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Dr Mei Wah Williams

Senior Lecturer

School of Psychology

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 4
Team Member 0 1

Research Outputs

Journal

Montagu, AP., & Williams, MWM. (2017). Help yourself to CBT: Investigating clinically significant change in a low intensity programme for low mood. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(2), 35-43 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Montagu, AP., & Williams, MWM. (2017). Regular outcome monitoring in a Low Intensity-Cognitive Behavioural Intervention: A case study approach. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(2), 44-50 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Lee, K-CK., & Williams, MWM. (2017). The effectiveness and cultural compatibility of a guided self-help cognitive-behaviour programme for Asian students in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(2), 23-34 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Haarhoff, BA., & Williams, MMW. (2017). Introduction to special section: Low Intensity CBT in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(2), 5-6 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Williams, MMW., Haarhoff, BA., & Vertongen, R. (2017). Mental health in Aotearoa New Zealand: Rising to the challenge of the fourth wave?. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(2), 16-22 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Haarhoff, BA., & Williams, MMW. (2017). Low intensity psychological interventions in Aotearoa: What can we learn from IAPT?. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 46(2), 7-15 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Chin, ECH., Williams, MWM., Taylor, JE., & Harvey, ST. (2017). The influence of negative affect on test anxiety and academic performance: An examination of the tripartite model of emotions. Learning and Individual Differences. 54, 1-8 Retrieved from http://www.elsevier.com/locate/lindif
[Journal article]Authored by: Harvey, S., Taylor, J., Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., Blackwood, K., van Rensburg, J., Jones, DT., & Calvert, SW. (2016). From known to stranger crossover: A retrospective study of child sex offenders released into the community. Sexual Offender Treatment. 11(1), 1-14 Retrieved from http://www.sexual-offender-treatment.org/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Temitope, KM., & Williams, MWM. (2015). Secondary traumatic stress, burnout and the role of resilience in New Zealand counsellors. New Zealand Journal of Counselling. 35(1), 1-21 Retrieved from http://www.nzac.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Yong, AD., Williams, MWM., Provan, H., Clarke, D., & Sinclair, G. (2015). How do offenders move through the stages of change?. PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW. 21(4), 375-397
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MW., & Yong, A. (2014). Is the University of Rhode Island Change Assessment Scale (URICA) a useful measure in detecting change in motivation?. Practice - The New Zealand Corrections Journal. 2(2), 20-24 Retrieved from http://www.corrections.govt.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MW., & Austin, KP. (2014). The ingredients of change: Combining motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioural therapy in the Short Motivational Programme. Practice - The New Zealand Corrections Journal. 2(2), 15-19 Retrieved from http://www.corrections.govt.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Chalmers, T., Williams, MWM., & Gavala, JR. (2012). Exploring client change in Waikeria Prison’s Māori Focus Unit (MFU): Te Ao Marama. Psychology Aotearoa. 4(2), 128-132 Retrieved from http://www.psychology.org.nz/
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Chalmers, T., Williams, MM., & Gavala, J. (2012). Exploring Client Change in Waikeria Prison's Maori Focus Unit (MFU): Te Ao Marama. Psychology Aotearoa. 4(2), 128-131
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., & Williams, MN. (2012). Academic Dishonesty, Self-Control, and General Criminality: A Prospective and Retrospective Study of Academic Dishonesty in a New Zealand University. Ethics and Behavior. 22(2), 89-112
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M., Williams, M.
Austin, K., Williams, M., & Kilgour, G. (2011). The effectiveness of motivational interviewing with offenders: An outcome evaluation. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 40(1), 55-67
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Buttle, J., Fowler, C., & Williams, M. (2010). The impact of rural policing on the private lives of New Zealand police officers. International Journal of Police Science and Management. 12(4), 596-606
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Kyne, KT., & Williams, MM. (2007). Attributional bias of offenders in rehabilitation therapy workers. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling. 13(2), 88-100
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., Fletcher, RB., & Ronan, KR. (2007). Investigating the theoretical construct and invariance of the self-control scale using confirmatory factor analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice. 35(2), 205-218
[Journal article]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Foo, KH., & Haarhoff, BA. (2006). Cultural considerations in using cognitive behaviour therapy with Chinese people: A case study of an elderly Chinese woman with generalised anxiety disorder. New Zealand Journal of Psychology. 35(3), 153-161
[Journal article]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.

