Karen Niven
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A classification of controlled interpersonal affect regulation strategies.
K Niven, P Totterdell, D Holman
Emotion 9 (4), 498, 2009
Emotion Regulation of Others and Self (EROS): The development and validation of a new individual difference measure
K Niven, P Totterdell, CB Stride, D Holman
Current Psychology 30, 53-73, 2011
Can employees be emotionally drained by witnessing unpleasant interactions between coworkers? A diary study of induced emotion regulation
P Totterdell, MS Hershcovis, K Niven, TC Reich, C Stride
Work & Stress 26 (2), 112-129, 2012
How to win friendship and trust by influencing people’s feelings: An investigation of interpersonal affect regulation and the quality of relationships
K Niven, D Holman, P Totterdell
human relations 65 (6), 777-805, 2012
The four key characteristics of interpersonal emotion regulation
K Niven
Current opinion in psychology 17, 89-93, 2017
Personality traits and emotion regulation: A targeted review and recommendations.
DJ Hughes, IK Kratsiotis, K Niven, D Holman
Emotion 20 (1), 63, 2020
Discrimination and well-being in organizations: Testing the differential power and organizational justice theories of workplace aggression
S Wood, J Braeken, K Niven
Journal of business ethics 115, 617-634, 2013
Does regulating others' feelings influence people's own affective well-being?
K Niven, P Totterdell, D Holman, T Headley
The Journal of social psychology 152 (2), 246-260, 2012
Leader affective presence and innovation in teams.
HP Madrid, P Totterdell, K Niven, E Barros
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (5), 673, 2016
Variability in the use of mobile ICTs by homeworkers and its consequences for boundary management and social isolation
D Hislop, C Axtell, A Collins, K Daniels, J Glover, K Niven
Information and Organization 25 (4), 222-232, 2015
Witnessing workplace bullying and employee well-being: A two-wave field study.
CA Sprigg, K Niven, J Dawson, S Farley, CJ Armitage
Journal of occupational health psychology 24 (2), 286, 2019
Becoming popular: Interpersonal emotion regulation predicts relationship formation in real life social networks
K Niven, D Garcia, I Van der Lwe, D Holman, W Mansell
Frontiers in psychology 6, 148586, 2015
The hidden dangers of attending work while unwell: A survey study of presenteeism among pharmacists.
K Niven, N Ciborowska
International Journal of Stress Management 22 (2), 207, 2015
Susceptibility to the ‘dark side’of goal-setting: Does moral justification influence the effect of goals on unethical behavior?
K Niven, C Healy
Journal of business ethics 137, 115-127, 2016
Why do people engage in interpersonal emotion regulation at work?
K Niven
Organizational Psychology Review 6 (4), 305-323, 2016
‘I could help, but...’: a dynamic sensemaking model of workplace bullying bystanders
K Ng, K Niven, H Hoel
Human Relations 73 (12), 1718-1746, 2020
Does emotion regulation protect employees from the negative effects of workplace aggression?
K Niven, CA Sprigg, CJ Armitage
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (1), 88-106, 2013
Workplace bullying: Causes, consequences, and intervention strategies
MS Hershcovis, TC Reich, K Niven
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2015
Career plateau: A review of 40 years of research
WN Yang, K Niven, S Johnson
Journal of vocational behavior 110, 286-302, 2019
You spin me right round: Cross-relationship variability in interpersonal emotion regulation
K Niven, I Macdonald, D Holman
Frontiers in psychology 3, 31170, 2012
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