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Researcher: Hornsby, H (Ms Helen Hornsby)

Fields of Research

Nutrition and dietetics
Social psychology
Mental health services
Epidemiology
Health informatics and information systems
Health psychology

Research Objectives

Other health
Nutrition
Expanding knowledge in human society
Clinical health
Neonatal and child health

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Adolescents' Reported Usage of Selected Foods in Relation to Their Perceptions and Social Norms for Those Foods; Appetite
Does television affect teenagers' food choices?; Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics
Psychiatric characteristics of female prisoners in Tasmania; Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
Psychological Adjustment and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Compartive Study
Seasonality of Mania: a Tasmanian study; Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
Should the male and female RDI for sodium be the same?; 16th Dietitians Association of Australia National Conference
Sodium intake indicator questions appear more useful for females than for males; 21st Annual Scientific meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia
Sodium intake indicator questions appear more useful for females than for males; 20th Annual Conference of the Nutrition Society of Australia
Suicide and self-harm in Tasmanian children and adolscents; Medical Journal of Australia
Teenage dietary choices: Social and health factors; Australia's Adolescents: A Health Psychology Perspective
Teenage dietary choices: social and health factors; Australia's Adolescents: a Health Psychology Perspective
The Hobart Salt Study 1995: few meet national sodium intake target; Medical Journal of Australia
The potential of isonymy in psychiatric genetics; Behavior Genetics
Urban-rural differences in dietary habits and influences among Australian adolescents; Ecology of Food and Nutrition
Value and health: Further work on the McMaugh Health Value Instrument; SASP'96: 25th Annual Meeting of Australasian Social Psychologists

Research Projects

Creating an MS Portal to achieve better outcomes for people with MS

Research Candidate Supervision