Elliroma Gardiner
Elliroma Gardiner
Lecturer, School of Management, QUT Business School
Verified email at qut.edu.au - Homepage
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Generational differences in personality and motivation: do they exist and what are the implications for the workplace?
M Wong, E Gardiner, W Lang, L Coulon
Journal of managerial psychology 23 (8), 878-890, 2008
8212008
Integrating the context-appropriate balanced attention model and reinforcement sensitivity theory: Towards a domain-general personality process model.
MD Collins, CJ Jackson, BR Walker, PJ O'Connor, E Gardiner
Psychological Bulletin 143 (1), 91, 2017
242017
A trial of the distribution of chlamydia self-collection postal specimen kits from Australian community pharmacies
L Emmerton, MB Skinner, E Gardiner, L Nissen, J Debattista
Sexual Health 8 (1), 130, 2011
212011
Workplace mavericks: How personality and risk‐taking propensity predicts maverickism
E Gardiner, CJ Jackson
British journal of psychology 103 (4), 497-519, 2012
202012
Eye color predicts disagreeableness in North Europeans: Support in favor of Frost (2006)
E Gardiner, CJ Jackson
Current Psychology 29 (1), 1-9, 2010
142010
Personality and learning processes underlying maverickism
E Gardiner, CJ Jackson
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2015
122015
Generational differences in personality and motivation
K Macky, D Gardner, S Forsyth, M Wong, E Gardiner, W Lang, L Coulon
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2008
92008
The power of personality at work: Core self‐evaluations and earnings in the United Kingdom
M Williams, E Gardiner
Human Resource Management Journal 28 (1), 45-60, 2018
62018
Learning to relax versus learning to ideate: Relaxation-focused creativity training benefits introverts more than extraverts
PJ O’Connor, E Gardiner, C Watson
Thinking Skills and Creativity 21, 97-108, 2016
52016
Investigating the relationship between reward sensitivity, impulsivity, and food addiction: A systematic review
AL Maxwell, E Gardiner, NJ Loxton
European Eating Disorders Review, 2020
42020
It pays to be well-connected: The moderating role of networking ability on the relationship between core self-evaluations and income
RA Venz, E Gardiner
Personality and Individual Differences 110, 85-89, 2017
42017
Left hemispheric lateral preference and high neuroticism predict disinhibition in two go/no‐go experiments
E Gardiner, CJ Jackson, NJ Loxton
Journal of Personality 83 (1), 84-96, 2015
42015
Supporting older workers to work: a systematic review
MKL Chen, E Gardiner
Personnel Review, 2019
32019
What do self-report measures of disinhibition really measure?
E Gardiner, CJ Jackson
Nova Science Publishers, 2011
22011
How entrepreneurs think: financial decisions for the long or short term
J Debrulle, J Maes, E Gardiner
Journal of Business Strategy, 2020
12020
The core self-evaluation scale: A replication of bi-factor dimensionality, reliability, and criterion validity
T Henderson, E Gardiner
Personality and Individual Differences 138, 312-320, 2019
12019
Crushing and altering medications in Queensland hospitals
A Haywood, L Nissen, E Gardiner
APSA, 2006
12006
New ventures: how team motivation affects financial outcomes
J Debrulle, J Maes, E Gardiner
Journal of Business Strategy, 2020
2020
The Power of Personality in the ‘New Economy’: Core Self-Evaluations and Earnings in the United Kingdom
M Williams, E Gardiner
CIPD, 2016
2016
How process models of personality based on revised reinforcement sensitivity theory suggest a way to organize personality structure
BR Walker, MD Collins, E Gardiner, PJ O'Connor, CJ Jackson
Personality and Individual Differences 101, 524-525, 2016
2016
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