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  • Traditional kava use and body sway: A pilot investigation

    Aporosa, S. 'Apo'; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Aughton, Harvey (Pasifika Medical Association, 2022)
    Introduction The (traditionally influenced) consumption of kava (Piper methysticum) has been associated with increased body sway, raising concerns about fall risk. However, studies typically utilise pill-styled kava extracts ...
  • Traditional kava use, cognition and driver fitness

    Aporosa, S. 'Apo' (2022)
    Introduction: Kava (Piper methysticum) is a traditional, culturally significant Pacific Island beverage, which produces soporific relaxant effects similar to Benzodiazepine (Sarris et al, 2012, Journal of Psychopharmacology ...
  • Traditional kava use, cognition and driver fitness

    Aporosa, S. 'Apo' (British Association for Psychopharmacology, 2022)
    Introduction: Kava (Piper methysticum) is a traditional, culturally significant Pacific Island beverage, which produces soporific relaxant effects similar to Benzodiazepine (Sarris et al, 2012, Journal of Psychopharmacology ...
  • Traditional kava-drinking, cognition, and driver fitness

    Aporosa, S. 'Apo' (Research Outreach, 2022)
    Kava, or ‘the plant of the gods’, grows widely across tropical Moananuiākea (the Pacific). Used in traditional medicine, its roots are also ground and steeped in water to make a drink with relaxant effects. Kava has deep ...
  • Traditional Knowledge (TK) Labels Transforming Data Infrastructure to Recognise Indigenous Provenance

    Hudson, Maui; Riddle, KatieLee; Hamilton-Pearce, Janette (Te Kotahi Research Institute, 2022-09-27)
    Associate Professor Maui Hudson, KatieLee Riddle and Dr Janette Hamilton-Pearce introduced the latest developments and applications of the Traditional Knowledge Labels and the Local Contexts Hub with examples of use by ...
  • Traditional New Zealand Māori instruments, composition and digital technology: some recent collaborations and processes

    Whalley, Ian (Cambridge University Press, 2005)
    This paper examines the integration of traditional New Zealand Māori instruments with digital music technology, and the use of these instruments in making new works. The focus is on the work of performer/composers Hirini ...
  • Traditional plant harvesting in contemporary fragmented and urban landscapes

    Wehi, Priscilla M.; Wehi, William L. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)
    Ecosystem fragmentation and destruction can lead to restrictive administration policies on traditional harvesting by indigenous peoples from remaining ecosystem tracts. In New Zealand, concerns about endangered species and ...
  • Tragedy and farce, attending 'violently' to the discipline of the conjuncture

    Smith, Thomas (The University of Waikato, 2019)
    Beginning with justifying the focus on history as a core part of any analysis of society - this section details how the ‘science’ of social sciences should be viewed/constructed. Further, discussion will shift toward a ...
  • Trails of experiences: Navigating personal memories

    Schweer, Andrea; Jones, Steve; Hinze, Annika (ACM, 2009)
    Systems to augment personal information aim to support people in remembering both past experiences and specific information associated with past experiences. These types of information go beyond those supported in systems ...
  • Training and maintaining autonomy-supportive supervisory style in low-skilled occupations

    Yong, Amy; Roche, Maree A.; Sutton, Anna (2019)
    According to self-determination theory, employees' well-being is related to the autonomy-supportive style of a supervisor. However, the effect of supervision style on well-being remains understudied in low-skilled occupations. ...
  • Training and the new industrial relations: New Zealand research that explores Streeck’s Thesis

    Law, Michael; Piercy, Gemma Louise (2000)
    This New Zealand research finds some support for Wolfgang Streeck’s thesis that education and training offer unions strategic possibilities in a neo-liberal environment. But it also finds that political strategies are ...
  • Training During the COVID-19 Lockdown: Knowledge, Beliefs, and Practices of 12,526 Athletes from 142 Countries and Six Continents

