Healthy Work invites you to peruse recently published journal articles on empirical work conducted by Applied Psychology staff from both the UK and Malaysia Campuses in a range of interesting applied psychology topics.
Ramos, H.M., Mustafa, M., & Chin Chin, M. L. 2012. The moderating effects of personality on work-family conflicts and stress among Malaysian working parents. Int. J. Management Practice, 5 (3):225–244.
Houdmont, J., Cox, T. and Griffiths, A. 2011. Work-related stress case definitions and prevalence rates in national surveys Occupational Medicine. 60, 658-661 Occupational Medicine. 60, 658-661.
Mohd Mahudin, N.D., Cox, T., & Griffiths, A. 2011. Modelling the spillover effects of rail passenger crowding on individual well-being and organisational behaviour. In: A. Pratelli & C.A. Brebbia, ed., Urban Transport XVII: Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century WIT Press, UK. 227 – 238.
Santos, A., Leather, P., Dunn, J. S. and Zarola, A. 2009. Gender Differences in Exposure to Co-worker Initiated and Public Initiated Violence: Assessing the Impact of Work-related Violence and Aggression in Police Work, Work and Stress. 23(2), 137-154.
Valencia, M., 2007. Student-teacher thinking styles congruence and academic achievement of Filipino high school students, Philippine Journal of Psychology. 40, 26-41.
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