2009 - Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award, British Academy of Management
Fellow of the British Academy of Management
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Occupational stress, Job satisfaction, Mental health and Applied psychology. Cary L. Cooper frequently studies issues relating to Well-being and Social psychology. His Occupational stress research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Coping, Stressor, Stress management and Burnout.
His Job satisfaction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nursing, Psychiatry and Work–family conflict. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Occupational burnout and Gerontology. His Applied psychology study combines topics in areas such as Job stress and Job control.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Public relations, Occupational stress, Job satisfaction and Stress. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coping, Stressor and Applied psychology in addition to Occupational stress. The study of Coping is intertwined with the study of Developmental psychology in a number of ways.
His Job satisfaction research includes elements of Mental health and Locus of control.
Cary L. Cooper mainly investigates Social psychology, Public relations, Applied psychology, Management and Human resource management. His research integrates issues of Coping, Context and Stress in his study of Social psychology. His work on Public relations is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Workforce.
His Applied psychology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Well-being. His research on Management focuses in particular on Human resources. He combines subjects such as Mental health and Occupational stress with his study of Job satisfaction.
Social psychology, Public relations, Applied psychology, Occupational stress and Human resource management are his primary areas of study. His work is dedicated to discovering how Social psychology, Context are connected with Management and other disciplines. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Workload, Phenomenon and Psychological resilience.
Cary L. Cooper has researched Applied psychology in several fields, including Stress, Well-being, Person–environment fit, Job performance and Organizational commitment. His research on Occupational stress concerns the broader Clinical psychology. Cary L. Cooper interconnects Productivity, Empirical research, Accounting and Industrial relations in the investigation of issues within Human resource management.
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International review of industrial and organizational psychology
Ivan Robertson;Cary L. Cooper;Gerard P. Hodgkinson;J. Kevin Ford.
Organizational Stress: A Review and Critique of Theory, Research, and Applications
Cary L. Cooper;Philip J. Dewe;Michael P. O'Driscoll.
The Concept of Bullying and Harassment at Work: The European Tradition
Ståle Einarsen;Helge Hoel;Dieter Zapf;Cary L. Cooper.
The experience of work‐related stress across occupations
Sheena Johnson;Cary Cooper;Sue Cartwright;Ian Donald.
Journal of Managerial Psychology (2005)
The relationship between job satisfaction and health: a meta-analysis
E B Faragher;M Cass;C L Cooper.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2005)
Work Psychology: Understanding Human Behaviour in the Workplace
B Burnes;F Patterson;I T Robertson;J Silvester.
Occupational sources of stress: a review of the literature relating to coronary heart disease and mental ill health
Cary L. Cooper;Judi Marshall.
Journal of occupational psychology (1976)
Managing Mergers Acquisitions and Strategic Alliances
Sue Cartwright;Cary L. Cooper.
A META-ANALYSIS OF WORK DEMAND STRESSORS AND JOB PERFORMANCE: EXAMINING MAIN AND MODERATING EFFECTS
Simona Gilboa;Arie Shirom;Yitzhak Fried;Cary L. Cooper.
Personnel Psychology (2008)
The role of culture compatibility in successful organizational marriage
Susan Cartwright;Cary L. Cooper.
Academy of Management Perspectives (1993)
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