Research Publications for Waikaremoana W (Moana) Waitoki

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Publications ByWAITOKI, Waikaremoana W (Moana)

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  • Waitoki, W. (2019). Understanding the self as a bearer of culture in the International Declaration on Core Competencies. In XVI European Congress of Psychology Conference. Moscow, Russia.

  • Waitoki, W. (2019). Happiness, Health and Wellbeing. In Radio New Zealand. Retrieved from

  • Waitoki, W. (2019). “This is not us”: But actually, it is. Talking about when to raise the issue of colonisation.. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 48(1), 140-145. Retrieved from

  • Pihama, L., Simmonds, N., & Waitoki, W. (2019). Te Taonga o Taku Ngakau: Ancestral Knowledge and the Wellbeing of Tamariki Māori. Hamilton: Te Kotahi Research Insitute.

  • Scarf, D., Waitoki, W., Chan, J., Britt, E., Nikora, L., Neha, T., . . . Abbott, M. (2019). Holding a mirror to society? Sociodemographic diversity within clinical psychology training programmes across Aotearoa. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 132(1495). Retrieved from

  • Waitoki, W. (2019). Changing the mental health discourse with ‘Mahi a Atua’. Retrieved from

  • Waitoki, W. (2019). The art of being Māori in a colonised martial art form:Indigenous aspirations for our families in karate. In NAISA: Native American Indigenous Studies Association. University of Waikato.

  • Waitoki, W., & Bennett, S. (2019). Indigenous psychological knowledge: Protecting our culture and our humanity [Invited symposium]. In European Congress of Psychology.

  • Waitoki, W., & Tamanui, V. (2018). Challenges and continuities: Pakeke and rangatahi journeys in Māori language revitalisation. In Te Tumu Seminar Series, School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

  • Rowe, L., & Waitoki, M. (2018). He paiaka totara: Nurturing change for Māori – 2018 and beyond. In NZCCP 29th National Conference. Conference held in Nelson, New Zealand.

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