Publications:
Cognitive Ethology in Cross Cultural Perspective: A New Approach to International Consumer Market Research

Traditional market research focuses on high levels of reflected, reasoned, logical and conscious responses. This paper explains an alternative highly successful approach adopted by Rapaille based on cognitive ethology.

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Challenging Behaviour in the Regular Classroom: Empowering Teachers Working with Children and Families at Risk through the Early Impact Program

Teachers in regular classrooms engage with a diverse population of students. This paper examines a multimodal, early intervention approach for reducing the impact of challenging behaviour in infant aged children.

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Multiple Choice Testing Methods: Is it a Biased Method of Testing for Asian International Students?

A large sample empirical study of 600 Australian and Asian students undertaking multiple choice tests demonstrated that international students on test scores are not disadvantaged over their counterparts.

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Management of Conduct Problems in Young Children: A Practitioner's Review

This paper delineates a number of recent treatment approaches to arrest the development of conduct problems in young children as a means of informing teachers, school counsellors and other practitioners.

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Asperger Syndrome in Adolescent Females: A Review of Assessment Approaches and Intervention Strategies for Educational Practitioners

This paper delineates specific assessment approaches and intervention strategies aimed at providing support for adolescent females with AS.

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Child Mentoring as an Early Intervention and Prevention Framework for Children and Families At-risk: A Review of the Literature

This paper provides a review of the literature outlining current practices in child mentoring for children and families at-risk.

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The First Year Experience: A Comparison of Institution Led Approaches to the Orientation and Engagement of First Year Students in Higher Education

This paper reports on the work currently undertaken at Griffith University, Australia and four institutions based in the U.K., with a focus on institution-led approaches to the first year experience.

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