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 Publications

Research Publications

Dingle, G. A., Sharman, L. S., Bauer, Z., Beckman, E., Broughton, M., Bunzli, E., Davidson, R., Draper, G., Fairley, S., Farrell, C., … Wright, O. R. L. (2021). How Do Music Activities Affect Health and Well-Being? A Scoping Review of Studies Examining Psychosocial Mechanisms. Frontiers in Psychology, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.713818

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Thai, M. Mulvihill, A. (2023) How we talk to kids: Adults prefer different forms of language for children based on gender expression. Sex Roles. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-023-01393-7

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & McAuliffe, T. (under review). Organised Extracurricular Social Activity Participation for School-Aged Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. 

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., Sanderson, E., & Thai, M. (under review). Mental state language and child gender: A scoping review of developmental evidence

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & Thai, M. (in preparation). An exploration of adults’ own theory of mind and their use of mental state language

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & Thai, M. (in preparation). Explaining gender: A qualitative exploration of how adults explain gender to young children.

Conference Presentations

 

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., & Mulvihill, A. (2021). Organised Extracurricular Social Activity Participation for School-Aged Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder. Presented at the ASFAR Conference, Brisbane, QLD.

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & Thai, M. (2022). Non-parents’ and parents’ mental state language preferences towards children as a function of child gender. Presented at the University of Queensland’s HDR Day, Brisbane, QLD. – Awarded best HDR presentation 

 

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & Thai, M. (2022). Non-parents’ and parents’ mental state language preferences towards children as a function of child gender. Presented at the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP) Conference, Adelaide, SA. 

 

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & Thai, M. (2023). Non-parents’ and parents’ mental state language preferences towards children as a function of child gender. Poster presented online for BCCCD 2023, Budapest, Hungary. 

 

Farrell, C., Slaughter, V., Mulvihill, A., & Thai, M. (2023). Non-parents’ and parents’ mental state language preferences towards children as a function of child gender. Poster presented at SRCD 2023, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

 

Awards

 

2023 - The University of Queensland, School of Psychology, 3 Minute Thesis Finalist and People’s Choice

2023 - The University of Queensland, School of Psychology, Higher Degree by Research Travel Award

 

 

Media

 

26 July 2023 – ABC Radio Interview – On the topic of language and gender in development

26 July 2023 – IFL Science Article – Adults Choose Their Words Differently When Talking To Kids Of Different Genders – https://www.iflscience.com/adults-choose-their-words-differently-when-talking-to-kids-of-different-genders-69996

 

Orchid Research Publications

Orchids Australia and The Orchadian are the two leading Australian reviewed orchid journals that publish botanical, observational, cultural, hybridisation related, and society matters. 

 

Farrell, C. (2022). Getting Young People Involved with Orchids. Orchids Australia, 34(3), 18-25.

Farrell, C. (2022). ANOS Newcastle Spring Show 2022. The Orchadian, 22(5), 212-216.

Farrell, C. (2021). Sharing the joy: Hybridising dendrobiums. The Orchadian, 20(5), 212-219.

Farrell, C. (2020). ANOS Conference Photography Competition. The Orchadian, 19(11), 520-525.

Farrell, C. (2019). Dendrobium Section Rhizobium: An update of breeding. The Orchadian, 19(9), 415-422. 

Farrell, C. (2019). Growing Dendrobium Section Rhizobium. Orchids Australia, 31(4), 14-18. 

Farrell, C. (2019). The Influence of Dendrobium Speciosum in Hybrids. Orchids Australia, 31(5), 18-25. 

Farrell, C., Barnett, C., & Lowe, A. (2018). 2017 ANOS Newcastle Shows. The Orchadian, 19(3), 133-134. 

Farrell, C. (2018). Growing Dendrobium bigibbum and its Hybrids in NSW. The Orchadian, 19(4), 172-173. 

Farrell, C. (2017). Selected Progeny of Dendrobium Elegant Heart. The Orchadian, 19(1), 23-26. 

Farrell, C. (2015). Breeding Dendrobium Section Rhizobium Hybrids. The Orchadian, 18(6), 281-285. 

Farrell, C. (2015). In Memory of Brian Gerhard. The Orchadian, 18(3), 109.

Orchid Conference Presentations

 

Farrell, C. (2019). An update on Dendrobium Section Rhizobium Hybrids. Presented at the 9th ANOS Conference and show, Brisbane, QLD, August 2019.

Farrell, C. (2019). Dendrobium Section Rhizobium Hybrids. Presented at the 9th New Zealand National Orchid Exposition, Nelson, NZ, 2019.

Farrell, C. (2019). The Influence of Dendrobium Speciosum in Breeding. Presented at the 9th New Zealand National Orchid Exposition, Nelson, NZ, 2019.

Farrell, C. (2022). Exploring Dendrobium Section Rhizobium. Presented at the 22nd Australian Orchid Conference and Show Logan, QLD, September, 2022.

 

Creative Works

Through my position at Queensland Ballet I participated in the creation, planning, delivery and facilitation of many programs, for populations such as children under 5-years, individuals over the age of 60-years, individuals diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, and those living in rural and remote areas. However, my most detailed contribution was the development of the Limitless Leaps program in association with Deakin University. This program was specifically designed to be inclusive and accessible for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 

 

Godber, M. & Farrell, C. (2019). My Dance Story. Brisbane: Queensland Ballet. 

Godber, M. & Farrell, C. (2019). Limitless Leaps: a program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated developmental diagnoses. 

Farrell, C. & Godber, M. (2019). Limitless Leaps: curriculum teaching document to inform inclusive practice for students of all abilities to engage in ballet.  

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