Deanne Maree Armstrong


NameDeanne Maree Armstrong

Research outputs

The impact of personality and workplace belongingness on mental health workers' professional quality of life
Somoray, Klaire, Shakespeare-Finch, Jane and Armstrong, Deanne. (2017) The impact of personality and workplace belongingness on mental health workers' professional quality of life. Australian Psychologist. 52(1), pp. 52 - 60. https://doi.org/10.1111/ap.12182

Journal article

Social support, self-efficacy, trauma and well-being in emergency medical dispatchers
Shakespeare-Finch, Jane, Rees, Amanda and Armstrong, Deanne. (2015) Social support, self-efficacy, trauma and well-being in emergency medical dispatchers. Social Indicators Research. 123(2), pp. 549 - 565. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11205-014-0749-9

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Promoting posttraumatic growth in police recruits: Preliminary results of a randomised controlled resilience intervention trial
Shakespeare-Finch, Jane, Shochet, Ian, Roos, Colette, Craig, Cameron, Armstrong, Deanne Maree, Young, Ross and Wurfl, Astrid. (2014) Promoting posttraumatic growth in police recruits: Preliminary results of a randomised controlled resilience intervention trial. Australia and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference. Australia: Association for Sustainability in Business Inc.. pp. 1 - 18

Conference item

An interpretative phenomenological analysis of stress and well-being in emergency medical dispatchers
Adams, Kaye, Shakespeare-Finch, Jane and Armstrong, Deanne. (2013) An interpretative phenomenological analysis of stress and well-being in emergency medical dispatchers. Journal of Loss and Trauma. 20(5), pp. 430 - 448. https://doi.org/10.1080/15325024.2014.949141

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Trauma type and posttrauma outcomes: Differences between survivors of motor vehicle accidents, sexual assault, and bereavement
Shakespeare-Finch, Jane and Armstrong, Deanne. (2010) Trauma type and posttrauma outcomes: Differences between survivors of motor vehicle accidents, sexual assault, and bereavement. Journal of Loss and Trauma. 15(2), pp. 69 - 82. https://doi.org/10.1080/15325020903373151

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