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Personal

Birthplace:  Bulawayo, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)                  
Citizenship:  Canadian             

Office

School of Business  
Queen’s University
Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

Academic Experience (back to top)  

Associate Dean 

Chair

Associate Member


Director


Professor with Tenure

Professor with Tenure

Associate Professor with Tenure

Associate Member


Visiting Professor


Professor and Head, Industrial Psychology

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer

Research Associate

Research, Queen’s School of Business 

PhD & MSc programs, Queen’s School of Business

Institute of Work Psychology,
University of Sheffield

Executive MBA Programme, Queen’s
School of Business

Queen’s School of Business

Queen’s University-Psychology Dept

Queen’s University- Psychology Dept


Faculty of Graduate Studies
Guelph University

Department of Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Dept of Psychology, University of the Witwatersrand

Dept of Psychology, University of the Witwatersrand

Human Resource Laboratories, Chamber of Mines of South Africa

1999-2011

1997-2011

1997-2004

1996-1997


1994-

1988-1994

1984-1988


1994-1999


1982-1983


1979-1984


1976-1978

1975

Education (back to top)  

B.A.  (Witwatersrand)- 1974 
B.A.  (Hons.) (Psychology) (Witwatersrand)- 1975
M.A. (Witwatersrand)- 1976
Ph.D. (Witwatersrand)- 1979

Awards (back to top)  

2017         Lifetime Career Achievement in Research Award, American Psychological Association, NIOSH, and Society for Occupational Health Psychology
2017         Member, Society for Organizational Behavior (by invitation only)
2016        Distinguished Scientific Contribution, Canadian Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (C-SIOP)
2016        Queen’s School of Business “Award for Research Excellence”    
2012        Borden Chair of Leadership, Queen’s University, 2012-2017
2011        Honorary Professor, University of the Witwatersrand (renewed 2011-2014)
2008        Queen’s University Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision
2008        Fellow, European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology
2008        Fellow, Society of International and Organizational Psychology
2008        Fellow, Association for Psychological Science
2007        Queen’s Research Chair (renewed 2007-2012)
2007        Honorary Professor, University of the Witwatersrand (2008-2011)
2002        Fellow, Royal Society of Canada
2002        Queen’s University’s Queen’s Research Chair  (2002-2007)
2001        National Post’s “Leaders in Business Education” 
2000        Annual Visiting Scholar, James Madison University  
1998        Queen’s University “Research in Excellence”
1998        Queen’s School of Business, annual “Excellence in Research”
1997        Weingarten Scholar-in-Residence, University of Guelph
1997        Queen’s University Prize for “Excellence in Research” 
1996        Named in MacLean’s Annual Survey as one of Queen’s University’s “Most Popular Professors”
1995        Queen’s School of Business “Award for Research Excellence”
1991        Scholar in residence, University of Georgia

Major Grants (back to top)  

Title
Agency
Amount (appr.)

Principal Investigator

Leaders’ psychological well-being and leadership behaviours (2012-17)
SSHRC
$251,000
Transformational leadership and humility (2007-2010)
SSHRC
$100,000
The development of leadership: Multidisciplinary perspectives
SSHRC
$100,000
Leadership and HR in the auto sector (2001-2004)
CAMM
$210,000
Financial performance and safety performance (2001-2003)
IAPA
$10,000
Take this job and love it (2004-2007)
SSHRC
$110,000

Some effects of the new employment relationship on employees and their families  (1999-2002)

SSHRC
$61,000

The nature and consequences of parents’ employment role experiences (1986-1992)

Imp. Oil
$42,000
The nature and consequences of contingent employment (1995-1998)
Imp. Oil
$30,000
Training shop stewards to enhance union commitment  (1992-1995)
SSHRC
$66,000

Causes and consequences of different patterns of organizational and union commitment  (1989-1992)

SSHRC
$50,000
Work and Family (1986-1992)
SSHRC
$50,000
Co-investigator
Personal and family consequences of injuries at work
SSHRC
$190,000

Transformational teaching and adolescent physical activity promotion: Adolescence-in-Motion (AIM) Trial

CIHR
$180,000
A dynamic exploration of status attainment, maintenance and abuse
SSHRC
$100,000

Individual outcomes of vicarious exposure to aggression, sexual harassment, and injuries at work

SSHRC
$125,000

Transformational teaching and adolescent physical activity promotion: Advance in motion

SSHRC
$100,000

What we know about the health and organizational costs of smoking (1993-1996)

MMD
$55,000
International conference on the psychology of labor relations (1994)
APA
$17,000

 

Reviewer for tenure, promotion, distinguished professorship positions (selected)(back to top)  

ALBA – American College of Greece, Greece
Association for Psychological Sciences (Fellowships for APS)
Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship
Bar Ilan University (Israel)
Clemson University
Drexel University
George Washington University
Georgetown University
Kansas State University
Manchester School of Management
Penn State University
Portland State University
Royal Society of Canada
Seattle University
Simon Fraser University
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Fellowships for SIOP)
Tel Aviv University
UBC (Sauder School of Management)
University of Alberta
University of Calgary (Haskayne)
University of Connecticut
University of Georgia
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Manitoba
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota (Carlson School of Management)
University of Oregon
University of South Florida
University of Texas at El Paso
University of Toronto (Rotman)
University of Western Ontario
Washington State University
Wilfrid Laurier University

