Workplace bullying, Clinical psychology, Mobbing, Harassment and Meta-analysis are his primary areas of study. His Workplace bullying study contributes to a more complete understanding of Social psychology. His work deals with themes such as Mental health, Absenteeism and Anxiety, which intersect with Clinical psychology.
His work investigates the relationship between Harassment and topics such as Public relations that intersect with problems in Organizational performance, Marketing and Competitive advantage. As a part of the same scientific study, Morten Birkeland Nielsen usually deals with the Meta-analysis, concentrating on Mindfulness and frequently concerns with Clinical trial, Depression, Intervention, Group psychotherapy and Mediation. His work in the fields of Psychological intervention overlaps with other areas such as Victimology.
Morten Birkeland Nielsen mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Workplace bullying, Harassment, Human factors and ergonomics and Social psychology. His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Meta-analysis, Mental health, Social support and Anxiety. The Workplace bullying study combines topics in areas such as Psychosocial, Mobbing, Aggression and Moderation.
He interconnects Developmental psychology and Neuroticism in the investigation of issues within Harassment. His research in Human factors and ergonomics focuses on subjects like Injury prevention, which are connected to Suicide prevention. The various areas that Morten Birkeland Nielsen examines in his Social psychology study include Posttraumatic stress and Human resources.
Morten Birkeland Nielsen focuses on Workplace bullying, Harassment, Clinical psychology, Norwegian and Psychosocial. His Workplace bullying study incorporates themes from Coping, Insomnia, Applied psychology and Aggression. His work carried out in the field of Harassment brings together such families of science as Developmental psychology, Psychological intervention and Mental distress.
Morten Birkeland Nielsen has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Mental health and Personality. Morten Birkeland Nielsen undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Psychological intervention and Suicide prevention in his work. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social stress, Abusive supervision and Anxiety.
His primary areas of study are Workplace bullying, Clinical psychology, Harassment, Odds and PsycINFO. As part of his studies on Workplace bullying, Morten Birkeland Nielsen often connects relevant areas like Applied psychology. Morten Birkeland Nielsen undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Clinical psychology and Injury prevention through his works.
He integrates many fields, such as Harassment and Suicide prevention, in his works. His Odds research includes elements of Role conflict, Psychiatry and Public health. His PsycINFO research overlaps with other disciplines such as Aggression, Meta-analysis and Insomnia.
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Outcomes of exposure to workplace bullying: A meta-analytic review
Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Ståle Einarsen.
Work & Stress (2012)
The impact of methodological moderators on prevalence rates of workplace bullying. A meta‐analysis
Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Stig Berge Matthiesen;Ståle Einarsen.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (2010)
The Prevalence of Destructive Leadership Behaviour
Merethe Schanke Aasland;Anders Skogstad;Guy Notelaers;Morten Birkeland Nielsen.
British Journal of Management (2009)
Mindfulness‐ and acceptance‐based interventions for anxiety disorders: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
Jon Vøllestad;Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Geir Høstmark Nielsen.
British Journal of Clinical Psychology (2012)
Prevalence of workplace bullying in Norway: Comparisons across time and estimation methods
Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Anders Skogstad;Stig Berge Matthiesen;Lars Glasø.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2009)
Do targets of workplace bullying portray a general victim personality profile
Lars Glasø;Stig Berge Matthiesen;Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Ståle Einarsen.
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology (2007)
Measuring Exposure to Workplace Bullying
Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Guy Notelaers;Ståle Einarsen.
Post-traumatic stress disorder as a consequence of bullying at work and at school. A literature review and meta-analysis
Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Tone Tangen;Thormod Idsoe;Stig Berge Matthiesen;Stig Berge Matthiesen.
Aggression and Violent Behavior (2015)
Workplace bullying as an antecedent of mental health problems: a five-year prospective and representative study.
Ståle Einarsen;Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Morten Birkeland Nielsen.
International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health (2015)
Workplace resources to improve both employee well-being and performance: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Karina Nielsen;Morten Birkeland Nielsen;Chidieber Ogbonnaya;Marja Känsälä.
Work & Stress (2017)
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