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Journal article

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., MICHAELIDES, G. and WOOD, S., 2017. Job demands, job control, psychological climate, and job satisfaction: a cognitive dissonance perspective. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 4. ISSN 2051-6614 (Forthcoming)

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2015. Workplace design. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2 (3), pp. 224-243. ISSN 2051-6614

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., ANTONIOU, A.S., MICHAELIDES, G. and COX, T., 2009. Expanding the risk assessment methodology for work-related health: a technique for incorporating multivariate curvilinear effects. Work and Stress, 23 (2), pp. 99-119.

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2008. Conceptualising nonlinear dynamic systems for health psychology research. Health Psychology Update, 7 (1), pp. 28-36.

Conference contribution

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2012. The four pillars of organisational interventions: incorporating context into process, content and criterion issues. In: International Process Evaluation Partnership (IPEP) meeting, Improving Organizational Interventions for Stress and Well-being: Addressing Process and Context Issues (European Association of Work & Organisational Psychology small groups meeting), Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, May 2012.

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2011. A multilevel perspective on understanding the relationships between the organisation, the leader, and employee well-being. In: BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, 12-14 January 2011, Stratford-upon-Avon.

MICHAELIDES, G. and KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., 2010. All we need is context. In: 2nd Biennial Institute of Work Psychology International Conference: Work, Well-being and Performance, Sheffield, 29 June - 1 July 2010, Sheffield.

MICHAELIDES, G. and KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., 2010. Conceptualizing organizational context for employee health, and well-being: development of a theoretical model and evaluation of a measure. In: 4th CIS/ISCTE-IUL International Seminar of Positive Occupational Health Psychology, Lisbon, 21 May - 2 June 2010, Lisbon.

MICHAELIDES, G., VAN, V. and KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., 2010. Symposium: On the importance of multilevel approaches. In: Institute of Work Psychology International Conference: Work, Well-being and Performance, Sheffield, 29 June - 1 July 2010, Sheffield.

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., MICHAELIDES, G. and COX, T., 2008. Incorporating linear and curvilinear relationships in risk assessment for work-related health and well-being. In: Institute of Work Psychology International Conference: Work, Well-being and Performance: New Perspectives for the Modern Workplace, Sheffield, 18-20 June 2008, Sheffield.

Professional or trade journal contribution

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2009. How does your organisation impact on work-related health? .

Research report for external body

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2013. The workplace makes a difference: principles of workplace design for employee well-being (v2.0). Research report for external body. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., MICHAELIDES, G. and HARDY, C., 2011. Work & well-being – in context. Feedback reports to 17 UK organizations. Research report for external body. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M., HARDY, C., MICHAELIDES, G. and WARDLE, M., 2011. The workplace makes a difference: developing healthy work environments for employee well-being: guidance for employers (v1.0). Research report for external body. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

Other

KARANIKA-MURRAY, M. and MICHAELIDES, G., 2011. A questionnaire to assess enabling work environments for psychological health (Manual v 1.0) [questionnaire].

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