Position

Chair of Cancer Prevention (Behavioural Science)
Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer

Biography

Professor Carlene Wilson was appointed to the Chair in Cancer Prevention (Behavioural Science) in March of 2008. Shes leads a group pf three postdoctoral fellows, three project officers and 5 PhD students.The position is a collaborative venture between Cancer Council South Australia and Flinders University and is located within the School of Medicine. The position is based in the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer. The position exists in recognition of the key role preventive health strategies play in the primary and secondary prevention of chronic disease, including many forms of cancer. The objectives of the position are to work with both sponsoring organisations in extending understanding of the behavioural variables that influence risk of cancer and how knowledge of these variables can be used to develop interventions that reduce incidence of cancer in South Australia.

Qualifications

BA (Hons) PhD MBA

Honours, awards and grants

Prizes in the MBA:

  • Jointly awarded the 1999 Luminis Pty Ltd Prize for best Supervised Research Project.
  • 2000 Tenneco Prize for Top Female Graduating Student.
  • 2000 Normandy Mining Prize for Top Graduating Student.
  • 2000 Top of Directors Honours List.

Other Prizes:

  • CSIRO One-CSIRO Award - December 2003. Awarded for 'Steering and Synthesizing the Agrifood Top-5 Flagship'
  • Awarded a high commendation by the Literati Club for the paper Wilson, C., and Brewer, N. (2001) Working in teams: Negative effects on organisational performance in policing. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 24,

Key responsibilities

Duties:

  1. To undertake research on ways to reduce risk of cancer through the modification to critical lifestyle behaviours.
  2. To collaborate with other researchers in developing agendas that addresses this goal.
  3. To advocate in the media for appropriate behaviour change.
  4. To supervise research students in the performance of aim 1.
  5. To assist Cancer Council South Australia with the development and delivery of their behavioural cancer prevention agenda.
  6. To assist in the development of the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer Control.

Research expertise

  • Adherence to interventional programs
  • Adolescent health
  • Cognitive psychology and educational practice
  • Psychology
  • Public health and health services

Research interests

Focus of my research is on determinants of diet and lifestyle choices associated with obesity and overweight and the analysis of influences in participation in CRC screening and rescreening.

  1. Influences on alcohol consumption - young and middle aged women (social normative versus stress based motivation. (Survey design)
  2. Influences on alcohol consumption among university students - an experimental manipulation of social norms.
  3. Bowel cancer screening using FOBT - a randomised control trial of a tailored decision support tool in a sample of 6000 Australians aged 50 to 70.
  4. Acceptability of different modes of CRC screening - a Survey study comparing FOBT and blood testing.
  5. Influences of the decision to rescreen - A nationwide repeated measures survey study looking at predictors of ongoing participation in CRC.
  6. Equity of bowel cancer screening - a qualitative investigation of barriers and facilitators in Greek-Australians, Iranian Australians, Vietnamese Australians and Indigenous Australians
  7. Developing and validating a measure of skin tone dissatisfaction as a predictor of tanning behaviour - Utlising a sample of first year, female university students.
  8. An analysis of the influence of parental restriction of energy dense foods on free-living consumption in 4 year olds - a study designed to determine influences on risk of obesity.
  9. Intergenerational transmission of food choices and food consumption behaviour - an analysis using social networks modelling (survey based)
  10. Social networks and obesity related lifestyle among adolescents - a series of survey based, repeated measures studies.

Supervisory interests

  • Behavioural influences on cancer risk and cancer screening participation
  • Bowel health and colorectal cancer
  • Cancer risk perception
  • Cancer screening
  • Cancer survivorship
  • eHealth
  • Family health
  • Health promotion and education
  • Health psychology

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : Health psychology, men’s health, early detection, help seeking behaviour (1) ; Health psychology, Cancer support, cancer attribution, fear of recurrence (1) ; Health psychology, children of cancer survivors (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Health psychology, HPV, vaccination (1) ; Health psychology, diet, Colorectal Cancer (1) ; Health psychology, young adults, emerging adults, diet, physical activity (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : Health Psychology (UniSA) (1) ; Health pychology (Univ of Adelaide) (5) ; Health Psychology (Deakin Univ) (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Health psychology, smoking, older age, Greek-Australians (1) ; Health pychology (Univ of Adelaide) (1) ;

