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Massey University - College of Humanities & Social Sciences


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1.  
Ethnicity, Workplace Bullying, Social Support and Psychological Strain in Aotearoa/New Zealand | Show Abstract |
New Zealand Journal of Psychology, Vol 42(2), pp 84-91, 2013
Accepted Paper Series
Gardner, Dianne
Massey University - College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Bentley, Tim A.
Massey University - School of Management
Catley, Bevan
Massey University - School of Management
Cooper-Thomas, Helena D.
University of Auckland - Department of Psychology
O'Driscoll, Michael P.
University of Waikato - School of Psychology
Trenberth, Linda
University of London - Birkbeck College - Department of Management
Posted:
31 Oct 13
 

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Neutralizing Workplace Bullying: The Buffering Effects of Contextual Factors | Show Abstract |
Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol 28 (4), pp. 384-407
Accepted Paper Series
Cooper-Thomas, Helena D.
University of Auckland - Department of Psychology
Gardner, Dianne
Massey University - College of Humanities & Social Sciences
O'Driscoll, Michael P.
University of Waikato - School of Psychology
Catley, Bevan
Massey University - School of Management
Bentley, Tim
Massey University
Trenberth, Linda
University of London - Birkbeck College - Department of Management
Posted:
27 May 13
 

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Workplace Bullying in New Zealand: A Survey of Employee Perceptions and Attitudes | Show Abstract |
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 49, No. 4, pp. 390-408, 2012
Accepted Paper Series
O'Driscoll, Michael P.
University of Waikato - School of Psychology
Cooper-Thomas, Helena D.
University of Auckland - Department of Psychology
Bentley, Tim A.
Massey University - School of Management
Catley, Bevan
Massey University - School of Management
Gardner, Dianne
Massey University - College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Trenberth, Linda
University of London - Birkbeck College - Department of Management
Posted:
23 Jan 12
 

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Perspectives on Bullying in the New Zealand Health and Hospitality Sectors | Show Abstract |
The Journal of Occupational Health and Safety -­ Australia and New Zealand, Vol. 25, No. 5, pp 363-373, 2009
Accepted Paper Series
Bentley, Tim A.
Massey University - School of Management
Catley, Bevan
Massey University - School of Management
Gardner, Dianne
Massey University - College of Humanities & Social Sciences
O'Driscoll, Michael P.
University of Waikato - School of Psychology
Trenberth, Linda
University of London - Birkbeck College - Department of Management
Cooper-Thomas, Helena D.
University of Auckland - Department of Psychology
Posted:
25 Jul 11
 

5.  
Bentley, Tim A.
Massey University - School of Management
Catley, Bevan
Massey University - School of Management
Cooper-Thomas, Helena D.
University of Auckland - Department of Psychology
Gardner, Dianne
Massey University - College of Humanities & Social Sciences
O'Driscoll, Michael P.
University of Waikato - School of Psychology
Dale, Alison
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Trenberth, Linda
University of London - Birkbeck College - Department of Management
Posted:
12 Jul 11
Last Revised:
26 Jul 11
 


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