His main research concerns Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Organizational commitment, Work–family conflict and Occupational stress. In his works, Michael P. O'Driscoll undertakes multidisciplinary study on Social psychology and Family support. His Job satisfaction study combines topics in areas such as Turnover, Personal commitment and Well-being.
His Organizational commitment research incorporates elements of Job performance, Affective events theory, Transformational leadership and Organisation climate. His work in Work–family conflict tackles topics such as Moderation which are related to areas like Longitudinal study. The Occupational stress study combines topics in areas such as Coping and Psychological intervention.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Applied psychology, Job satisfaction, Human resource management and Public relations. His Social psychology research includes themes of Coping and Work–family conflict. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychological intervention, Perception, Well-being, Industrial and organizational psychology and Occupational stress.
His Job satisfaction study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Family satisfaction and Stressor. His Human resource management study introduces a deeper knowledge of Knowledge management. His study connects Sample and Public relations.
Michael P. O'Driscoll mainly focuses on Social psychology, Workplace bullying, Human resource management, Job satisfaction and Applied psychology. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Work engagement and Work–family enrichment, Work–family conflict. His research in Workplace bullying intersects with topics in Psychological well-being, Perception, Employee perceptions, Public relations and Coping.
He interconnects Personal life, Employee engagement, Labour economics and Strategic management in the investigation of issues within Human resource management. Michael P. O'Driscoll regularly links together related areas like Structural equation modeling in his Job satisfaction studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Construct and Self-efficacy in addition to Applied psychology.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Workplace bullying, Structural equation modeling and Job performance. Michael P. O'Driscoll conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social psychology and Collectivism through his research. He has researched Job satisfaction in several fields, including Transactional leadership, Shared leadership, Organizational commitment and Transformational leadership.
His research integrates issues of Coping, Psychological well-being, Perceived organizational support and Employee perceptions in his study of Workplace bullying. The various areas that Michael P. O'Driscoll examines in his Structural equation modeling study include Work–family enrichment, Work–life balance and Applied psychology. His study explores the link between Work–family conflict and topics such as Nationality that cross with problems in Social support and Moderation.
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Organizational Stress: A Review and Critique of Theory, Research, and Applications
Cary L. Cooper;Philip J. Dewe;Michael P. O'Driscoll.
Time devoted to job and off-job activities, interrole conflict, and affective experiences.
Michael P. O'Driscoll;Daniel R. Ilgen;Kristin Hildreth.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1992)
Supervisor behaviors, role stressors and uncertainty as predictors of personal outcomes for subordinates
Michael P. O'Driscoll;Terry A. Beehr.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1994)
A CROSS‐NATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY OF WORK‐FAMILY STRESSORS, WORKING HOURS, AND WELL‐BEING: CHINA AND LATIN AMERICA VERSUS THE ANGLO WORLD
Paul E. Spector;Cary L. Cooper;Steven A.Y. Poelmans;Tammy D. Allen.
Personnel Psychology (2004)
CROSS-NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN RELATIONSHIPS OF WORK DEMANDS, JOB SATISFACTION, AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS WITH WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT
Paul E. Spector;Tammy D. Allen;Steven A.Y. Poelmans;Laurent M. Lapierre.
Personnel Psychology (2007)
Locus of control and well-being at work: how generalizable are western findings
Paul E. Spector;Cary L. Cooper;Juan I. Sanchez;Michael O'Driscoll.
Academy of Management Journal (2002)
Family-Responsive Interventions, Perceived Organizational and Supervisor Support, Work-Family Conflict, and Psychological Strain
Michael Patrick O'Driscoll;Steven Poelmans;Paul E. Spector;Thomas Kalliath.
International Journal of Stress Management (2003)
Work Environment Structure and Psychological Ownership: The Mediating Effects of Control
Jon L. Pierce;Michael P. O'driscoll;Anne-marie Coghlan.
Journal of Social Psychology (2004)
The Psychology of Ownership: Work Environment Structure, Organizational Commitment, And Citizenship Behaviors
Michael P. O'Driscoll;Jon L. Pierce;Ann Marie Coghlan.
Group & Organization Management (2006)
Family-supportive organization perceptions, multiple dimensions of work–family conflict, and employee satisfaction: A test of model across five samples
Laurent M. Lapierre;Paul E. Spector;Tammy D. Allen;Steven Poelmans.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2008)
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