Publications

  • Flight, I., Wilson, C. and McGillivray, J. (2012). Turning intention into behaviour: The effect of providing cues to action on participation rates in colorectal cancer screening. In R Ettarh, ed. Colorectal Cancer - From Prevention to Patient Care. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech, pp. 67-86.
    [10.5772/27620]
  • Dunn, K.I., Mohr, P., Wilson, C. and Wittert, G. (2011). Australian consumer perceptions of fast food: A qualitative study. In M. R. Bishop, ed. Chocolate, fast foods, and sweeteners: Consumption and health. Hauppauge, USA: Nova Publishers, pp. 199-212.
    [Scopus]
  • Hutchinson, A., Wilson, B. and Wilson, C. (2011). Nutrition education in the workplace: impact on diet and health. In I.R. Laidyth, ed. Nutritional Education. USA: Nova Publishers, pp. 31-68.
    [Scopus] [Scopus]
  • Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C. (2009). Intelligence and IQ. In Kevin Wheldall, ed. Developments in Educational Psychology. 2nd ed. N/A: Routledge, pp. 30-52.
    [10.4324/9780203874677] [Scopus]
  • Sinn, N., Bryan, J. and Wilson, C. (2009). Nutrition and ADHD. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.
  • Murphy, K., Davis, C., Bryan, J., Wilson, C.J., Woodman, R.J. and Hodgson, J. (2016). Following a Mediterranean diet for 3-months reduces systolic blood pressure in older Australians - MedLey Study. ASN Annual Scientific Sessions and annual meeting at Experimental Biology. San Diego Convention Centre, San Diego, California, USA. Apr 2016.
  • Fennell, K., Berry, N.M., Meng, X., Wilson, C.J., Dollman, J., Woodman, R.J., et al. (2016). Understanding the urban-rural health divide: a comparison of the self-reported physical health, mental health and participation in health-promoting behaviors, between rural and urban Australian cancer survivors. 18th International Psycho Oncology Society Congress. Dublin, Ireland. Oct 2016.
  • Fennell, K., Berry, N.M., Meng, X., Wilson, C.J., Dollman, J., Woodman, R.J., et al. (2016). Self-reported physical health, mental health and participation in health-promoting behaviours of rural and urban South Australian adults with a history of cardiovascular disease (CVD) Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ) Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia. Aug 2016.
  • Davis, C., Bryan, J., Wilson, C.J., Woodman, R.J., Hodgson, J. and Murphy, K. (2016). Adherence To A Mediterranean Diet, And Effects On Cardiometabolic Health In Older Australians; Results From The Mediterranean Diet For Cognition And Cardiovascular Health In The Elderly (Medley) Trial. ASN Annual Scientific Sessions and annual meeting at Experimental Biology. San Diego Convention Centre, San Diego, California, USA. Apr 2016.
  • Linehan, K., Wilson, C.J. and Gunn, K. (2015). Acceptability of the distress thermometer from the perspective of cancer information and support service callers and nurse operators. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Sharplin, G., Prichard, I., Chapman, J. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Analysing the impact of organisation characteristics on employers' perceptions of the likelihood of implementing workplace physical activity programs. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Sharplin, G., Todorov, K., Day, A., Corsini, N. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Sun protection practices and policies implemented by small outdoor workplaces in South Australia: Facilitators and barriers to adherence. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Turnbull, D., Duncan, A., Flight, I., Wittert, G., Cole, S., Young, G., et al. (2015). Strategies to improve men's participation in faecal occult blood test screening: Results from a randomised controlled comparison of mailed invitations. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Linehan, K., Fennell, K.M. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Use of the Distress Thermometer in the context of a telephone-based cancer information and support service. An exploratory study. In Australian Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference. Australian Psychological Society. Australian Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference. Apr 2015.
  • Gunn, K., Linehan, K. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). The impact of a telephone-based cancer information and support service on callers' levels of distress. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Chapman, J., Campbell, M. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Physical activity adherence: Lessons from a minimal planning intervention in Australian office workers. In Refereed proceedings of the 2nd Australian Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference. Australian Psychological Society Health Psychology Conference 2015. Sydney NSW. Apr 2015.
