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2009Student perspectives of assessment: Considering what assessment means to learnersLiem, Arief; Brown, Gavin; McInerney, Dennis M; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - ResearchStudent perspectives of assessment: Considering what assessment means to learners in Student Perspectives on Assessment: What Students Can Tell Us About Assessment for Learning, Information Age Publishing, 2009, pp. 1-21
2012Teachers' workplace well-being: Exploring a process model of goal orientation, coping behavior, engagement, and burnoutColmar, Susan; Liem, Arief; Martin, Andrew; Parker, Philip; School Development & Learning; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; School Development & LearningTeachers' workplace well-being: Exploring a process model of goal orientation, coping behavior, engagement, and burnout, Teaching and Teacher Education, vol.28, 4, 2012,pp 503-513
2009The use of partial least squares (PLS) path modeling analysis in a cross-cultural investigation into the relationships of values, classroom cultural climate and learning approachLiem, Arief; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - ResearchThe use of partial least squares (PLS) path modeling analysis in a cross-cultural investigation into the relationships of values, classroom cultural climate and learning approach in The Process of Research in Education: A Festschrift in Honour of John P. Keeves AM, Shannon Research Press, 2009, pp. 371-406
2010What happens to physical activity behavior, motivation, self-concept, and flow after completing school? A longitudinal studyCoffey, Leandra; Liem, Arief; Martin, Andrew; Martinez, Carissa; Parker, Philip; Jackson, Susan; Marsh, Herbert W.; Education and Social Work - Research; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; School Development & Learning; Fac Ed & Soc Wk - Research; Education and Social Work - ResearchWhat happens to physical activity behavior, motivation, self-concept, and flow after completing school? A longitudinal study, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, vol.22, 4,pp 437-457