External examiner (selection)

Carlton University
Dalhousie University
St Mary’s University (Halifax)
University of Bergen (Norway)
University of Cape Town (South Africa)
University of Guelph
University of Melbourne (Australia)
University of Stockholm
University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa)
University of Toronto (Industrial Relations)
University of Toronto (Rotman)
University of Waterloo
University of Western Ontario

Editorial Activities (back to top)  

Editor: Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
Co-Editor: Sage Publications Series “Advanced Topics in Organizational Behavior”
Consulting Editor: Journal of Organizational Behavior
Editorial Boards: Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, Stress Medicine.
Reviewed for multiple international journals

Present Memberships (back to top)  

Academy of Management
American Psychological Association
Association for Psychological Sciences (Fellow)
Canadian Psychological Association (Fellow)
European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (Fellow)
Royal Society of Canada (Fellow)
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Fellow)

Past Committee Memberships (External)

2011 Scientific Committee, 8th International Conference on “Work, stress and health”, American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.
2009 Scientific Committee, 7th International Conference on “Work, stress and health”, American Psychological Association, Puerto Rico
2008 Scientific Committee, 6th International Conference on “Work, stress and health”, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC
2006 Scientific Committee, 5th International Conference on “Work, stress and health”, American Psychological Association, Miami
2005 Scientific Committee, 2nd International Conference of the International Commission on Occupational Health, Tokyo
2003 Co-chair, 4th International Conference on “Work, stress and health”, American Psychological Association, Toronto
2002 Chair, Task Force on Workplace Violence, American Psychological Association
2001-2003 Member, Board of Minerva Canada
1999-2001 Member, Board of the Ontario Pulp and Paper Health and Safety Association
1998-2000 Member, External Advisory Panel, APA/NIOSH Occupational Health Psychology Training Program
1990-1991 Member, Work and Family Committee: Child, Youth and Family Policy Research Centre, Toronto
1989-1991 Chair, Task Force on Occupational Stress, Advisory Council to the Minister of 
                             Labour on Occupational Health and Safety
1988-1989 Member, Advisory Council to the Minister of Labour on Occupational Health and 
Occupational Safety
1988-1989 Member, Board of Alternatives (a treatment centre for men who abuse their wives)

Invited Talks (Selected List from 1985 onwards) (back to top)  

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York
Bar Ilan University (Israel)
Ben Gurion University (Israel)
Carleton University
Clark University (Mass.)
Colorado State University
Drexel University (Philadelphia)
Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
HEC, Montreal
James Madison University
Kansas State University
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Portland State University
St. Mary’s University (Halifax)
State University of New York at Binghamton
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Technion University (Israel)
University of Alberta
University of Bergen (Norway)
University of British Columbia
University of Calgary (Haskayne)
University of Cape Town (South Africa)
University of Georgia (USA)
University of Guelph
University of Michigan
University of Murcia (Spain)
University of Ottawa
University of Porto (Portugal)
University of Sheffield (UK)
University of South Florida
University of Stockholm (Sweden)
University of Toronto (Rotman School)
University of Victoria (Australia)
University of Waterloo
University of Western Ontario
University of Witwatersrand (South Africa)
Wilfrid Laurier University

Keynote/major invited talks at conferences (selection)

7th European Conference on Organizational Psychology for Human Service Work (Stockholm)
American Psychological Association (Toronto)
Association of Psychological Sciences Conference (Washington DC)
British Psychological Society's Annual Occupational Psychology Conference 
CRITEOS, Centre de Recherche et d’Intervention pour le Travail, l’Efficacité Organisationnelle et la Santé (Porto Elgre, Brazil)
European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (Barcelona)
European Work and Organizational Psychology Conference (Stockholm)
International Conference on Work Values (Jerusalem)
North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity
R. Brinkley Smithers Symposium on Alcohol in the Workplace (New York)
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Chicago)
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (South Africa)
Third International Positive Psychology Conference (Washington DC)

Leadership development workshops (selection)

Alberta WCB
Armour Transportation Systems
Bell
Birchcliffe Energy
BluEra
BMW
Canada Post
CIBC
Collahausi (Chile)
Correctional Services Canada
Deloitte (Australia)
Enbridge
Encana
Federal Departments (Canadian Forces, Fisheries and Oceans, Revenue Canada)
FEI Canada
Goodman Carr LLP
Infrastructure Ontario
Jacques Whitford Environment Ltd
LifeMark Health
Miller Thompson LLP
Niagara Casinos
PowerStream
Provincial Governments (Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario)
Public Safety Canada
Right Management Consultants, Copenhagen, Denmark
Royal Sun Alliance
SABMiller (South Africa)
Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board
Scott Builders
Shopper’s Drug Mart
Spring Manufacturer’s Association (Hawaii)
St Patrick’s Mercy Home
Telus
Thunder Bay District Health Council
Toronto CFA
Urban Systems

