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Dr Lisa Milne Name: Dr Lisa Milne
Senior Lecturer (Psychology/Clinical)
Phone
+613 9953 3114
Fax
+613 9953 3205
Organisational Area
Faculty of Health Sciences
Department
School of Behavioural and Health Sciences (VIC)
Location
Melbourne
Building 403 - The Daniel Mannix Building (8-14 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065)-Level 5-Room 403.5.29
Publications

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P, Jontof-Hutter, K, Groves, F. (2011) Infant Adjective Checklist: Development and Validation of an Infant Screening Instrument.  In Alexandra M. Columbus (Ed.) Advances in Psychological Research. (Vol 83).  Nova Science Publishers.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P, Guedeney, A., Larroque, B.  (2009). Long Term Developmental Impact of Social Withdrawal in Infants, Infant Behaviour and Development, 32,159-166.

Akyalcin, E., Greenway, P., & Milne, L.  (2008).  Measuring transcendence: Extracting core constructs.  The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 40, 41-59.

Greenway, P, & Milne, L.C. (2007).  Rorschach Comprehensive System Data for a Sample of 128 Adult Nonpatients from Australia.  Journal of Personality Assessment, 89 (S1) 1-7.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P.  (2007). Intrapsychic factors contributing to adolescent depression.  In A. Columbus (ed). Advances In Psychology Research, vol 42, pp. 43-86. Nova Science Publishers.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P., Hansen, L.  (2007). Predictors of postnatal depression in a community sample.  Neonatal, Paediatric and Child Health Nursing, 10, 20-26.

Greenway, A.P., Phelan, M., Turnbull., S., & Milne, L.C.  (2007).  Religious coping strategies and spiritual transcendence. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 10,325-333.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P. (2006).  Intrapsychic factors contributing to adolescent depression. In Advances in Psychology Research Vol. 42.  Nova Science Publishers.

Greenway, A.P., Phelan, M., Turnbull., S., & Milne, L.C.  (2006).  Religious coping strategies and spiritual transcendence. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, Preview Article, 1-9.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P., & Best, F.  (2005).  Children’s behaviour and their graphic representations of parents and self.  Arts in Psychotherapy, 32, 107-119.

 

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P. (2005).  Pathways to depression in adolescents: A gender comparison of the contributing intrapsychic factors. In J.W.Lee (Ed.).  Focus on Gender Identity.  Nova Science Publishers.

Greenway, A.P., Milne, L.C., Clarke, V.  (2003).  Personality variables, self-esteem and depression and an individual’s perception of God.  Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 6, pp.45-58.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P.  (2001). Free association to Rorschach responses and Control of Internal States.  .  SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, 8, 95-106.

Greenway, P. & Milne, L. (2001). Rorschach tolerance and control of stress measures D and AdjB: beliefs about how well subjective states and reactions can be controlled. European Journal of Psycholoigcal Assessment, 17(2), 137-144.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P.  (2001). Drawings and defense style in adults.  Arts in Psychotherapy, 28, 245-249. 

Milne, L.C, & Lancaster, S. (2001).  Predictors of depression in female adolescents.  Adolescence, 36, 207-223.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P.  (2000). Characteristics of subjects who see females on Card VII of Rorschach.  SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, 7, 148-152.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P.  (2000). Sexual content in Rorschach and perceived control of internal states.  SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health, 7, 119-126.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P. (1999).  Do high scores on the Adolescent-School Problems and Immaturity Scales of the MMPI-A have implications for cognitive performance as measured by the WISC-III. Psychology in the Schools, 36, 199-203.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P. (1999).  Color in children’s drawings: The influence of age and gender.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 26, 261-263. 

Greenway, P., & Milne, L.C. (1999).  MMPI-2 in counselling clients: Cognitive correlates of Scale 6Recent Researches in Education and Psychology, 4, 1-7.

Milne, L.C., & Greenway, P. (1999).  Paranoid Pollyanna:  A contradiction in scale 6 of the MMPI-2.  Recent Researches in Education and Psychology, 4, 124. 

Greenway, P., & Milne, L.C. (1999).  Relationship between psychopathology, learning disabilitites, or both and WISC-III subtest scatter in adolescents.  Psychology in the Schools, 36, 103-108.

Greenway, P., & Milne, L. (1997).  Sex differences in Relationships between WAIS-R subtests and Harris-Lingoes subscales for psychopathic deviacy in the normal population.  Personality and Individual Differences, 23, 21-29.

Greenway, P., & Milne, L. (1996).  The relationship of scores on Elizur's Hostility System for the Rorschach System to the Anger and Overcontrolled-Hostility scales of MMPI-2.  British Journal of Projective Techniques, 41, 27-31.

 

Professional Memberships

Australian Psychological Society

APS College of Clinical Psychologists

APS College of Educational and Developmental Psychologists

 

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