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Prof Grace Pretty
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University of Southern Queensland

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  1. Identifying interactive components of the horse-rider partnership during competition dressage
  2. Assessing environmental stewardship motivation
  3. Ready, set, go! using the 'community-readiness' method to engage social networks for sustainable natural resource management in the Queensland Murray Darling Basin
  4. Addressing interests and values in a consensus building framework for water allocation
  5. Having a sense of one's place: challenges of identifying and nurturing social and environmental community affordances
  6. Having a sense of efficacy: considering adolescent and adult perceptions of self and self-in-community in relation to meeting personal and communal challenges
  7. Psychological sense of community and its relevance to well-being and everyday life in Australia: a position paper of the Australian Psychological Society
  8. Using past behaviour and spontaneous implementation intentions to enhance the utility of the theory of planned behaviour in predicting exercise
  9. Autonomy and control: augmenting the validity of the theory of planned behaviour in predicting exercise
  10. A contextualized investigation of traumatic correlates of childhood sexual abuse in Australian athletes

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1The interface of acute and aged care: the role of the nurse in a provincial area
2Sense of place amongst adolescents and adults in two rural Australian towns: the discriminating features of place attachment, sense of community and place dependence in relation to place identity
3Conceptual principles of quality of life: an empirical exploration
4The relevance of community sentiments to Australian rural youths' intention to stay in their home communities
5Psychological sense of community and its relevance to well-being and everyday life in Australia: a position paper of the Australian Psychological Society
6Having a sense of one's place: challenges of identifying and nurturing social and environmental community affordances
7Using past behaviour and spontaneous implementation intentions to enhance the utility of the theory of planned behaviour in predicting exercise
8A contextualized investigation of traumatic correlates of childhood sexual abuse in Australian athletes
9Autonomy and control: augmenting the validity of the theory of planned behaviour in predicting exercise
10Having a sense of efficacy: considering adolescent and adult perceptions of self and self-in-community in relation to meeting personal and communal challenges