Keynote/Feature/Theme Speaker on leadership, safety and employee well-being (selection)

Algonquin College
Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service of Canada (APEX)
Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada
BluEra
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Canadian Association of University Teachers
Centre for Health Promotion, University of Toronto
CFA Vancouver – Women’s Symposium
Copenhagen Hospital Corporation, Denmark
Count of Lambton Community Health Services Department
Healthy Outcomes Conference, BC
Industrial Accident Prevention Association (Ontario, multiple talks)
Human Resource Professional Association of Ontario
Safe Communities Foundation (multiple talks)
Nova Scotia Safety Council
Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards (Nova Scotia; Ontario)
Saskatchewan Association of Health Organization
BC Mental Health and Addiction Services
Kawartha District School Board
York Catholic District School Board

Thesis supervision (1985 onwards) (back to top)  

PhD

Carleton, E.L. (2016). Sleep well, work well: Three Studies.
Akers, A.L. (2015). The influence of leadership and extreme contexts on physical and psychological outcomes.
Dionisi, A. (2014). Vicarious exposure to male sexual harassment: Correlates, perceived motives and ethical evaluations, and behavioral responses
Robertson, J. (2014). Greening organizations: The roles of leadership and organizational citizenship behaviors.
Byrne, A. (2013). Three studies of counterintuitive effects of organizational status.
Hoption, C.B. (2009). Toward a relational and dynamic perspective of leadership.
LeBlanc, M.M. (2009). The effects of partner aggression on women’s work.
Christie, A.M. (2008). Status, relatively speaking: Extending the organizational focus on status and status inequality.
Hershcovis, M.S. (2006). The prediction and consequences of workplace aggression: A meta-analytic approach.
Inness, M. (2006). The person and the situation: Predicting well-being outcomes at work.
Mendelson, M.B. (2005). The nature of high involvement work systems: A test of competing models.
Duprë, K.E. (2004). Beating up the boss: The prediction and prevention of interpersonal aggression targeting workplace supervisors.
Arnold, K.A. (2003). Dirty work and well-being.
Zacharatos, A. (2001). An organization and employee level investigation of the relationship between high performance work systems and workplace safety.
Wright, B. (1999). An empirical examination of the outcome effects of downsizing on decision makers.
Loughlin, C.A. (1998). Toward a model of healthy work for full-time, part-time and contract employment.
Hepburn, C.G. (1997). Voting and abstaining from voting in union representation elections.
Stewart, W.E. (1992). Fathers’ work experiences and their children’s social behaviors and school competencies.
Grant, S.A. (1991). Linking unemployment and marital functioning: A meditational model.
Higginbottom, S.F. (1991). Linking the quality of the retirement experience to marital satisfaction: A meditational model.
Kelloway, E.K. (1991). Members’ participation in local union activities: Measurement, prediction and replication.
MacEwen, K.E. (1991). A social learning approach to refining the link between family of origin aggression and current relationship aggression.
Kryl, I.P. (1990). Causal modeling of predictors and outcomes of trade union participation.
Bluen, S.D. (1986). Consequences and moderators of industrial relations stressors.
Fullagar, C.J.A. (1986). Causes, correlates, and outcomes of union commitment.

Masters

Weatherhead, J. (2014). What does it take to become a leader? Externalizing and internalizing childhood behavior problems and early leadership emergence.
Tulloch, K. (2013). On the court: Investigating destructive leadership outcomes in the NBA.
Guberinic, M. (2010). Transformational leadership: Four parts or one?
Lys, M. (2009). Leaders’ mental health moderates the relationship between transformational leadership and employee counterproductive behaviors.
Robertson, J. (2009). Do as I say and as I do: Environmentally-specific transformational leadership, modeling and employees’ pro-environmental behaviors.
Byrne, A. (2008). Who’s laughing now? The impacts of leadership and humor style on relationship outcomes.
Byrne, S. (2008). Contrasting the effects of supervisory over-control and autonomy.
Carson, J. (2007). Jump and java to higher performance: The effect of nutrition and exercise on work.
Dezan, H. (2006). Leader apologies and employee health: The nature and effects of leader apologies on employee health.
Reid, E. (2003).Building perceptions of transformational leadership: the role of apologies and gender.
Desaulniers, M.S. (2002). Single mothers, work-family conflict and children’s behavior.
Sivanathan, N. (2002). Effects of transformational leadership training on occupational safety.
Williams, A. (2002). Commitment and control: New perspectives on high performance work systems.
Rowbotham, K. (2001). Exploring the relationship between alternative work arrangements and industrial relations climate.
Comtois, J. (2000). The influence of transformational leadership on electronic communication.
Lawson, K. (1999). The effects of back-to-work legislation on industrial relations climate, attitudinal factors and stressors within the teaching community.
Turner, N. (1998). An exploratory study of moral reasoning and transformational leadership.
Zacharatos, A. (1998). Development and effects of transformational leadership in adolescents.
Adams-Roy, J.E. (1994). Will she or won’t she? Factors influencing the likelihood that women will confront or report sexual harassment.
Dekker, I. (1994). Personal and organizational predictors of self-reported sexual harassment in the workplace.
Greenberg, L. (1993). Predicting employee aggression: The roles of personal behaviors and workplace factors.
Loughlin, C.A. (1993). Part-time employment and adolescents’ well-related attitudes, beliefs and aspirations.
Hepburn, C.G. (1993). Eldercare, employee absence, and interrole conflict: A daily study.
Sandys-Wunsch, H. (1991). Context-specific and context-free mental health as mediators in the student role experience-performance relationship.
Boswell, R. (1990). Noneffective attention as a mediator in the relationships between achievement strivings and performance and impatience-irritability.
Stewart, W. (1990). The effect of daily work stressors on the interpersonal effectiveness of health care professionals working in outpatient cancer clinics.
MacIntyre, A.T. (1989). Some effects of daily work role stress on same day and next day emotional exhaustion.
Marks, M.P. (1986). Fathers’ job stress and children’s behaviour.
Pratt, L.I. (1986). An investigation of the effects of supervisor support on the role stressor/burnout relationship: A moderated meditational model.
MacEwen, K.E. (1985). Some effects of interrole conflict, social support and personality hardiness on the marital adjustment of employed mothers.
Beattie, R. (1981). Self-efficacy beliefs as determinants of motivation and performance: An industrial environment.

