Anne Louise Swinbourne

Affiliations: 
James Cook University 
Area:
animal learning processes, evaluative conditioning
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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
Chew PKH, Dillon DB, Swinbourne AL. (2018) An examination of the internal consistency and structure of the Statistical Anxiety Rating Scale (STARS). Plos One. 13: e0194195
Sheaves M, Sporne I, Dichmont CM, et al. (2016) Principles for operationalizing climate change adaptation strategies to support the resilience of estuarine and coastal ecosystems: An Australian perspective Marine Policy. 68: 229-240
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
Mcshane CJ, Quirk F, Swinbourne A. (2015) Development and validation of a work stressor scale for Australian farming families Australian Journal of Rural Health
Girman CD, Lukins JE, Swinbourne AL, et al. (2014) Effect of clothing colour on body image perception Performance Enhancement and Health
Campbell S, Bohanna I, Swinbourne A, et al. (2013) Stages of change, smoking behaviour and readiness to quit in a large sample of indigenous australians living in eight remote North Queensland communities International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 10: 1562-1571
Leggat PA, Harrison SL, Fenner PJ, et al. (2005) Health advice obtained by tourists travelling to Magnetic Island: a risk area for 'Irukandji' jellyfish in North Queensland, Australia. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease. 3: 27-31
Harrison SL, Leggat PA, Fenner PJ, et al. (2004) Reported knowledge, perceptions, and behavior of tourists and North Queensland residents at risk of contact with jellyfish that cause the "Irukandji syndrome". Wilderness & Environmental Medicine. 15: 4-10
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