University of Waikato Research


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  • Neurostimulation artefact minimisation

    Single, Peter Scott Vallack; Karantonis, Dean; Scott, Jonathan B. (2020)
    A neurostimulation device has a stimulus, and a position of a measurement electrode relative to the stimulus, configured such that in artefact as arising relative to distance from the stimulus electrode a minima region of ...
  • Academic activism in the wake of a pandemic: A collective self-reflection from Aotearoa/New Zealand

    Roy, Rituparna; Oldfield, Luke; Simpson, Aimee B.; Jolliffe Simpson, Apriel; Salter, Leon (American Psychological Association, 2021)
    The COVID-19 pandemic intensified anxieties among temporary workers in New Zealand tertiary education, particularly those affiliated with universities reliant on the lucrative market for international fee-paying students. ...
  • Don't miss the well-being train: a radical ‎proposal for revolution in positive ‎psychology

    Weijers, Dan M. (Frontiers Media SA, 2021)
    Positive psychologists have added a great deal of knowledge about positive mental states and behaviors, especially over the last 20 years. As evidence is produced in support of the connections between positive psychological ...
  • Battery performance assessment method and apparatus

    Scott, Jonathan B.; Single, Peter; Hasan, Rahat (2020)
    The invention provides a battery performance assessment apparatus which includes two terminal connectors configured to electrically connect the assessment apparatus to the positive and negative terminals of a battery being ...
  • Mihi (Foreword)

    Tuaupiki, Jackie Whetumarama (University of Waikato, 2016)
    Mihi of Te Kōtihitihi - Ngā Tuhinga Reo Māori Putanga 3
  • Understanding the causes and consequences of variability in infant ERP editing practices.

    Monroy, Claire; Domínguez-Martínez, Estefanía; Taylor, Benjamin; Portolés Marin, Oscar; Parise, Eugenio; Reid, Vincent (2021)
    The current study examined the effects of variability on infant event-related potential (ERP) data editing methods. A widespread approach for analyzing infant ERPs is through a trial-by-trial editing process. Researchers ...
  • Biogeochemical feedbacks to ocean acidification in a cohesive photosynthetic sediment

    Vopel, Kay; Marshall, Alexis; Brandt, Shelly; Hartland, Adam; Lee, Charles Kai-Wu; Cary, S. Craig; Pilditch, Conrad A. (Nature Portfolio, 2021)
    Ecosystem feedbacks in response to ocean acidification can amplify or diminish diel pH oscillations in productive coastal waters. Benthic microalgae generate such oscillations in sediment porewater and here we ask how CO₂ ...
  • (Re)turning to loto, igniting mālie and māfana: Tongan maau and faiva as expressed rhythmic entanglement

    Fa'avae, David Taufui Mkiato (2021)
    To charm the loto is a (re)turn to our Indigenous Pacific knowings and becomings. Such a return is heart-warming and a fascination with spiritual reverence. Calling forth mālie and māfana, the potent spiritual energies ...
  • Laws of encryption: An emerging legal framework

    Dizon, Michael; Upson, Peter John (Elsevier BV, 2021)
    This article examines the emerging legal framework of encryption. It reviews the different categories of law that make up this legal framework, namely: export control laws, substantive cybercrime laws, criminal procedure ...
  • And I still love them: On touching loss

    Snowdon, Jennifer Mary (Jenny) (Wiley, 2017)
    In this article, the author performs a re-membering practice that incorporates a relational materialist theory. It traces the disturbances that follow in the wake of three deaths in her family. Written in an autoethnographic ...
  • Written submission to the UK's House of Commons Science and Technology Committee for their Commercial Genomics Inquiry

    Phillips, Andelka M. (2019)
    This is my written submission of suggestions for regulatory reform of Commercial Genomics.
  • Fabrication, microstructure, mechanical, and electrochemical properties of NiMnFeCu high entropy alloy from elemental powders

    Kumar, Ashok; Mucalo, Michael R.; Bolzoni, Leandro; Li, Yiming; Kong, Fantao; Yang, Fei (MDPI AG, 2022)
    Transition metal based high entropy alloys (HEAs) are often used in electrocatalytic (water electrolysis) applications due to the synergistic effect operating among its constituent elements and unpaired electrons in d ...
  • Multi-hazard analysis and mapping of coastal Tauranga in support of resilience planning

    Raynor, Steve C.; Boston, Megan (2021)
    High growth is increasingly forcing development of hazard prone land in the coastal city of Tauranga. A multi-hazard mapping tool developed to guide strategic growth planning in this natural hazard rich environment gives ...
  • Civil strategies for future generations

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (2018)
    This paper will examine the barriers to implementing climate justice from a New Zealand perspective. In particular, the paper will focus on the governance arrangements for implementing the Paris Agreement, administrative ...
  • Caring for our oceans and their biodiversity

    Daya-Winterbottom, Trevor (Edward Elgar Pubulishing, 2020)
    This paper will explore and critically analyse national strategies for oceans governance and protecting marine biodiversity from a transnational perspective. For example, during 2016 New Zealand launched a public consultation ...
  • Teachers-as-writers: Writing information texts in English and vernacular

    Exley, Beryl; Carss, Wendy Diane; Tamata, Apolonia (Australian Literacy Educator's Association Ltd, 2015)
    Our contribution to this volume is not on the work of the teacher who inspires the child writer, but the teacher as the writer and illustrator of multilingual texts for classroom use that inspires the child reader. This ...
  • Urban Choreography: Central Melbourne 1985 [Book Review]

    Mackness, Kate (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis LTD, 2021)
    This article reviews the book: "Urban Choreography: Central Melbourne 1985", edited by Kim Dovey, Rob Adams and Ronald Jones, Carlton, Victoria 3053 Australia, Melbourne University Press, 2018, 318 pp., $44.99 paperback ...
  • Corpus approaches to discourse analysis: Persuasion strategies in a large corpus of #Covid19NZ Tweets

    Burnett, Jessie; Calude, Andreea S. (2021)
    Social media platforms afford a window into the fast-paced and ever-changing world of public opinion. The language used in such outlets allows us to interrogate strategies used for constructing different discourse perspectives. ...
  • Precariat Māori households today

    Rua, Mohi; Hodgetts, Darrin; Stolte, Ottilie Emma Elisabeth; King, Delta; Cochrane, William; Stubbs, Thomas; Karapu, Rolinda; Neha, Eddie; Chamberlain, Kerry; Te Whetu, Tiniwai; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia; Harr, Jarrod; Groot, Shiloh Ann Maree (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence, 2019)
    Aotearoa New Zealand is now the fifth most unequal economy in the OECD. To highlight the human cost of this situation, the concept of “the precariat” offers more informed and contextualised understandings of the situations ...
  • The Hospital Transfers Project: Supporting whanau engagement during hospitalisations

    Masters-Awatere, Bridgette; Cormack, Donna; Brown, Rachel; Boulton, Anohia; Tangitu-Joseph, Makarita; Rata, Arama (Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, 2019)
    For Māori, as the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand, the care of those who are unwell has always been the concern of whānau (family) and community. Māori have established knowledge systems relating to health and ...

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