Publications by: Daniel Lindsay

Also publishes as (D. Lindsay, D.B. Lindsay, Daniel Bruce Lindsay, Daniel B. Lindsay)

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Callander, Emily J., Allele, Faith, Roberts, Hayley, Guinea, William, and Lindsay, Daniel B. (2018) The effect of childhood ADD/ADHD on parental workforce participation. Journal of Attention Disorders. pp. 1-6. (In Press)

Winter, Sara, Gordon, Susan, Brice, Sara, and Lindsay, Daniel (2018) Centre of mass acceleration-derived variables detects differences between runners of different abilities and fatigue-related changes during a long distance over ground run. Journal of Physical Fitness, Medicine & Treatment in Sports, 4 (2).

Bates, Nicole, Callander, Emily, Lindsay, Daniel, and Watt, Kerrianne (2018) Labour force participation and the cost of lost productivity due to cancer in Australia. BMC Public Health, 18.

Welch, Paul, Young, Louise, Johnson, Peter, and Lindsay, Daniel (2018) Metacognitive awareness and the link with undergraduate examination performance and clinical reasoning. MedEdPublish, 7 (2).

Gautam, Anil, Wiseman, Gregory G., Goodman, Marika L., Ahmedpour, Simon, Lindsay, Daniel, Heyer, Adele, Stalewski, Harry, Norton, Robert E., and White, Andrew V. (2018) Paediatric thoracic empyema in the tropical North Queensland region of Australia: epidemiological trends over a decade. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 54 (7). pp. 735-740.

Atwell, Kerryn, Callander, Emily, Lindsay, Daniel, Marshall, Peter, and Morris, Scott Adam (2018) Selection bias and outcomes for preterm neonates. Pediatrics, 142 (1).

Ray, Robin, Young, Louise, and Lindsay, Daniel (2018) Shaping medical student’s understanding of and approach to rural practice through the undergraduate years: a longitudinal study. BMC Medical Education, 18.

Callander, Emily J., and Lindsay, Daniel B. (2018) The impact of childhood autism spectrum disorder on parent's labour force participation: can parents be expected to be able to re-join the labour force? Autism Research, 22 (5). pp. 542-548.

Akosah-Twumasi, Peter, Emeto, Theophilus I., Lindsay, Daniel, Tsey, Komla, and Malau-Aduli, Bunmi S. (2018) A systematic review of factors that influence youths career choices – the role of culture. Frontiers in Education, 3.

Callander, Emily J., Lindsay, Daniel B., and Scuffham , Paul A. (2017) Employer benefits from an early intervention program for depression: a cost-benefit analysis. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 59 (3). pp. 246-249.

Rawle, Marnie, Oliver, Tanya, Pighills, Alison, and Lindsay, Daniel (2017) Improving education and supervision of Queensland X-ray Operators through video conference technology: a teleradiography pilot project. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences, 64 (4). pp. 244-250.

Douglass, Janet, Graves, Patricia, Lindsay, Daniel, Becker, Luke, Mason, Jesse, Aye, Ni Ni, Win, San San, Wai, Tint, Win, Yi Yi, and Gordon, Susan (2017) Lymphatic filariasis increases tissue compressibility and extracellular fluid in lower limbs of asymptomatic young people in Central Myanmar. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease, 2 (4).

Smyth, Wendy, Lindsay, David, Brennan, Daryl, and Lindsay, Daniel (2017) Medical and allied health staff self-reported long-term conditions: findings from a regional Australian health service. International Journal of Workplace Health Managment, 10 (6). pp. 418-433.

Callander, Emily, Lindsay, Daniel, and Fox, Haylee (2017) North Queensland Primary Health Network performance framework: baseline assessment and benchmarking package. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, Qld, Australia.

Callander, Emily, Lindsay, Daniel, and Fox, Haylee (2017) A performance framework for the North Queensland Primary Health Network, based upon the Quadruple Aims theory. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, Qld, Australia.

Young, Louise, Lindsay, Daniel B., and Ray, Robin A. (2016) What do beginning students, in a rurally focused medical course, think about rural practice? BMC Medical Education, 16. pp. 1-7.

