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Brough, P.
Brough, Paula
Brough, Paula Ann
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University of Bristol
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ability of 'family friendly' organizational resources to predict work-family conflict and job and family satisfaction, The
Comparative Investigation of the Predictors of Work-related Psychological Well-being within Police, Fire and Ambulance Workers, A
Comprehensive Test of the Job Demands-Control Interaction: Comparing Two Measures of Job Characteristics, A
Confirmatory factor analysis of the cybernetic coping scale
Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Work Locus of Control Scale
Evaluating the criterion validity of the Cybernetic Coping Scale: Cross-lagged predictions of psychological strain, job and family satisfaction
Expert commentary on work-life balance and crossover of emotions and experiences: Theoretical and practice advancements
Family-supportive organization perceptions, multiple dimensions of work-family conflict, and employee satisfaction: A test of model across five samples
Investigating the Moderating Influences of Gender Upon Role Salience and Work-Family Conflict
Keeping PACE, 1993
longitudinal investigation of police officers' psychological well-being, 1997, A
Managing Occupational Stress in a High-Risk Industry. Measuring the Job Demands of Correctional Officers
psychometric properties of the short version of the cybernetic coping scale: a multigroup confirmatory factor analysis across four samples, The
Role resources and work-family enrichment : The role of work engagement
Work/Family Conflict, Psychological Well-Being, Satisfaction and Social Support: A Longitudinal Study in New Zealand
Workplace psychological health, ©2009
Workplace violence experienced by paramedics: Relationships with social support, job satisfaction, and psychological strain
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JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
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