Publications & Conference Proceedings

 

 

Grajfoner, D., Austin, E. J. & Wemelsfelder, F. (2010­). Horse personality profiles and performance. Journal of Veterinary Behaviour: Clinical Applications and Research, 5 (1), 59.

 

Grajfoner, D., Austin, E. J. & Wemelsfelder, F. (2010­). Horse personality profiles and performance. Journal of Veterinary Behaviour: Clinical Applications and Research, 5 (1), 26-27.

 

Grajfoner, D., Austin, E. J. & Wemelsfelder, F. (2009­). Horse personality profiles and performance. In 7th International Veterinary Behaviour Meeting, Ed. S.E. Heath, ISBN 978-0-9545923-4-9, pp. 213-214, ESVCE, Belgium

 

Grajfoner, D. (2009). Managing Change: Role of coaching psychology in gender transition. The Coaching Psychologist, 5 (2), 13-19.

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Grajfoner, D, Wemelsfelder, F & Austin, E. (2004) Construing Animals: The qualitative assessment of pig behaviour using Repertory grid technique. Research mentioned In F. Fransella, R. Bell and D. Bannister (2004). A Manual for Repertory Grid Technique, 2nd Edition, pp. 229, ISBN 0-470-85490-1. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, West Sussex, England.

 

Grajfoner, D., Austin, E. J. & Wemelsfelder, F. (2004). The reliability of qualitative assessments of individual differences in horses using Repertory Grid Technique. In Animal Welfare, Volume 13 Supplement, eds. J K Kirkwood, E A Roberts and S Vickery, ISSN 0962-7286, pp. S242. UFAW, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Grajfoner, D., Austin, E. J. & Wemelsfelder, F. (2003). Novel application of repertory grid technique as a method to investigate the inter-observer agreement in horse personality assessment. In The XV International Congress On Personal Construct Psychology, pp. 29, University of Huddersfield, UK.

 

Grajfoner, D., Austin, E. J. & Wemelsfelder, F. (2002). The influence of observers’ personality and degree of empathy on the assessment of horse personality. In 11th European Conference on Personality, Conference Program and Abstracts, Eds. B. Rammstedt and R. Riemann, pp. 136-137. Pabst Science Publishers, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Jena, Germany.

 

Grajfoner, D.,  F. Wemelsfelder and E. Austin (2002). The qualitative assessment of pig behaviour using repertory grid technique, BSAS Proceedings, Annual Meeting in York, University of York, York, UK.

 

Grajfoner, D. Contribution of the models of behavioural needs to animal welfare development.” (2000) Slovenian Veterinary Research (ISSN 1580-4003), 37: 85–9.

 

Conference Presentations & Invited Talks

 

 

Grajfoner, D (2010). Animal assisted coaching: a new area of Animal assisted interventions. At the 1st International Congress of Coaching Psychology Conference UK. British Psychological Society, Special Group in Coaching Psychology, 14th & 15th December 2010, City University, London, UK.

Animal Assisted Coaching

 

Grajfoner, D (2010). Using evidence based cognitive behavioural coaching to facilitate successful gender transition: Goal setting and pre and post intervention measures of mental wellbeing. At the 1st International Congress of Coaching Psychology Conference UK. British Psychological Society, Special Group in Coaching Psychology, 14th & 15th December 2010, City University, London, UK.

 

Using evidence based cognitive behavioural coaching to facilitate gender transition: Goal setting and pre and post intervention measures of mental wellbeing

Coaching Psychology: Four Stage Model of Transition - ADAM

 

 

Grajfoner, D (2010). Longitudinal effects of goal setting coaching on psychosocial adaptation and social integration in gender transition. At the LGBT lives: The biographies and life course of sexual/gender dissidents, Centre for research on Families and Relationships, The , UK.

 

 

 

Grajfoner, D (2010). Integration of Coaching psychology in the process of gender transition. Invited speaker at the Clinical Meetings in Human Sexuality, April 15, The Porterbrook Clinic, NHS Sheffield Health and Social Care, UK. Click here to download the handout or see the presentation below.

 

 

Grajfoner, D (2009). Horse personality profiles and performance. The 7th International Veterinary Behaviour Meeting, October 28-31, Edinburgh, UK.

Horse Personality Profiles and Performance

 

Grajfoner, D. (2008). Integrative assessment of horse personality: A novel application of Repertory Grid Technique. Invited speaker at the Psychology seminar series  - Autumn 2008, Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth, UK.

 

Grajfoner, D. (2003). Novel application of repertory grid technique as a method to investigate the inter-observer agreement in horse personality assessment. The XV International Congress On Personal Construct Psychology, July 14th-18th 2003, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK.

 

Grajfoner, D. (2003). The reliability of qualitative assessments of individual differences in horses using Repertory Grid Technique. UFAW Symposium 2003 - Science in the Service of Animal Welfare, April 2-4, 2003, Edinburgh, Scotland

 

Grajfoner, D. (2003). Exploration into personality traits in horses applying qualitative description of behaviour. Theatre presentation. Scottish Conference on Animal Behaviour, March 8th 2003, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland

 

Grajfoner, D. (2002). Personality assessment of horses and ponies using repertory grid technique. Theatre presentation at the 11th Biennial ISPCA (International society for comparative psychology) meeting join with APA (American Psychological Association) Division 6 Conference, 23.-25. 8. 2002, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

 

Grajfoner, D. (2002). The influence of observers’ personality and degree of empathy on the assessment of horse personality. Oral presentation at the 11th European Conference on Personality, 21.7.-25.7. 2002, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Germany.

 

Grajfoner, D (2002). The role of active observer perception in personality assessment of horses. International workshop on The Qualitative Assessment of Farm Animal Behaviour;, Scottish Agricultural College Edinburgh, 8.-12. 7. 2002, Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Grajfoner, D. (2002). Theatre presentation at the ISAE regional meeting (BSAS annual meeting) in York: The qualitative assessment of pig behaviour using Repertory Grid Technique, April 2002, University of York, UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the end we will conserver only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are tought. Baba Dioum.

Dr Dasha Grajfoner CPsychol CSci   Publications and Presentations