Publications by: Kayla Morris

Also publishes as (K. Morris, Kayla Renee Morris, Kayla R. Morris)

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Morris, K., and Swinbourne, A. (2016) An investigation of the influence of "alternate" prototypes on incidental sun exposure in a high-risk region. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 23 (Suppl 1). S137-S137.

Hennessy, Maria, Hunt, Nicole, Morris, Kayla, and Sealey, Cindy (2016) Investigating the Comprehensive Inventory of Thriving (CIT) as a rehabilitation outcome measure. In: Abstracts from the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the WFNR Conference, p. 49. From: 13th Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Special Interest Group of the WFNR Conference, 11-12 July 2016, Glasgow, Scotland.

Morris, Kayla, and Swinbourne, Anne (2015) Sun-related prototypes and their influence on incidental sun exposure: a prospective study. In: Abstracts from the 3rd International Conference on UV & Skin Cancer Prevention. From: 3rd International Conference on UV & Skin Cancer Prevention, 7-11 December 2015, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. (Unpublished)

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.

Morris, Kayla Renee (2015) Living life in the sun: using the Prototype Willingness Model to explain incidental sun exposure in a high-risk environment. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Morris, Kayla, and Swinbourne, Anne (2014) Identifying prototypes associated with sun-related behaviours in North Queensland. Australian Journal of Psychology, 66 (4). pp. 216-223.

Morris, K., Swinbourne, A.L., and Harrison, S.L. (2014) Incidental sun exposure: using the prototype willingness (PW) model to explain the unexplored. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 21 (S1). S161-S161.

Morris, Kayla, Swinbourne, Anne, and Harrison, Simone (2014) Unplanned and unprotected: incidental sun exposure in North Queensland. In: Presentations from the Australian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine 11th Scientific Conference. From: Australian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine 11th Scientific Conference, 12-14 February 2014, Auckland, New Zealand.

Morris, Kayla, Swinbourne, Anne, and Harrison, Simone (2014) Incidental sun exposure in North Queensland: a study of whether prototype perceptions influence sunrelated behaviour. European Health Psychologist, 16 (Supp).

Morris, K., Swinbourne, A., and Harrison, S. (2014) The exploration of prototype perceptions across a range of sun-related behaviours. European Health Psychologist, 16 (Supp).

Morris, Kayla R., Swinbourne, Anne L., and Harrison, Simone L. (2013) Incidental sun exposure in North Queensland: an application of the prototype willingness (PW) model. In: Abstracts from the 2nd International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, pp. 59-60. From: 2nd International Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention, 10-13 September 2013, Berlin, Germany.

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)

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.

Morris, K., Swinbourne, A., and Harrison, S. (2012) Sun protection: exploring prototype perceptions. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 19 (Supp 1). S43-S43.

Morris, K., Swinbourne, A., and Harrison, S. (2012) Sun in the tropics: attitudes surrounding incidental sun exposure in North Queensland. Psychology & Health, 27 (Supp 1). p. 281.

Morris, K., and Swinbourne, A. (2011) Moving from rational to irrational modelling: predicting alcohol consumption. In: Combined Abstracts of 2011 Australia Psychology Annual Conference, p. 221. From: 46th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, 4 - 8 October 2011, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

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