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    • New Zealand National Gambling Study: 2018 Participant Re-contact and Implications for a 2019 Interview Wave

      Bellringer, M; Garrett, N; Abbott, M (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Introduction The National Gambling Study (NGS) is a nationally representative longitudinal survey of adults aged 18 years and older, designed to provide information on the prevalence, incidence, nature and effects of ...
    • Comparing an Additional High-risk Gambler Cohort With National Gambling Study High-risk Gamblers. NGS Series Report Number 7

      Bellringer, M; Prah, P; Garrett, N; Abbott, M (Gambling and Addictions Research Centre, Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      Background The New Zealand National Gambling Study (NGS) is a nationally representative longitudinal survey of adults aged 18 years and older. The purpose of the NGS is to provide information on the prevalence, incidence, ...
    • Including Gaming Disorder in the ICD-11: The Need to Do so From a Clinical and Public Health Perspective

      Rumpf, H-J; Achab, S; Billieux, J; Bowden-Jones, H; Carragher, N; Demetrovics, Z; Higuchi, S; King, DL; Mann, K; Potenza, M; Saunders, JB; Abbott, M; Ambekar, A; Aricak, OT; Assanangkornchai, S; Bahar, N; Borges, G; Brand, M; Chan, EM-L; Chung, T; Derevensky, J; Kashef, AE; Farrell, M; Fineberg, NA; Gandin, C; Gentile, DA; Griffiths, MD; Goudriaan, AE; Grall-Bronnec, M; Hao, W; Hodgins, DC; Ip, P; Király, O; Lee, HK; Kuss, D; Lemmens, JS; Long, J; Lopez-Fernandez, O; Mihara, S; Petry, NM; Pontes, HM; Rahimi-Movaghar, A; Rehbein, F; Rehm, J; Scafato, E; Sharma, M; Spritzer, D; Stein, DJ; Tam, P; Weinstein, A; Wittchen, H-U; Wölfling, K; Zullino, D; Poznyak, V (Akadémiai Kiadó Zrt, 2018)
      The proposed introduction of gaming disorder (GD) in the 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) has led to a lively debate over the past year. ...
    • Naming the Early Childhood Professional: Artefacts, Childish Pursuits and Critical Questions

      Gibbons, A (Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This article addresses the problem of naming those who work with children in early childhood education setting. The article works through some perceived problems associated with shifting boundaries in the profession of ...
    • Multiple Source Location Estimation on a Dataset of Real Recordings in a Wireless Acoustic Sensor Network

      Alexandridis, A; Griffin, A; Mouchtaris, A (IEEE, 2018)
      Recently, wireless acoustic sensor networks (WASNs) have received significant attention from the research community and a variety of methods have been proposed for numerous applications, such as location estimation and ...
    • Becoming Iconic

      King, B (Annenberg School, University of Southern California, 2018)
      Contemporary popular journalism and cultural commentary are marked by the widespread proliferation of the term “iconic” in a way that departs from its traditional, sacred meaning, albeit carrying the aura of the former ...
    • Conceptual Framework of Harmful Gambling: Third Edition

      Abbott, MW; Binde, P; Clark, L; Hodgins, DC; Johnson, MR; Manitowabi, D; Quilty, LC; Spangberg, J; Volberg, RA; Walker, DM; Williams, RJ (Gambling Research Exchange Ontario Gambling Research Exchange Ontario (GREO), 2018)
      Although it is seen by many as a form of leisure and recreation, gambling can have serious repercussions for individuals, families, and society as a whole. The harmful effects of gambling have been studied for decades in ...
    • Reconceptualizing the Notion of Relations Underlying Performance Measurement Models: Implications for Research

      Islam, S (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016)
      Purpose: The objective of this paper is to reconceptualize the notion of relations underlying performance measurement models (PMMs) and explicate the ample exciting research opportunities that this reconceptualized viewpoint ...
    • Business Models and the Managerial Sensemaking Process