    Washif, J. A.; Farooq, A.; Krug, I.; Pyne, D. B.; Verhagen, E.; Taylor, L.; Wong, D. P.; Mujika, I.; Cortis, C.; Haddad, M.; Ahmadian, O.; Al Jufaili, M.; Al-Horani, R.A.; Al-Mohannadi, A. S.; Aloui, A.; Ammar, A.; Arifi, F.; Aziz, A. R.; Batuev, M.; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; Beneke, R.; Bici, A.; Bishnoi, P.; Bogwasi, L.; Bok, D.; Boukhris, O.; Boullosa, D.; Bragazzi, N.; Brito, J.; Palacios Cartagena, R. P.; Chaouachi, A.; Cheung, S. S.; Chtourou, H.; Cosma, G.; Debevec, T.; DeLang, M. D.; Dellal, A.; Donmez, G.; Driss, T.; Duque, J. D. P.; Eirale, C.; Elloumi, M.; Foster, C.; Franchini, E.; Fusco, A.; Galy, O.; Gastin, P. B.; Gill, Nicholas D.; Girard, O.; Gregov, C.; Halson, S.; Hammouda, O.; Hanzlíková, Ivana; Hassanmirzaei, B.; Haugen, T.; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Munoz Helu, H.; Herrera-Valenzuela, T.; Hettinga, F. J.; Holtzhausen, L.; Hue, O.; Dello Iacono, A.; Ihalainen, J.K.; James, C.; van Rensburg, D. C. J.; Joseph, S.; Kamoun, K.; Khaled, M.; Khalladi, K.; Kim, K. J.; Kok, L. -Y.; MacMillan, L.; Mataruna-Dos-Santos, L. J.; Matsunaga, R.; Memishi, S.; Millet, G. P.; Moussa-Chamari, I.; Musa, D.I.; Hoang, M. T. N.; Nikolaidis, P. T.; Owen, A.; Padulo, J.; Pagaduan, J. C.; Perera, N. P.; Perez-Gomez, J.; Pillay, L.; Popa, A.; Pudasaini, A.; Rabbani, A.; Rahayu, T.; Romdhani, M.; Salamh, P.; Sarkar, A.-S.; Schillinger, A.; Seiler, S.; Setyawati, H.; Shrestha, N.; Suraya, F.; Tabben, M.; Trabelsi, K.; Urhausen, A.; Valtonen, M.; Weber, J.; Whiteley, R.; Zrane, A.; Zerguini, Y.; Zmijewski, P.; Sandbakk, O.; Ben Saad, H.; Chamari, K. (ADIS INT LTD, 2021)
    Objective Our objective was to explore the training-related knowledge, beliefs, and practices of athletes and the influence of lockdowns in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic caused by severe ...
  • Training parents to implement the Picture Exchange Communication System via telehealth and behavioural skills training

    Scott, Georgina (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    Research indicates that deficits in functional communication skills correlate with problem behaviour. Results from previous studies suggests that by teaching functional communication skills to an individual, it may be ...
  • Training the 'disadvantaged' unemployed: Policy frameworks and community responses to unemployment

    Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth (The University of Waikato, 2006)
    This research examines active labour market policy, and in particular, training schemes targeted towards unemployed individuals who are the most disadvantaged in the labour market in Aotearoa/New Zealand. The purpose of ...
  • 'Training the next generation of HR practitioners': Reflecting on HRM student experiences of sexual harassment training

    Dyer, Suzette L.; Hurd, Fiona (Intellect, 2021)
    Despite prohibitive legislation and organizational policies and training, high rates of sexual harassment persist in the hospitality industry, a situation that is concerning to organizations and researchers alike. As ...
  • Trajectories in health recovery in the 12 months following a mild traumatic brain injury in children: Findings from the BIONIC Study

    Jones, Kelly; Barker-Collo, Suzanne; Parmar, Priya; Starkey, Nicola J.; Theadom, Alice; Ameratunga, Shanthi; Feigin, Valery L. (2018)
    Introduction: There is growing consensus that adverse child outcomes may be evident in the early recovery phase following mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, controversy remains around the nature of children's ...
  • Trans and non-binary people’s experiences of cancer care in Aotearoa/New Zealand

    Brown, Keziah (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    Cancer is a severe and life-threatening disease affecting many people and their loved ones. Much is still unknown about cancer as a disease; however, it is known that the care that patients receive can play a vital role ...
  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and the protection of commercial confidential information and trade secrets in New Zealand law

    Kingsbury, Anna (Thomson Reuters, 2016)
    After many years in which trade secrets law received relatively little attention internationally, we are now seeing a flurry of activity aimed at harmonising trade secret protection, combined with efforts to increase the ...
  • Transcending the personal and political: Provocations

    Morrison, Michele; Notman, Ross; McNae, Rachel Elizabeth (NZCER Press, 2017)
    Each case study in this book stands alone. The leaders portrayed in these narratives, and the authors who collaborated with them in the re-storying of their lived experience, bring unique worldviews and particular theoretical ...
  • Transcriptional changes in response to ketamine ester-analogs SN 35210 and SN 35563 in the rat brain

    Jacobson, Gregory M.; Voss, Logan J.; Klockars, Anica; Bird, Steve; Dimitrov, Ivo; Denny, William A.; Olszewski, Pawel K.; Sleigh, James W.; Harvey, Martyn G. (BMC, 2019)
    Background Ketamine ester analogs, SN 35210 and SN 35563, demonstrate different pharmacological profiles to ketamine in animal models. Both confer hypnosis with predictably rapid offset yet, paradoxically, SN35563 induces ...