  • Bowden, J., Room, R., Delfabbro, P., Miller, C. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Alcohol: A population study of predictors of consumption and awareness of the link with cancer. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Wilson, C.J., Flight, I., Turnbull, D., Young, G., Cole, S. and Zajac, I. (2015). An RCT of tailored decision-supprt for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Australia. 12th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference. Sydney. May 2015.
  • Ettridge, K., Bowden, J., Miller, C., Sharplin, G. and Wilson, C.J. (2014). The association between community awareness of obesity-related factors in cancer risk and obesity-related outcomes; changes from 2004 to 2012. Obesity Research & Clinical Practice pp. 30.
  • Duncan, A.C., Turnbull, D.A., Wilson, C.J., Cole, S.R., Osborne, J.M. and Young, G.P. (2013). Mo1200 Demographic and Behavioural Predictors of Ongoing Adherence to Faecal Occult Blood Test Screening for Colorectal Cancer. In Abstracts of the 2013 American Gastroenterological Association. Gastroenterology pp. S-605.
  • Martin, R.L., Prichard, I.J., Hutchinson, A.D. and Wilson, C.J. (2013). Exercise and eating behaviour: the role of mindfulness. In Proceedings of the 2013 ANZAED Conference: Inspiring Change: Person and Context. Journal of Eating Disorders. 2013 ANZAED Conference: Inspiring Change: Person and Context. Melbounre. Aug 2013, pp. O24.
  • Osborne, J.M., Duncan, A.C., Wilson, C.J., Cole, S.R., Turnbull, D.A., Flight, I.H., et al. (2013). Mo1181 Are Colorectal Cancer Screening Participation Rates Better Than We Think? An Analysis of Screening Behaviour Inside and Outside of a Four Year Fecal Occult Blood-Based Screening Program. In Abstracts if the 2013 American Gastroenterological Association. Gastroenterology pp. S-600.
  • Sharp, G.V., Prichard, I., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C. (2013). The efficacy of an appearance-based intervention to prevent skin cancer. Adelaide, Australia11th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control Conference.
  • Danthiir, V., Nettelbeck, T., Wilson, C.J., Burns, N. and Wittert, G. (2009). Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids, Apoe epsilon-4 Allele Status, And Cognitive Functioning In Community-dwelling Older Adults. Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association pp. E21.
  • Hosking, D., Danthiir, V., Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C.J. (2009). Lifetime Diet And Cognitive Performance In An Older Community-dwelling Population. Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association pp. e22.
  • Gregory, T.A., Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C. (2008). Inspection time as a screening tool for cognitive impairment. In Anthony C Kneebone, ed. The Abstracts of the College of Clinical Neuropsychologists 14th Annual Conference. Australian Journal of Psychology: Australian Psychological Society. 14th Annual Conference of the APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists. Glenelg, Adelaide, SA. Nov 2008, pp. 215-216.
  • Dunn, K.I., Mohr, P., Wilson, C. and Wittert, G. (2007). A mixed-model analysis of attitudes towards fast foods. In 10th European Congress of Psychology. 10th European Congress of Psychology. Prague, Czech Republic. Jul 2007.
  • Mohr, P., Wilson, C., Dunn, K.I., Brindal, E. and Wittert, G. (2007). Personal and lifestyle predictors of the consumption of fast foods in Australia. In 16th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Society. Canberra: ASSO. 16th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Society. Canberra, ACT. Aug 2007.
  • Cole, S.R., Smith, A.T., Wilson, C., Turnbull, D., Esterman, A.J. and Young, G.P. (2006). An advance notification letter increases participation in a fecal immunochemical test-based colorectal cancer screening program. In Gastroenterology. Suppl2 ed. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Wiley Blackwell Saunders. Annual Meeting of the American Gastroenterological Association. Los Angeles, USA. May 2006, pp. A187-A187.
    [10.1016/S0016-5085(06)60008-5]
  • Duszynski, A., Flight, I., Wilson, C., Turnbull, D., Cole, S.R. and Young, G.P. (2005). Intersecting electronic decision support with user modelling in a web-based consumer decision aid for colorectal cancer screening. In User Modelling 2005: 10th International Conference on User Modelling, 24-29 July, 2005:www1-www4. User Modelling 2005: 10th International Conference on User Modelling, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Jul 2005.
  • Davis, C.R., Bryan, J., Hodgson, J., Wilson, C.J. and Murphy, K. (2016). Mediterranean dietary adherence amongst older Australians over 6 months: Results from the LedLey trial. Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 4 pp. 27.
    [Web Link]
  • Davis, C.R., Bryan, J., Hodgson, J.M., Wilson, C.J. and Murphy, K. (2016). Mediterranean dietary adherence amongst older Australians over 6 months: Results from the MedLey trial. Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 4 pp. 27.
  • Murphy, K., Davis, C., Bryan, J., Wilson, C.J. and Hodgson, J. (2016). Following a Mediterranean diet for 6 months reduces oxidative stress in older Australians: Results from the MedLey study. Journal of Nutrition & Intermediary Metabolism, 4 pp. 30-31.
