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Lang, Cathryne P., Tay, Richard S., Watson, Barry C., Edmonston, Colin J., & O'Connor, Erin L. (2003) Drink walking: An examination of the related behaviour and attitudes of young people. In 2003 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference - From Research to Action: Conference Proceedings, Sydney, Australia.
Watson, Barry C., Tunnicliff, Deborah J., Manderson, Jane L., & O'Connor, Erin L. (2004) The Safety of International Visitors on Australian Roads - a Joint Report. CARRS-Q Monograph Series, 2. CARRS-Q, Carseldine, Qld.
O'Connor, Erin L., Tay, Richard S., Watson, Barry C., Edmonston, Colin J., & Lang, Cathryne P. (2004) Drink-walking: An examination of the related behaviour and attitudes of young people in Queensland. In The NSW Local Government Road Safety Conference, September 2004.
O'Connor, Erin L. & Sullivan, Karen A. (2007) Diagnosis and treatment without a client: The challenge of creating client-based learning opportunities in undergraduate psychology. In Effective Teaching and Learning Conference : Preparing Students for Work in the Real World, 1-2 November 2007, Queensland University of Technology.
O'Connor, Erin Leigh (2007) Health innovation adoption : the role of attitudes, control, and risk appraisal. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
O'Connor, Erin L., Hansen, Julie A., & White, Katherine M. (2008) Improving the 'work readiness' of undergraduate psychology students through a final-year volunteer placement. In Effective Teaching and Learning Conference, 30-31 October 2008, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
O'Connor, Erin L. & Hansen, Julie A. (2008) Why Psychology? Clarifying the expectations of first-year students. In 3rd International Conference on Teaching of Psychology, 12-16 July 2008, St Petersburg, Russia. (Unpublished)
Longman, Huon, O'Connor, Erin L., & Obst, Patricia L. (2009) The effect of social support derived from World of Warcraft on negative psychological symptoms. CyberPsychology and Behavior, 12(5), pp. 563-566.
O'Connor, Erin L., Hansen, Julie A., & Thorne, Gregory (2009) Introducing first year students to psychology in professional contexts. In First Year Experience Symposium, 6th -7th February, 2009, QUT Kelvin Grove, Brisbane. (In Press)
O'Connor, Erin Leigh & Hansen, Julie A. (2009) Clarifying expectations of psychology students through professional engagement : a case study. In McCarthy, Sherri, Karandashev, Victor, Stevens, Michael, Thatcher, Andrew, Jaafar, Jas, Moore, Kate, et al. (Eds.) Teaching Psychology Around the World: Volume 2. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, UK, pp. 247-265.
O'Connor, Erin L. & White, Katherine M. (2009) Intentions and willingness to use complementary and alternative medicines : what potential patients believe about CAMs. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, 15, pp. 136-140.
White, Katherine M., Hyde, Melissa K., O'Connor, Erin L., Naumann, Lisa, & Hawkes, Anna L. (2010) Testing a belief-based intervention encouraging sun safety among adolescents in a high risk area. Preventive Medicine, 51(3-4), pp. 325-328.
O'Connor, Erin L. & White, Katherine M. (2010) Willingness to trial functional foods and vitamin supplements: the role of attitudes, subjective norms, and dread of risks. Food Quality and Preference, 21(1), pp. 75-81.
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.
White, Katherine M., O'Connor, Erin L., & Hamilton, Kyra (2011) Ingroup and role identity influences on the initiation and maintenance of students' voluntary attendance at peer study sessions for statistics. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 81(2), pp. 325-343.
O'Connor, Erin L. & Hansen, Julie A. (2011) Introductions to the profession : curricular approach. In Australian Psychological Society Conference, 4-7 October 2011, Canberra, ACT. (Unpublished)
Franz, Jill M., Larkin, Ingrid K., Brough, Dean, O'Connor, Erin L., Wright, Natalie, & Zelenko, Oksana (2012) Developing authentic professional knowledge through transformative community engagement in an interdisciplinary service learning project. In Campbell, Matthew (Ed.) Collaborative education: Investing in the future - Proceedings of the 2012 Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) National Conference, Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) , Geelong, pp. 94-97.
O'Connor, Erin Leigh, Smith, Judith E., Crane, Philip R., Brough, Dean, Shaw, Natasha, Franz, Jill M., et al. (2013) Valuing student and community voices in the university : action research as a framework for community service-learning. Action Learning Action Research Journal, 18(2), pp. 123-159.
Lum, Michelle, Garnett, Michelle, & O'Connor, Erin (2014) Health communication: A pilot study comparing perceptions of women with and without high functioning autism spectrum disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 8(12), pp. 1713-1721.
Bates, Lyndel, Nguyen, Hieu, Sawhney, Jappan, & O'Connor, Erin L. (2014) The effect of work-integrated learning in highlighting the complexity of work : a pilot study of work self-efficacy. In Moore, K. (Ed.) Work Integrated Learning : Building capacity - Conference Proceedings of the 2014 ACEN National Conference, Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) Limited, Tweed Heads, NSW, pp. 21-25.
Lodge, Jason, O'Connor, Erin, Shaw, Rhonda, & Burton, Lorelle (2015) Applying Cognitive Science to Critical Thinking among Higher Education Students. In Davies, Martin & Barnett, Ronald (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Thinking in Higher Education. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 391-407.
O'Connor, Erin L., Longman, Huon, White, Katherine M., & Obst, Patricia L. (2015) Sense of community, social identity and social support among players of massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs): A qualitative analysis. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25(6), pp. 459-473.
O'Connor, Erin, Obst, Patricia, Furlong, Michele, & Hansen, Julie (2015) Using the TARL Model in Psychology: Supporting First and Final Year Students to Compose Reflections. In Ryan, Mary E. (Ed.) Teaching Reflective Learning in Higher Education: A Systematic Approach Using Pedagogic Patterns. Springer International Publishing, Chum, Switzerland, pp. 77-91.