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2003A biopsychosocial model of pain and depression in rheumatoid arthritis: a 12-month longitudinal studyAdamson, Barbara; Covic, Tanya; Spencer, David; Howe, G; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Law Extension CommitteeA biopsychosocial model of pain and depression in rheumatoid arthritis: a 12-month longitudinal study, Rheumatology (Print Edition), vol.42,(N/A),2003,pp 1287-1294
2006Depression in rheumatoid arthritis patients: demographic, clinical, and psychological predictors.Spencer, David; Covic, Tanya; Howe, Graydon; Tyson, Graham A.; Law Extension CommitteeDepression in rheumatoid arthritis patients: demographic, clinical, and psychological predictors., Journal of Psychosomatic Research, vol.60,(5),2006,pp 469-476
2003Health science students' time organization and management skills: a cross-disciplinary investigationAdamson, Barbara; Covic, Tanya; Kench, Peter; Lincoln, Michelle; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Medical Radiation Sciences; Communication DisordersHealth science students' time organization and management skills: a cross-disciplinary investigation, Medical Teacher, vol.25,(1),2003,pp 47-53
2007Is the essay resubmission option a formative or a summative assessment and does it matter as long as the grades improve?Jones, Mairwen; Covic, Tanya; Disability and CommunityIs the essay resubmission option a formative or a summative assessment and does it matter as long as the grades improve?, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, vol.33, 1, 2007,pp 75-85
2006Pain and Anxiety and Cognitive Function in Rheumatoid Arthritis PatientsCumming, Steven; Covic, Tanya; Behavioural and Social Sciences in HealthPain and Anxiety and Cognitive Function in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients, Stress and Anxiety Research Society 27th International Conference, vol.2006,(),2006,pp 75-75
2004Perceptions Of Stress, Time Management And Coping Strategies Of Speech Pathology Students On Clinical PlacementAdamson, Barbara; Covic, Tanya; Lincoln, Michelle; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; Communication DisordersPerceptions Of Stress, Time Management And Coping Strategies Of Speech Pathology Students On Clinical Placement, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, vol.6,(2),2004,pp 91-99
2009Psychometric analysis of the Self-Harm Inventory using Rasch modellingCumming, Steven; Covic, Tanya; Latimer, Shane; Tennant, Alan; Disability and CommunityPsychometric analysis of the Self-Harm Inventory using Rasch modelling, BMC Psychiatry, vol.9, N/A, 2009,pp 53-1-53-9
2007Research-led curriculum development in time and organisational management skills at the Faculty of Health SciencesAdamson, Barbara; Covic, Tanya; Kench, Peter; Lincoln, Michelle; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Medical Radiation Sciences; Communication DisordersResearch-led curriculum development in time and organisational management skills at the Faculty of Health Sciences in Transforming a university: the scholarship of teaching and learning in practice, University of Sydney Press, 2007, pp. 197-207
2002The role of passive coping and helplessness in rheumatoid arthritis depression and painAdamson, Barbara; Covic, Tanya; Howe, G; Spencer, D; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; Behavioural & Comm Hlth SciencThe role of passive coping and helplessness in rheumatoid arthritis depression and pain, Journal of Applied Health Behaviour, vol.4,(1 & 2),2002,pp 31-35
2004Teaching Time And Organisational Skills To First Year Health Science Students: Does Training Make A Difference?Adamson, Barbara; Covic, Tanya; Lincoln, Michelle; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; Behavioural & Comm Hlth Scienc; Communication DisordersTeaching Time And Organisational Skills To First Year Health Science Students: Does Training Make A Difference?, Journal of Further and Higher Education, vol.28,(3),2004,pp 261-276