Doctor Trinh Ha

Doctor Trinh Ha

SPR/2H Casual Academic - Unit/Subject 101815/BEHV7006,
Dean's Unit, School of Psychology

Head, Clinical Services,
Specialist Psychology

Head, Clinical Services,
Specialist Psychology

Biography

Qualifications

  • MPsych(Clinical Psyc) Macquarie University
  • PhD University of Western Sydney
  • BSc University of Adelaide

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Dean's Unit, School of Psychology
  • Specialist Psychology
  • Specialist Psychology

Contact

Email: Trinh.Ha@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: n/a
Mobile:
Location: O.G.23
Penrith (Kingswood)

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Publications

Chapters in Books

  • Vickers, M. and Ha, M. (2007), 'The imagined curriculum: Who studies Computing and Information Technology subjects at the senior secondary level', Gender and I.T: Ongoing challenges for Computing and Information Technology Education in Australian Secondary Schools, ACSA 9781875864577.

Journal Articles

  • Garg, P., Ha, M., Eastwood, J., Harvey, S., Woolfenden, S., Murphy, E., Dissanayake, C., Williams, K., Jalaludin, B., McKenzie, A., Einfeld, S., Silove, N., Short, K. and Eapen, V. (2018), 'Health professional perceptions regarding screening tools for developmental surveillance for children in a multicultural part of Sydney, Australia', BMC Family Practice, vol 19 .
  • Garg, P., Ha, M., Eastwood, J., Harvey, S., Woolfenden, S., Murphy, E., Dissanayake, C., Jalaludin, B., Williams, K., McKenzie, A., Einfeld, S., Silove, N., Short, K. and Eapen, V. (2017), 'Explaining culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) parents' access of healthcare services for developmental surveillance and anticipatory guidance : qualitative findings from the 'Watch Me Grow' study', BMC Health Services Research, vol 17 .
  • Bodkin-Andrews, G., Ha, T., Craven, R. and Yeung, A. (2010), 'Factorial Invariance Testing and Latent Mean Differences for the Self-Description Questionnaire II (Short Version) with Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australian Secondary School Students', International Journal of Testing, vol 10, no 1 , pp 47 - 79.

Conference Papers

  • Barker, K., Dobia, B., Mooney, M., Watson, K., Power, A., Ha, T., Yeung, A., Schofield, J., McCloughan, G. and Denham, A. (2008), 'Positive Behaviour for Learning: Changing Student Behaviours for Sustainable Psychosocial Outcomes', Australian Association for Research in Education, International Education Reserach Conference, Brisbane, Queensland Australia.
  • Mooney, M., Watson, K., Dobia, B., Power, A., Barker, K., Ha, T., Yeung, A., McCloughan, G., McCloughan, G., Schofield, J. and Denham, A. (2008), 'Positive behaviour for learning : local features of an adapted US model of behaviour management', Australian Association for Research in Education, International Educatin Research Conference, Brisbane, Queensland Australia.
  • Ha, M., Marsh, H. and Halse, C. (2006), 'Actual/Ideal body images of high school girls and how it affects their self-esteem: Implications for educational and clinical institutions', Annual conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE - 2005), UWS Parramatta Campus.
  • Ha, M., Marsh, H. and Halse, C. (2006), 'Educational and Mental Health implications of the Multidimensional Model of the Self-concept for Adolescent Girls: Comparison of Clinical and Non-clinical Samples', Annual conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE - 2005), UWS Parramatta Campus.
  • Ha, M., Craven, R., Martin, A. and Munns, G. (2006), 'The Relation of Self-concept to Desirable Educational Outcomes', The Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference: Self-concept, Motivation, Social, and Personal Identity for the 21st Century, Michigan University, Ann Arbor, USA.
  • Ha, M., Marsh, H., Martin, A. and Halse, C. (2006), 'Perceptions of Family Functioning and Self-concept in Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa', The Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference: Self-concept, Motivation, Social, and Personal Identity for the 21st Century, Michigan University, Ann Arbor, USA.
  • Ha, M., Marsh, H., Martin, A. and Halse, C. (2006), 'Body Image and Self-concept in Adolescent Girls', The Fourth International Biennial SELF Research Conference: Self-concept, Motivation, Social, and Personal Identity for the 21st Century, Michigan University, Ann Arbor, USA.
  • Bodkin-Andrews, G., Ha, M. and Craven, R. (2006), 'Smothering or Smouldering; The Dark-Side of Motivation in Indigenous Australian Students', Aboriginal Studies:Making the Connections, Bankstown, Sydney.
  • Ha, M., Marsh, H. and Halse, C. (2004), 'Adolescent anorexia nervosa and self-concept', International Biennial SELF Research Conference, Berlin, Germany.
  • Ha, M., Marsh, H. and Halse, C. (2003), 'Taking a Closer Look at Adolescent Girls with Anorexia Nervosa: How different are They to Non-Clinical Adolescent Girls in Terms of Self-concept and Body Image', Educational Research, Risks & Dilemmas, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Ha, M. (2002), 'The Impact of Age & Menarche on the Development of Current & Future Self-concepts of Adolescent Girls', Self-concept Research:Driving International Research Agendas, Sydney, Australia.

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