Michelle Tuckey
Michelle Tuckey
University of South Australia, Flinders University
Verified email at unisa.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Psychosocial safety climate as a lead indicator of workplace bullying and harassment, job resources, psychological health and employee engagement
R Law, MF Dollard, MR Tuckey, C Dormann
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (5), 1782-1793, 2011
2792011
Empowering leaders optimize working conditions for engagement: A multilevel study.
MR Tuckey, AB Bakker, MF Dollard
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (1), 15, 2012
2512012
The influence of motives and goal orientation on feedback seeking
M Tuckey, N Brewer, P Williamson
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 75 (2), 195-216, 2002
2502002
Psychosocial safety climate, workplace bullying, and symptoms of posttraumatic stress
SA Bond, MR Tuckey, MF Dollard
Organization Development Journal 28 (1), 37, 2010
2112010
Job demands, work‐family conflict, and emotional exhaustion in police officers: A longitudinal test of competing theories
GB Hall, MF Dollard, MR Tuckey, AH Winefield, BM Thompson
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 83 (1), 237-250, 2010
1872010
National surveillance of psychosocial risk factors in the workplace: An international overview
M Dollard, N Skinner, MR Tuckey, T Bailey
Work & Stress 21 (1), 1-29, 2007
1792007
The influence of schemas, stimulus ambiguity, and interview schedule on eyewitness memory over time.
MR Tuckey, N Brewer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 9 (2), 101, 2003
1572003
Workplace bullying: The role of psychosocial work environment factors.
MR Tuckey, MF Dollard, PJ Hosking, AH Winefield
International Journal of Stress Management 16 (3), 215, 2009
1512009
Emotions in uniform: How nurses regulate emotion at work via emotional boundaries
RM Hayward, MR Tuckey
Human relations 64 (11), 1501-1523, 2011
1072011
Psychosocial safety climate moderates the job demand–resource interaction in predicting workgroup distress
MF Dollard, MR Tuckey, C Dormann
Accident Analysis & Prevention 45, 694-704, 2012
1052012
Global and occupation‐specific emotional resources as buffers against the emotional demands of fire‐fighting
MR Tuckey, R Hayward
Applied Psychology 60 (1), 1-23, 2011
872011
A methodological review of research on the antecedents and consequences of workplace harassment
AM Neall, MR Tuckey
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 87 (2), 225-257, 2014
832014
Workplace bullying erodes job and personal resources: Between-and within-person perspectives.
MR Tuckey, AM Neall
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 19 (4), 413, 2014
762014
Group critical incident stress debriefing with emergency services personnel: a randomized controlled trial
MR Tuckey, JE Scott
Anxiety, Stress & Coping 27 (1), 38-54, 2014
722014
Issues in the debriefing debate for the emergency services: Moving research outcomes forward
MR Tuckey
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 14 (2), 106-116, 2007
662007
Mindfulness interventions in the workplace: A critique of the current state of the literature.
SD Jamieson, MR Tuckey
Journal of occupational health psychology 22 (2), 180, 2017
612017
Hindrances are not threats: Advancing the multidimensionality of work stress.
MR Tuckey, B Searle, CM Boyd, AH Winefield, HR Winefield
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 20 (2), 131, 2015
552015
Psychosocial safety climate as a management tool for employee engagement and performance: A multilevel analysis.
MA Idris, MF Dollard, MR Tuckey
International Journal of Stress Management 22 (2), 183, 2015
542015
Negative workplace behaviour: Temporal associations with cardiovascular outcomes and psychological health problems in Australian police
MR Tuckey, MF Dollard, J Saebel, NM Berry
Stress and Health 26 (5), 372-381, 2010
492010
The police turnover problem: fact or fiction?
JE Lynch, M Tuckey
Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 31 (1 …, 2008
492008
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