Michelle Inness
Michelle Inness
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Predicting workplace aggression: a meta-analysis.
MS Hershcovis, N Turner, J Barling, KA Arnold, KE Dupré, M Inness, ...
Journal of applied Psychology 92 (1), 228, 2007
11152007
Understanding supervisor-targeted aggression: A within-person, between-jobs design.
M Inness, J Barling, N Turner
Journal of applied Psychology 90 (4), 731, 2005
3012005
Transformational leadership and employee safety performance: A within-person, between-jobs design.
M Inness, N Turner, J Barling, CB Stride
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 15 (3), 279, 2010
1902010
Workplace aggression in teenage part-time employees.
KE Dupré, M Inness, CE Connelly, J Barling, C Hoption
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (5), 987, 2006
1642006
Psychosocial predictors of supervisor-, peer-, subordinate-, and service-provider-targeted aggression.
M Inness, MM LeBlanc, J Barling
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (6), 1401, 2008
1242008
Loving one's job: Construct development and implications for individual well-being
EK Kelloway, M Inness, J Barling, L Francis, N Turner
New developments in theoretical and conceptual approaches to job stress, 2010
372010
Climate control: The relationship between social identity threat and cues to an identity-safe culture.
W Hall, T Schmader, A Aday, M Inness, E Croft
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 115 (3), 446, 2018
332018
De-marketing tobacco through price changes and consumer attempts quit smoking
M Inness, J Barling, K Rogers, N Turner
Journal of Business Ethics 77 (4), 405-416, 2008
232008
Gender, mood state, and justice preference: Do mood states moderate gender‐based norms of justice?
M Inness, S Desmarais, A Day
British Journal of Social Psychology 44 (3), 463-478, 2005
172005
Help seeking by health professionals for addiction: A mixed studies review
D Kunyk, M Inness, E Reisdorfer, H Morris, T Chambers
International journal of nursing studies 60, 200-215, 2016
162016
Alternative work arrangements and employee well being
J Barling, M Inness, DG Gallagher
Historical and current perspectives on stress and health, 2002
162002
Should I stay or should I go? Women’s implicit stereotypic associations predict their commitment and fit in STEM.
K Block, WM Hall, T Schmader, M Inness, E Croft
Social Psychology 49 (4), 243, 2018
82018
The person and the situation: Predicting well-being outcomes at work.
M Inness
ProQuest Information & Learning, 2006
82006
New developments in theoretical and conceptual approaches to job stress
J Barling
72010
Transformational leadership and employee voice: a model of proactive motivation
G Zhang, M Inness
Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 2019
32019
Organizational attachment: Conceptualization, measurement, and incremental prediction of work attitudes and outcomes.
JR Feeney, IR Gellatly, RD Goffin, M Inness
Journal of Personnel Psychology 19 (3), 113, 2020
22020
Transformational leadership and employee voice: the role of followers' proactive personality
G Zhang, M Inness
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 17366, 2016
12016
Can Mistreated Employees Feel Commitment Towards Their Organization?
E Jing, IR Gellatly, M Inness
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 11452, 2019
2019
Workplace Drinking and Aggression: The Role of Job-Focused Relationship Perceptions
M Inness, E Jing
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 15798, 2019
2019
Organizational justice and workplace aggression: the impact of power distance
G Zhang, M Inness
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 14692, 2016
2016
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