Anna Chur-Hansen
Anna Chur-Hansen
Professor, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide
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Evaluating the outcome of communication skill teaching for entry‐level medical students: does knowledge of empathy increase?
HR Winefield, A Chur‐Hansen
Medical education 34 (2), 90-94, 2000
Neutralising the meat paradox: Cognitive dissonance, gender, and eating animals
E Dowsett, C Semmler, H Bray, RA Ankeny, A Chur-Hansen
Appetite 123, 280-288, 2018
Mental health implications of human attachment to companion animals
J Peacock, A Chur‐Hansen, H Winefield
Journal of clinical psychology 68 (3), 292-303, 2012
Health effects of ownership of and attachment to companion animals in an older population
HR Winefield, A Black, A Chur-Hansen
International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 15, 303-310, 2008
Differences in resilience between ‘traditional’and ‘non-traditional’university students
E Chung, D Turnbull, A Chur-Hansen
Active Learning in Higher Education 18 (1), 77-87, 2017
Preferences for female and male nurses: the role of age, gender and previous experience–year 2000 compared with 1984
A Chur‐Hansen
Journal of advanced nursing 37 (2), 192-198, 2002
Gaps in the evidence about companion animals and human health: Some suggestions for progress
A Chur-Hansen, C Stern, H Winefield
JBI Evidence Implementation 8 (3), 140-146, 2010
Grief and bereavement issues and the loss of a companion animal: People living with a companion animal, owners of livestock, and animal support workers
A Chur‐Hansen
Clinical Psychologist 14 (1), 14-21, 2010
The assessment of parental stress and support in the neonatal intensive care unit using the Parent Stress Scale–Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
M Turner, A Chur-Hansen, H Winefield, M Stanners
Women and Birth 28 (3), 252-258, 2015
The neonatal nurses' view of their role in emotional support of parents and its complexities
M Turner, A Chur‐Hansen, H Winefield
Journal of clinical nursing 23 (21-22), 3156-3165, 2014
On being a supervisor: The importance of feedback and how to give it
A Chur-Hansen, S McLean
Australasian Psychiatry 14 (1), 67-71, 2006
Who are 'non-traditional students'? A systematic review of published definitions in research on mental health of tertiary students.
E Chung, D Turnbull, A Chur-Hansen
Educational Research and Reviews 9, 1224-1238, 2014
Separation from family and its impact on the mental health of Sudanese refugees in Australia: a qualitative study
M Savic, A Chur‐Hansen, MA Mahmood, V Moore
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 37 (4), 383-388, 2013
Animal-assisted interventions in children's hospitals: A critical review of the literature
A Chur-Hansen, M McArthur, H Winefield, E Hanieh, S Hazel
Anthrozo÷s 27 (1), 5-18, 2014
The subjective experience of patients who received electroconvulsive therapy
L Frank Koopowitz, L Frank Koopowitz, A Chur-Hansen, S Reid, ...
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 37 (1), 49-54, 2003
Methodological considerations in designing and evaluating animal-assisted interventions
C Stern, A Chur-Hansen
Animals 3 (1), 127-141, 2013
The eating‐related behaviours, disorders and expectations of candidates for bariatric surgery
M Opolski, A Chur‐Hansen, G Wittert
Clinical obesity 5 (4), 165-197, 2015
The experiences, coping mechanisms, and impact of death and dying on palliative medicine specialists
SC Zambrano, A Chur-Hansen, GB Crawford
Palliative & supportive care 12 (4), 309-316, 2014
First-time mothers’ perceptions of social support: Recommendations for best practice
T De Sousa Machado, A Chur-Hansen, C Due
Health psychology open 7 (1), 2055102919898611, 2020
Companion animals for elderly women: The importance of attachment
A Chur-Hansen, HR Winefield, M Beckwith
Qualitative Research in Psychology 6 (4), 281-293, 2009
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