Book

Williams, MWM., & Cleland, AMMMT. (2016). Asian peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand: Implications for psychological practice. In WW. Waitoki, JS. Feather, NR. Robertson, & JJ. Rucklidge (Eds.) Professional Practice of Psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 81 - 97). Wellington, New Zealand: The New Zealand Psychological Society
[Chapter]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M.(2010). Self-control theory of crime: Is self-control sufficient as an explanation of crime?. Saarbrucken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing
[Authored Book]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., & Cleland, A. (2007). Asian peoples in New Zealand: Implications for psychological practice. In IM. Evans, JJ. Rucklidge, & M. O'Driscol (Eds.) Professional Practice of Psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. (pp. 85 - 102). Wellington, NZ: New Zealand Psychological Society Inc.
[Chapter]Authored by: Williams, M.

Thesis

Williams, MM. (2007). Testing and extending self-control theory of crime. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University, NZ)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Williams, M.

Report

Rosales, JB., & Williams, MM.(2007). Assessment and utilisation of the penile plethysmograph: An overview.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Williams, M.

Conference

Williams, M., Haarhoff, BA., & Lee, K. (2017, July). Symposium: A new paradigm: Would low intensity CBT interventions work in New Zealand? Does low intensity CBT work for Asian people?. Presented at NZCCP 28th National Conference. Queenstown, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Haarhoff, BA., Williams, M., Montagu, A., & Forman, I. (2017, July). Symposium: A new paradigm: Would low intensity CBT interventions work in New Zealand? Help yourself to CBT.. Presented at NZCCP 28th National Conference. Queenstown, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Haarhoff, BA., & Williams, M. (2017, July). Symposium: A new paradigm: Would low intensity CBT interventions work in New Zealand? Low intensity psychological interventions in Aotearoa: What can we learn from IAPT?. Presented at NZCCP 28th National Conference. Queenstown, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Chong, M-L., & Williams, MWM. (2016, September). A study of the transition away from offending in emerging adults: A literature review. Presented at Department of Corrections' Psychological Services NTE - 2016. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., & Lee, K. (2015, October). Low Intensity CBT with Asian students: Cultural compatibility of CBT with Asian students. Presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Association for Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (ANZACBT) Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., Austin, K., & Sampson, A. (2014, September). Keynote: The Final Update: Where to from here for the Motivational Programme. Presented at Department of Corrections: Programme Delivery National Training Forum 2014
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MW. (2014, September). Keynote: The Final Update: Where to from here for the Short Motivational Programme?. Presented at Department of Corrections' Annual National Training Forum. Rotorua, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MW., Provan, H., & Yong, A. (2014, September). MI and Therapy: Within the spirit of the Short Motivational Programme: What takes place within a therapy session?. Presented at Department of Corrections' National Training Event for Psychological Services staff. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM. (2013, July). Uncovering therapist schemas: Psychometric properties of Leahy's (2009) Therapist's Schema Questionnaire. Presented at The 7th World Congress of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies: Bringing cultures together for a better quality of life. Lima, Peru.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM. (2013, July). Low intensity CBT in New Zealand. Presented at The 7th World Congress of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies: Bringing cultures together for a better quality of life. Lima, Peru.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM., & Chalmers, T. (2012, June). Client change in Waikeria Prison's Māori Focus Unit. Presented at International Indigenous Development Research Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MWM. (2012, September). Keynote: Insights into the value of short motivational interventions in Corrections. Presented at Department of Corrections, Psychological Services: National Training Event (NTE) - 2012. Rotorua, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2012, September). Insights into the value of the Short Motivational Interventions in Corrections. Presented at Dept of Corrections Psychological Services National Training Event 2012. Rotorua.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2012, August). The Short Motivational Programme: How well is it working. Presented at Dept of Corrections Programme Delivery National Training Forum. Rotorua.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Clarke, D., Austin, K., Leith, R., Provan, H., & Sinclair, G. (2012, March). Motivating change: Does it work with prisoners?. Presented at International Symposium on Motivational Interviewing: Beyond an effect size: Innovations in thinking and practice. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2011, October). NZ Trainees' competence in CBT: What I say and what I do. Presented at Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy: AACBT 34th National Conference "Across the Life Span". Hilton Hotel, Sydney, Australia..
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Ashwood, CM., & Williams, MM. (2011). Exploring public opinion: The social construction of the rising punitiveness. Poster session presented at the meeting of The Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law (ANZAPPL): Crime and punishment:The rising punitiveness. Wellington
