Volume 5 (2005)

Adolescent autonomy: Desire, achievement and disobeying parents between early and late adolescence
Manuela Fleming
Pages 1-16
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The development of a scale to measure empathy in 8- and 9-year old children
Alison F. Garton & Eyal Gringart
Pages 17-25
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Development of a measure of humour appreciation
Maria P. Y. Chik,  C. S. Benjamin Leung & Geoffrey N. Molloy
Pages 26-31
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Concurrent validity of selected movement skill items in the New Zealand Ministry of Education's Health and Physical Education Assessment
Motohide Miyahara & Jenny Clarkson
Pages 32-39
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Incongruity as a universal component of humor appreciation: Some Hong Kong data
Maria P. Y. Chik,  Geoffrey N. Molloy & C. S. Benjamin Leung
Pages 40-54
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Empirical evidence for multiple goals: A gender-based, senior high school student perspective
Lorraine Smith & Kenneth E. Sinclair
Pages 55-70
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The Child Anxiety Scale as a potential screening device for bullying in young children
John S. Gillis, Natalie Nadeau & Marvin Claybourne
Pages 71-76
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Behaviour problems scross home and kindergarten in an Australian sample
Maite Herrera & Emma Little 
Pages 77-90
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Investigating moderators of test-retest reliability in screening children's cognitive functioning
Fiona H. Spencer & Laurel J. Bornholt
pages 91-106
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Exploring adolescent motivations for pursuing maths-related careers
Helen M. G. Watt
Pages 107-116
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Analysis of asynchronous online discussion using the SOLO Taxonomy
Kathryn Holmes
Pages 117-127
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Promoting positive interactions between mothers and their at-risk young children
Jennifer Stephenson, Andrew J. Martin & Ken W. Linfoot
Pages 128-137
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Review of Y. Carter (2005) Beginning reading: A balanced approach to literacy instruction during the first three years, Allen & Unwin
Christine Weckert
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Review of J. Bennet-Ley, G. Butler, M. Fennell, A. Hackmann, M. Mueller and D. Westbrook (Eds.) (2004).  Oxford guide to behavioural experiments in Cognitive Therapy, Oxford University Press
Jill Scevak
Pages 140-141
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