Kimberley Norris
Kimberley Norris
Associate Professor, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
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
1712014
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
552018
Dying for the job: Police work exposure and health
JM Violanti
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2014
252014
Future directions in Antarctic psychology research
K Norris, D Paton, J Ayton
Antarctic Science 22 (4), 335-342, 2010
142010
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
112017
Working in high risk environments: Developing sustained resilience
D Paton
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2012
92012
Breaking the ice: developing a model of expeditioner and partner adaptation to Antarctic employment
KA Norris
University of Tasmania, 2010
72010
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
62019
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
52017
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
52015
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
52014
Psychology: The science of mind and behaviour 1e
M Passer, R Smith, F Allen, B Bishop, S Boag, P Butcher, E Collier-Baker, ...
McGraw-Hill Education Australia, 2012
52012
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
42011
The long cold night: comparing expeditioner and partner experiences during Antarctic absences
K Norris, D Paton, J Ayton
The Abstracts of the 43rd Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological …, 2008
42008
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
32017
Staying cool under pressure: resilience in Antarctic expeditioners
K Norris, D Paton, J Ayton
Working in highrisk environments: developing sustained resilience …, 2012
32012
Expeditioner and family reintegration: comparing ship-based and air-based personnel movement
K Norris, D Paton, T Thompson, J Ayton
Présenté au SCAR XXIX Open Science Conference-Human Health and Well Being, 2006
32006
Time-dependent mood fluctuations in Antarctic personnel: a meta-analysis
C Hawkes, K Norris
Polar Record 53 (5), 534-549, 2017
22017
Empirical validation of a model predicting depression, anxiety, and stress in the parents of children with autism
S Bones
University of Tasmania, 2017
22017
Valuing truth and transparency: organisational moral development and patient safety
SC Stevens, K Norris
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 4 (4), 37-47, 2009
22009
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