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Browne, J. L. & Chan, A. Y. C. (2004). Children's counterfactual thinking in relation to expectancy, mood and self-esteem. In M. Innes (Eds.), Combined Abstracts of 2004 Australian Psychology Conferences (pp. 165). Australia: Australian Psychological Society.
Browne, J. L. & Chan, A. Y. C. (2007). Intergenerational family communication about mammography: Young women’s perceptions, intentions and experiences. In K. Moore (Ed.), Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society (pp. 42-46).
Browne, J. L. & Chan, A. Y. C. (2007). Intergenerational family communication about mammography. In M. Albion & P. Collins (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Women’s Conference 2007 (pp. 55-59).
Browne, J. L. & Chan, A. Y. C. (2008). An implementation intention intervention to promote intergenerational family communication about mammography. 22nd Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society/11th Annual Conference of the BPS Division of Health Psychology, Bath (UK), 9-12 September 2008.
Browne, J. L., & Chan, A. Y. C. (2010). Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour and counterfactual thinking to facilitate upward family communication about mammography. 27th International Conference of Applied Psychology, Melbourne (Australia), 11-16 July 2010.
Chan, A. Y. C., Brewer, C., & Browne, J. L. (2010). Big is good: redesigning PSYC101 tutorials for delivery in a large group format. 4th International Conference for Psychology Education, Sydney (Australia), 8-11 July, 2010.