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Moss, Nathan D., Hamilton, Kyra, White, Katherine M., & Hansen, Julie (2015) The changing motivations of students’ use of lecture podcasts across a semester: An extended theory of planned behaviour approach. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 52(6), pp. 599-609.
Hallgren, Mats, Moss, Nathan, & Gastin, Paul (2010) Regular exercise participation mediates the affective response to acute bouts of vigorous exercise. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 9(4), pp. 629-637.
Moss, Nathan D., O'Connor, Erin L., & White, Katherine M. (2010) Psychosocial predictors of the use of enhanced podcasting in student learning. Computers in Human Behavior, 26(3), pp. 302-309.
Tones, Megan J. & Moss, Nathan D. (2007) The impact of patient self assessment of deformity on HRQL in adults with scoliosis. Scoliosis, 2(14).
Tones, Megan J., Moss, Nathan D., & Polly, David W. (2006) A Review of Quality of Life and Psychosocial Issues in Scoliosis. Spine: an international journal for the study of the spine, 31(26), pp. 3027-3038.
Moss, Nathan D. (2006) Open the Pod Bay Doors. Directions in education : an independent policy advisory service for leaders in education, 15(20), p. 1.
Moss, Nathan D., Clarke, J. Christopher, & Kehoe, E. James (2002) Paradoxical effects of hedonic disparities in negative anticipatory contrast. Physiology and Behavior, 75(4), pp. 435-442.
Nolan, Kylie J., McGee, David J., Mitchell, Hazel M., Kolesnikow, Tassia, Harro, Janette M., O'Rourke, Jani, et al. (2002) In vivo behavior of a Helicobacter pylori SS1 nixA mutant with reduced urease activity. Infection and Immunity, 70(2), pp. 685-691.
Mitchell, Andrew J., Moss, Nathan D., & Collins, Andrew M. (2002) The biological activity of serum IgE changes over the course of a primary response. Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, 55(1), pp. 33-43.
Cornell, Elaine & Moss, Nathan D. (2002) Testing VA: Do symmetrical charts make a difference? Australian Orthoptic Journal, 36, pp. 21-22.
Islam, Abul F. M. W., Moss, Nathan D., Dai, Yung, Smith, Murray S. R., Collins, Andrew M., & Jackson, Graeme D. (2000) Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Biliary Factors Enhance Invasion of Salmonella enteritidis in a Rat Model. Infection and Immunity, 68(1), pp. 1-5.
Salah, Abbey, Thompson, Kathryn, Cornell, Elaine, & Moss, Nathan D. (2000) Negavative vergence training and its effect on the divergence range and hererophoria size. Australian Orthoptic Journal, 35, pp. 13-21.
Moss, Nathan D. & Jolly, Neryla (2000) The need for evidence based practice (Editorial). Australian Orthoptic Journal, 35, p. 1.
Carr, Stuart C., Purcell, Ian P., Bolitho, Floyd H., Moss, Nathan D., & Brew, Susan E. (1999) Managing attitudes toward high achievers: The influence of group discussion. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2(2), pp. 237-244.
Wozniak, Helena P., Kelly, Megan, Glover, Samantha, & Moss, Nathan,D (1999) The effect of room illumination on visual acuity measurement. Australian Orthoptic Journal, 34, pp. 3-8.
Moss, Nathan D. & Dadds, Mark R. (1991) Body weight attributions and eating self-efficacy in adolescence, Addictive Behaviors. Addictive Behaviors, 16(1-2), pp. 71-78.
Moss, Nathan D. (2006) Casting a wide net: technical challenges of podcasting within a "Standard Operating Environment". In Conference proceedings of OLT 2006: Learning on the move, 2006, Brisbane.
Jolly, Neryla, Moss, Nathan D., Silveira, Sue, Benson, M., & Blanchette, S. (1999) The effects of minimal field defects upon on-road driving performance. In Proceedings of the Vehicles and Vision Conference, Boston, USA.