Articles (back to top)  

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Books & Chapters (back to top)  

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Conference Presentations (2000 onwards) (back to top)  

Barling, J. (2017, October). From transformational leadership to … your leadership. Distinguished Speaker, Northwestern Section of the American Urological Association, Savanagh, GA.

Cloutier, A. & Barling, J. (2017, August). Perceptions, expectations and realities of leaders’ mental and physical health. In A. Cloutier (Chair), Leaders’ physical and mental well-being: Antecedents, expectations and outcomes. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM), Atlanta, GA.

Weatherhead, J., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2017, August). Growing up poor limits later leaders. Presented in the symposium “Examining the unexamined: How economic status, social class and low wages impact employees (Organizers: Purvanoa, R., & Bono, J.), Academy of Management, Atlanta.

Turner, N., Reich, T.C., Barling, J., & Batten, S. (2017, June). Employee disability and managerial prejudices in accommodating graduated return to work. Poster to be presented at the 12th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, "Work, Stress and Health 2017: Contemporary Challenges and Opportunities”, Minneapolis, MN.

Byrne, A., & Barling, J. (2017, May). Bend it like Beckham: The influence of star performers on non-star performers. Presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress, Dublin, Ireland.

Carleton, E. L. & Barling, J. (2017, May). New Directions in Leadership Research: Extending our understanding of the antecedents and consequences of leadership. Symposium accepted at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Carleton, E. L. & Barling, J. (2017, May). Daytime sleepiness mediates the effects of leaders’ ADHD on laissez-faire leadership. Presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Weatherhead, J. G., Barling, J., Cloutier, A. E. & Carleton, E. L. (2017, May). Testing mediators of the negative effects of passive leadership on mental health and work attitudes. Presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Robertson, J., Carleton, E. L., & Barling, J. (2016, August). Linking leadership to green behaviors through pro-environmental work climate. Presented at the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA. 

Barling, J. (2016). Leaders’ mental health at work. Keynote Plenary Session., Canadian Psychological Association, Victoria, BC.
 
Barling. J. (2016). Leaders’ mental health at work. Symposium on “Mental health at work”, Association of Psychological Sciences, Chicago, IL.
 
Byrne, A., & Barling, J. (2016). Your status makes me feel envious and alone. Paper presented in the symposium “Refusing to see me: The contours, causes and consequences of invisibility at work” at the Academy of Management meeting, Los Angeles, CA.
 
Carleton, E., & Barling, J. (2016). Reciprocal effects of work stress and sleep problems: A five-wave longitudinal study. Paper presented in the symposium “Physical, emotional and biological aspects of behavior” at the Academy of Management meeting, Los Angeles, CA.
 
Weatherhead, J., Carleton, E.L., Barling, J. & Dupré, K.E. (2016). Alcohol as the problem or alcohol as the solution? The cyclical nature of workplace injuries, alcohol use and employee mental health. Paper presented at the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Athens, Greece.
 
Barling, J. (2015). Environmental leadership. Symposium Discussant. Presented at the Academy of Management meeting, Vancouver, BC.
 
Carleton, E., Barling, J., Christie, A., Trivisonno, M., Tulloch, K., & Beachamp, M. (2015). Long-term effects of abusive supervision on workplace aggression and task performance. Paper presented in the symposium “Consequences of Abusive Supervision”. Presented at the Academy of Management meeting, Vancouver, BC.
 
McEvoy, A., MacIsaac, C., Dupré, K.E., & Barling, J. (2015). Towards a broader understanding of workplace injuries. Platform paper presented at American Psychological Association “Work, Stress and Health” conference, Atlanta, GA.
 
Barling, J. (2015). Invited participant in the symposium “Me-Search: How life experience IGNITE your research”. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
 
Barling, J., & Weatherhead, J. (2015). Early childhood behavior problems predict leadership emergence—but gender matters! Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
 
Barling, J. (2015). New developments in abusive supervision research. Symposium Discussant. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
 
Barling, J. (2014). Answering the call: New directions in the study of workplace interactions. Symposium Discussant. Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, August.
 