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Chin, E., Williams, MM., Taylor, J., & Harvey, S. (2011). Negative affect of test anxious high school students. Poster session presented at the meeting of Rydges Lakeland Resort. Queenstown, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Harvey, S., Taylor, J., Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Provan, H., & Sinclair, G. (2011). Assessing stage of change in offenders: Psychometric properties of the Urica in an adult offending population. Poster session presented at the meeting of Rydges, Queenstown, New Zealand. Queenstown, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Sinclair, G., Clarke, D., Austin, K., Leith, R., & Provan, H. (2011, August). Prisoners dilemma: Increasing motivation to change. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2011: Peoples, Places, Paradigms: Growing and Changing: Hāpori, Wāhi, Anga Tauira: Rere ā Tipunga. Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Chin, E., Williams, MM., Harvey, S., & Taylor, J. (2011). Academic performance of test anxious high school students: A study of negative affect. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2011: Peoples, Places, Paradigms: Growing and Changing: Hāpori, Wāhi, Anga Tauira: Rere ā Tipunga. Queenstown,New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Harvey, S., Taylor, J., Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Austin, K., Clarke, DE., & Sinclair, G. (2011). The spirit of change: Adapting motivational interviewing for offenders. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2011: Peoples, Places, Paradigms: Growing and Changing: Hāpori, Wāhi, Anga Tauira: Rere ā Tipunga. Queenstown, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Furness, K., & Williams, M. (2010). Making visible the invisible: Support needs of children who are affected by parental mental illness. Poster session presented at the meeting of The New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2010: "Psychology for a Sustainable Future". Rotorua, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Fletcher, RB., & Ronan, K. (2008). Is self-control sufficient as an explanation of crime?. Poster session presented at the meeting of The American Society of Criminology 60th Annual Meeting: Reinvigorating theory through diversity and inclusiveness. St Louis, MO, United States of America
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fletcher, R., Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2007, November). Working with Asian people: Guidelines for clinical practice. Presented at Therapy Uncorked: The New Zealand College of Clinical Psychologists 2007 Annual Conference. Nelson, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Aitken, J., & Williams, MM. (2007). Female sex offenders: Student attitudes regarding adult male and adult female sexual behaviour towards children. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2007. University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Callan Bartkiw, UM., & Williams, MM. (2007). Depression in child sex offenders: The relationship between the beck depression inventory-second edition and the million clinical multiaxial inventory-third edition. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2007. University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Foo, KH., Merrick, PL., Kazantzis, N., & Williams, MW. (2006). Cognitive behaviour therapy in New Zealand and Singapore: From a doctoral study and personal experience. In 1st Asian Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Conference: Evidence-based assessment, theory & treatment(pp. CBT 38 - CBT 38). , 1st Asian Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Conference: Evidence-based assessment, theory & treatment Hong Kong: Department of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong and School of Psychology, The University of Queensland, Australia
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Merrick, P., Williams, M.
Foo, KH., Merrick, PL., Kazantzis, N., & Williams, MW. (2006, May). Cognitive behaviour therapy in New Zealand and Singapore: From a doctoral study and personal experience. Presented at 1st Asian Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Conference: Evidence-based assessment, theory & treatment. The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Merrick, P., Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Foo, KH., & Haarhoff, BA. (2006). Cultural considerations for Chinese people: Implications for CBT. In 29th Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy National Conference(pp. 33). : AACBT
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Foo, KH., & Haarhoff, BA. (2006, October). Cultural considerations for Chinese people: Implications for CBT. Presented at 29th Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy National Conference. Sydney, NSW.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Haarhoff, B., Williams, M.
Smith, T., & Williams, MM. (2005, September). Empathy in child sex offenders. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society 2005 Annual Conference and AGM. Otago University, Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Isaacson, AE., & Williams, MM. (2004). Investigating the personality construct of self-control as defined in general theory of crime. Poster session presented at the meeting of Psychologies for Aotearoa/New Zealand. Wellington, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Graham, EY., & Foo, KH. (2004, November). A modified cognitive behavioural therapy model for working with Chinese people. Presented at 1st International Asian Health Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., Graham, EY., & Foo, KH. (2004). A modified cognitive behavioural therapy model for working with Chinese people. In S. Tse, A. Thapliyal, S. Garg, G. Lim, & MC. Eds (Eds.) Proceedings of the inaugural International Asian Health Conference: Asian health and wellbeing, now and into the future. (pp. 209 - 222). Auckland, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Williams, M.
Cargill, RL., & Williams, MM. (2004). Antisocial attitudes: Do they exist in a non-offending sample?. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Psychological Society 2004 Annual Conference. Wellington, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., & Ronan, KR. (2000, August). Testing Gottfredson and Hirschi's (1990) general theory of crime: A preliminary study. Presented at New Zealand Psychological Society 2000 Annual Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.

