Stacey L Parker
Stacey L Parker
Associate Professor, School of Psychology, University of Queensland
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Employee green behavior: A theoretical framework, multilevel review, and future research agenda
TA Norton, SL Parker, H Zacher, NM Ashkanasy
Organization & Environment 28 (1), 103-125, 2015
Bridging the gap between green behavioral intentions and employee green behavior: The role of green psychological climate
TA Norton, H Zacher, SL Parker, NM Ashkanasy
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (7), 996-1015, 2017
Micro-breaks matter: A diary study on the effects of energy management strategies on occupational well-being
H Zacher, HA Brailsford, SL Parker
Journal of Vocational Behavior 85 (3), 287-297, 2014
Self-determination as a moderator of demands and control: Implications for employee strain and engagement
SL Parker, NL Jimmieson, CE Amiot
Journal of vocational behavior 76 (1), 52-67, 2010
Neurophysiological and behavioural markers of compassion
JJ Kim, SL Parker, JR Doty, R Cunnington, P Gilbert, JN Kirby
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020
The stress‐buffering effects of control on task satisfaction and perceived goal attainment: An experimental study of the moderating influence of desire for control
SL Parker, NL Jimmieson, CE Amiot
Applied psychology 58 (4), 622-652, 2009
Self-determination, control, and reactions to changes in workload: A work simulation.
SL Parker, NL Jimmieson, CE Amiot
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 18 (2), 173, 2013
When trust goes wrong: A social identity model of risk taking.
T Cruwys, KH Greenaway, LJ Ferris, JA Rathbone, AK Saeri, E Williams, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 120 (1), 57, 2021
Measures of coping for psychological well-being
KH Greenaway, WR Louis, SL Parker, EK Kalokerinos, JR Smith, DJ Terry
Measures of personality and social psychological constructs, 322-351, 2015
Trait resilience fosters adaptive coping when control opportunities are high: Implications for the motivating potential of active work
SL Parker, NL Jimmieson, AJ Walsh, JL Loakes
Journal of Business and Psychology 30 (3), 583-604, 2015
Working mothers’ emotional exhaustion from work and care: The role of core self-evaluations, mental health, and control
CE Greaves, SL Parker, H Zacher, NL Jimmieson
Work & Stress 31 (2), 164-181, 2017
General self-efficacy influences affective task reactions during a work simulation: the temporal effects of changes in workload at different levels of control
SL Parker, NL Jimmieson, KM Johnson
Anxiety, Stress & Coping 26 (2), 217-239, 2013
Turnover intentions of employees with informal eldercare responsibilities: The role of core self-evaluations and supervisor support
CE Greaves, SL Parker, H Zacher, NL Jimmieson
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 82 (1), 79-115, 2015
Relaxation during the evening and next-morning energy: The role of hassles, uplifts, and heart rate variability during work.
SL Parker, S Sonnentag, NL Jimmieson, CJ Newton
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 25 (2), 83, 2020
Understanding franchisee performance: The role of personal and contextual resources
SL Parker, S Cutts, G Nathan, H Zacher
Journal of business and psychology 34 (5), 603-620, 2019
Regulatory focus moderates the relationship between task control and physiological and psychological markers of stress: A work simulation study
SL Parker, KR Laurie, CJ Newton, NL Jimmieson
International journal of psychophysiology 94 (3), 390-398, 2014
Daily use of energy management strategies and occupational well-being: The moderating role of job demands
SL Parker, H Zacher, J de Bloom, TM Verton, CR Lentink
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1477, 2017
Results of the musicians’ well-being survey: Creative realities for music professionals in Australia
S Parker
University of Queensland: Brisbane, Australia, 2015
Collateral damage associated with performance-based pay: the role of stress appraisals
SL Parker, K Bell, M Gagné, K Carey, T Hilpert
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28 (5), 691-707, 2019
Using stress and resource theories to examine the incentive effects of a performance-based extrinsic reward
SL Parker, NL Jimmieson, P Techakesari
Human Performance 30 (4), 169-192, 2017
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