      Islam, S (Wiley, 2019)
      This study examines the managerial sensemaking process around business models. Drawing on fieldwork, this study introduces a model to describe how managerial sensemaking occurs around business model development and use. ...
    • A Practitioner’s Guide to the Design of Strategy Map Frameworks

      Islam, S (Emerald, 2018)
      Purpose: The purpose of this study is to synthesise the prior literature on strategy maps to develop a practitioner’s guide to the design of strategy map frameworks. Robert Kaplan and David Norton introduced the strategy ...
    • An Efficient Gateway Routing Scheme for Disaster Recovery Scenario

      Sarkar, N; Mahiddin, NA (2019)
      Natural disaster can strike at any time and can ruin large regions damaging houses, buildings, as well as physical communication infrastructure. Therefore, a network backup is essential in the disaster recovery areas as ...
    • A Mode Selection Algorithm for Mitigating Interference in D2D Enabled Next-generation Heterogeneous Cellular Networks

      Kamaruzzaman,, M; Sarkar, NI; Gutierrez, J; Ray, SK (IEEE, 2019)
      Device-to-Device (D2D) communication is becoming more popular research topic among the network researchers and engineers across the globe This popularity is due to various key applications of D2D communications including ...
    • Gigabit Ethernet with Wireless Extension: OPNET Modelling and Performance Study

      Sarkar, NI; Gul, S; Anderton, B (IEEE, 2019)
      Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) backbone network with wireless extension is gaining much popularity in campus, small businesses, and corporate network environments worldwide. A good understanding on the impact of wireless extension ...
    • Vulnerability and Risk Assessment of XEN Hypervisor

      Litchfield, A; Shahzad, A (AIS, 2018)
      A vulnerability prediction and risk assessment process for the Xen hypervisor that predicts the number of vulnerabilities and levels of risk a specific software version provides is presented. The hypervisor is a key component ...
    • Head Impact Monitoring: What New Methodologies Could Do for Concussion Biomechanics

      Hume, P; Le Flao, E; King, D (International Society for Biomechanics in Sports (ISBS), 2018)
      Concussion has become a world-wide concern for sports participants. In-vivo head impacts monitoring has long been proposed as a way of identifying and even helping to prevent concussions. Several head impact devices were ...
    • Diffuse Solar Potential of Facades in an Urban Context Under Different Sky Conditions

      ur Rehman, N; Anderson, T; Nates, R (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2018)
      This paper presents an advance in a method to evaluate the diffuse solar potential on facades in the urban environment. The proposed method is suitable to work in both the isotropic and anisotropic sky conditions. It employs ...
    • Understanding Student Absenteeism in Undergraduate Engineering Programmes

      Bakrania, S; Whittington, C; Anderson, T; Nates, R (Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE), 2018)
      CONTEXT Correlation between student attendance and eventual performance is well documented in the literature. Even with increasing access to compatible web-based resources or lecture recordings, traditional face-to-face ...
    • Analyzing Multiple Vector Autoregressions Through Matrix-variate Normal Distribution With Two Covariance Matrices

      Wichitaksorn, N (SSRN-Elsevier, 2018)
      This paper proposes a new approach to analyze multiple vector autoregressive (VAR) models that render us a newly constructed matrix autoregressive (MtAR) model based on a matrix-variate normal distribution with two covariance ...
    • Researching Ngā Kōti Rangatahi –Youth Courts on Marae: Koia te Hāngaitanga?: That’s the Right Way?

      Black, SA; Kidd, J; Thom, K; Mills, A; McIntosh, T; Quince, K (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research (WMIER), 2017)
      Researching in a complex-cultured space that exists to help vulnerable young people has illuminated both tensions and rare insights for our research team. The project aimed to explore Ngā Kōti Rangatahi,[1] which are youth ...
    • Waldorf: An Education of its Time?

      Boland, N (International Forum of Waldorf/Steiner Education, 2017)
      To what degree is Waldorf education of its time? Is it contemporary? These questions are put forward by Neil Boland, senior lecturer at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. He looks towards possible futures ...