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Chhabra, Jasleen, McDermott, Brett, and Li, Wendy (2020) Risk factors for paternal perinatal depression and anxiety: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. (In Press)

Caltabiano, Marie Louise, and Caltabiano, Nerina Jane (1994) Contextual aspects of women's leisure: study 2. Australian Journal of Leisure and Recreation, 4 (3). pp. 22-30.

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Engelberg, Terry, and Moston, Stephen (2019) Sexual harassment in elite sport. In: Krieger, Jörg, and Wasson, Stephen, (eds.) Dark Sides of Sport. Sport & Society . Common Ground Research Networks, Champaign, IL, USA, pp. 133-146.

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Jackson, Todd, and Chen, Hong (2011) Risk factors for disordered eating during early and middle adolescence: prospective evidence from mainland Chinese boys and girls. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 120 (2). pp. 454-464.

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Kirby, James N., and Kirby, Peter G. (2017) An evolutionary model to conceptualise masculinity and compassion in male teenagers: a unifying framework. Clinical Psychologist, 21 (2). pp. 74-89.

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Li, Wendy (2016) Gender, identity and community: a perspective of a female Australian-New Zealand-Chinese academic. In: [Presented at] Northern Links - Transplantation or Transnationalism?. From: 6th "no fuss" conference of the Chinese Heritage in Northern Australia Incorporated (CHINA Inc), 27-28 February 2016, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

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Mitchison, Deborah, Morin, Alexandre, Mond, Jonathan, Slewa-Younan, Shameran, and Hay, Phillipa (2015) The bidirectional relationship between quality of life and eating disorder symptoms: a 9-year community-based study of Australian women. PLoS One, 10 (3). e0120591. pp. 1-18.

Meldrum, Kathryn (2010) The quest to improve body image in adolescent girls - school-based interventions is only part of the answer: A case study from Victoria. In: Abstracts of SHAPE 2010 Sport, Health and Physical Educatio Conference. p. 1. From: SHAPE 2010 Sport, Health and Physical Education Conference, 26 February 2010, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

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Nicholas, Joanna C., Dimmock, James A., Donnelly, Cyril J., Alderson, Jacqueline A., and Jackson, Ben (2018) “It's our little secret … an in-group, where everyone's in”: females' motives for participation in a stigmatized form of physical activity. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 36. pp. 104-113.

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