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Wilson, Lee-Ann M., White, Katherine M., & Hamilton, Kyra (2013) Predicting psychologists’ intentions to integrate complementary and alternative therapies (CAT) into their practice. Australian Psychologist, 48(2), pp. 149-158.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Hamilton, Kyra, & White, Katherine M. (2012) Psychology students’ beliefs about integrating Complementary and Alternative Therapy (CAT) into their future psychology practice. Psychology, 3(2), pp. 208-212.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Giles-Corti, Billie, & Turrell, Gavin (2012) The association between objectively measured neighbourhood features and walking for transport in mid-aged adults. Local Environment, 17(2), pp. 131-146.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Hamilton, Kyra, & White, Katherine M. (2012) Students’ beliefs about willingness to access complementary and alternative therapies (CAT) training for future integration into psychology practice. ISRN Education, 2012.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M. & White, Katherine M. (2011) Integrating complementary and alternative therapies into psychological practice : A qualitative analysis. Australian Journal of Psychology, 63(4), pp. 232-242.
Barnett, Adrian G., Plonka, Kathryn, Seow, W. Kim, Wilson, Lee-Ann M., & Hansen, Craig A. (2011) Increased traffic exposure and negative birth outcomes : a prospective cohort in Australia. Environmental Health, 10(1), p. 26.
Turrell, Gavin, Haynes, Michele, O'Flaherty, Martin, Burton, Nicola, Giskes, Katrina, Giles-Corti, Billie, et al. (2011) Test-retest reliability of perceptions of the neighborhood environment for physical activity by socioeconomic status. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 8(6), pp. 829-840.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Giles-Corti, Billie, Burton, Nicola, Giskes, Katrina M., Haynes, Michele, & Turrell, Gavin (2011) The association between objectively measured neighborhood features and walking in middle-aged adults. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25(4), e12-e21.
Wilson, Lee-Ann, White, Katherine, & Obst, Patricia (2011) An examination of the psychologists' attitudes towards complementary and alternative therapies scale within a practitioner sample. Australian Psychologist, 46(4), pp. 237-244.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Turrell, Gavin, Strodl, Esben, & Giskes, Katrina M. (2010) Addressing sustainable living using a collaborative approach and multi-disciplinary techniques. The International Journal of Climate Change : Impacts and Responses, 2(3), pp. 77-86.
Turrell, Gavin, Haynes, Michele, Burton, Nicola, Giles-Corti, Billie, Oldenburg, Brian, Wilson, Lee-Ann M., et al. (2010) Neighborhood disadvantage and physical activity : baseline results from the HABITAT multilevel longitudinal study. Annals of Epidemiology, 20(3), pp. 171-181.
Burton, Nicola, Haynes, Michele, Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Giles-Corti, Billie, Oldenburg, Brian, Brown, Wendy J., et al. (2009) HABITAT : a longitudinal multilevel study of physical acitvity change in mid-aged adults. B M C Public Health, 9(76), pp. 1-11.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M. & White, Katherine M. (2007) Development of an Attitudes Towards Complementary Therapies Scale for Psychologists. Clinical Psychologist, 11(2), pp. 37-44.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M., Strodl, Esben, & Turrell, Gavin (2011) Identifying the beliefs which predict environmentally friendly behaviour in the Brisbane area : a foundation for informed interventions. In 4th Healthy Cities : Making Cities Liveable Conference, 27-29 July 2011, Outrigger Resort & Spa, Noosa, QLD.
Wilson, Lee-Ann M. & White, Katherine M. (2008) Identifying the Attitudinal, Normative, and Control Beliefs Underlying Psychologists' Willingness to Integrate Complementary and Alternative Therapies into Psychological Practice. In Summers, J. (Ed.) Psychology Leading Change 2008: Proceedings of the 43rd APS annual conference, September 23-27, 2008, Hobart.
Wilson, Lee-Ann Margaret (2012) A cross-discipline and collaborative approach to identifying the predictors of environmentally friendly and health protective behaviour. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.