  • Danthiir, V., Burns, N., Wilson, C.J., Nettelbeck, T. and Wittert, G. (2011). Dietary patterns and cognitive functioning and change in community-dwelling older adults. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 7(4) pp. e45.
  • Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C.J. (2005). Uncertainty about the biology of intelligence: A role for a marker task. Cortex, 41(2) pp. 234-235.
  • Wilson, C.J. (2014). GPs can make a difference to bowel cancer rates by improving screening participation.
  • Ward, P., Javanparast, S., Ah Matt, M., Cole, S., Aylward, P., Gill, T., et al. (2010). Equity of bowel cancer screening: An epidemiological and qualitative Study. Final Report.
  • Miller, J., Knott, V., Wilson, C., Cunningham, J., Condon, J., Miller, C., et al. (2010). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer control. A review of literature and programs. 6(3) pp. 215.
  • Miller, J., Knott, V.E., Wilson, C.J., Cunningham, J., Condon, J.R. and Roder, D.M. (2010). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer control research project.
    [Web Link]
  • Corsini, N., Wilson, C.J., Kettler, L. and Danthiir, V. (2010). Toddler Snack Food Feeding Questionnaire (TSFFQ)
  • Miller, J., Knott, V., Wilson, C., Cunningham, J., Condon, J. and Roder, D. (2010). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cancer control research project.
  • Flight, I., Wilson, C., Duszynski, A., Turnbull, D., Cole, S.R. and Young, G.P. (2005). Electronic tailoring of information on the basis of perceived risk and health-beliefs: a method for increasing uptake of colorectal cancer screening? In Sara Rubinelli and Joachim Haes, ed. Tailoring health messages: bridging the gap between social and humanistic perspectives on health communication. Lugano: Health Care Communication Laboratory University of Lugano. University of Lugano International Conference 2005. Monte Verità. Jul 2005, pp. 31-35.
  • Brinkworth, G.D., Luscombe-Marsh, N., Thompson, C., Noakes, M., Buckley, J., Wittert, G., et al. (2016). Long-term effects of very low carbohydrate and high carbohydrate weight loss diets on psychological health in obese adults with type 2 diabetes: randomized controlled trial. Journal of Internal Medicine,
    [10.1111/joim.12501] [Scopus]
  • Day, A., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A. and Roberts, R. (2016). Australian young adults' tanning behaviour: The role of ideal skin tone and sociocultural norms. Australian Journal of Psychology,
    [Scopus]
  • Day, A.K., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A. and Roberts, R. (2016). Acculturation, skin tone preferences, and tanning behaviours among young adult Asian Australians. The Journal of Primary Prevention,
    [10.1007/s10935-016-0442-7]
  • Dumalaon-Canaria, J.A., Prichard, I.J., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C.J. (2016). Fear of cancer recurrence and psychological well-being in women with breast cancer: The role of causal cancer attributions and optimism. European Journal of Cancer Care,
  • Zajac, I.T., Duncan, A.C., Turnbull, D., Wilson, C.J. and Flight, I.H. (2016). Blood-based screening for bowel cancer may not resolve suboptimal screening participation in Australia. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 40(4) pp. 337-341.
    [10.1111/1753-6405.12523]
  • Rhodes, K., Chan, F., Prichard, I.J., Coveney, J.D., Ward, P.R. and Wilson, C.J. (2016). Intergenerational transmission of dietary behaviours: A qualitative study of Anglo-Australian, Chinese-Australian and Italian-Australian three generation families. Appetite, 103 pp. 309-317.
    [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J. (2016). Victimisation and social vulnerability of adults with intellectual disability: Revisiting Wilson and Brewer (1992) and responding to updated research. Australian Psychologist, 51(1) pp. 73-75.
    [10.1111/ap.12202] [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J., de la Haye, K., Coveney, J.D., Hughes, D.L.A., Hutchinson, A., Miller, C., et al. (2016). Protocol for a randomized controlled trial testing the impact of feedback on familial risk of chronic diseases on family-level intentions to participate in preventive lifestyle behaviors. BMC Public Health, 16(1) pp. Art: 965.
    [10.1186/s12889-016-3623-7] [Scopus]
  • Zajac, I.T., Duncan, A.C., Flight, I.H., Wittert, G., Cole, S.R., Young, G.P., et al. (2016). Theory-based modifications of an advanced notification letter improves screening for bowel cancer in men: A randomised controlled trial. Social Science and Medicine, 165 pp. 1-9.
    [10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.06.036]
  • Fennell, K.M., Heckel, L., Wilson, C.J., Byrnes, M. and Livingston, P.M. (2016). How calls from carers, friends and family members of someone affected by cancer differn from those made by people diagnosed with cancer; analysis of four years of South Australian Cancer Council Helpline data. Supportive Care in Cancer,
    [10.1007/s00520-015-3069-y] [Scopus]
