Refereed Journal Articles

REFEREED JOURNALS

Gray, T. & Birrell, C. (2015). Touched by the Earth: A place-based outdoor learning programme incorporating the Arts. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning (JAEOL) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14729679.2015.1035293

Gray, T. & Birrell, C. (2014). Are biophilic-designed site offices linked to high performing workers? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH) – Special Issue: Health Benefits of Nature 11, 12204-12222; doi:10.3390/ijerph111212204

Lloyd, A. & Gray, T. (2014). Outdoor learning and the importance of environmental sustainability in Australian Primary Schools. Journal of Sustainability Educationhttp://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/content/place-based-outdoor-learning-and-environmental-sustainability-within-australian-primary-school_2014_10/

Vickery, N, & Gray, T. (2014). The Effects of Professional Experience upon Pre-service Physical and Health Education Teacher’s Resilience, Self-Efficacy and Stress. In W. G . Cotton & D. O’Connor (Eds.) The University of Sydney Papers in Human Movement, Health and Coach Education (pp. 17-46).

O’Flynn, G., Pryor, Z. & Gray, T.  (2013). Embodied Subjectivities:Nine young women talking dance. Journal of Dance Education Vol 13, 130-138.

Wright, M. & Gray, T. (2013). The Hidden Turmoil: Females achieving longevity in the outdoor learning profession. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. Vol 16 No 2 pp. 12-23.

Gray, T. & Martin, P. (2012) The Role and Place of Outdoor Education in the Australian National Curriculum,. Vol 16 No 1 pp. 39-50.

Brymer, E, Gray, T. and Cotton, W. (2011). Outdoor experiential training as a medium for the development of today’s leaders. Journal of Spirituality, Leadership and Management, Vol 5, No 1. pp. 58-66. ISSN 1447-3771.

Dowdell, K., Gray, T. and Malone, K. (2011).  Nature and its Influence on Children’s Outdoor Play. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. Vol 15, No 2, pp. 24-35. ISSN 1324-1486

Brymer, E. and Gray, T. (2010). Developing an intimate relationship with nature through extreme sports participation. Lesiure/Loisir Vol  34  No 4 pp. 361-374.

Brymer, E, Gray, T., Cotton, W. and Carpenter, C. (2010). Profiling Outdoor Leadership. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education and Leadership (JOREL) Vol  2  No 1 pp. 93-108.

Brymer, E. and Gray, T. (2009). Dancing with nature: Rhythm and harmony in extreme sport participation. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning (JAEOL) Vol 9  No 2 pp. 135-149.

Brymer, E., Downey, G. and Gray, T. (2009). Extreme Sports As A Precursor To Environmental Sustainability. Journal of Sport and Tourism Vol 14 No. 2-3.  pp. 193-204

Dickson, T., Gray, T., Downey, G., Saunders, J. and Newman, C. (2008). Profiling Australian Snowsport Injuries: A snapshot from the Snowy Mountains. Journal of Sport and Tourism, Vol 13, No. 4.  pp. 273-295.

Nicholls, V. and Gray, T. (2007). Sense and Sensibility: Looking at the reality and romance of human/nature relationships. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 11 No 1 pp 19-25.

Dickson, T. and Gray, T. (2006). Facilitating Experiences: A snapshot of what’s happening out there. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 10(2) pp 41-52.

Brymer, E. and Gray, T. (2006). Effective leadership: Transformational or transactional?  Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 10(2) pp 13-19.

Gray, T.  (2003).  Blinkered Perceptions Lead To Spurious Viewpoints   Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 7 No2, p58.

Brymer, E., Oades, L, and Gray, T. (2002).  Developing personal well-being through extreme sports: A phenomenological perspective. Australian Journal of Psychology. 54(supplement), 2

Brymer, E., Oades, L. G. and Gray, T. (2002). Developing personal ‘well being’ through extreme sports. In W. Noble (Eds.), Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined Abstracts of 2002 Psychology Conferences (pp. 2). Australia: Australian Psychological Society.

Neill, J. and Gray, T. ((2001). Australian Journal of Outdoor Education:  The First Five Years.  Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 6 No 1, pp 50-56.

Gray, T.  (2001).  Ruminating, Reflecting and Redefining:  Why was I attracted to Outdoor Education?  Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 6 No 1, pp 2-3.

Gray, T. (1998).   Future Directions of the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education.  Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol 3 No 2: pp 1-2

Gray, T. and Edwards, R. (1998) Burnout – What is it to you?  Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Volume 3 No 1, pp 36-46.

Gray, T. and Ryan, D. (1993) Integrating Outdoor Education into the School Curriculum – A Case Study.  International Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation: Vol XXIX, No 2, pp: 6 – 13

Gray, T. and Perusco, D. (1993) Footprints in the Sand – Reflecting Upon the Value of Outdoor Education in the School Curriculum. Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation. National Journal  Vol 40 (1) pp 17-21.

Gray, T., Jeffs, D. and Wenzel, W.A. (1991).  Involving General Practitioners in Public Health Initiatives.  Australian Family Physician, Vol.  20, No. 1. pp. 30-35.

 

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