Items where Author is "Passmore, Nola L."

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2010

Passmore, Nola L. and Fogarty, Bronwyn T. and Conroy, Kathleen L. and Zelakiewicz, Pualani M. L. and Rea, Vivienne C. (2010) Forgiveness and interpersonal skills in same-sexed friendships. In: PORIG 2010: Building Resilience through Personal, Family and Community Relationships, 6-7 Nov 2010, Brisbane, Australia.

2009

Passmore, Nola L. and Coles, Gary (2009) Birth fathers' perspectives on reunions with their relinquished children. In: 9th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society's Psychology of Relationships Interest Group: Connecting Research and Practice in Relationships, 7-8 Nov 2009, Brisbane, Australia.

Passmore, Nola L. and Chipuer, Heather M. (2009) Female adoptees' perceptions of contact with their birth fathers: satisfactions and dissatisfactions with the process. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 79 (1). pp. 93-102. ISSN 0002-9432

Passmore, Nola L. and Rea, Vivienne C. and Fogarty, Bronwyn T. and Zelakiewicz, Pualani M. L. (2009) Parental bonding and religiosity as predictors of dispositional forgiveness. In: 44th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference 2009, 30 Sept - 4 Oct 2009, Darwin, Australia.

Passmore, Nola L. and Feeney, Judith A. (2009) Reunions of adoptees who have met both birth parents: post-reunion relationships and factors that facilitate and hinder the reunion process. Adoption Quarterly, 12 (2). pp. 100-119. ISSN 1092-6755

2007

Feeney, Judith A. and Passmore, Nola L. and Peterson, Candida C. (2007) Adoption, attachment and relationship concerns: a study of adult adoptees. Personal Relationships, 14 (1). pp. 129-147. ISSN 1350-4126

Passmore, Nola L. (2007) Do Christian concepts and principles have a place in academia? A case study in integration. In: 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference 2007, 25-29 Sept 2007, Brisbane, Australia.

Passmore, Nola L. (2007) Helping adults who were adopted as children. In: 3rd International Conference on Post Adoption Services (ACTION), 19-21 Feb 2007, Cambridge, Massachucetts, USA.

2006

Passmore, Nola L. and Feeney, Judith A. and Peterson, Candida C. and Shimmaki, Kumiyo (2006) Depression, emotional arousability, and perceptions of parenting in adult adoptees and non-adoptees. Adoption Quarterly, 9 (2/3). pp. 23-35. ISSN 1092-6755

Passmore, Nola L. and Foulstone, Alexis R. and Feeney, Judith A. (2006) Openness and secrecy in adoptive families and possible effects on the interpersonal relationships of adult adoptees. In: Relationships Near and Far, 11-12 Nov 2006, Melbourne, Australia.

2005

Foulstone, Alexis R. and Feeney, Judith A. and Passmore, Nola L. (2005) Adoption, adult attachment security, and relationship outcomes. In: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 12-13 Nov 2005, Melbourne, Australia.

Passmore, Nola L. and Fogarty, Gerard J. and Bourke, Carolyn J. and Baker-Evans, Sandra F. (2005) Parental bonding and identity style as correlates of self-esteem among adult adoptees and nonadoptees. Family Relations, 54 (4). pp. 523-534. ISSN 0197-6664

Passmore, Nola L. and Feeney, Judith A. and Peterson, Candida C. (2005) Relationships between adult attachment style, adoptee's motives for searching, and reunion satisfaction with birthmothers. In: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Personal, National and International Relationships: Australian Psychology Society’s Psychology of Relationships Interest Group 5th Annual Conference 2004, 12-13 Nov 2005, Melbourne, Australia.

2004

Passmore, Nola L. (2004) Adoption and the Father Heart of God: helping adoptees deal With issues of identity and loss. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 23 (2). pp. 165-175. ISSN 0733-4273

2003

Passmore, Nola L. (2003) Religious issues in counselling: are Australian psychologists 'dragging the chain'? Australian Psychologist, 38 (3). pp. 183-192. ISSN 0005-0067

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