  • A, K., Bryan, J., Wilson, C., Hodgson, J. and Murphy, K. (2015). A randomised controlled intervention trial evaluating the efficacy of a Mediterranean dietary pattern on cognitive function and psychological wellbeing in healthy older adults: The MedLey Study. BMC Geriatrics, 15(55)
    [10.1186/s12877-015-0054-8] [Scopus]
  • Bourn, R., Prichard, I., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Watching reality weight loss TV: The effects on body satisfaction, mood, and snack food consumption. Appetite, 91 pp. 351-356.
    [10.1016/j.appet.2015.04.070] [Scopus]
  • Brindal, E., Wilson, C.J., Mohr, P. and Wittert, G. (2015). Eating in groups: Do multiple social influences affect intake in a fast food restaurant? Journal of Health Psychology, 20(5) pp. 483-489.
    [10.1177/1359105315576607] [Scopus]
  • Chapman, J., Campbell, M. and Wilson, C. (2015). Insights for exercise adherence from a minimal planning intervention to increase physical activity. Health Education and Behavior, 42(6) pp. 730-735.
    [Scopus]
  • Davis, C.R., Bryan, J., Hodgson, J., Wilson, C.J. and Murphy, K. (2015). Older Australians can adhere to a traditional Mediterranean style diet over two weeks: A pilot dietary intervention study. BMC Nutrition, 1(28)
    [10.1186/s40795-015-0021-y]
  • Fish, J., Prichard, I.J., Ettridge, K., Grunfeld, B. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Psychosocial factors that influence men's help-seeking for cancer symptoms: A systematic synthesis of mixed methods research. Psycho-Oncology,
    [10.1002/pon.3912] [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J., Flight, I., Turnbull, D., Gregory, T., Cole, S.R., Young, G., et al. (2015). A randomised controlled trial of personalised decision support delivered via the internet for bowel cancer screening with a faecal occult blood test: the effects of tailoring of messages according to social cognitive variables on participation. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 15(25)
    [10.1186/s12911-015-0147-5] [Scopus]
  • Mingoia, J., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Sex differences in the relationship between socio-cultural norms and sun exposure behaviours. Journal of Behavioural Medicine,
  • Mohammadnezhad, M., Tsourtos, G., Wilson, C.J., Ratcliffe, J. and Ward, P. (2015). "I have never experienced any problem with my health. So far, it hasn't been harmful.": older Greek-Australian smokers' views on smoking: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 15 pp. 304.
    [10.1186/s12889-015-1677-6] [Scopus]
  • Mohammadnezhad, M., Tsourtos, G., Wilson, C.J., Ratcliffe, J. and Ward, P.R. (2015). Understanding Socio-cultural Influences on Smoking among Older Greek-Australian Smokers Aged 50 and over: Facilitators or Barriers? A Qualitative Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(3) pp. 2718-2734.
    [10.3390/ijerph120302718] [Scopus]
  • Mohammadnezhad, M., Wilson, C.J., Ratcliffe, J., Tsourtos, G., Ullah, S. and Ward, P.R. (2015). Knowledge and Attitude Towards Smoking-related Cancers Among Older Greek-Australian : A Mixed- Methods Study. Journal of Family Medicine, 2(6) pp. 1-8.
  • Prichard, I.J., Dobbinson, S., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A., Rayner, J.M. and Makin, J. (2015). Perceptions of the solarium ban in Australia: 'Fake it, don't bake it' Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 26(2) pp. 154-158.
    [10.1071/HE15002] [Scopus]
  • Prichard, I.J., Lee, A.W., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Familial risk for lifestyle-related chronic diseases: can family health history be used as a motivational tool to promote health behaviour in young adults? Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 26 pp. 122-128.
    [10.1071/HE14104] [Scopus]
  • Hughes, D.L., Hutchinson, A.D., Prichard, I.J., Chapman, J. and Wilson, C.J. (2015). Challenges associated with recruiting multigenerational, multicultural families into a randomised controlled trail: Balancing feasibility with validity. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 43 pp. 185-193.
    [10.1016/j.cct.2015.06.004] [Scopus]
  • Bowden, J., Delfabbro, P., Room, R., Miller, C. and Wilson, C. (2014). Alcohol consumption and NHMRC guidelines: has the message got out, are people conforming and are they aware that alcohol causes cancer? Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(1) pp. 66-72.
    [10.1111/1753-6405.12159] [Scopus]
  • Brindal, E., Wilson, C.J., Mohr, P. and Wittert, G. (2014). Nutritional consequences of a fast food eating occasion are associated with choice of quick service restaurant chain. Nutrition and Dietetics, 71(3) pp. 184-192.
    [10.1111/1747-0080.12129] [Scopus]
  • Danthiir, V., Hosking, D., Burns, N., Wilson, C., Nettelbeck, T., Calvaresi, E., et al. (2014). Cognitive performance in older adults is inversely associated with fish consumption but not erythrocyte membrane n-3 fatty acids. Journal of Nutrition, 144(3) pp. 311-320.
    [10.3945/jn.113.175695] [Scopus]
  • Day, A., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A. and Roberts, R. (2014). Sun-related behaviours among young Australian with Asian ethnic background: Differences according to sociocultural norms and skin tone perceptions. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24(4) pp. 514-521.
