Papers from 1994


Thermoregulatory response to wearing encapsulated protective clothing during simulated work in various thermal environments, Warren R. Payne, W Portier, Ian Fairweather, Shi Zhou, and Rod J. Snow

Plyometric and special speed training for the modern footballer, J Pryor and Rudi A. Meir

Psychophysical evidence for area V2 involvement in the reduction of subjective contour tilt aftereffects by binocular rivalry, Rick van der Zwan and Peter Wenderoth


The role of the blobs in determining the perception of drifting plaids and their motion aftereffects, Peter Wenderoth, David Alais, Darren Burke, and Rick van der Zwan

Effect of exercise combined with environmental humidity on the stress response profiles of urinary cortisol, cortisone, tetrahydrocortisol and tetrahydrocortisone, B K. Yap, R Kazlauskas, G Johnston, Rudi A. Meir, and Robert P. Weatherby

Papers from 1993

Facilitative tutoring: how can it be understood and improved?, Christine Alavi and Don Margetson

Rocking the boat: women nurses speak out, social theory in practice, Nel Glass

Primary nursing: in contemporary practice, Iain W. Graham

The power to be different: is professionalization the answer?, Stephen Kermode

An examination of the evolution of the Stroop effect over time, Mitchell G. Longstaff

Seasonal changes in estimates of body composition in professional rugby league players, Rudi A. Meir

Time and motion analysis of professional rugby league: a case study, Rudi A. Meir, Dave Arthur, and M Forrest

Using social cognition to change energy-use in the commercial sector, Gail Moloney

Review of “The moon illusion” by M. Hershenson (ed.). Hillsdale NJ: Erlbaum, 1989, Robert P. O'Shea

Writing for psychology : an introductory guide for students, 2nd edition, Robert P. O'Shea

The effects of contrast reversal on the direct, indirect, and interocularly-transferred tilt after effect, Robert P. O'Shea, Russell G. Wilson, and Alan Duckett

Survivors of incest: their experiences and feelings during childbirth, Jennifer A. Parratt


Reduction of a pattern-induced motion aftereffect by binocular rivalry suggests the involvement of extrastriate mechanisms, Rick van der Zwan, Peter Wenderoth, and David Alais


Direct evidence for competition between local and global mechanisms of two-dimensional orientation illusions, Peter Wenderoth, Rick van der Zwan, and Martin Williams

Papers from 1992


Spatial zones of binocular rivalry in central and peripheral vision, Randolph Blake, Robert P. O'Shea, and T J. Mueller

Do hospital based nurses need tertiary qualifications, Nel Glass


Reconstructing nursing: a coronary care perspective of the primary nurse philosophy, Iain W. Graham

Communication skills for mental health nurses, video recording, A McKinlay and Graeme Browne


The effect of jersey type on thermoregulatory responses during exercise in a warm humid environment, Rudi A. Meir

A review of factors complicating performance under conditions of thermal stress, Rudi A. Meir and B J. Lowdon

Papers from 1991


Reality basis for teaching psychomotor skills in a tertiary nursing curriculum, Christine Alavi

Transition from rapid to slow movement; The development of triphasic EMG patterns, J MM Brown and Wendy L. Gilleard

How do registered nurses think and experience nursing: a phenomenological investigation, Iain W. Graham

Primary nursing: accountability is the key to its mystery, Iain W. Graham

What do nurses know? Nursing diagnosis and the politics of ideas, Stephen Kermode

Heart rates and estimated energy expenditure during recreational surfing, Rudi A. Meir, B J. Lowdon, and Allan J. Davie


Thumb's rule tested: visual angle of thumb's width is about 2 deg, Robert P. O'Shea

Writing for psychology, 1st edition, Robert P. O'Shea

Writing for psychology : an introductory guide for students, Robert P. O'Shea

Implementation of birthing review recommendations - Bendigo region, Jennifer A. Parratt

The effects of PEEP and CPAP on human physiology, Thea F. van de Mortel

The role of classification in developmental disabilities, Thea F. van de Mortel

Local and global mechanisms of one and two dimensional orientation illusions, Peter Wenderoth and Rick van der Zwan

Papers from 1990


Turnover of registered nurses in New South Wales hospitals, Stephen Kermode and David Battersby

The determinants of excellence in nursing practice: a study of registered nurses, Stephen Kermode and Judith van der Wal

Thermoregularity responses of rugby league footballers playing in warm humid conditions, Rudi A. Meir, Allan J. Davie, and P Ohmsen

Alcohol consumption awareness in young male drivers, Stephen P. Myers

Theories of visual perception by I. E. Gordon. Chichester: Wiley, 1989, Robert P. O'Shea


Vernier acuity with opposite-contrast stimuli, Robert P. O'Shea and Donald E. Mitchell


Determinants of subjective contour Bourdon illusions and "unbending" effects, Peter Wenderoth, Gerard Criss, and Rick van der Zwan

Papers from 1989


Calculating nursing turnover in New South Wales, David Battersby, Stephen Kermode, Colin Boylan, Judith van der Wal, Ron Kerr, and Brian King

Why did the GNC for England and Wales establish a mental nurse training syllabus as introduced in the 1920s?, Iain W. Graham

Emerging career patterns registered nurses in New South Wales, Stephen Kermode


Two dimensional tilt illusion induced by orthogonal plaid patterns: effects of plaid motion, orientation, spatial separation, and spatial frequency, Peter Wenderoth, Syren Johnstone, and Rick van der Zwan

The effects of exposure duration and surrounding frames on direct and indirect tilt aftereffects and illusions, Peter Wenderoth and Rick van der Zwan

Mechanisms of orientation illusions, Peter Wenderoth, Rick van der Zwan, and Syren Johnstone


