Publications

Our researchers present their findings in a variety of forums to ensure the knowledge and insights created are shared as widely as possible. Outlets include high quality international journals and academic conferences, industry conferences and presentations, industry publications and reports, and in the media.

The Measurement of Emotional Intelligence

O'Connor, Peter, Hill, Andrew, Kaya, Maria, Martin, Brett (2019) The measurement of emotional intelligence: A critical review of the literature and recommendations for researchers and practitioners Frontiers in Psychology, 10, pp.Article number: 1116 1-19.
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Too Busy to Change

O'Connor, Peter, Jimmieson, Nerina, White, Katherine (2018) Too busy to change: High job demands reduce the beneficial effects of information and participation on employee support Journal of Business and Psychology, 33 (5), pp.629-643.
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Measuring Personality Traits

Anglim, Jeromy, O'Connor, Peter (2019) Measurement and research using the Big Five, HEXACO, and narrow traits: A primer for researchers and practitioners Australian Journal of Psychology, 71 (1), pp.16-25.
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Modelling antecedents of safety compliance: Incorporating theory from the technological acceptance model

Hu, Xiaowen, Griffin, Mark, Bertuleit, Martin (2016) Modelling antecedents of safety compliance: Incorporating theory from the technological acceptance model Safety Science, 87, pp.292-298.
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Interaction effects among multiple job demands: An examination of healthcare workers across different contexts.

Jimmieson, Nerina, Tucker, Michelle, Walsh, Alexandra (2017) Interaction effects among multiple job demands: an examination of healthcare workers across different contexts Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 30 (3), pp.317-332.
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Change in psychosocial work factors predicts follow-up employee strain: An examination of Australian employees

Jimmieson, Nerina, Hobman, Elizabeth, Tucker, Michelle, Bordia, Parshant (2016) Change in psychosocial work factors predicts follow-up employee strain: An examination of Australian employees Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 58 (10), pp.1002-1013.
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Identification and occupational stress: A stress-buffering perspective

Newton, Cameron, Teo, Stephen (2014) Identification and occupational stress: A stress-buffering perspective Human Resource Management, 53 (1), pp.89-113.
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Sex-linked personality traits and stress: Emotional skills protect feminine women from stress but not feminine men

O'Connor, Peter, Brown, Cressida (2016) Sex-linked personality traits and stress: Emotional skills protect feminine women from stress but not feminine men Personality and Individual Differences, 99, pp.28-32.
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Antecedents and consequences of diversity and equality management systems: The importance of gender diversity in the TMT and lower to middle management

Ali, Muhammad, Konrad, Alison (2017) Antecedents and consequences of diversity and equality management systems: The importance of gender diversity in the TMT and lower to middle management European Management Journal, 35 (4), pp.440-453.
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Impact of gender-focused human resource management on performance: The mediating effects of gender diversity

Ali, Muhammad (2016) Impact of gender-focused human resource management on performance: The mediating effects of gender diversity Australian Journal of Management, 41 (2), pp.376-397.
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The impact of work-family programs on the relationship between gender diversity and performance

Ali, Muhammad, Metz, Isabel, Kulik, Carol (2015) The impact of work-family programs on the relationship between gender diversity and performance Human Resource Management, 54 (4), pp.553-576.
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The role of HRM in facilitating team ambidexterity

Jorgensen, Frances, Becker, Karen (2017) The role of HRM in facilitating team ambidexterity Human Resource Management Journal, 27 (2), pp.264-280.
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Balancing organizational and professional commitments in professional service firms: the HR practices that matter

Jorgensen, Frances, Becker, Karen (2015) Balancing organizational and professional commitments in professional service firms: the HR practices that matter International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26 (1), pp.23-41.
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Value congruence and job-related attitudes in a nonprofit organization: a competing values approach

Newton, Cameron, Mazur, Alicia (2016) Value congruence and job-related attitudes in a nonprofit organization: a competing values approach International Journal of Human Resource Management, 27 (10), pp.1013-1033.
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Deviant behavior in constrained environments: Sensation-Seeking predicts workplace deviance in shallow learners

O'Connor, Peter, Stone, Sharon, Walker, Benjamin, Jackson, Chris (2017) Deviant behavior in constrained environments: Sensation-Seeking predicts workplace deviance in shallow learners Personality and Individual Differences, 108, pp.20-25.
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Learning to relax versus learning to ideate: Relaxation-focused creativity training benefits introverts more than extraverts

O'Connor, Peter, Gardiner, Elliroma, Watson, Chloe (2016) Learning to relax versus learning to ideate: Relaxation-focused creativity training benefits introverts more than extraverts Thinking Skills and Creativity, 21, pp.97-108.
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Forces shaping the future of work in a changing regional economy

Smidt, Michelle, Becker, Karen, Bradley, Lisa (2015) Forces shaping the future of work in a changing regional economy Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 21 (3), pp.349-372.
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Knowledge identification and acquisition in SMEs: Strategically emergent or just ad hoc?