    [10.1111/ecc.12275] [Scopus]
  • Day, A., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A.D. and Roberts, R.M. (2014). The role of skin cancer knowledge in sun-related behaviours: A systematic review. Journal of Health Psychology, 19(9) pp. 1143-1162.
    [10.1177/1359105313485483] [Scopus]
  • Day, A., Wilson, C.J., Roberts, R. and Hutchinson, A. (2014). The Skin Cancer and Sun Knowledge (SCSK) Scale: Validity, reliability, and relationship to sun-related behaviours among young Western adults. Health Education and Behavior, 41(4) pp. 440-448.
    [10.1177/1090198114529129] [Scopus]
  • Ward, P.R., Coffey, C., Javanparast, S., Wilson, C.J. and Meyer, S.B. (2014). Institutional (mis)trust in colorectal cancer screening: a qualitative study with Greek, Iranian, Anglo-Australian and Indigenous groups. Health Expectations,
    [10.1111/hex.12276]
  • Dumalaon-Canaria, J.A., Hutchinson, A., Prichard, I. and Wilson, C.J. (2014). What causes breast cancer? A systematic review of causal attributions among breast cancer survivors and how these compare to expert endorsed risks. Cancer Causes and Control, 25(7) pp. 771-785.
    [10.1007/s10552-014-0377-3] [Scopus]
  • Duncan, A., Turnbull, D., Wilson, C.J., Osborne, J., Cole, S., Flight, I., et al. (2014). Behavioural and demographic predictors of adherence to three consecutive faecal occult blood test screening opportunities: A population study. BMC Public Health, 14(1) pp. 238.
    [10.1186/1471-2458-14-238] [Scopus]
  • Hosking, D., Nettelbeck, T., Wilson, C.J. and Danthiir, V. (2014). Retrospective lifetime dietary patterns predict cognitive performance in community-dwelling older Australians. British Journal of Nutrition, 112(2) pp. 228-237.
    [10.1017/S0007114514000646] [Scopus]
  • Hutchinson, A., Prichard, I., Ettridge, K. and Wilson, C.J. (2014). Skin tone dissatisfaction, sun exposure and sun protection in Australian adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine,
    [10.1007/s12529-014-9441-3] [Scopus]
  • Miller, J., Prichard, I.J., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C.J. (2014). The relationship between exposure to alcohol-related content on facebook and predictors of alcohol consumption among female emerging adults. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17(12) pp. 735-741.
    [10.1089/cyber.2014.0337] [Scopus]
  • Prichard, I., Kneebone, A., Hutchinson, A.D. and Wilson, C. (2014). The relationship between skin tone dissatisfaction and sun tanning behaviour. Australian Journal of Psychology, 66(3) pp. 168-174.
    [10.1111/ajpy.12039] [Scopus]
  • Dono, J., Ettridge, K., Sharplin, G. and Wilson, C. (2014). The relationship between sun protection policies and practices in schools with primary age students: The role of school demographics, policy comprehensiveness and SunSmart membership. Health Education Research, 29(1) pp. 1-12.
    [10.1093/her/cyt105] [Scopus]
  • Adams, R., Piantadosi, C., Ettridge, K., Miller, C., Wilson, C., Tucker, G., et al. (2013). Functional health literacy mediates the relationship between socio-economic status, perceptions and lifestyle behaviors related to cancer risk in an Australian population. Patient Education and Counseling, 91(2) pp. 206-212.
    [10.1016/j.pec.2012.12.001] [Scopus]
  • de la Haye, K., Robins, G., Mohr, P. and Wilson, C. (2013). Adolescents' intake of junk food: Processes and mechanisms driving consumption similarities among friends. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 23(3) pp. 524-536.
    [10.1111/jora.12045] [Scopus]
  • Brindal, E., Baird, D., Slater, A., Danthiir, V., Wilson, C., Bowen, J., et al. (2013). The effect of beverages varying in glycaemic load on postprandial glucose responses, appetite and cognition in 10-12-year-old school children. British Journal of Nutrition, 110(3) pp. 529-537.
    [10.1017/S0007114512005296] [Scopus]
  • Duncan, A., Zajac, I., Flight, I., Stewart, B., Wilson, C. and Turnbull, D. (2013). Comparison of mailed invitation strategies to improve fecal occult blood test participation in men: protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 14 pp. 239.
    [10.1186/1745-6215-14-239] [Scopus]
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  • Kam, L.Y.K., Knott, V., Wilson, C. and Chambers, S. (2012). Using the theory of planned behavior to understand health professionals' attitudes and intentions to refer cancer patients for psychosocial support. Psycho-Oncology, 21(3) pp. 316-323.
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  • de la Haye, K., Robins, G., Mohr, P. and Wilson, C. (2011). How physical activity shapes, and is shaped by adolescent friendships. Social Science and Medicine, 73(5) pp. 719-728.
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  • Gregory, T.A., Nettelbeck, T., Burns, N., Danthiir, V., Wilson, C. and Wittert, G.A. (2011). Sex differences in inspection time with age. Personality and Individual Differences, 50 pp. 593-596.
