock, G Rhodes
British Journal of Psychology 99 (1), 45-56, 2008
Evaluation of the 2006 family law reforms
R Kaspiew, M Gray, R Weston, L Moloney, K Hand, L Qu, M Alexander, ...
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2009
Student Attendance and Educational Outcomes: Every Day Counts
KJ Hancock, CCJ Shepherd, D Lawrence, SR Zubrick
Commonwealth of Australia, 2013
Children and young people at risk of disengagement from school
KJ Hancock, S Zubrick
Commissioner for Children and Young People, Western Australia, 2015
A three generation study of the mental health relationships between grandparents, parents and children
KJ Hancock, F Mitrou, M Shipley, D Lawrence, SR Zubrick
BMC Psychiatry 13 (299), 2013
The association between playgroup participation, learning competence and social-emotional wellbeing for children aged four-vive years in Australia.
K Hancock, D Lawrence, F Mitrou, S Zubrick, D Zarb, D Berthelsen, ...
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 37 (2), 72-81, 2012
Playgroup Participation and Social Support Outcomes for Mothers of Young Children: A Longitudinal Cohort Study
KJ Hancock, N Cunningham, D Lawrence, D Zarb, SR Zubrick
PLoS One, 2015
Associations between school absence and academic achievement: Do socioeconomics matter?
KJ Hancock, D Lawrence, CCJ Shepherd, F Mitrou, SR Zubrick
British Educational Research Journal 43 (3), 415-440, 2017
Higher Maternal Protectiveness Is Associated with Higher Odds of Child Overweight and Obesity: A Longitudinal Australian Study
KJ Hancock, D Lawrence, SR Zubrick
PLOS ONE, 2014
Does the reason matter? How student-reported reasons for school absence contribute to differences in achievement outcomes among 14–15 year olds
K Hancock, M Gottfried, S Zubrick
British Educational Research Journal, 2018
Longitudinal trajectories of mental health in Australian children aged 4-5 to 14-15 years
D Christensen, MT Fahey, R Giallo, KJ Hancock
PLoS One 12 (11), e0187974, 2017
Echoes of disadvantage across the generations? The influence of long-term joblessness and separation of grandparents on grandchildren
KJ Hancock, B Edwards, SR Zubrick
Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2013
Three-generation education patterns among grandparents, parents and grandchildren: Evidence of grandparent effects from Australia
K Hancock, F Mitrou, J Povey, A Campbell, SR Zubrick
The diverse risk profiles of persistently absent students: Implications for attendance policies in Australia
K Hancock, F Mitrou, C Taylor, S Zubrick
Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 2018
Chronic health conditions, mental health and the school: A narrative review
K Runions, R Vithiatharan, K Hancock, A Lin, C Brennan-Jones, C Gray, ...
Health Education Journal, 2019
Educational inequality across three generations in Australia
K Hancock, F Mitrou, J Povey, A Campbell, SR Zubrick
Australian Journal of Social Issues 55, 34-55, 2018
Development and assessment of cumulative risk measures of family environment and parental investments in the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
KJ Hancock, D Christensen, SR Zubrick
Social Indicators Research, 2017
The school experiences of children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in Western Australia
L Fried, R Vithiatharan, E Davis, T Jones, K Hancock, K Runions, D Cross, ...
Issues in Educational Research 28 (3), 578-595, 2018
Mental health problems among 4–17-year-olds with hearing problems: results from a nationally representative study
KJ Hancock, CG Brennan-Jones, R Vithiatharan, D Payne, K Runions, ...
Hearing, Balance and Communication 15 (3), 145-155, 2017
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