Byrne, A., & Barling, J. (2014). When wives bring home the job status: The effect of job status leakage on marital instability. Presentation at the Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, August.
 
Byrne, A., & Barling, J. (2014).A little status goes a long way: Envy mediates the effect of status dispersion on ostracism. Presentation at the Academy of Management Conference, Philadelphia, August
 
Carleton, E., Barling, J., Dupre, K. (2014). A longitudinal investigation of the cross-over of injuries from work to home. Poster Presentation at the Work Family Research Network Conference, New York, NY June 2014.
 
Robertson, J., & Barling, J. (2014). Environmentally-specific transformational leadership and employees’ environmental performance. 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, July.
 
Barling, J. (2013). Discussant for symposium entitled “A love’/hate relationship with the job”. 10th Work, Stress and health Conference, American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.
 
Barling, J. (2013). Discussant for symposium entitled “Fresh perspectives on workplace aggression”. 10th Work, Stress and health Conference, American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.
 
Barling, J. (2012). Being well, leading well: Leaders’ psychological distress predicts leadership behaviors. (Keynote address).  Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, June.
 
Barling, J. (2012). Followership. Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (SCAPPS). (Keynote address.) Halifax, November.
 
Barling, J. (2012). Advancing dignity and safety at work. Chair, invited symposium, International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
 
Barling, J. (2012). New developments in transformational leadership. Invited talk, International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa.
 
Dionisi, A.M., Dupre, K., & Barling, J. (2012). To voice or not to voice: An examination of the willingness
to report workplace aggression. Invited paper, International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Barling, J. (2012) The Family-Supportive Workplace: Understanding Supervisor and Organizational Support for Family. Discussant for symposium presented at the Academy of Management,  Boston, MA.
Byrne, A., Barling, J., & Dupre, K.  (2012). Leaders' Apologies: Understanding and Mitigating Negative Outcomes for Leaders and Subordinates. Paper presented at the Academy of Management,  Boston, MA.
Barling, J. (2012). Leaders’ mental health and their leadership behaviors. Invited speaker, Canadian Psychological Association, Haifax, NS.

Barling, J. (2012). Leaders’ mental health and their leadership behaviors. Invited speaker, Canadian Psychological Association, Haifax, N

Christie, A., Dionisi, A., & Barling, J. (2012). Gaining power, reactive egoism, and self-interested behavior.  Presented at the Canadian Psychological Association, Haifax, NS.

Bergenwall, A., Barling, J., et al. (2012). Being well, leading well: Leaders’ psychological well-being predicts leadership behaviors. Presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Bergenwall, A., Barling, J., & Kelloway, E.K. (2012). Odd jobs and bad habits: Smoking-related outcomes of children’s employment. Presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Byrne, A., Dupré, K.E., & Barling, J. (2011). The Relationship between apologies and well-being amongleaders in organizations. Presented at APA and NIOSH interdisciplinary conference on occupational stress and health (Work, Stress, and Health: Work and Well-Being in an Economic Context), Orlando, FL.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J., & Dawe, K. (2011). Outcomes of vicarious workplace aggression. Presented at APA and NIOSH interdisciplinary conference on occupational stress and health (Work, Stress, and Health: Work and Well-Being in an Economic Context), Orlando, Fl.

Beauchamp, M.R., Barling, J., Li, Z.., Morton, K. L., Keith, S. E., & Zumbo, B. D. (2010). Reliability and validity of the transformational teaching questionnaire (TTQ). Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA .(Annals of Behavioral Medicine, S138.)

Beauchamp, M.R., Barling, J., & Morton, K. L. (2010). Effects of a transformational teaching intervention on adolescent self-determined motivation: A randomized controlled feasibility trial. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA(Annals of Behavioral Medicine, S212)

Hershcovis, M. S. & Barling, J. (2010). Comparing the outcomes of sexual harassment and workplaceaggression: A meta-analysis to guide future research. Presented at the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Hoption, C., Christie, A.M., & Barling, J. (2010). There's no 'leader' in 'follower', is there?
Implicit followership theories. Presented at the 2010 Association of Psychological Science Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

Inness, M., Turner, N., Barling, J., & Stride, C.B. (August). Transformational leadership and employee safety performance: A within-person, between-job design. In E.K. Kelloway (Chair). Leadership and well-being.Paper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montréal, Canada.

Lys, R. E. & Barling, J.(2010). Leadership and employee counterproductive work behaviors: The moderating role of leader mental health. Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

Morton, K. L., Barling, J., Mâsse, L., Rhodes, R., Zumbo, B. D., & Beauchamp, M. R. (2010).  The application of transformational leadership theory to parenting and adolescent health and well-being. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sports Psychology (SCAPPS), Ottawa, Ontario.

