- PhD Psychology Victoria University of Wellington
- MSc Cross-Cultural Psychology Victoria University of Wellington
- BA Psychology Lewis & Clark College, USA
Areas of Interest
decision-making; emigration; intercultural communication; skilled migration; online communities; organizational psychology
Tabor, A. S. & Milfont, T.L. (2013) We are all in the same boat: How online communities facilitate the process of migration. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 42 (1), 31-35.
Parsons, J, Tabor, A.S. & Fischer, R. (in press). Shelter from the global economic crisis: New Zealand and overseas-born employees' concerns and migration intentions. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology.
Ward, C., Tabor, A.S. & Leong, C-H (2013). Immigration Issues, Challenges and Policy: A View from New Zealand. In Tartavoky, E. (Ed.) Immigration: Policies, Challenges and Impact. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.
Tabor, A. S., & Milfont, T.L. (2012). Family social support in the predeparture period: The experience of British migrants. International Journal of Psychology. doi:10.1080/00207594.2011.634008
Tabor, A.S., Fischer, R. (2011). Women in Policing Survey: 2011 Summary Report. Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police. Please contact the CACR Centre Manager for a copy of this report.
Tabor, A. S., & Milfont, T. L. (2011). Migration change model: Exploring the process of migration on a psychological level. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35(6), 818-832. doi: 10.1016/j.ijintrel.2010.11.013
Tabor, A. S. & Milfont, T. L. (2010). Voluntary migrants predeparture experiences: The role of traditional and online social support. Paper presented at the 20th Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Melbourne, Australia.
Tabor, A. S. & Milfont, T. L. (2009). A contextual framework of voluntary migration: Understanding modern British migration to New Zealand. Paper presented at the 6th Biennial Conference of the International Academy of Intercultural Research, Honolulu, HI.
You can access Aidan's thesis here:http://tewaharoa.victoria.ac.nz/VUW:64VUW_ALL:64VUW_INST21153348500002386
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