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Smith, Douglas C., Furlong, Michael J., Boman, Peter, & Gonzalez, Victoria (2012) Using self-report anger assessments in school settings. In Jimerson, Shane R., Nickerson, Amanda B., Mayer, Matthew J., & Furlong, Michael J. (Eds.) Handbook of School Violence and School Safety : International Research and Practice Second Edition. Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group, New York, United States of America, pp. 273-287.
Boman, Peter, Furlong, Michael J., Shochet, Ian, Lilles, Elena, & Jones, Camille (2009) Optimism and the School Context. In Furlong, Michael J., Gilman, Richard, & Heubner, E. Scott (Eds.) Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools. Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 51-64.
Smith, Douglas, Furlong, Michael, & Boman, Peter (2006) Assessing anger and hostility in school settings. In Jimerson, S. R. & Furlong, M. J. (Eds.) The handbook of school violence and school safety: From research to practice. Lawrence Erlbaum Asociates, Mahwah, N.J., pp. 135-145.
Morrissy, Laura, Boman, Peter, & Mergler, Amanda (2013) Nursing a case of the blues : an examination of the role of depression in predicting job-related affective well-being in nurses. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 34(3), pp. 158-168.
Furlong, Michael J., You, Sukkyung, Smith, Douglas C., Gonzalez, Victoria, Boman, Peter, Shimoda, Yoshiyuki, et al. (2013) An examination of the factorial invariance and refinement of the multidimensional school anger inventory for five Pacific Rim countries. International Journal of School & Educational Psychology, 1(1), pp. 20-35.
You, Sukkyung, Ritchey, Kristin, Furlong, Michael, Shochet, Ian M., & Boman, Peter (2011) Examination of the latent structure of the psychological sense of school membership scale. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 29(3), pp. 225-237.
Plowman, Sarah, Boman, Peter, & Williams, David (2009) "Okay girl, it's up to you": a case study of the use of a seizure alert dog to improve the wellbeing of a student with epilepsy. Journal of Student Wellbeing, 3(1), pp. 40-51.
Jung, Janine, Boman, Peter, & Williams, David (2007) A comparative examination of South Australian primary students' attitudes towards German LOTE and other learning areas. Journal of Educational Enquiry, 7(1), pp. 16-30.
Furlong, Michael, Sharkey, Jill, Boman, Peter, & Caldwell, Roslyn (2007) Cross-Validation of the Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale-2 Youth Version: An Exploration of Strength-Based Latent Traits. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 16(5), pp. 696-711.
Russo, Rebecca & Boman, Peter (2007) Primary School Teachers' Ability to Recognise Resilience in their Students. The Australian Educational Researcher, 34(1), pp. 17-32.
Curtis, David & Boman, Peter (2007) X-ray your data with Rasch. International Education Journal, 8(2), pp. 249-259.
Boman, Peter, Curtis, David, Furlong, Michael J., & Smith, Douglas C. (2006) Cross-Validation and Rasch Analyses of the Australian Version of the Multidimensional School Anger Inventory–Revised. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 24(3), pp. 225-242.
Watson, Julie & Boman, Peter (2005) Mainstreamed students with learning difficulties : failing and underachieving in the secondary school. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 10(2), pp. 43-49.
Jung, Janine & Boman, Peter (2003) Comparison of disruptive behaviours in South Australian LOTE and mainstream primary school classrooms. Journal of Educational Enquiry, 4(2), pp. 90-101.
Boman, Peter, Smith, Douglas C., & Curtis, David (2003) Effects of Pessimism and Explanatory Style on Development of Anger in Children. School Psychology International, 24(1), pp. 80-94.
Boman, Peter (2003) Gender Differences in School Anger. International Education Journal, 4(2), pp. 71-77.
Williams, David & Boman, Peter (2002) Voices from schools: Listening to students in transition. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6(3), pp. 129-135.
Boman, Peter & Yates, Gregory C. R. (2001) Optimism, hostility, and adjustment in the first year of high school. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 71(3), pp. 401-411.