The Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities was formed on 1 July 2020 with the amalgamation of the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts. Two schools from the latter - Law and ANCORS - moved across to the new Faculty of Business and Law. Related series: Faculty of Social Sciences - Papers (Archive) and Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive).


Submissions from 2020

Extraversion in sport: a scoping review, Mark S. Allen, Erin Mison, Davina Robson, and Sylvain Laborde

Personality and Sexual Orientation: New Data and Meta-analysis, Mark S. Allen and Davina Robson


The Summary of an Urdu Version of Diabetes Self-Care Activities Measure: Psychometric Evaluation and Validation, Rashid Ansari, Mark Harris, Hassan Hosseinzadeh, and Nicholas Zwar

Determining what expert piano sight-readers have in common, P F. Arthur, Eleanor A. McPhee, and D Blom

Development Banks: Washington Consensus, Beijing Consensus or Banking Consensus?, Adrian R. Bazbauers and Susan N. Engel

Exploring the Relations between Social Support and Social Identity in Adolescent Male Athletes, Mark Bruner, Colin McLaren, Christian Swann, Matthew Schweickle, Andrew Alexis Miller, Alex Benson, Lauren Gardner, Jordan T. Sutcliffe, and Stewart A. Vella


Exploring the knowledge translation of domestic violence research: A literature review, Jacqui J. Cameron, Cathy Humphreys, Anita Kothari, and Kelsey Hegarty

Musculoskeletal disorders in aged care workers: a systematic review of contributing factors and interventions, Carlo Capponecchia, Robyn Coman, Vinodkumar Gopaldasani, Elizabeth C. Mayland, and Luka Campbell


GP awareness, practice, knowledge and confidence: evaluation of the first nation-wide dementia-focused continuing medical education program in Australia, Anne Casey, M Mofizul Islam, Heike Schutze, Anne Parkinson, Laurann Yen, Allan Shell, Margaret Winbolt, and Henry Brodaty


End-of-life cancer care resource utilisation in rural versus urban settings: A systematic review, Jessica Cerni, Joel J. Rhee, and Hassan Hosseinzadeh

“Have you ever had an intention?”: The Postmodern Condition and the Failure of Epiphany in Michael John LaChiusa’s Little Fish, Mara Lazzarotto Davis

Prestimulus alpha and beta contributions to equiprobable Go/NoGo processing in healthy ageing, Frances M. De Blasio and Robert J. Barry

Belonging and segregation – the oxymoron of the special school, Shoshana J. Dreyfus

Sweden, Joakim Eidenfalk


Impact of Residential Green Space on Sleep Quality and Sufficiency in Children and Adolescents Residing in Australia and Germany, Xiaoqi Feng, Claudia Flexeder, Iana Markevych, Marie Standl, Joachim Heinrich, Tamara Schikowski, Sibylle Koletzko, Gunda Herberth, Carl-Peter Bauer, Andrea von Berg, Dietrich Berdel, and Thomas E. Astell-Burt

Depression and Incident HIV in Adolescent Girls and Young Women in HIV Prevention Trials Network 068: Targets for Prevention and Mediating Factors, Dana Goin, Rebecca Pearson, Michelle Craske, Alan Stein, Audrey Pettifor, Sheri Lippman, Kathleen Kahn, Torsten Neilands, Erica Hamilton, Amanda Selin, Catherine L. Mac Phail, Ryan Wagner, Francesc Gomez-Olive, Rhian Twine, James Hughes, Yaw Agyei, Oliver Laeyendecker, Stephen Tollman, and Jennifer Ahern

Anatomy of psychology practitioner competence: Clustering approach reveals the hierarchical organization of competencies, Craig Gonsalvez, Frank P. Deane, Josephine Terry, and Chien Hoong

Perceptions of loneliness among people accessing treatment for substance use disorders, Isabella Ingram, Peter James Kelly, Frank P. Deane, Amanda Baker, and Genevieve Dingle

Reducing loneliness among people with substance use disorders: Feasibility of ‘Groups for Belonging’, Isabella Ingram, Peter James Kelly, Catherine Haslam, Owen O'Neil, Frank P. Deane, Amanda Baker, and Genevieve Dingle

The Role of Health Literacy on the Self-Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Systematic Review, Cynthia Jeganathan and Hassan Hosseinzadeh

Sexual Citizenship in Comparative Perspective, Carol Johnson and Vera Mackie

Mobilising control and dissent: navigating the digital landscape in a remote Aboriginal community, Kishan A. Kariippanon and Glen Gurruwiwi

Semantic feature effect in verbal short-term memory, Bao Xia Mabel Lau, Steven J. Roodenrys, and Leonie M. Miller


Regulating children's exposure to food marketing on television: are the restrictions during children's programmes enough?, Ziva Lavrisa, Hristo Hristov, Bridget Kelly, and Igor Pravst

Model-based analysis on systemic availability of co-administered cannabinoids after controlled vaporised administration, Zheng Liu, Peter Galettis, Samantha J. Broyd, Hendrika H. van Hell, Lisa-Marie Greenwood, Peter de Krey, Amy Steigler, Xiao Zhu, Jennifer J. Schneider, Nadia Solowij, and Jennifer H. Martin

Understanding Canadian Health Technology Assessment through a systems lens, Edilene Lopes, Jacqueline M. Street, Drew Carter, Tracy Merlin, and Tania Stafinski

Murder and the Working Lives of Chinese Male Servants in Colonial Singapore, 1910s–1930s, Claire K. Lowrie

Cyber vulnerability, Brian Martin

Law versus science, Brian Martin


Official channels, Brian Martin

Research grants and agenda shaping, Brian Martin


Tactics against scheming diseases, Brian Martin

Rewriting 'herstory': Sasha Velour's drag as art and activism, Renee Middlemost


Measuring the shadows: A systematic review of chronic emptiness in borderline personality disorder, Caitlin Miller, Michelle L. Townsend, Nicholas Day, and Brin F. S Grenyer

Implicit bias, stereotype threat, and seeing‐as: An alternative to "alief” as an explanation of reason‐recalcitrant behaviours, Talia Morag


How do patients and the public understand overtesting and overdiagnosis? A protocol for a thematic meta-synthesis of qualitative research, Tomas Rozbroj, Romi Haas, Denise O'Connor, Rae Thomas, Kirsten McCaffery, Stacy M. Carter, and Rachelle Buchbinder


Between Ecological Psychology and Enactivism: Is There Resonance?, Kevin Ryan and Shaun Gallagher

Clutch performance in sport and exercise: a systematic review, Matthew Schweickle, Christian Swann, Patricia C. Jackman, and Stewart A. Vella


Agency From a Radical Embodied Standpoint: An Ecological-Enactive Proposal, Miguel Segundo Ortin

Waitresses at sea: gender, race and service labour on ocean liners, c.1930s–1960s, Frances Steel


An Intervention for Mental Health Literacy and Resilience in Organized Sports, Stewart A. Vella, Christian Swann, Marijka Batterham, Katherine Boydell, Simon Eckermann, Helen Ferguson, Andrea Fogarty, Diarmuid Hurley, Sarah Liddle, Chris Lonsdale, Andrew Miller, Michael Noetel, Anthony D. Okely, Taren Sanders, Matthew Schweickle, Joanne Telenta, and Frank P. Deane

Submissions from 2018

Feeling good? Pride, shame, and being Australian, Mara Lazzarotto Davis