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  • de la Haye, K., Robins, G., Mohr, P. and Wilson, C. (2011). Homophily and contagion as explanations for weight similarities among adolescent friends. Journal of Adolescent Health, 49(4) pp. 421-427.
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  • Ahmad, N.H., Wilson, C.J. and Kummerow, L. (2011). Assessing the Dimensionality of Business Success: The Perspectives of Malaysian SME Owner-Managers. Journal of Asia-Pacific Business, 12(3) pp. 207-224.
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  • Ahmad, N.H., Ramayah, T., Wilson, C. and Kummerow, L. (2010). Is entrepreneurial competency and business success relationship contingent upon business environment? A study of Malaysian SMEs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 16 pp. 182-203.
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  • Gregory, T.A., Nettelbeck, T., Howard, S.L. and Wilson, C. (2008). Inspection Time: a biomarker for cognitive decline. Intelligence, 36(6) pp. 664-671.
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  • Cole, S.R., Smith, A., Wilson, C., Turnbull, D., Esterman, A.J. and Young, G.P. (2007). An advance notification letter increases participation in colorectal cancer screening. Journal of Medical Screening, 14(2) pp. 73-75.
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  • Mohr, P., Harrison, A., Wilson, C., Baghurst, K. and Syrette, J. (2007). Attitudes, values, and socio-demographic characteristics that predict acceptance of genetic engineering and applications of new technology in Australia. Biotechnology Journal, 2(9) pp. 1169-1178.
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  • Mohr, P., Wilson, C., Dunn, K.I., Brindal, E. and Wittert, G. (2007). Personal and lifestyle characteristics predictive of the consumption of fast foods in Australia. Public Health Nutrition, 10(12) pp. 1456-1463.
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  • Smith, K.G., Webber, L.S., Graffam, J. and Wilson, C.J. (2004). Employer satisfaction with employees with a disability: Comparisons with other employees. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 21(2) pp. 61-69.
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  • Parker, A., Mohr, P. and Wilson, C.J. (2004). Attitudinal and personality predictors of diversionary behavior by police. Policing - An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 27(1) pp. 9-21.
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  • Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C.J. (2004). The Flynn effect: Smarter not faster. Intelligence, 32 pp. 85-93.
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  • Smith, K.G., Wilson, C.J., Webber, L.S. and Graffam, J. (2004). Employment and Intellectual Disability: Achieving Successful Employment Outcomes. International Review of Research in Mental Retardation, 29 pp. 261-289.
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  • Wilson, C.J., Godwin, S. and Beck, K. (2002). Rape Attitude and Behaviour and their Relationship to Moral Development. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 9(1) pp. 85-95.
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  • Beck, K. and Wilson, C.J. (2001). Have we studied, should we study, and can we study the development of commitment? Methodological issues and the developmental study of work-related commitment. Human Resource Management Review, 11(3) pp. 257-278.
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  • Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C.J. (2001). Criminal victimization of persons with mental retardation: The influence of interpersonal competence on risk. International Review of Research in Mental Retardation, 24 pp. 137-169.
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  • Wilson, C.J. and Brewer, N. (2001). Working in teams: Negative effects on organisational performance in policing. Policing - An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 24(1) pp. 115-127.
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  • Nettelbeck, T., Wilson, C.J., Potter, R. and Perry, C. (2000). The influence of interpersonal competence on personal vulnerability of persons with mental retardation . Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15(1) pp. 46-62.
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  • Wilson, C.J., Boni, N. and Hogg, A. (1997). The Effectiveness of Task Clarification, Positive Reinforcement and Corrective Feedback in Changing Courtesy Among Police Staff. JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT, 17(1) pp. 65-99.
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  • Nettelbeck, T., Rabbitt, P.M.A., Wilson, C.J. and Batt, R. (1996). Uncoupling learning from initial recall: The relationship between speed and memory deficits in old age. British Journal of Psychology, 87 pp. 593-607.
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  • Wilson, C.J., Seaman, L. and Nettelbeck, T. (1996). Vulnerability to criminal exploitation: Influence of interpersonal competence differences among people with mental retardation . Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 40(1) pp. 8-16.
