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White, Katherine M., Thomas, Ian C., Johnston, Kim L., & Hyde, Melissa K. (2008) Predicting Attendance at Peer-Assisted Study Sessions for Statistics: Role Identity and the Theory of Planned Behavior. Journal of Social Psychology, 148(4), pp. 473-491.
Johnston, Kim L., White, Katherine M., & Norman, Paul (2004) An examination of the individual difference approach to the role of norms in the theory of reasoned action. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34(12), pp. 2524-2549.
Johnston, Kim L. & White, Katherine M. (2004) Beliefs underlying binge-drinking in young female undergraduate students: A theory of planned behaviour perspective. Youth Studies Australia, 23(2), pp. 22-30.
Johnston, Kim L. & White, Katy M. (2003) Binge-drinking: A test of the role of group norms in the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Psychology and Health, 18, pp. 63-77.
Wilks, Jeffrey, Watson, Barry C., Johnston, Kim L., & Hansen, Julie A. (1999) International drivers in unfamiliar surroundings: The problem of disorientation. Travel Medicine International, 17(6), pp. 162-167.
Watson, Barry C., Wilks, Jeffrey, Hansen, Julie A., & Johnston, Kim L. (1999) Factors contributing to crashes involving international drivers in Queensland. In of the 1999 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, 1999, Canberra.