Orientation illusions induced by briefly flashed plaids, Peter Wenderoth, Rick van der Zwan, and Syren Johnstone

AMPdeaminase activity in skeletal muscle of trained and untrained men, Shi Zhou, Rod J. Snow, Michael F. Carey, and W Portier

Papers from 1988

Towards understanding vocational commitment: the case of registered nurses, David Battersby and Stephen Kermode


Abnormal fusion of steropsis and binocular-rivalry, Randolph Blake and Robert P. O'Shea


How nurses use curriculum concepts, Stephen Kermode

Anaerobic deficit and fatigue, David L. Lawson, W Portier, Shi Zhou, Ian Fairweather, and John Carlson

Exercise physiology: human bioenergetics and its applications (1984) by GA Brooks & TD Fahey (Chinese translation), Xirang Yang, Shi Zhou, and X M. Tao

Papers from 1987


Global factors generate the mccollough effect, Peter C. Dodwell and Robert P. O'Shea


Pre-clinical preparation of undergraduate nursing students, Stephen Kermode


Chronometric analysis supports fusion rather than suppression theory of binocular vision, Robert P. O'Shea


Depth without disparity in random-dot stereograms, Robert P. O'Shea and Randolph Blake

Electromechanical delay of human muscle contraction: A review, Shi Zhou

A further investigation on electromechanical delay changes during muscle fatigue, Shi Zhou, Kaiyu Xiong, and Ruiyuan Wang

Papers from 1986

Stress management for managers, Graeme Browne

Perceived exertion and a new recovery fatigue scale for the treadmill testing of Chinese college students, Edmund Burke, Xirang Yang, and Shi Zhou

Spatial frequency processing and the prediction of reading ability : a preliminary investigation, William Lovegrove, Walter L. Slaghuis, Alison C. Bowling, Peter Nelson, and Estelle Geeves


Dichoptic temporal frequency differences do not lead to binocular rivalry, Robert P. O'Shea and Randolph Blake

Papers from 1985


The effects of peripheral movement and flicker, Alison C. Bowling

The effects of the contrast, spatial frequency, and, Alison C. Bowling

Stress and community mental health nursing, Graeme Browne

Therapeutic mental nursing: identifying what it is!, Iain W. Graham


A conceptual framework for nursing practice, Stephen Kermode


Clinical supervision in nurse education: some parallels with teacher education, Stephen Kermode

Papers from 1984

The role of clincial supervisor in college programs, Stephen Kermode


Binocular rivalry occurs without simultaneous presentation of rival stimuli, Robert P. O'Shea and Boris Crassini

Papers from 1983

Medical physiological observation on the aged who practice Baguazhang, Qiang Gao, Xiaoling Bai, Shizhen Han, Yang Hu, Ruiyuan Wang, Kaiyu Xiong, Jiahe Xu, Yinqing Yin, Jiaqi Zhao, Shi Zhou, Gewu Kang, Hanzhao Xian, and Minyi Chen

Pressure area care: a problem solving approach, Stephen Kermode


Does stereopsis have a fusional component?, Robert P. O'Shea


Vertical disparities lead to the “induced effect”, Robert P. O'Shea and Boris Crassini

A study on the indicators of excitability changes during muscle fatigue, Shi Zhou and Qiang Gao

Papers from 1982


Iconic memory: fallacies persist (?), Alison C. Bowling and William Lovegrove


Contrast sensitivity functions and specific reading disability, William Lovegrove, Frances Martin, Alison C. Bowling, Mary Blackwood, David R. Badcock, and Susan J. Paxton


Problems for an after-image explanation of monocular rivalry, Barry Mapperson, Alison C. Bowling, and William Lovegrove


The dependence of cyclofusion on orientation, Robert P. O'Shea and Boris Crassini


Sleep after exercise of variable intensity in fit and unfit subjects, Susan J. Paxton, Iain Montgomery, John Trinder, Jill Newman, and Alison C. Bowling


Physical fitness, exercise, age and human sleep, John Trinder, Dorothy Bruck, Susan J. Paxton, Iain Montgomery, and Alison C. Bowling

An investigation on the relationship between contraction force and EMG of biceps brachii muscle during fatigue, Shi Zhou and Qiang Gao

Papers from 1981

An intellectual history of psychology (rev. ed.) by D. N. Robinson. New York: Macmillan, 1981, Robert P. O'Shea


Psychophysics discovers Piaget: comments on Frayman and Dawson (1981), Robert P. O'Shea

Selective attention and the control of binocular rivalry” by L. C. Lack. The Hague: Mouton, 1978, Robert P. O'Shea


Interocular transfer of the motion after-effect is not reduced by binocular rivalry, Robert P. O'Shea and Boris Crassini


The sensitivity of binocular rivalry suppression to changes in orientation assessed by reaction-time and forced-choice techniques, Robert P. O'Shea and Boris Crassini

Papers from 1980

The effect of stimulus duraton on the persistence of gratings, Alison C. Bowling and William Lovegrove


Response times to different spatial frequencies:, Alison Bowling and William Lovegrove


Specific reading disability: differences in contrast sensitivity as a function of spatial frequency, William Lovegrove, Alison C. Bowling, David R. Badcock, and Mary Blackwood

Presence and absence of color selectivity, William Lovegrove, Barry Mapperson, and Alison C. Bowling

Papers from 1979

The effect of spatial frequency and contrast on visual persistence, Alison C. Bowling, William Lovegrove, and Barry Mapperson

Thoughts on de-humanization, Stephen Kermode


Is the "contour specificity" of McCollough effects an example of anomalous transfer? comments on Sharpe and Tees (1978), Robert P. O'Shea