Publications: Walker, Iain
O'Brien, G., Donaghue, N., Walker, I. and Wood, C. (2014) Deservingness and Gratitude in the Context of Heart Transplantation. Qualitative Health Research, 24 (12). pp. 1635-1647.
Pedersen, A., Walker, I., Paradies, Y. and Guerin, B. (2011) How to cook rice: A review of ingredients for teaching anti-prejudice. Australian Psychologist, 46 (1). pp. 55-63.
Donaghue, N. and Walker, I. (2007) Contact sports: judgements of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australian football league players' performance. South African Journal of Psychology, 37 (4). pp. 771-782.
Moloney, G., Hall, R. and Walker, I. (2005) Social representations and themata: The construction and functioning of social knowledge about donation and transplantation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44 (3). pp. 415-441.
Pedersen, A., Walker, I. and Wise, M. (2005) "Talk does not cook rice": Beyond anti-racism rhetoric to strategies for social action. Australian Psychologist, 40 (1). pp. 20-31.
Kurz, T.R., Donaghue, N. and Walker, I. (2005) Utilizing a social-ecological framework to promote water and energy conservation: a field experiment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35 (6). pp. 1281-1300.
Kurz, T.R., Donaghue, N., Rapley, M. and Walker, I. (2005) The ways that people talk about natural resources: discursive strategies as barriers to environmentally sustainable practices. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44 (4). pp. 603-620.
Pedersen, A., Beven, J.P., Walker, I. and Griffiths, B. (2004) Attitudes toward Indigenous Australians: The role of empathy and guilt. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 14 (4). pp. 233-249.
Broderick, P. and Walker, I. (2001) Donor gametes and embryos: who wants to know what about whom, and why? Politics and the Life Sciences, 20 (1). pp. 29-42.
Pedersen, A., Griffiths, B., Contos, N., Bishop, B. and Walker, I. (2000) Attitudes toward Aboriginal Australians in city and country settings. Australian Psychologist, 35 (2). pp. 109-117.
Pedersen, A. and Walker, I. (2000) Urban Aboriginal and Anglo-Australian children: Ingroup preference, self-concept, and teachers’ academic evaluations. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 10 (3). pp. 183-197.
Walker, I. and Broderick, P. (1999) Challenges to the reproduction of misunderstanding. Australian Psychologist, 34 (3). pp. 221-228.
Pedersen, A., Walker, I. and Glass, C. (1999) Experimenter effects on ingroup preference and self-concept of urban Aboriginal children. Australian Journal of Psychology, 51 (2). pp. 82-89.
Walker, I. and Broderick, P. (1999) The psychology of assisted reproduction — or psychology assisting its reproduction? Australian Psychologist, 34 (1). pp. 38-44.
Pedersen, A. and Walker, I. (1997) Prejudice against Australian Aborigines: Old-fashioned and modern forms. European Journal of Psychology, 27 (5). pp. 561-587.
Gibbins, K. and Walker, I. (1996) Social roles, social norms, and Self-presentation in the quiz effect of Ross, Amabile, and Steinmetz. The Journal of Social Psychology, 136 (5). pp. 625-634.
Broderick, P. and Walker, I. (1995) Information access and donated gametes: how much do we know about who wants to know? Human Reproduction, 10 (12). pp. 3338-3341.
Walker, I., Broderick, P. and Correia, H.M. (2007) Conceptions and misconceptions: social representations of medically assisted reproduction. In: Moloney, G. and Walker, I., (eds.) Social representations and identity: content, process and power. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 157-176.
Walker, I., Tilbury, F., Volet, S., Tungaraza, C. and Hastie, B. (2005) Pathways to apprenticeships and traineeships for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Murdoch University/Australian Academy of Race Relations, Perth, W.A.