Christine A Sprigg
Christine A Sprigg
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Minimizing strain and maximizing learning: the role of job demands, job control, and proactive personality.
SK Parker, CA Sprigg
Journal of applied psychology 84 (6), 925, 1999
5271999
Effect of temporary contracts on perceived work characteristics and job strain: A longitudinal study
SK Parker, MA Griffin, CA Sprigg, TD Wall
Personnel psychology 55 (3), 689-719, 2002
2372002
Acceptability of workplace bullying: A comparative study on six continents
JL Power, CM Brotheridge, J Blenkinsopp, L Bowes-Sperry, N Bozionelos, ...
Journal of Business Research 66 (3), 374-380, 2013
1692013
Call centers as lean service environments: Job-related strain and the mediating role of work design.
CA Sprigg, PR Jackson
Journal of occupational health psychology 11 (2), 197, 2006
1582006
Production teamworking: The importance of interdependence and autonomy for employee strain and satisfaction
CA Sprigg, PR Jackson, SK Parker
Human Relations 53 (11), 1519-1543, 2000
1532000
Work characteristics, musculoskeletal disorders, and the mediating role of psychological strain: A study of call center employees.
CA Sprigg, CB Stride, TD Wall, DJ Holman, PR Smith
Journal of Applied Psychology 92 (5), 1456, 2007
1242007
Psychosocial risk factors in call centres: An evaluation of work design and well-being
CA Sprigg, PR Smith, PR Jackson
HSE, 2003
962003
The mediating role of job characteristics in job redesign interventions: A serendipitous quasi‐experiment
DJ Holman, CM Axtell, CA Sprigg, P Totterdell, TD Wall
Journal of Organizational Behavior 31 (1), 84-105, 2010
862010
Exploring the impact of workplace cyberbullying on trainee doctors
S Farley, I Coyne, C Sprigg, C Axtell, G Subramanian
Medical education 49 (4), 436-443, 2015
772015
Understanding the relationship between experiencing workplace cyberbullying, employee mental strain and job satisfaction: A dysempowerment approach
I Coyne, S Farley, C Axtell, C Sprigg, L Best, O Kwok
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (7), 945-972, 2017
612017
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
482013
The roles of behavioral and implementation intentions in changing physical activity in young children with low socioeconomic status
CJ Armitage, CA Sprigg
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 32 (3), 359-376, 2010
442010
Ruminative thinking exacerbates the negative effects of workplace violence
K Niven, CA Sprigg, CJ Armitage, A Satchwell
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 86 (1), 67-84, 2013
292013
Verbal abuse in the National Health Service: impressions of the prevalence, perceived reasons for and relationships with staff psychological well-being
CA Sprigg, CJ Armitage, K Hollis
Emergency Medicine Journal 24 (4), 281-282, 2007
282007
Design, development and validation of a workplace cyberbullying measure, the WCM
S Farley, I Coyne, C Axtell, C Sprigg
Work & Stress 30 (4), 293-317, 2016
252016
Organizational interventions to reduce the impact of poor work design
SK Parker, PR Jackson, CA Sprigg, AC Whybrow
HSE, 1998
241998
Interdependence as a key requirement for the successful introduction of teamworking: a case study
PR Jackson, CA Sprigg, S Parker
Teamworking, 83-102, 2000
212000
A move backwards? The introduction of a moving assembly line
SK Parker, CA Sprigg
Proceedings of the occupational psychology conference, Eastbourne, UK, 139-144, 1998
151998
Unacceptable behaviour, health and wellbeing at work
CA Sprigg, A Martin, K Niven, CJ Armitage
A cross-lagged longitudinal study 10, 2010
82010
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
62019
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