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2020-03-01Assessing the Clinical Utility of the Eating Beliefs Questionnaire:? Results from Receiver Operating Characteristic Curve Analysis with a Clinical SampleBurton, AL; Smith, E; Abbott, MJ
2016-01-01Assessment and psychological interventions for depression comorbid with cardiovascular diseaseSmith, E; Kneebone, I
2015-07Australian VET teacher education: What is the benefit of pedagogical studies at University for VET teachers?Smith, E; Yasukawa, K; Hodge, S
2018-04-16Breaking bad habits by improving executive function in individuals with obesityAllom, V; Mullan, B; Smith, E; Hay, P; Raman, J
2022-07-30Childhood trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms, early maladaptive schemas, and schema modes: a comparison of individuals with obesity and normal weight controls.Spirou, D; Raman, J; Bishay, RH; Ahlenstiel, G; Smith, E
2013-01-01The clinical obesity maintenance model: an integration of psychological constructs including mood, emotional regulation, disordered overeating, habitual cluster behaviours, health literacy and cognitive function.Raman, J; Smith, E; Hay, P
2017-07-03Confirmatory factor analysis and examination of the psychometric properties of the eating beliefs questionnaire.Burton, AL; Hay, P; Kleitman, S; Smith, E; Raman, J; Swinbourne, J; Touyz, SW; Abbott, MJ
2016-09-01Evaluating the mobility of polymer-stabilised zero-valent iron nanoparticles and their potential to co-transport contaminants in intact soil coresChekli, L; Brunetti, G; Marzouk, ER; Maoz-Shen, A; Smith, E; Naidu, R; Shon, HK; Lombi, E; Donner, E
2018-01-09Group schema therapy for eating disorders: Study protocolCalvert, F; Smith, E; Brockman, R; Simpson, S
2019Halcyon Days? The Amalgamated Metal Workers’ Union and the AccordHumphrys, ET; Smith, E; Piccini, J; Worley, M
2004-01The inescapability of significant contextual learning in workHager, P; Smith, E
2014-11-04Manualised Cognitive Remediation Therapy for adult obesity: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trialRaman, J; Hay, P; Smith, E
2011-02-03Myopia: Why study the mechanisms of myopia? Novel approaches to risk factors signalling eye growth- how could basic biology be translated into clinical insights? Where are genetic and proteomic approaches leading? How does visual function contribute to and interact with ametropia? Does eye shape matter? Why ametropia at all?Tarutta, E; Chua, WH; Young, T; Goldschmidt, E; Saw, SM; Rose, KA; Smith, E; Mutti, DO; Ashby, R; Stone, RA; Wildsoet, C; Howland, HC; Fischer, AJ; Stell, WK; Reichenbach, A; Frost, M; Gentle, A; Zhu, X; Summers-Rada, J; Barathi, V; Jiang, L; McFadden, S; Guggenheim, JA; Hammond, C; Schippert, R; To, CH; Gwiazda, J; Marcos, S; Collins, M; Charman, WN; Artal, P; Tabernero, J; Atchison, DA; Troilo, D; Norton, TT; Wallman, J
2018-04-01A randomised controlled trial of manualized cognitive remediation therapy in adult obesityRaman, J; Hay, P; Tchanturia, K; Smith, E
2020-10-17The clinical obesity maintenance model: a structural equation model.Spirou, D; Smith, E; Wood, K; Raman, J
2020-09The effect of attentional bias modification training on food intake in overweight and obese women.Smith, E; Treffiletti, A; Bailey, PE; Moustafa, AA
2022-06-16The psychometric properties of the grazing questionnaire in an obesity sample with and without binge eating disorder.Spirou, D; Raman, J; Leith, M; Collison, J; Bishay, RH; Ahlenstiel, G; Hay, P; Smith, E
2015-01-01VET teacher education in Australian universities: who are the students and what are their views about their courses?Smith, E; Hodge, S; Yasukawa, K
2017-01-02What makes a good VET teacher? Views of Australian VET teachers and studentsSmith, E; Yasukawa, K