• O-Tū-Kapua (‘what clouds see’): A mixed reality experience bridging art, science, technology in meaningful ways

      Jowsey, S; Aguayo, C (Wilf Malcom Institute of Educational Research.The University of Waikato, 2017)
      Mixed Reality learning environments can provide opportunities to educationally enhance previously isolated scientific concepts by using art and technology as mediums for understanding the world. Participatory experiences ...
    • Objectively-assessed Foot and Ankle Characteristics in People With Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Comparison With Age- and Sex-matched Controls

      Stewart, S; Dalbeth, N; Aiyer, A; Rome, K (Wiley, 2019)
      Objective. To objectively identify foot and ankle characteristics in people with SLE compared to age- and sex-matched controls. Methods. 54 SLE and 56 control participants attended a study visit designed to comprehensively ...
    • 'Occupational Health and Safety'

      Lamm, F (Pearson Education New Zealand, 2009)
      Objectives • To overview theories and principles behind health and safety and accident compensation changes; • To present health and safety and accident compensation legislation; • To identify the shifts between ...
    • Occupational science: the study of occupation

      Wright-St Clair, VA; Hocking, C (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2012)
      This chapter explores how occupational science is informing occupational therapy practice. Firstly the discussion looks at occupational science as a basic science underpinning occupational therapy knowledge, before recent ...
    • Occupational stress in the Hospitality Industry: an employment relations perspective

      Lamm, F; Lo, K (ER Publishing Ltd., 2005)
      This article endeavours to draw attention to occupational stress amongst workers in so-called ‘low risk industries’ – namely the service and hospitality industries - and to explore their perceptions of stress, their attitudes ...
    • Ocean Science

      Vopel, K (AUT University, 2010)
    • Off the deep end: Tonga's continental shelf politics

      Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Ara Poutama - the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development, Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Tonga had gone off the deep end. It proposed to grow its ocean territory in length by 60 nautical miles southeast and southwest. Hardly anyone knew the particulars, apart from a select group of senior bureaucrats in the ...
    • Off the Deep End: Tonga's Continental Shelf Politics

      Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Kaharoa: The e-Journal on Indigenous Pacific Issues, 2014)
      Abstract Tonga had gone off the deep end. It proposed to grow its ocean territory in length by 60 nautical miles southeast and southwest. Hardly anyone knew the particulars, apart from a select group of senior bureaucrats ...
    • Off the grid. Left out and over.

      Douglas, C (Punctum books, 2013)
      No abstract.
    • Off the Grid: Iifrastructure and transformational space

      Douglas, C (RMIT University, School of Art, 2011)
      Concepts of space underlie and structure design practices involved in the production of human environments, such as architecture, landscape design, urban planning, industrial design and civil engineering, for example. The ...
    • Old Hands Advise the New

      Lee, AB (Pacific Media Centre, School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Review of: Interviewing: A guide for journalists and writers, by Gail Sedorkin (2nd edition). Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2011, 206 pp. ISBN 978-174237094. The best journalists are invariably good interviewers, ...
    • Older Adult's Participation in Everyday Occupations and the Consequences for Positive Aging in New Zealand

      Wright-St Clair, VA (World Federation of Occupational Therapists, 2006)
    • Older Adult's Recovery From Hip Fracture: A Literature Review

      Healee, DJ; McCallin, AM; Jones, M (Elsevier, 2011)
      This paper examines studies on older adult’s recovering from hip fracture and views these in relation to practice. A metasearch engine was used to access health databases to identify studies relevant to recovery from hip ...
    • Older Asian Immigrants' Participation as Cultural Enfranchisement

      Wright-St Clair, VA; Nayar, S (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      Research evidence suggests that older immigrants’ resettlement in a new host country is hindered by limited opportunities to engage within communities in deeply familiar ways, using culturally meaningful occupations. A ...
    • Older Peoples' Perceptions of Oral Health: 'it's Just Not That Simple'

      McKenzie Green, B; Giddings, LS; Buttle, L; Tahana, K (AUT University; John Wiley & Sons, 2009)
      Objectives: Little is known about older persons’ perceptions of oral health and oral health care. The purpose of this study was to explore the viewpoint of older adults’ regarding their oral health care practices. Methods: ...
    • On aspects of glasses-free 3D cinema 70 years ago

      Blundell, BG (Veritas et Visus, 2013)
      In the following pages attention focuses on four exemplar strands of pioneering research carried out in the first half of the twentieth century in designing and implementing glasses-free (autostereoscopic) 3D cinema. For ...
    • On complexity of Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé games

      Khoussainov, B; Liu, J (Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2007)
      In this paper we initiate the study of Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé games for some standard finite structures. Examples of such standard structures are equivalence relations, trees, unary relation structures, Boolean algebras, and ...
    • On Intraday Relation Between the Vix and Its Futures

      Frijns, B; Tourani Rad, A; Webb, R (John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
      We study the intraday dynamics of the VIX and VIX futures for the period January 2, 2008 to December 31, 2014. Considering first the results of a Vector Autoregression (VAR) using daily data, we observe that there is some ...
    • On modernism’s secret anxieties by Gerrit Confurius

      Engels-Schwarzpaul, A.-Chr. (Enigma : he aupiki, Auckland. Print production by McCollams, Auckland, 2011)
      The moderns looked upon strong and enveloping, closed forms with suspicion. These forms have been ideologically suspect ever since – even though we usually respond positively to them and, on holidays, even seek them out ...
    • On Nonlinear Regression for Trends in Split-belt Treadmill Training

      Rashid, U; Kumari, N; Signal, N; Taylor, D; Vandal, A (MDPI, 2020)
      Single and double exponential models fitted to step length symmetry series are used to evaluate the timecourse of adaptation and de-adaptation in instrumented split-belt treadmill tasks. Whilst the nonlinear regression ...