Research Publications for Apo S G Aporosa
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Aporosa, A. S., Atkins, M., & Brunton, R. (2020). Kava drinking in traditional settings: Towards understanding effects on cognitive function. Human Psychopharmacology, 35(2). doi:10.1002/hup.2725
Aporosa, A. S., & Foley, E. (2020). De-mythologizing and re-branding the traditional drink kava. Research Outreach, (113), 106-109. doi:10.32907/ro-113-106109
Burroughs, H., Aporosa, A., Vanderschantz, N., Hinze, A., Sevudredre, S., & Gaunavou, U. J. (2020). Na i Cavuti: A mobile application to assist the retention of Fijian traditional knowledge. Poster session presented at the meeting of Poster presented in partial fulfillment of the requirement for Summer Research Project 2019/20. University of Waikato..
Aporosa, A. S., & Forde, J. (2020). Kava - an icon of Pacific identity and Tangata Whenua?. Spasifik Magazine, (74).
Aporosa, A. (2019). Australia’s discussion of kava imports reflects lack of cultural understanding. The Conversation, June 9.
Aporosa, S. A. (2019). De-mythologizing and re-branding of kava as the new ‘world drug’ of choice. Drug Science, Policy and Law, 5, 205032451987613. doi:10.1177/2050324519876131
Aporosa, A., & Forde, J. (2019). Māori and kava: New drug fashion or re-engagement with 'kawa'?. Pacific Dynamics, 3(1), 72-85. Retrieved from https://ir.canterbury.ac.nz/
Aporosa, S. A. (2019). Kava and ethno-cultural identity in Oceania. In S. Ratuva (Ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity (pp. 1-15). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-981-13-0242-8_134-1
Aporosa, A. (2019). Cognitive functions associated with consumption of traditional volumes of kava (Piper methysticum): A feasibility study. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 33(8). Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/12792
Aporosa, A. (2019). Kava, the devil, and the snake: Pentecostal iconoclasm in contemporary Fiji. In Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania Annual Conference (ASA019). Conference held at University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.