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Thompson, Paul M., Parker, Rachel L., & Cox, Stephen D. (2015) Interrogating Creative Theory and Creative Work: Inside the Games Studio. Sociology.
Pakenham, Kenneth I. & Cox, Stephen D. (2015) The effects of parental illness and other ill family members on youth caregiving experiences. Psychology and Health, 30(7), pp. 857-878.
McCabe, Angela C., Parker, Rachel L., & Cox, Stephen (2015) The ceiling to coproduction in university-industry research collaboration. HERD: Higher Education Research & Development. (In Press)
Pakenham, Kenneth I. & Cox, Stephen (2014) The effects of parental illness and other ill family members on the adjustment of children. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 48(3), pp. 424-437.
Pakenham, Kenneth & Cox, Stephen (2014) Comparisons between youth of a parent with MS and a control group on adjustment, caregiving, attachment and family functioning. Psychology and Health, 29(1), pp. 1-15.
Cox, Stephen D. & Pakenham, Kenneth I. (2014) Confirmatory factor analysis and invariance testing of the Young Carer of Parents Inventory (YCOPI). Rehabilitation Psychology, 59(4), pp. 439-452.
Parker, Rachel L., Cox, Stephen D., & Thompson, Paul (2014) How technological change affects power relations in global markets : remote developers in the console and mobile games industry. Environment and Planning A, 46(1), pp. 168-185.
Parker, Rachel L. & Cox, Stephen D. (2013) Power relations and small and medium-sized enterprise strategies for capturing value in global production networks: visual effects (VFX) service firm in the Hollywood film industry. Regional Studies, 47(7), pp. 1095-1110.
Pakenham, Kenneth I. & Cox, Stephen (2012) Test of a model of the effects of parental illness on youth and family functioning. Health Psychology, 31(5), pp. 580-590.
Hamilton, Kyra, Cox, Stephen, & White, Katherine M. (2012) Testing a model of physical activity among mothers and fathers of young children: integrating self-determined motivation, planning, and the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 34(1), pp. 124-145.
Pakenham, Kenneth I. & Cox, Stephen D. (2012) The nature of caregiving in children of a parent with multiple sclerosis from multiple sources and the associations between caregiving activities and youth adjustment overtime. Psychology and Health, 27(3), pp. 324-346.
Walsh, Shari P., White, Katherine M., Cox, Stephen, & Young, Ross McD. (2011) Keeping in constant touch : the predictors of young Australians’ mobile phone involvement. Computers in Human Behavior, 27(1), pp. 333-342.
Cox, Stephen D., Pakenham, Kenneth I., & Cole, Sally (2010) A test of the job demands : resources model with HIV/AIDS volunteers. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 9(4), pp. 332-355.
Pakenham, Kenneth I. & Cox, Stephen (2009) The dimensional structure of benefit finding in multiple sclerosis and relations with positive and negative adjustment: A longitudinal study. Psychology & Health, 24(4), pp. 373-393.
Pakenham, Kenneth I. & Cox, Stephen (2008) Development of the benefit finding in multiple sclerosis (MS) caregiving scale: A longitudinal study of relations between benefit finding and adjustment. British Journal of Health Psychology, 13(4), pp. 583-602.
Thompson, Paul, Parker, Rachel L., & Cox, Stephen D. (2009) Networks in the shadow of markets and hierarchies : calling the shots in the visual effects industry. In Proceedings of : EGOS 2009 : 25th European Group for Organizational Studies Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
Cox, Stephen D., Ninan, Abraham, Hearn, Gregory N., Roodhouse, Simon C., & Cunningham, Stuart D. (2004) Queensland Music Industry Basics: People, Businesses and Markets. CIRAC, Creative Industries Faculty, QUT.
Cunningham, Stuart D., Hearn, Gregory N., Cox, Stephen D., Ninan, Abraham, & Keane, Micheal A. (2003) Brisbane's Creative Industries 2003.