Connar McShane

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James Cook University 
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Scovell M, McShane C, Swinbourne A, et al. (2021) Rethinking Risk Perception and its Importance for Explaining Natural Hazard Preparedness Behavior. Risk Analysis : An Official Publication of the Society For Risk Analysis
Scovell M, McShane C, Swinbourne A. (2020) Experience and the perceived efficacy of cyclone preparedness behaviour International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment
Scovell M, McShane C, Swinbourne A, et al. (2020) How fringe cyclone experience affects predictions of damage severity Disaster Prevention and Management
Higgins V, Bryant M, Hernández-Jover M, et al. (2018) Devolved responsibility and on-farm biosecurity: practices of biosecure farming care in livestock production Sociologia Ruralis. 58: 20-39
Hernández-Jover M, Higgins V, Bryant M, et al. (2016) Biosecurity and the management of emergency animal disease among commercial beef producers in New South Wales and Queensland (Australia). Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 134: 92-102
Thompson M, Prideaux B, McShane C, et al. (2016) Tourism development in agricultural landscapes: the case of the Atherton Tablelands, Australia Landscape Research. 41: 730-743
McShane CJ, Quirk F, Swinbourne A. (2015) Development and validation of a work stressor scale for Australian farming families. The Australian Journal of Rural Health
Higgins V, Bryant M, Hernández-Jover M, et al. (2015) Harmonising devolved responsibility for biosecurity governance: The challenge of competing institutional logics Environment and Planning A. 48: 1133-1151
Mcshane CJ, Quirk F, Swinbourne A. (2015) Development and validation of a work stressor scale for Australian farming families Australian Journal of Rural Health
McShane CJ, Quirk F. (2009) Mediating and moderating effects of work-home interference upon farm stresses and psychological distress. The Australian Journal of Rural Health. 17: 244-50
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