Becker, Karen, Jorgensen, Frances, Bish, Adelle (2015) Knowledge identification and acquisition in SMEs: Strategically emergent or just ad hoc? International Journal of Knowledge Management, 11 (3), pp.1-16.
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Professional identity of management accountants: leadership in changing environments [Research executive summary series, Volume 8, Issue 1]

Kim, Jai, Hatcher, Caroline, Newton, Cameron (2012) Professional identity of management accountants: leadership in changing environments [Research executive summary series, Volume 8, Issue 1] Research Executive Summary.
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    Exploring expectations of nonprofit management capabilities

    Bish, Adelle, Becker, Karen (2016) Exploring expectations of nonprofit management capabilities Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 45 (3), pp.437-457.
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    Factors for successful e-learning: does age matter?

    Fleming, Julie, Becker, Karen, Newton, Cameron (2017) Factors for successful e-learning: does age matter? Education and Training, 59 (1), pp.76-89.
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    Management development experiences and expectations: informal vs formal learning

    Becker, K. and Bish, A. (2017) Management development experiences and expectations: informal vs formal learning. Emerald Insight.

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    Psychological stress and employee engagement

    Sawang, Sukanlaya, Newton, Cameron, Michalos, A C (2014) Psychological stress and employee engagement Encyclopedia of quality of life and well-being research, pp.5161-5166.
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      Extraversion rather than neuroticism is the dominant trait predictor of forecasted affect in relation to social situations

      Spark, Andrew, O'Connor, Peter J. (2020) Extraversion rather than neuroticism is the dominant trait predictor of forecasted affect in relation to social situations Personality and Individual Differences, 160, pp.Article number: 109934 1-10.
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      Employee dissent on social media and organizational discipline

      Thompson, Paul, McDonald, Paula, O'Connor, Peter (2020) Employee dissent on social media and organizational discipline Human Relations, 73 (5), pp.631-652.
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      The desire for sexual attention: Relationship with dark triad traits and parental bonding factors

      O'Connor, Peter J., Spark, Andrew, Kaya, Maria (2020) The desire for sexual attention: Relationship with dark triad traits and parental bonding factors Personality and Individual Differences, 155, pp.Article number: 109685 1-5.
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      The interplay between servant leadership and organizational politics

      Khattak, Mohammad Nisar, O'Connor, Peter (2020) The interplay between servant leadership and organizational politics Personnel Review.
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      Why do consumers research their ancestry? Do self-uncertainty and the need for closure influence consumer's involvement in ancestral products?

      Martin, Brett, Strong, Carolyn, Jin, HS, Greer, Dominique, O'Connor, Peter (2019) Why do consumers research their ancestry? Do self-uncertainty and the need for closure influence consumer's involvement in ancestral products? Journal of Business Research, 99, pp.332-337.
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      The measurement of emotional intelligence: A critical review of the literature and recommendations for researchers and practitioners

      O'Connor, Peter, Hill, Andrew, Kaya, Maria, Martin, Brett (2019) The measurement of emotional intelligence: A critical review of the literature and recommendations for researchers and practitioners Frontiers in Psychology, 10, pp.Article number: 1116 1-19.
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      Effectiveness of psychological interventions on young refugees' social adjustment: A meta-analysis

      Ahmadi Forooshani, Sayedhabibollah, Izadikhah, Zahra, Renzaho, Andre, O'Connor, Peter (2019) Effectiveness of psychological interventions on young refugees' social adjustment: A meta-analysis Journal of Refugee Studies, Online (Online), pp.1-17.
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        The relationship between narcissism and consumption behaviors: A comparison of measures

        Martin, Brett, Jin, HS, O'Connor, Peter, Hughes, Christopher (2019) The relationship between narcissism and consumption behaviors: A comparison of measures Personality and Individual Differences, 141, pp.196-199.
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        Measurement and research using the Big Five, HEXACO, and narrow traits: A primer for researchers and practitioners

        Anglim, Jeromy, O'Connor, Peter (2019) Measurement and research using the Big Five, HEXACO, and narrow traits: A primer for researchers and practitioners Australian Journal of Psychology, 71 (1), pp.16-25.
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        As work gets more ambiguous, younger generations may be less equipped for it

        O'Connor, Peter, Becker, Karen (2019) As work gets more ambiguous, younger generations may be less equipped for it The Conversation, January, pp.1-3.
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