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Matthew Browne
Matthew Browne
Professor of Psychology at Central Queensland University
Verified email at cqu.edu.au
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Understanding gambling related harm: A proposed definition, conceptual framework, and taxonomy of harms
E Langham, H Thorne, M Browne, P Donaldson, J Rose, M Rockloff
BMC public health 16, 1-23, 2015
4212015
Assessing gambling-related harm
M Browne, E Langham, V Rawat, N Greer, E Li, J Rose, M Rockloff, ...
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, 2016
2892016
Going against the herd: psychological and cultural factors underlying the ‘vaccination confidence gap’
M Browne, P Thomson, MJ Rockloff, G Pennycook
PLoS one 10 (9), e0132562, 2015
2502015
Seabed biodiversity on the continental shelf of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
CR Pitcher, CRC Reef Research Centre
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, 2007
1392007
Near-shore swell estimation from a global wind-wave model: Spectral process, linear, and artificial neural network models
M Browne, B Castelle, D Strauss, R Tomlinson, M Blumenstein, C Lane
Coastal Engineering 54 (5), 445-460, 2007
1182007
A typical problem gambler affects six others
BC Goodwin, M Browne, M Rockloff, J Rose
International Gambling Studies 17 (2), 276-289, 2017
1062017
Associations between children’s independent mobility and physical activity
S Schoeppe, MJ Duncan, HM Badland, M Oliver, M Browne
BMC Public Health 14, 1-9, 2014
1062014
Breaking bad: Comparing gambling harms among gamblers and affected others
E Li, M Browne, V Rawat, E Langham, M Rockloff
Journal of Gambling Studies 33, 223-248, 2017
992017
Convolutional neural networks for image processing: an application in robot vision
M Browne, SS Ghidary
Australian Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2903, 641-652, 2003
962003
A population-level metric for gambling-related harm
M Browne, N Greer, V Rawat, M Rockloff
International Gambling Studies 17 (2), 163-175, 2017
912017
Risk factors for gambling problems on online electronic gaming machines, race betting and sports betting
N Hing, AM Russell, M Browne
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 779, 2017
882017
As the pandemic progresses, how does willingness to vaccinate against COVID-19 evolve?
SJ Alley, R Stanton, M Browne, QG To, S Khalesi, SL Williams, TL Thwaite, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (2), 797, 2021
812021
Measuring the burden of gambling harm in New Zealand
M Browne, M Bellringer, N Greer, K Kolandai-Matchett, E Langham, ...
New Zealand Ministry of Health, 2017
782017
Anti-vaccination and pro-CAM attitudes both reflect magical beliefs about health
GM Bryden, M Browne, M Rockloff, C Unsworth
Vaccine 36 (9), 1227-1234, 2018
752018
Validation of the Short Gambling Harm Screen (SGHS): A tool for assessment of harms from gambling
M Browne, BC Goodwin, MJ Rockloff
Journal of Gambling Studies 34, 499-512, 2018
742018
Genetic algorithm optimization of a convolutional neural network for autonomous crack detection
R Oullette, M Browne, K Hirasawa
Proceedings of the 2004 congress on evolutionary computation (IEEE Cat. No …, 2004
712004
Why people seek complementary and alternative medicine before conventional medical treatment: a population based study
P Thomson, J Jones, M Browne, SJ Leslie
Complementary therapies in clinical practice 20 (4), 339-346, 2014
702014
Internalized and externalized continuing bonds in bereaved parents: Their relationship with grief intensity and personal growth
D Scholtes, M Browne
Death Studies 39 (2), 75-83, 2015
692015
A multiscale polynomial filter for adaptive smoothing
M Browne, N Mayer, TRH Cutmore
Digital Signal Processing 17 (1), 69-75, 2007
642007
Prevalence of gambling-related harm provides evidence for the prevention paradox
M Browne, MJ Rockloff
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 7 (2), 410-422, 2018
612018
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