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Maria Karanika-Murray
Maria Karanika-Murray
Associate Professor in Occupational Health Psychology, Nottingham Trent University
Potvrđena adresa e-pošte na ntu.ac.uk
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Organizational identification, work engagement, and job satisfaction
M Karanika-Murray, N Duncan, HM Pontes, MD Griffiths
Journal of Managerial Psychology 30 (8), 1019-1033, 2015
3802015
Evaluating organisational-level work stress interventions: Beyond traditional methods
T Cox, M Karanika, A Griffiths, J Houdmont
Psychological Stress, 2015
243*2015
Process evaluation for organizational stress and well-being interventions: Implications for theory, method, and practice.
C Biron, M Karanika-Murray
International Journal of Stress Management 21 (1), 85, 2014
2082014
Research priorities for the COVID‐19 pandemic and beyond: A call to action for psychological science
DB O'Connor, JP Aggleton, B Chakrabarti, CL Cooper, C Creswell, ...
British Journal of Psychology 111 (4), 603-629, 2020
1822020
Improving organizational interventions for stress and well-being
C Biron, M Karanika-Murray, C Cooper
Routledge, 2012
1512012
The psychosocial work environment, employee mental health and organizational interventions: Improving research and practice by taking a multilevel approach
A Martin, M Karanika‐Murray, C Biron, K Sanderson
Stress and health 32 (3), 201-215, 2016
1332016
Sickness presenteeism determines job satisfaction via affective-motivational states
M Karanika-Murray, HM Pontes, MD Griffiths, C Biron
Social Science & Medicine 139, 100-106, 2015
1052015
“To work, or not to work, that is the question”–Recent trends and avenues for research on presenteeism
SA Ruhle, H Breitsohl, E Aboagye, V Baba, C Biron, C Correia Leal, ...
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 29 (3), 344-363, 2020
932020
The health-performance framework of presenteeism: Towards understanding an adaptive behaviour
M Karanika-Murray, B Caroline
Human Relations, 2020
912020
Work design and management in the manufacturing sector: development and validation of the Work Organisation Assessment Questionnaire
A Griffiths, T Cox, M Karanika, S Khan, JM Tomás
Occupational and Environmental Medicine 63 (10), 669-675, 2006
862006
Contextualising over-engagement in work: Towards a more global understanding of workaholism as an addiction
MD Griffiths, M Karanika-Murray
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 1 (3), 87-95, 2012
682012
Optimising workplace interventions for health and well‐being: a commentary on the limitations of the public health perspective within the workplace health arena
M Karanika‐Murray, AK Weyman
International Journal of Workplace Health Management 6 (2), 104-117, 2013
632013
Leader-Member Exchange across two hierarchical levels of leadership: concurrent influences on work characteristics and employee psychological health
M Karanika-Murray, KJ Bartholomew, GA Williams, T Cox
Work & Stress 29 (1), 57-74, 2015
562015
Meritocracy a myth? A multilevel perspective of how social inequality accumulates through work
H van Dijk, D Kooij, M Karanika-Murray, A De Vos, B Meyer
Organizational Psychology Review 10 (3-4), 240-269, 2020
432020
Presenteeism: An introduction to a prevailing global phenomenon
CL Karanika-Murray, M., Cooper
Presenteeism at Work, 9-34, 2017
43*2017
Improving organizational learning through leadership training
H Hasson, U von Thiele Schwarz, S Holmstrom, M Karanika-Murray, ...
Journal of Workplace Learning 28 (3), 115-129, 2016
412016
A systematic review of job demands and resources associated with compassion fatigue in mental health professionals
J Singh, M Karanika-Murray, T Baguley, J Hudson
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (19), 6987, 2020
352020
Addressing mental health and organisational performance in tandem: A challenge and an opportunity for bringing together what belongs together
C Ipsen, M Karanika-Murray, G Nardelli
Work & Stress 34 (1), 1-4, 2020
332020
Workplace design: Conceptualizing and measuring workplace characteristics for motivation
M Karanika-Murray, G Michaelides
Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 2015
312015
Expanding the risk assessment methodology for work-related health: A technique for incorporating multivariate curvilinear effects
M Karanika-Murray, AS Antoniou, G Michaelides, T Cox
Work & Stress 23 (2), 99-119, 2009
292009
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