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This paper reports on the first phase of a two-part research project that aims to substantiate a new approach to describing the Australian population for social policy purposes.
By analysing psychosocial factors that contribute to overall wellbeing, the researchers have developed ways of generalising...
This project investigated the context in which relationship instability occurs by examining the factors (at the individual, and the couple/family levels) that precede relationship dissolution within Australian families with children.
The report considers whether mental health problems, impaired physical functioning, hazardous levels of alcohol...
This paper acknowledges that mental illness is a significant issue in Australia, and that the impact of such problems is increasingly recognised. Approximately one in five people will experience a mental health disorder every year, with the most common disorders being anxiety and depression. The...