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Author Glendon, AI (ed)

Title Advances in organisational psychology / editors A. Ian Glendon, Briony M. Thompson, Brett Myors
Edition First edition
Published Bowen Hills, Qld. : Australian Academic Press, 2007

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Description xii, 524 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Section I: -- Overview -- CHAPTER 1: -- A Perspective on the Current State of -- Organisational Psychology -- A. Ian Glendon, Brett Myors and Briony M. Thompson -- CHAPTER 2: -- Organisational Psychology's Greatest Hits and -- M isses: A Personal View 11 -- Kevin R. Murphy -- Section II: -- Perspectives on Workplace Health: Wellbeing, Safety, Stress -- and Support -- Introduction to Section II 37 -- CHAPTER 3: -- Employability and Unemployment: A Literature Review -- and Presentation of a new Conceptual Model 39 -- Sarah McArdle and Lea Waters -- CHAPTER 4: -- Work-Family Conflict and Facilitation: -- Achieving Work-Family Balance 73 -- Paula Brough, Michael P. O'Driscoll and Thomas J. Kalliath -- CHAPTER 5: -- The Bullied Boss: A Conceptual Exploration -- of Upwards Bullying 93 -- Sara Branch, Sheryl Ramsay and Michelle Barker -- CHAPTER 6: -- Wellbeing at Work: A Multivariate Analysis of Warr's -- Vitamin M odel 113 -- Feliciano Donatelli and Peter Sevastos -- CHAPTER 7: -- Perceptions of School Administration Trustworthiness, Teacher -- Burnout/job Stress and Trust: The Contribution of Morale and -- Participative Decision-Making 135 -- Carolyn Timms, Deborah Graham and Marie Caltabiano -- CHAPTER 8: -- The Impact of Organisational Citizenship Behaviour and Non-Material -- Rewards on Dimensions of Employee Burnout: -- Evidence from the Teaching Profession 153 -- Rachel L. Hannam and Nerina L. Jimmieson -- CHAPTER 9: -- Safety Climate and Work-Related Driving in -- Australian Organisations 175 -- Andrew R. Wills, Barry Watson and Herbert C. Biggs -- Section III: -- Organisational Structures and Processes: -- Leadership, Teams, Justice and Change -- Introduction to Section III 199 -- CHAPTER 10: -- Whatever Happened to Bureaucracy? And why does it Matter? 209 -- Bob Dick -- CHAPTER 11: -- Making Sense of an Organisational Crisis: The Experiences of Hospital -- Employees Working During the SARS Outbreak 221 -- Stewart Arnold -- CHAPTER 12: -- Measuring Perceived LMX Variability Within Teams -- and its Impact on Procedural Justice Climate 249 -- Danica T. Hooper and Robin Martin -- CHAPTER 13: -- Developing Models for Analysing Team Mental Model Data 269 -- Janice Langan-Fox, Meei Ng and James M. Canty -- CHAPTER 14: -- Sense of Community: A Vital Link Between Leadership -- and Wellbeing in the Workplace 281 -- Roslyn B. Purkiss and Robert J. Rossi -- CHAPTER 15: -- The Psychology of Migration and Talent flow: A New Zealand -- Perspective 301 -- Kerr Inkson, Stuart C. Carr, Nicola Alifree, Margot F. Edwards, Jill J. Hooks, -- Duncan J. R. Jackson and Kaye J. Thorn -- CHAPTER 16: -- The Top Ten Reasons why Everyone Should Know -- About - and Study - Organisational Justice 323 -- Jerald Greenberg -- Section IV: -- Work Performance: Individual and Organisational Factors -- Introduction to Section IV 347 -- CHAPTER 17: -- Emotional Intelligence at Work: A Review of Research 355 -- Peter J. Jordan -- CHAPTER 18: -- One Big Happy Family: Understanding the role of Workplace -- Familism in the Psychological Contract Dynamics 371 -- Simon Lloyd D. Restubog and Prashant Bordia -- CHAPTER 19: -- A Qualitative Study of the Motivators and Suppressors -- of Counterproductive and Productive Workplace Behaviours 389 -- Ruby Man-wa Lau, Wing-tung Au and Jane Ming-chun Ho -- CHAPTER 20: -- Experience Sampling Methodology in -- Organisational Psychology 403 -- Cynthia D. Fisher -- CHAPTER 21: -- Referee Reports: Applying Best Practice Principles 427 -- Julie A. West, Philippa White and Hanna Thomas -- CHAPTER 22: -- Open Plan Office Environments: The Rhetoric and the Reality 443 -- George Mylonas and Jane Carstairs -- Section V: -- Conclusions -- Introduction to Section V 461 -- CHAPTER 23: -- Organisational Psychology in Australia and New Zealand: -- Reflections on the Recent Past and Issues for Future -- Research and Practice 465 -- Michael P. O'Driscoll -- CHAPTER 24: -- Future Directions for Organisational Psychology 483 -- Briony M. Thompson, A. Ian Glendon and Brett Myors -- Author Biographies 491
Summary This book presents an impressive array of contemporary topics in industrial and organisational psychology from the Asia Pacific region With edited contributions drawn from the very best of material showcased originally at the 2005 conference
Notes "All the substantive chapters in this book were sourced from original presentations to the sixth Australian Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, held at Queensland's Gold Coast in 2005."--p. ix
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Subject Organizational behavior -- Congresses.
Organizational behavior -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.
Organizational behavior.
Organizational sociology -- Congresses.
Organizational sociology.
Psychology, Industrial -- Congresses.
Psychology, Industrial -- Pacific Area -- Congresses.
Psychology, Industrial.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Author Glendon, A. Ian, 1945-
Myors, Brett.
Thompson, Briony M.
Australian Psychological Society.
Australian Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference (6th : 2005 : Gold Coast, Qld.)
LC no. 2008360363
ISBN 9781875378791 (paperback)
Other Titles Organisational psychology
OTHER TI ProQuest Ebook Central