Sonnentag, S., Cheng, B., & Parker, S.L. (2022). Recovery from work: Advancing the field towards the future. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, Accepted March, 2021.
Parker, S.L., Dawson, N., van den Broeck, A., Sonnentag, S., & Neal, A. (2021). Employee motivation profiles, energy levels, and approaches to sustaining energy: A two-wave latent-profile analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior, in press. Accepted 5/11/2021.
McIlroy, T., Parker, S.L., & McKimmie, B. (2020). The effects of unanswered supervisor support on employees' well-being, performance, and relational outcomes. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, in press. Accepted 23/20/2020.
Abdel-Hadi, S., Mojzisch, A., Parker, S.L., & Hausser, J.A. (2020). Experimental evidence for the effects of job demands and job control on physical activity after work. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, in press. Accepted 11 Aug 2020.
Kim, J., Parker, S.L., Henderson, T., & Kirby, J. (2020). Physiological fractals: Visual and statistical evidence across timescales and experimental states. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, in press. Accepted 4 June 2020.
Cruwys, T., Greenaway, K.H., Ferris, L.J., Rathbone, J.A., Saeri, A.K., Williams, E., Parker, S.L., Chang, M.X.L., Croft, N., Bingley, W., & Grace, L. (2020). When trust is a liability: A social identity model of risk taking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, in press. Accepted 8 Mar 2020.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Amiot, C.E. (2020). Persisting with a music career despite the insecurity: When social and motivational resources really matter. Psychology of Music, in press.
Kim, J., Parker, S.L., Doty, J.R., Cunnington, R., Gilbert, P. & Kirby, J. (2020). Neurophysiological and behavioural markers of compassionate motivation. Scientific Reports, 10, 6789.
Parker, S.L., Sonnentag, S., Jimmieson, N.L., & Newton, C.J. (2020). Relaxation during the evening and next-morning energy: The role of hassles, uplifts, and heart rate variability during work. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 25, 2, 83-98.
Parker, S.L. Bell, K., Gagné, M., Carey, K., & Hilpert, T. (2019). Collateral damage associated with performance-based pay: the role of stress appraisals. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 28, 5, 691-707.
Parker, S.L., Cutts, S., Nathan, G., & Zacher, H. (2019). Understanding franchisee performance: The role of personal and contextual resources. Journal of Business and Psychology, 34, 5, 603-620.
Parker, S.L., Zacher, H., de Bloom, J., Verton, T.M., & Lentink, C.R. (2017). Daily use of energy management strategies and occupational well-being: The moderating role of job demands. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1477.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Techakesari, P. (2017). Using stress and resource theories to examine the incentive effects of a performance-based extrinsic reward. Human Performance, 30, 4, 169-192.
Greaves, C.E., Parker, S.L., Zacher, H., & Jimmieson, N.L. (2017). Working mothers’ emotional exhaustion from work and care: The role of core self-evaluations, mental health, and control. Work & Stress, 31, 2, 164-181
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Amiot, C.E. (2017). The motivational mechanisms underlying active and high strain work: Consequences for mastery and performance. Work & Stress, 31, 3, 233-255.
Norton, T.A., Zacher, H., Parker, S.L., & Ashkanasy, N.M. (2017). Bridging the gap between green behavioural intentions and employee green behaviour: The role of green psychological climate. Journal of Organisational Behavior, 38, 7, 996-1015.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Amiot, C.E. (2016). Reactions to changes in work control: Differential implications for self-determined and non-self-determined individuals. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 21, 4, 455-467.
Greaves, C.E., Parker, S.L., Zacher, H., & Jimmieson, N.L. (2015). Turnover intentions of employees with informal eldercare responsibilities: The role of core self-evaluations and supervisor support. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 82, 79-115.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., Walsh, A., & Loakes, J. (2015). Trait resilience fosters adaptive coping when control opportunities are high: Implications for the motivating potential of active work. Journal of Business and Psychology, 30, 3, 583-604.
Norton, T.A., Parker, S.L., Zacher, H., & Ashkanasy, N.A. (2015). Employee green behavior: A theoretical framework, multilevel review, and future research agenda. Organization & Environment, 28, 1, 103-125.
Parker, S.L., Laurie, K.R., Newton, C.J., & Jimmieson, N.L. (2014). Regulatory focus moderates the relationship between task control and physiological and psychological markers of stress: A work simulation study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 94, 3, 390-398.
Zacher, H., Brailsford, H., & Parker, S.L. (2014). Micro-breaks matter: A diary study on the effects of energy management strategies on occupational well-being. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 85, 3, 287-297.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Amiot, C.E. (2013). Self-determination, control, and reactions to changes in workload: A work simulation. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18, 2, 173-190.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Johnson, K.M. (2013). General self-efficacy influences affective task reactions during a work simulation: The temporal effects of changes in workload at different levels of control. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping, 26, 2, 217-239.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Amiot, C.E. (2010). Self-determination as a moderator of demands and control: Implications for employee strain and engagement. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 76, 52-67.
Parker, S.L., Jimmieson, N.L., & Amiot, C.E. (2009). The stress-buffering effects of control on task satisfaction and perceived goal attainment: An experimental study of the moderating influence of desire for control. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 58, 4, 622-652.
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