Ruth Billany CPsychol AFBPsS
M.A. Psychology (endorsement in Health Psychology), Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
Lecturer in Psychology at Charles Darwin University, Adjunct Lecturer at Flinders NT Medical Program.
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Selection of publications and presentations:
Billany, R. (in press). The human-animal relationship: A place in Asian psychology. Conference Proceedings of the 4th Annual Convention of the Asian Psychological Association, 4-7th July, 2010, Darwin, NT, Australia.
Moore, K., & Billany, R. (2010). Psychology and ageing. In P. Brown’s (Ed.). Health care of the older adult: An Australian and New Zealand nursing perspective (pp. 55-70). Warriewood, N.S.W. : Woodslane Press.
Billany, R., & Billany, T. (2009). A wikied student experience: A collaborative project, in The Student Experience, Proceedings of the 32nd Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia [HERDSA] Annual Conference, Darwin, 6-9th July 2009: pp 33-42.
Billany, R. (2001). Te Waonui o Tanemahuta: A local ethnobotany. Whanganui, N.Z.: Whanganui Regional Museum.
Billany, R. (2011). Psychology, women and horses: An environmental connection. Paper presented at the 4th Biennial Australian Animal Studies Group Conference: Animals - People, a Shared Environment, 10-13th July, 2011, Environmental Futures Centre - Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Billany, R. (2011). Horse as performer in an athletic duo: Preliminary findings from a global survey of horsewomen. Paper presented at the Global Animal: An Animal Studies Conference, 7-8th July, 2011, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia.
Billany, R. (2010). The human-animal relationship: A place in Asian psychology. Poster presented at the 4th Annual Convention of the Asian Psychological Association, 4-7th July, 2010, Darwin, NT, Australia.
Billany, R. (2010). The human-animal relationship: A place in health psychology. Paper presented at the 12th Triennial International Conference ‘People & Animals’ of the International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations, 1-4th July, 2010, Stockholm, Sweden.