Some Publications

Book Chapter(s) 

Neha, T. & Reese, E. (2018). A Longitudinal Study: New Zealand Māori and Western Methods in Gleaning the Good Oil with Whānau (Māori Communities and Families). In Dann, A. (2018 Ed), Sage Research Methods Cases Part 2. London: Sage Publications. 1-13. http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526445001

Neha, T. & Morrell, B. (2003). Bicultural Research and Issues for Evidenced-based Practice in Research as a Resource for Evidenced-based Practice. (Liberty, K. & Miller, J. Eds), 213-226. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Dunmore Press.

Refereed Journal Articles 

Fox, R., Neha, T., & Jose, P. (2018). Tu Māori Mai: Māori Cultural Embeddeness Improves Adaptive Coping and Wellbeing for Māori Adolescents. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 47(2), 13.

Reese, E., Yan, C., Myftari, E., Neha, T., Qi, W. McAnally, H., & Jack, F.  (2017).  Telling the tale and living well: Adolescent narrative identity, personality traits, and well-being across cultures. Child Development. 612-628. DOI: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/doi/10.1111/cdev.12618/full

Reese, E. & Neha, T. (2015). Let’s Kōrero (Talk): The Practice and Functions of Reminiscing among Mothers and Children in Māori Families. Memory. 23:1, 99-110. DOI: https://www-tandfonline-com.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/doi/abs/10.1080/09658211.2014.929705

Reese, E., Yan, C., McAnally, H., Myftari, E., Neha, T., Qi, W. & Jack, F. (2014). Narratives and Traits in Personality Development Among New Zealand Māori, Chinese, and European Adolescents.  Journal of Adolescence, 37:5, 727–737.  DOI: https://doi-org.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/10.1016/j.adolescence.2014.02.005

Treharne, G, J., Richardson, A. C., Neha, T., Fanning, N., Janes, R., Hudson, B., Judd, A., Pitama, S., & STAMP, L. K. (2018). Education Preferences of People with Gout: Exploring Differences Between Indigenous and Nonindigenous Peoples from Rural and Urban Locations. Arthritis Care & Research. (70), 2, 260–267.  DOI: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/doi/10.1002/acr.23272/pdf