Other

Williams, M. (2011). Quizziing aims to get crims back on track. (pp. 1 - 1). Stuff.co.nz/Sunday News
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2011). Psychologists study what helps prisoners to change. (pp. 3 - 4). Massey University
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2011). Psychologists study what helps prisoners to change. (pp. 1 - 2). Massey University
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, M. (2011). Psychologists study what helps prisoners to change. (pp. 1 - 2). Massey University
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Can't say 'no'? Crime may attract you.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Crims need willpower to stop offending.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Link between self-control and crime outlined in study.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Official hurdles thwart prison reading plan. (pp. 3).
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Who's to blame?. (pp. B13).
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Why criminals cannot say 'no': The psychology of self control.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Why criminals cannot say 'no'.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Why criminals cannot say 'no'.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Criminality under scrutiny. (pp. 9).
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Exploring reasons why criminals cannot say 'no'. (pp. 4).
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2008). Not my fault - crims blame family.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2007, November). The psychology of fraud. In Forensic Accounting Special Interest Group, New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. Presented at Wellington, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2006). Firebug strikes again.
[Other]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., & Dickson, JA. (2003, April). Suicide Awareness Workshop. : Suicide Awareness Workshop.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM., & Taylor, J. (2002, October). Suicide awareness. : Suicide Awareness Seminar.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.
Williams, MM. (2002, September). Suicide: A definition. : Suicide Awareness Seminar.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Williams, M.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 7 5
CoSupervisor 0 6

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Gus Elkington - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Live Life to the Full: A low intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy adapted to Maori
  • Victoria Thompson - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Using Low Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to treat men attracted to children who have never offended
  • Emily Cory - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Nonsuicidal Self-Injury and Perfectionism in Young Adults
  • Jessica Steadman - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The Perfect Gay Man; An Exploration of Perfectionism
  • Miriama Ketu-McKenzie - PhD
    The effects of a Mindfulness intervention on the cortisol levels of Maori women exposed to chronic stress/and or trauma
  • Sophie Muir - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Hidden attractions: Understanding the experiences of adults who are sexually attracted to children but do not offend.

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2015 - Amy Montagu - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Investigating the Effectiveness and Nature of Change in Low-Intensity CBT: Guided Self-help for Individuals with Low Mood in New Zealand
  • 2015 - Tess Chalmers - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Exploring Maori Identity Behind Closed Doors: an investigation of Maori cultural identity and offender change within Waikeria Prison's Maori Focus Unit Te Ao Marama.
  • 2014 - Edwin Chun-Hong Chin - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Emotional Determinants of Test Anxiety and Academic Performance
  • 2013 - Kevin Austin - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The Process of Motivational Interviewing with Offenders
  • 2013 - Uvonne Marise Callan-Bartkiw - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The Evaluation of the Stousal Assault Risk Assessment

CoSupervisor of:

  • 2015 - Inga Breton Forman - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    'Help Yourself to CBT'. Mechanisms of Change and Effectiveness of a Group Guided Self Help Programme Targeting Low Mood in New Zealand.
  • 2014 - Hagan Ross Provan - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Therapist Relational Skills and Client Resistance in a Short Motivational Programme of Offenders
  • 2013 - Ann Frances Boston - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    Health anxiety and older adults: A cross sectional study comparing predictors of health anxiety between an older and younger cohort
  • 2011 - Rebecca Leigh Scheibmair - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    The acceptability and effectiveness of computerised cognitive-behavioural self-help for depression in primary care.
  • 2010 - Juan Chen - Doctor of Clinical Psychology
    A cultural approach to understanding and working with Chinese migrants in psychological intervention in New Zealand
  • 1996 - Mr Dale Jeffery Towers - PhD
    Diet overlap between coexisting populations of native blue ducks (#Hymenolaimus# #malacorhynchos#) and introduced trout (Family: Salmonidae): Assessing the potential for competition.

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