AsPr Tess Knight



Associate Professor


Faculty of Health


School of Psychology


Melbourne Burwood Campus

+61 3 924 46595


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Development of a conceptual model of cancer caregiver health literacy.

Miss Eva Yuen, Dr Sarity Dodson, Mr Roy Batterham, A/Prof Tess Knight, J Chirgwin, Prof Trish Livingston

(2016), Vol. 25, pp. 1-13, European journal of cancer care, London, Eng., C1


The intergenerational continuity of breastfeeding intention, initiation, and duration: a systematic review.

Ms Laura Di Manno, Dr Jacqui Macdonald, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2015), Vol. 42, pp. 5-15, Birth, London, Eng., C1


Family dissolution and offspring depression and depressive symptoms: a systematic review of moderation effects

Ms Laura Di Manno, Dr Jacqui Macdonald, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2015), Vol. 188, pp. 68-79, Journal of affective disorders, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


A qualitative evaluation of an intervention for parents of adolescents with mental disorders: the parenting challenging adolescents seminar

Caroline Gilbo, A/Prof Tess Knight, A/Prof Andrew Lewis, Prof John Toumbourou, Dr Melanie Bertino

(2015), Vol. 24, pp. 2532-2543, Journal of child and family studies, Berlin, Germany, C1


The impact on family functioning of social media use by depressed adolescents: a qualitative analysis of the family options study

A/Prof Andrew Lewis, A/Prof Tess Knight, Ms Galit Germanov, Miss Michelle Benstead, Ms Claire Joseph, Miss Lucinda Poole

(2015), Vol. 6, pp. 1-8, Frontiers in psychiatry, Lausanne, Switzerland, C1


Shifts in media images of women appearance and social status from 1960 to 2010: a content analysis of beauty advertisements in two Australian magazines

Mrs Ann Brown, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2015), Vol. 35, pp. 74-83, Journal of aging studies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


The hedonic and eudaimonic validity of the orientations to happiness scale

Luke Wayne Henderson, A/Prof Tess Knight, Dr Ben Richardson

(2014), Vol. 115, pp. 1087-1099, Social indicators research, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, C1


The act of giving: a systematic review of nonfamilial intergenerational interaction

A/Prof Tess Knight, Prof Helen Skouteris, A/Prof Mardie Townsend, Dr Merrilyn Hooley

(2014), Vol. 12, pp. 257-278, Journal of intergenerational relationships, Abingdon, Eng., C1


Facilitators' experience of delivering asynchronous and synchronous online interprofessional education

Mrs Sherryn Evans, A/Prof Tess Knight, Mr Anders Sonderlund, Prof Gregory Tooley

(2014), Vol. 36, pp. 1051-1056, Medical teacher, London, England, C1


Simulated jury decision making in online focus groups

Ms Samantha Tabak, Dr Bianca Klettke, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2013), Vol. 3, pp. 102-113, Qualitative research journal, United Kingdom, C1


An exploration of the well-being benefits of hedonic and eudaimonic behaviour

Luke Wayne Henderson, A/Prof Tess Knight, Dr Ben Richardson

(2013), Vol. 8, pp. 322-336, Journal of positive psychology, Chichester, England, C1


Biopsychosocial factors related to depression in aged care residents

Dr Tanya Davison, Prof Marita Mc Cabe, A/Prof Tess Knight, Prof David Mellor

(2012), Vol. 142, pp. 290-296, Journal of affective disorders, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1


Integrating the hedonic and eudaimonic perspectives to more comprehensively understand wellbeing and pathways to wellbeing

Luke Wayne Henderson, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2012), Vol. 2, pp. 196-221, International journal of wellbeing, Waterloo, N. Z., C1-1


The notion of self in the journey back from addiction

Valerie Mackintosh, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2012), Vol. 22, pp. 1094-1101, Qualitative health research, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1-1


Child support research in Australia : a critical review

Dr Kay Cook, Dr Hayley Mckenzie, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2011), Vol. 17, pp. 110-125, Journal of family studies, Maleny, QLD, C1


Environmental mastery and depression in older adults in residential care

A/Prof Tess Knight, Dr Tanya Davison, Prof Marita Mc Cabe, Prof David Mellor

(2011), Vol. 31, pp. 870-884, Ageing & society, Cambridge, England, C1


Body image and self-esteem among Asian, Pacific Islander, and white college students in Hawaii and Australia

A/Prof Janet Latner, A/Prof Tess Knight, Ms Kaye Illingworth

(2011), Vol. 19, pp. 355-368, Eating disorders, Philadelphia, Pa., C1-1


Tolerance of larger body sizes by young adults living in Australia and Hawaii

A/Prof Tess Knight, A/Prof Janet Latner, Ms Kaye Illingworth

(2010), Vol. 18, pp. 425-434, Eating disorders, London, England, C1


Through the lens of hetero-normative assumptions : re-thinking attitudes towards gay parenting

Jarrad Pennington, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2010), Vol. 13, pp. 59-72, Culture, health and sexuality, Abingdon, England, C1-1


Health implications of body size perception and weight tolerance in older adults

A/Prof Tess Knight, Ms Kaye Illingworth, Prof Lina Ricciardelli

(2009), Vol. 14, pp. 425-434, Journal of health psychology, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1


Staying connected : the lived experiences of volunteers and older adults

Jarrad Pennington, A/Prof Tess Knight

(2008), Vol. 32, pp. 298-311, Ageing international : information bulletin of the international federation on ageing, New York, United States, C1


Social inclusion of older adults in care: is it just a question of providing activites?

A/Prof Tess Knight, Prof David Mellor

(2007), Vol. 2, pp. 76-85, International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being, London, England, C1


Factors associated with successful ageing

A/Prof Tess Knight, Prof Lina Ricciardelli

(2004), pp. 123-129, ERA 2004 : Contibuting to an ageing agenda : abstracts and proceedings : the 3rd National Conference for Emerging Researchers in Ageing, 2nd December 2004 Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Qld., E1


Successful ageing : perceptions of adults aged between 70 and 101 years

A/Prof Tess Knight, Prof Lina Ricciardelli

(2003), Vol. 56, pp. 223-245, International journal of aging and human development, Farmingdale, N.Y., C1


Well-being of older adults: The role of positive relationships.

A/Prof Tess Knight, Prof Lina Ricciardelli

(2001), pp. 85-90, Relationships : their impact on social and mental wellbeing : proceedings of the 1st Australasian Psychology of Relationships Conference, 17-18th November, 2001, Melbourne, Vic., E1