Robertson, J.L., & Barling, J. (2010). Do as I Say and as I Do: Environmentally-Specific Transformational Leadership, Modeling and Employees’ Pro-Environmental Behaviors. Poster Presentation at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Robertson, J.L., & Barling, J. (2010). Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCBs) and the Collective: An Extension on the Different Forms of OCBs. Paper Presentation at Symposium, Green Shoots: New Directions and Opportunities for Workplace Pro-Environmental Behavior Research, at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Montreal Quebec.

Simola, S.K., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2010). Transformational leadership and level of care reasoning. In J. Crotty (Chair). Ethical climate and ethical leadershipPaper presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montréal, Canada.

Turner, N., Barling, J., Dawson, J.F., Stride, C.B., Wall, T.D., Parker, S.K., Patterson, M.G., & West, M.A. (2010). Human resource management practices and workplace injury rates. In Y. Yanadori (Chair). Management of the employment relationship.Paper presented at 53rd Annual Conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Regina, SK.

Byrne, A., Barling, J., & Hoption, C. (2009). Who’s laughing now? How leadership and humor impactrelationship outcomes. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, LA.

Christie, A., & Barling, J. (2009). Pay dispersion and health: The moderating role of individual relationalmodels. Paper presented at the Work, Stress, and Health Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Christie, A., & Barling, J. (2009). Disentangling the indirect link between SES and health: The dynamic roleof work stressors and personal control. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Niagara Falls, ON.

Hoption, C., Christie, A., & Barling, J (2009). The F-Word: The follower label, work attitudes, well-being,and performance. Paper presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

Hoption, C., Christie, A., & Barling, J (2009). The F-Word: Effects of the Follower Label. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Inness, M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2009). Transformational leadership and employee safety performance: Context specificity or spillover? In S. Nichols (Chair). Predicting safety outcomesPaper presented at the 117th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Turner, N., Barling, J., Reich, T.C., & Batten, S. (2009). Managerial prejudices against type of employee disability in return-to-work accommodation. Poster presented at Work, Stress, and Health: Global Concerns and Approaches, San Juan, PR.

Turner, N., Bruning, P.F., Hershcovis, M.S., Sung, F., Li, C., & Chen, K. (2009). Adding insult to injury: Experience of workplace injury, lack of interpersonal support, and subsequent psychological distress. Poster presented at Work, Stress, and Health: Global Concerns and Approaches, San Juan, PR.

Barling, J., Turner, N., Dezan, H., & Carroll, A.E. (2009). Structure and correlates of apologies from leaders in organizations. In L. Erskine (Chair).  Leader behaviors. Paper presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.

Barling, J., Turner, N., Kelloway, E.K., Sivanathan, N., Arnold, K.A., & Loughlin, C.A. (2008).Transformational leadership and employee well-being. In J. Barling (Chair) New Directions in Work andWell-BeingPaper presented at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology Conference, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK.

Carson, J., & Barling, J. (2008). Health behaviors and work performance: The mediating effects of moodand cognitive function. Paper presented in poster session at the Association of Psychological Science. Annual Meeting. Chicago, U.S.

Christie, A.M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2008). Attitudinal and behavioral outcomes of pseudo-transformational leadership. Paper presented at the  Association of Psychological Science Annual Convention, Chicago, IL.

Christie, A.M. & Barling, J. (2008). Exploring the social gradient in health: How work experiences andresources spiral. Paper presented at the Work, Stress, and Health Conference, Washington, DC.

Christie, A.M. & Barling, J. (2008). Beyond status: The effects of status inequality on well-being inorganizations. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology Conference, Stratford, UK.

Christie, A.M. & Barling, J. (2008). The effects of status inequality on performance, absences, and thrivingwithin teams. In K. Bettenhausen (Chair) Predicting Team PerformancePaper presented at the Academy  of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

Christie, A.M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2008). Attitudinal and behavioral outcomes of pseudo-transformational leadership. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Hershcovis, M.S., & Barling, J. (2008). Outcomes of workplace aggression and sexual harassment: A meta-analytic comparison. Presented at the 7th Annual Work, Stress, & Health Conference, Washington, DC.

Inness, M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2008). Transformational leadership and safety performance: The mediating role of meaningful work. Poster presented at the 8th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Valencia, Spain.

Teed, M.C., Kelloway, E.K. & Barling, J. (2008).  Incidents and Predictors of Workplace Violence and Aggression. Paper accepted for presentation at the biannual conference of the European  Academy for Occupational Health Psychology, Valencia, Spain.

Barling, J.  & Carson, J. (2007). Toward an agenda for research on work and well-being. Paper presented in symposium at the European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP). Stockholm, Sweden.

Christie, A.M. & Barling, J. (2007). Toward a relational model of status inequality. In K.  Bettenhausen (Chair). Power in OrganizationsPaper presented at the 2007 Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Christie, A.M. & Barling, J. (2007). Status inequality and well-being. In J. Barling (Chair). New developments in work and well-being. Paper presented at the 13th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden.

Dawe, K., Dupré, K.E. & Barling, J. (2007). Harming those who serve: Direct and indirect customer initiated violence. Poster presented at annual SIOP Conference, New York, NY.

Hershcovis, M.S. & Barling, J. (2007). Towards a relational model of workplace aggression: Some meta-analytic evidence.  Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, New York, NY.

