Kimberley Norris
Kimberley Norris
Professor of Psychological Sciences, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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The factors predicting stress, anxiety and depression in the parents of children with autism
NH Falk, K Norris, MG Quinn
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 44 (12), 3185-3203, 2014
3122014
I believe, therefore I achieve (and vice versa): A meta-analytic cross-lagged panel analysis of self-efficacy and academic performance
K Talsma, B Schüz, R Schwarzer, K Norris
Learning and Individual Differences 61, 136-150, 2018
1752018
Dying for the job: Police work exposure and health
JM Violanti
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2014
582014
Miscalibration of self-efficacy and academic performance: Self-efficacy≠ self-fulfilling prophecy
K Talsma, B Schüz, K Norris
Learning and Individual Differences 69, 182-195, 2019
372019
Clinical practice guidelines.
A Carter
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal 147 (11), 1649, 1992
241992
Future directions in Antarctic psychology research
K Norris, D Paton, J Ayton
Antarctic Science 22 (4), 335-342, 2010
212010
Risk factors for executive function difficulties in preschool and early school‐age preterm children
S O'Meagher, N Kemp, K Norris, P Anderson, C Skilbeck
Acta paediatrica 106 (9), 1468-1473, 2017
202017
Connecting to the oceans: supporting ocean literacy and public engagement
R Kelly, K Evans, K Alexander, S Bettiol, S Corney, C Cullen-Knox, ...
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries, 1-21, 2021
162021
Characteristics and experiences of targeted parents of parental alienation from their own perspective: A systematic literature review
S Lee‐Maturana, M Matthewson, C Dwan, K Norris
Australian Journal of Psychology 71 (2), 83-91, 2019
142019
Push or pull? Unpacking the social compensation hypothesis of Internet use in an educational context
R Grieve, N Kemp, K Norris, CR Padgett
Computers & education 109, 1-10, 2017
132017
Examining the relationship between performance-based and questionnaire assessments of executive function in young preterm children: Implications for clinical practice
S O’Meagher, K Norris, N Kemp, P Anderson
Child Neuropsychology 25 (7), 899-913, 2019
122019
Clinical Implications of Cultural Differences in Factors Influencing Resilience Following Natural Disaster: A Narrative Review.
K Norris, SC Anbarasu
International Journal of Mass Emergencies & Disasters 35 (1), 2017
112017
Working in high risk environments: Developing sustained resilience
D Paton
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2012
92012
Predicting positive and negative change in expeditioners at 2-months and 12-months post Antarctic employment
C Moult, K Norris, D Paton, J Ayton
The Polar Journal 5 (1), 128-145, 2015
82015
An ecological theory of resilience and adaptive capacity in emergency services
D Paton, JM Violanti, K Norris, T Johnson
Working in high risk environments: Developing sustained resilience, 145-170, 2011
82011
Breaking the ice: developing a model of expeditioner and partner adaptation to Antarctic employment
K Norris
University of Tasmania, 2010
82010
Psychological assessment of intimate partner violence
R Yaxley, K Norris, J Haines
Psychiatry, psychology and law 25 (2), 237-256, 2018
72018
Vulnerability to work-related posttraumatic stress: family and organizational influences
D Paton, K Norris
Dying for the Job: Police Work Exposure and Health, Charles C. Thomas …, 2014
72014
Navigating risk and protective factors for family violence during and after the COVID-19 ‘perfect storm’
C Spiranovic, N Hudson, R Winter, S Stanford, K Norris, ...
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 33 (1), 5-18, 2021
62021
The dark side of emotional intelligence: the role of gender and the Dark Triad in emotional manipulation at work
J Hyde, R Grieve, K Norris, N Kemp
Australian journal of psychology 72 (4), 307-317, 2020
52020
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