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Cunningham, M.L., Douglas, H. and Boag, S. (2018) General mental ability moderates the link between confidence and integrity test scores. Personality and Individual Differences, 123 . pp. 94-99.

Rubin, M., Scevak, J., Southgate, E., Macqueen, S., Williams, P. and Douglas, H. (2018) Older women, deeper learning, and greater satisfaction at university: Age and gender predict university students’ learning approach and degree satisfaction. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 11 (1). pp. 82-96.

Westbrook, J.I., Raban, M.Z., Walter, S.R. and Douglas, H. (2018) Task errors by emergency physicians are associated with interruptions, multitasking, fatigue and working memory capacity: a prospective, direct observation study. BMJ Quality & Safety, 27 (8). pp. 655-663.

Borotkanics, R., Rowe, C., Georgiou, A., Douglas, H., Makeham, M. and Westbrook, J. (2017) Changes in the profile of Australians in 77 residential aged care facilities across New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. Australian Health Review, 41 (6). pp. 613-620.

Douglas, H.E., Georgiou, A., Tariq, A., Prgomet, M., Warland, A., Armour, P. and Westbrook, J.I. (2017) Implementing Information and Communication Technology to Support Community Aged Care Service Integration: Lessons from an Australian Aged Care Provider. International Journal of Integrated Care, 17 (1).

Douglas, H.E., Raban, M.Z., Walter, S.R. and Westbrook, J.I. (2017) Improving our understanding of multi-tasking in healthcare: Drawing together the cognitive psychology and healthcare literature. Applied Ergonomics, 59 (A). pp. 45-55.

Douglas, H.E., Georgiou, A. and Westbrook, J.I. (2017) Social participation as an indicator of successful aging: an overview of concepts and their associations with health. Australian Health Review, 41 (4). p. 455.

Douglas, H.E., Bore, M. and Munro, D. (2016) Coping with university education: The relationships of time management behaviour and work engagement with the five factor model aspects. Learning and Individual Differences, 45 . pp. 268-274.

Douglas, H.E., Bore, M. and Munro, D. (2016) Openness and intellect: An analysis of the motivational constructs underlying two aspects of personality. Personality and Individual Differences, 99 . pp. 242-253.

Lehnbom, E.C., Douglas, H.E. and Makeham, M.A.B. (2016) Positive beliefs and privacy concerns shape the future for the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record. Internal Medicine Journal, 46 (1). pp. 108-111.

Prgomet, M., Douglas, H.E., Tariq, A., Georgiou, A., Armour, P. and Westbrook, J.I. (2016) The Work of Front Line Community Aged Care Staff and the Impact of a Changing Policy Landscape and Consumer-Directed Care. British Journal of Social Work, 47 (1). pp. 106-124.

Raban, M.Z., Walter, S.R., Douglas, H.E., Strumpman, D., Mackenzie, J. and Westbrook, J.I. (2015) Measuring the relationship between interruptions, multitasking and prescribing errors in an emergency department: a study protocol. BMJ Open, 5 (10). e009076.

Tariq, A., Douglas, H.E., Smith, C., Georgiou, A., Osmond, T., Armour, P. and Westbrook, J.I. (2015) A descriptive analysis of incidents reported by community aged care workers. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 37 (7). pp. 859-876.

Southgate, E., Douglas, H.E., Scevak, J., Macqueen, S., Rubin, M. and Lindell, C. (2014) The academic outcomes of first-in-family in an Australian university:An exploratory study. International Studies in Widening Participation, 1 (2). pp. 31-45.

Douglas, H.E., Bore, M. and Munro, D. (2012) Construct Validity of a Two-Factor Model of Psychopathy. Psychology, 03 (03). pp. 243-248.

Douglas, H.E., Bore, M. and Munro, D. (2012) Distinguishing the Dark Triad: evidence from the Five-Factor Model and the Hogan Development Survey. Psychology, 03 (03). pp. 237-242.

Paul, C.L., Sanson-Fisher, R.W., Douglas, H.E., Clinton-McHarg, T., Williamson, A. and Barker, D. (2011) Cutting the research pie: a value-weighting approach to explore perceptions about psychosocial research priorities for adults with haematological cancers. European Journal of Cancer Care, 20 (3). pp. 345-353.

Carey, M.L., Clinton-McHarg, T., Sanson-Fisher, R.W., Campbell, S. and Douglas, H.E. (2011) Patient or treatment centre? Where are efforts invested to improve cancer patients' psychosocial outcomes? European Journal of Cancer Care, 20 (2). pp. 152-162.

Paul, C.L., Clinton-McHarg, T., Sanson-Fisher, R.W., Douglas, H.E. and Webb, G. (2009) Are we there yet? The state of the evidence base for guidelines on breaking bad news to cancer patients. European Journal of Cancer, 45 (17). pp. 2960-2966.

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