Hoption, C.B., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2007). Transformational leadership and humor. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.

Inness, M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2007). Situation and person predictors of workplace safety behaviors: A within-person, between-jobs design. In S. Ohly & C. Fritz (Chairs). Job demands andperformance: Examining creativity, innovation and initiative. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology meetings, New York, NY.

Simola, S.K., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2007). Relationship between transformational leadership and moralproblem solving orientation. In D.M. Mayer (Chair). New developments in ethical leadership: Multileveland international perspectivesPaper presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.

Turner, N., Barling, J., Kelloway, E.K., Sivanathan, N., & Loughlin, C.A. (2007). Leading others to well-being: Direct and indirect effects of transformational leadership. In J. Barling (Chair). New developmentsin work and well-beingPaper presented at the 13th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden.

Arnold, K.A., Barling, J. & Turner, N. (2006). Transformational leadership and context-free well-being:The mediating role of meaning at work. Paper presented at Work, Stress and Health: Making a Difference in the Workplace – The Sixth APA and NIOSH Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Miami, Florida, March 2-4, 2006.

Arnold, K.A., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2006). Transformational leadership and psychological well-being: The mediating role of meaningful work. In P. L. Perrewé (Chair). Transformational leadership andoccupational healthPaper presented at the 6th Work, Stress, and Health conference, Miami, FL.

Carson, J., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2006). Group alcohol climate, alcohol consumption, and student performance. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Carson, J., & Barling, J. (2006). Romantic Relationships at work: Old issues, new challenges. Paper presented in poster session at the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EA-OHP) Conference. Dublin, Ireland.

Christie, A.M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2006). Pseudo-transformational leadership: Towards thedevelopment and test of a model. In K. Campbell (Chair). Understanding transformational leadershipPaper presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Christie, A.M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2006). A model of pseudo transformational leadership. Paper presented at the Association of Psychological Science Annual Convention, New York City, NY.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J., & Hershcovis, M.S. (2006). Comparing supervisor- and coworker-targeted aggression.Poster presented at the 7th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J., & Hershcovis, M.S.  (2006). Target-specific nature of workplace aggression. Poster presented at the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health Joint International Conference, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J. & Turner, N. (2006). Anger, injustice and the target of aggression. Poster resented at the 7th full conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J. & Turner, N. (2006). The progression of aggression: A longitudinal analysis ofaggression directed at workplace supervisors. Poster presented at SafetyNet and the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) joint international conference (Research on Workplace Health and Safety: From the Core to the Margins), St. John’s, NL.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J. & Herschovis, M.S. (2006). Supervisor versus coworker target specificity in theprediction of workplace aggression. Poster presented at SafetyNet and the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health (CARWH) joint international conference (Research on Workplace Health and Safety: From the Core to the Margins), St. John’s, NL.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2006). The role of perceptions of organizational sanctions in the prevention of aggression. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Hershcovis, M.S. & Barling, J. (2006). Towards a relational model of workplace aggression: Some meta-analytic evidence. Presented at the 7th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Inness, M., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2006). Predicting workplace safety behaviors: A within-person, between-jobs design. Poster presented at the 7th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.

Inness, M.L., Barling, J., Rogers, K., & Turner, N. (2006). The impact of tobacco tax changes on attempts to quit smoking. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Turner, N., Barling, J., Dawson, J.F., Stride, C.B., Wall, T.D., Parker, S.K., Patterson, M.G. & West, M.A. (2006). Human resource practices and safety performance. Poster presented at the SafetyNet/Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health Conference (“Research on Workplace Health and Safety: From the core to the margins), St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Tucker, S., Turner, N., Barling, J., & McEvoy, M. (2006). Interpersonal influences on teenagers’ hostile aggression: A prospective study of ice hockey. Poster presented at the 18th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Barling, J., Kelloway, E.K., Turner, N., Sivanathan, N., & Loughlin, C.A. (2005). Leading others to well-being: Direct and indirect effects of transformational leadership. In C. Mason, S.K. Parker, & M.A. Griffin (Chairs). Transformational leadership: From leader interventions to team outcomesPaper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J. & Turner, N. (2005). Personal and situational predictors of aggression: A within-person analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Divisions.

Hershcovis, M.S., & Barling, J. (2005). Adding insult to injury: A meta-analysis on the outcomes of workplace aggression.  Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, HI.

Inness, M., LeBlanc, M., & Barling. J. (2005) The specificity of predictors of Types II and III workplaceaggression.  Paper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI.

Sivanathan, N., Turner, N., & Barling, J. (2005). Effects of transformational leadership training on employee safety performance: A quasi-experiment. In J. Cordery (Chair). Health, safety, and well-being inthe workplacePaper presented at the 65th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Honolulu, HI. (In Best Paper proceedings)

Tucker, S., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2005). Tough calls: Apologies and transformational leadership. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology meetings, Los Angeles, CA.

Arnold, K.A., Barling, J. & Iverson, R.D. (2004). Dirty work and well-being: The roles of occupationalidentification, passing and choice. Paper presented at Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Dupré, K.E. & Barling, J. (2004). The escalation of workplace aggression. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA, Organizational Behavior Division.

Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., Connelly, C.E., Barling, J. & Hoption, C. (2004). On the importance of reasons forworkplace aggression among teenage employees. Paper presented at the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, Quebec City, QC, Organizational Behavior Division.

Dupre, K, Inness, M., Connelly, C., Barling, J, & Hoption, C. (2004). Adolescent antagonism: Predictingworkplace aggression in part-time teenage employees. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Quebec City.

Hershcovis, S., Turner, N., Barling, J., Arnold, K., Dupre, K., Inness, M., LeBlanc, M., & Sivanathan, N. (2004). A Meta-Analysis of Workplace Violence. Paper presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans.

Hershcovis, M.S., Turner, N., Barling, J., Arnold, K.A., Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., LeBlanc, M.M., Sivanathan, N. (2004). Right on target. A meta-analysis of the predictors of insider-initiated workplace aggression. Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Hershcovis, S.M., Turner, N., Barling, J., Arnold, K.A., Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., LeBlanc, M.M. & Sivanathan, N. (2004). Predictors of workplace aggression: A meta-analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA, Organizational Behavior Division.

Sivanathan, N., Barling, J., & Turner, N. (2004). Transformational leadership and employee safety: A quasi-experiment. In N. Turner (Chair). Seeking safety with others: An international symposium on the psychology of workplace safetyInvited symposium at the British Psychological Society’s Occupational Psychology Conference, Stratford, UK.

Arnold, K.A. & Barling, J.(2003). Well-being of dirty workers: The role of meaningful work. Poster presented at Work, Stress and Health: New Challenges in a Changing Workplace – The Fifth APA andNIOSH Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Toronto, ON.

Dupré, K.E. & Barling, J. (2003). A cross-situational examination of aggression. Paper presented at APA and NIOSH interdisciplinary conference on occupational stress and health (Work, Stress, and Health: New Challenges in a Changing Workplace), Toronto, ON.

Francis, L., Kelloway, E.K & Barling, J. (2003).  Justice as a stressor. Paper presented at the conference Work, Stress & Health, Toronto, ON.

Inness, M., & Barling, J. (2003). Situational specificity and individual differences in the prediction ofworkplace aggression. Poster presented at the Fifth Interdisciplinary Conference on Occupational Stress and Health, Toronto.

Inness, M., & Barling, J. (2003). Putting ‘health’ back into occupational health psychology. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the British Psychological Society, Bournemouth, England.

Sivanathan, N., Arnold, K. A., Turner, N., & Barling. J. (2003). Lead well to be well: Transformationalleadership & well-being. Poster presented at the International Positive Psychology Summit; Washington, DC. USA.

Sivanathan, N., Barling, J., Loughlin, C., & Kelloway, K. (2003). Leading others to well-being: Transformational leadership and employee well-being. Paper presented at the Industrial Organizational Psychology meetings; Orlando, FL. USA.

Sivanathan, N., & Barling, J., Loughlin, C., & Kelloway, K. (2003). Transformational leadership andemployee well-being. Paper presented at the APA/NIOSH Work, Stress, and Health Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Sivanathan, N., Barling, J., Loughlin, C. & Kelloway, E.K. (2003).  Leading others to wellbeing: Transformational Leadership and wellbeing. Paper presented at the conference Work, Stress & Health, Toronto, ON.

Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., Barling, J., Connelly, C. & Hoption, C. (2002) Adolescent antagonism: Predictingworkplace aggression in part-time teenage employees.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, ON.

Iverson, R. Barling, J.,  Kelloway, E.K. (2002).  High quality work, morale, and occupational injuries.  Paper presented as part of the symposium entitled, Safety in the New Millennium: Multi-level examination of safety in organization at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Denver CO.

Kelloway, E.K., Kelley, E., Gatien, B. & Barling, J. (2002).  Remote transformational leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Toronto, ON

Dupré, K.E. & Barling, J. (2001). The prediction and prevention of workplace aggression and violence. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Washington, DC, Organizational Behavior Division.

Inness, M., Gallagher, D.G., Barling, J., & Iverson, R. (2001). The relationship between ‘non-standard’ employment status, health and safety training, and work-related injury or illness. Paper presented at the VII European Conference of Organizational Psychology and Health Care, Stockholm.

Kelloway, E.K., Barling, J. & Fowkes, E.K. (2001).  Maintaining career motivation following downsizing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for Work /Organizational  Psychology, Prague, Czech. Republic.

Loughlin, C., Kelloway, E.K., Barling, J. & Nault, A. (2001). OCBs and CPBs: Separate but related constructs.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Diego, CA

Wood, S.J., Turner, N., Lasaosa, A., Barling, J., & Parker, S.K. (2000). Organizational practices and safetyperformance: An exploratory study. In N. Turner & J. Barling (Chairs), New perspectives on HRM andperformance.Symposium at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Toronto.

Wood, S.J., Turner, N., Lasaosa, A., Barling, J., & Parker, S.K. (2000). HRM and safety. In T. Keenoy (Chair), What about the workers?” Employee perspectives on HRMSymposium at BUIRA HRM Study Group Conference, London, UK.

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