Christopher M. Barnes mainly focuses on Social psychology, Ego depletion, Sleep, Experience sampling method and Emotional labor. His study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Applied psychology, Component and Process management. His work is dedicated to discovering how Applied psychology, Social dilemma are connected with Sleep in non-human animals and other disciplines.
His biological study deals with issues like Organizational behavior, which deal with fields such as Public relations, Interpersonal communication, Organizational justice, Justice and Procedural justice. His Experience sampling method research includes elements of Occupational stress and Anxiety. His Emotional labor study incorporates themes from Spillover effect, Emotional exhaustion, Affect and Emotional control.
Christopher M. Barnes mostly deals with Social psychology, Applied psychology, Sleep, Developmental psychology and Operations management. His research on Social psychology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Morality. His Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Sleep deprivation, Sleep in non-human animals, Chronotype and Charismatic authority.
He interconnects Team communication, Task, Association, Cognitive test and Process management in the investigation of issues within Operations management. Christopher M. Barnes has included themes like Self-monitoring and Emotional exhaustion in his Emotional labor study. His Job performance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Supervisor and Organizational citizenship behavior.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Sleep deprivation, Applied psychology and Sleep. Christopher M. Barnes regularly links together related areas like Conceptual blending in his Social psychology studies. Christopher M. Barnes has included themes like Sleep in non-human animals, Charismatic authority and Circadian process in his Developmental psychology study.
Christopher M. Barnes combines subjects such as Spite, Action, Entrepreneurship and Dynamics with his study of Sleep deprivation. The concepts of his Applied psychology study are interwoven with issues in Counterproductive work behavior, Experience sampling method and Moderation. While the research belongs to areas of Counterproductive work behavior, he spends his time largely on the problem of Chronotype, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Job performance, Organizational citizenship behavior and Employee engagement.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Sleep deprivation, Big Five personality traits, Conceptual blending and Employee health. His Social psychology research spans across into subjects like Sexual behavior and Work–family enrichment. His Sleep deprivation research incorporates elements of Spite, Action, Entrepreneurship and Dynamics.
Employee health is intertwined with Sleep, Applied psychology and Workplace relationships in his study.
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Beginning the workday yet already depleted? Consequences of late-night smartphone use and sleep
Klodiana Lanaj;Russell E. Johnson;Christopher M. Barnes.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (2014)
A Multilevel Field Investigation of Emotional Labor, Affect, Work Withdrawal, and Gender
Brent A. Scott;Christopher M. Barnes.
Academy of Management Journal (2011)
Lack of sleep and unethical conduct
Christopher M. Barnes;John Schaubroeck;Megan Huth;Sonia Ghumman.
“You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Sleepy”: Leaders’ Sleep, Daily Abusive Supervision, and Work Unit Engagement
Christopher M. Barnes;Lorenzo Lucianetti;Devasheesh P. Bhave;Michael S. Christian.
Academy of Management Journal (2014)
Lost sleep and cyberloafing: Evidence from the laboratory and a daylight saving time quasi-experiment.
David T. Wagner;Christopher M. Barnes;Vivien K. G. Lim;D. Lance Ferris.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2012)
Changing to daylight saving time cuts into sleep and increases workplace injuries.
Christopher M. Barnes;David Turley Wagner.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2009)
DRIVING IT HOME: HOW WORKPLACE EMOTIONAL LABOR HARMS EMPLOYEE HOME LIFE
David T. Wagner;Christopher M. Barnes;Brent A. Scott.
Personnel Psychology (2014)
The good and bad of being fair: : effects of procedural and interpersonal justice behaviors on regulatory resources
Russell E. Johnson;Klodiana Lanaj;Christopher M. Barnes.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2014)
Chameleonic or Consistent? A Multilevel Investigation of Emotional Labor Variability and Self-Monitoring
Brent A. Scott;Christopher M. Barnes;David T. Wagner.
Academy of Management Journal (2012)
Working in our sleep: Sleep and self-regulation in organizations
Christopher M. Barnes.
Organizational psychology review (2012)
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