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  • Wilson, C.J. and Brewer, N.D. (1993). Individuals and Groups Dealing With Conflict: Findings From Police on Patrol. BASIC AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 14(1) pp. 55-67.
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  • Wilson, C.J. and Brewer, N.D. (1992). The Incidence of Criminal Victimisation of Individuals With an Intellectual Disability. Australian Psychologist, 27(2) pp. 114-117.
  • Wilson, C.J., McGillivray, J. and Zetlin, A.G. (1992). The relationship between attitude to disabled siblings and ratings of behavioural competency. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 36(4) pp. 325-336.
    [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J. and Brewer, N.D. (1992). One- and two-person patrols: A review. JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, 20(5) pp. 443-454.
    [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J., Nettelbeck, T., Turnbull, C. and Young, R.L. (1992). IT, IQ and age: A comparison of developmental functions. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 10(2) pp. 179-188.
  • Wilson, C.J. and Haskell, S. (1988). Reliability and validity of the Adaptive Functioning Index: The Residential Checklist. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 14(2) pp. 103-108.
    [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J. and Nettelbeck, T. (1986). Inspection time and the mental age deviation hypothesis. Personality and Individual Differences, 7(5) pp. 669-675.
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  • Nettelbeck, T. and Wilson, C.J. (1985). A cross-sequential analysis of developmental differences in speed of visual information processing. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 40(1) pp. 1-22.
    [10.1016/0022-0965(85)90063-3]
  • Nettelbeck, T., Hirons, A. and Wilson, C.J. (1984). Mental retardation, inspection time, and central attentional impairment. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 89(1) pp. 91-98.
    [Scopus]
  • Brinkworth, G.D., Luscombe-Marsh, N., Thompson, C., Noakes, M., Buckley, J., Wittert, G., et al. (2016). Long-term effects of very low carbohydrate and high carbohydrate weight loss diets on psychological health in obese adults with type 2 diabetes: randomized controlled trial. Journal of Internal Medicine,
    [10.1111/joim.12501] [Scopus]
  • Day, A., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A. and Roberts, R. (2016). Australian young adults' tanning behaviour: The role of ideal skin tone and sociocultural norms. Australian Journal of Psychology,
    [Scopus]
  • Day, A.K., Wilson, C.J., Hutchinson, A. and Roberts, R. (2016). Acculturation, skin tone preferences, and tanning behaviours among young adult Asian Australians. The Journal of Primary Prevention,
    [10.1007/s10935-016-0442-7]
  • Dumalaon-Canaria, J.A., Prichard, I.J., Hutchinson, A. and Wilson, C.J. (2016). Fear of cancer recurrence and psychological well-being in women with breast cancer: The role of causal cancer attributions and optimism. European Journal of Cancer Care,
  • Zajac, I.T., Duncan, A.C., Turnbull, D., Wilson, C.J. and Flight, I.H. (2016). Blood-based screening for bowel cancer may not resolve suboptimal screening participation in Australia. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 40(4) pp. 337-341.
    [10.1111/1753-6405.12523]
  • Rhodes, K., Chan, F., Prichard, I.J., Coveney, J.D., Ward, P.R. and Wilson, C.J. (2016). Intergenerational transmission of dietary behaviours: A qualitative study of Anglo-Australian, Chinese-Australian and Italian-Australian three generation families. Appetite, 103 pp. 309-317.
    [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J. (2016). Victimisation and social vulnerability of adults with intellectual disability: Revisiting Wilson and Brewer (1992) and responding to updated research. Australian Psychologist, 51(1) pp. 73-75.
    [10.1111/ap.12202] [Scopus]
  • Wilson, C.J., de la Haye, K., Coveney, J.D., Hughes, D.L.A., Hutchinson, A., Miller, C., et al. (2016). Protocol for a randomized controlled trial testing the impact of feedback on familial risk of chronic diseases on family-level intentions to participate in preventive lifestyle behaviors. BMC Public Health, 16(1) pp. Art: 965.
    [10.1186/s12889-016-3623-7] [Scopus]
  • Zajac, I.T., Duncan, A.C., Flight, I.H., Wittert, G., Cole, S.R., Young, G.P., et al. (2016). Theory-based modifications of an advanced notification letter improves screening for bowel cancer in men: A randomised controlled trial. Social Science and Medicine, 165 pp. 1-9.
    [10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.06.036]
  • Fennell, K.M., Heckel, L., Wilson, C.J., Byrnes, M. and Livingston, P.M. (2016). How calls from carers, friends and family members of someone affected by cancer differn from those made by people diagnosed with cancer; analysis of four years of South Australian Cancer Council Helpline data. Supportive Care in Cancer,
    [10.1007/s00520-015-3069-y] [Scopus]

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