Lindsay, Daniel B., Devine, Sue, Sealey, Rebecca M., and Leicht, Anthony S. (2016) Time kinetics of physical activity, sitting, and quality of life measures within a regional workplace: a cross-sectional analysis. BMC Public Health, 16.

Stevens, Briony, Watt, Kerrianne, Brimbecombe, Julie, Clough, Alan, Judd, Jenni, and Lindsay, Daniel (2016) The role of seasonality on the diet and household food security of pregnant women living in rural Bangladesh: a cross-sectional study. Public Health Nutrition, 20 (1). pp. 121-129.

Boynton, Rebekah, Swinbourne, Anne, Lindsay, Daniel, and Morris, Kayla (2015) An investigation of alcohol consumption in North Queensland: an application of the prototype willingness model. In: Presentations from the Townsville Health Symposium 2015, p. 9. From: Townsville Health Symposium 2015: Spotlight on Local Researchers, 7-9 October 2015, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Lindsay, Daniel Bruce (2015) Exploring the underlying nature of alcohol-related implicit attitudes. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Ray, Robin A., Young, Louise, and Lindsay, Daniel B. (2015) The influences of background on beginning medical students' perceptions of rural medical practice. BMC Medical Education, 15.

Lindsay, Daniel, and Swinbourne, Anne (2014) Implicit ambivalence toward alcohol consumption. Drug and Alcohol Review, 33 (Supplement S1). p. 44.

Ray, Robin A., Fried, Ofra, and Lindsay, Daniel (2014) Palliative care professional education via video conference builds confidence to deliver palliative care in rural and remote locations. BMC Health Services Research, 14. pp. 1-8.

Lindsay, D.B., and Swinbourne, A.L. (2014) Attitudinal ambivalence toward health behaviours in a cross-cultural sample. European Health Psychology, 16 (S1). p. 818.

Lindsay, D., and Swinbourne, A.L. (2014) I like it but I don't: attitudinal ambivalence and addictive behaviours. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 21 (Supplement 1). S152-S153.

Lindsay, D.B., and Swinbourne, A.L. (2014) Unhealthy or unsociable? The influence of message framing on alcohol-related implicit attitudes. European Health Psychology, 16 (S1). p. 533.

Boynton, Rebekah, Swinbourne, Anne, Lindsay, Daniel, and Morris, Kayla (2013) The efficacy of the PW model to predict drinking behaviour cross-culturally. In: Abstracts from the International Conference on Managing the Asian Century. From: ICMAC 2013: International Conference on Managing the Asian Century, 11-13 July 2013, Singapore. (Unpublished)

Lindsay, Daniel, and Swinbourne, Anne (2013) Drink before you think: the influence of automatic processes on alcohol consumption. Psychology & Health, 28 (S1). p. 260.

Boynton, Rebekah, Swinbourne, Anne, Lindsay, Daniel, and Morris, Kayla (2013) A cross-cultural application of the prototype willingness model. Psychology & Health, 28 (S1). p. 181.

Lindsay, Daniel, and Swinbourne, Anne (2013) The influence of advertisements on health-related implicit attitudes and behaviour. Psychology & Health, 28 (S1). p. 121.

Lindsay, Daniel, and Swinbourne, Anne (2013) Fearing the Greeks: the influence of mathematical notation on anxiety in a cross-cultural sample. In: Abstracts from the 34th Stress and Anxiety Research Society Conference. From: STAR 2013: 34th Stress and Anxiety Research Society Conference, 1-3 July 2013, Faro, Portugal. (Unpublished)

Lindsay, Daniel, and Swinbourne, Anne (2012) The immediate influence of advertisements on implicit attitudes. In: 39th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, p. 1. From: 39th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, 12-15 April 2012, Sydney, NSW, Australia. (Unpublished)

Lindsay, D., and Swinbourne, A. (2011) Drink before you think: the role of implicit cognitions in alcohol consumption. In: Combined Abstracts of 2011 Australian Psychology Conferences (2011), p. 205. From: 46th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, 4-8 October 2011, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

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