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Daniels K, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne A, Storey D (In Press). Linking demands-control-support model to innovation: the moderating role of personal initiative on the generation and implementation of ideas. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84(3), 581-598.
Daniels, K, Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne A (In Press). Problem solving and well-being: Exploring the instrumental role of job control and social support. Journal of Management
Daniels K, Beesley N, Cheyne A, Wimalasiri V (2008). Coping processes linking the demands-control-support model, affect and risky decisions at work. Human Relations, 61(6), 845-874. Abstract.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Wimalasiri V, Daniels, K, Beesley, N, Cheyne, A (In Press). Affective Well-Being and Within-Day Beliefs about Job Demands’ Influence on Work Performance: an Experience Sampling Study. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
Daniels K, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne A, Storey D (In Press). Linking demands-control-support model to innovation: the moderating role of personal initiative on the generation and implementation of ideas. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84(3), 581-598.
Daniels, K, Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne A (In Press). Problem solving and well-being: Exploring the instrumental role of job control and social support. Journal of Management
Wimalasiri V, Beesley N, Cheyne A, Daniels K (2010). Social construction of the aetiology of designer error in the UK oil and gas industry: a stakeholder perspective. Journal of Engineering Design, 21(1), 49-73. Abstract.
Daniels K, Beesley N, Cheyne A, Wimalasiri V (2008). Coping processes linking the demands-control-support model, affect and risky decisions at work. Human Relations, 61(6), 845-874. Abstract.

Conferences

Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K (In Press). Control, Support and Designer Problem-Solving: Relationships to Cognitive Error, Affect Well-Being and Performance. Institute of Work Psychology Conference. Sheffield.
Wimalasiri V, Wimalasiri V (2011). When rebelling against the system becomes a good thing: lessons from the banking crisis. 15th Annual conference of the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EAWOP) conference. Maastricht.
Wimalasiri V, Wimalasiri V (2011). When rebelling against the system becomes a good thing: lessons from the banking crisis. 15th Annual conference of the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EAWOP) conference. Maastricht.
Daniels K, Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne AJT, Cohen L, Hislop D (2010). Problem Solving and emotion: Regulation in action. British Psychology Society, Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Brighton.
Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels KJ, Wimalasiri V (2008). Behind Regulation: the Designers Perspective. British Psychology Society, Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Stratford.
Wimalasiri V, Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K (2008). Is it Safe Enough Not to Think About Safety? the Paradoxical Impact of Positive Safety Climate and Socio-Cognitive Factors on Safety Critical Design and its Implications for Managers. British Academy of Management. Harrogate.
Wimalasiri V, Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K (2007). Attributing Causes for Error: a Study Comparing Designers and End-Users in the Offshore Industry. British Psychological Society, Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Bristol.
Daniels K, Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Wimalasiri V (2007). Coping with Problem-Solving Demands: Examining how Control and Support Influence Cognitive Error and Risky Decisions in Nuclear Design Work. the 13th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology. Stockholm.
Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K, Wimalasiri V (2007). Risk and the Design Engineer. European Association of Work and Organizational Psychologists. Stockholm.

Publications by year



In Press

Wimalasiri V, Daniels, K, Beesley, N, Cheyne, A (In Press). Affective Well-Being and Within-Day Beliefs about Job Demands’ Influence on Work Performance: an Experience Sampling Study. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K (In Press). Control, Support and Designer Problem-Solving: Relationships to Cognitive Error, Affect Well-Being and Performance. Institute of Work Psychology Conference. Sheffield.
Daniels K, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne A, Storey D (In Press). Linking demands-control-support model to innovation: the moderating role of personal initiative on the generation and implementation of ideas. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84(3), 581-598.
Daniels, K, Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne A (In Press). Problem solving and well-being: Exploring the instrumental role of job control and social support. Journal of Management

2011

Wimalasiri V, Wimalasiri V (2011). When rebelling against the system becomes a good thing: lessons from the banking crisis. 15th Annual conference of the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EAWOP) conference. Maastricht.
Wimalasiri V, Wimalasiri V (2011). When rebelling against the system becomes a good thing: lessons from the banking crisis. 15th Annual conference of the European Association of Work and Organisational Psychology (EAWOP) conference. Maastricht.

2010

Daniels K, Beesley N, Wimalasiri V, Cheyne AJT, Cohen L, Hislop D (2010). Problem Solving and emotion: Regulation in action. British Psychology Society, Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Brighton.
Wimalasiri V, Beesley N, Cheyne A, Daniels K (2010). Social construction of the aetiology of designer error in the UK oil and gas industry: a stakeholder perspective. Journal of Engineering Design, 21(1), 49-73. Abstract.

2008

Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels KJ, Wimalasiri V (2008). Behind Regulation: the Designers Perspective. British Psychology Society, Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Stratford.
Daniels K, Beesley N, Cheyne A, Wimalasiri V (2008). Coping processes linking the demands-control-support model, affect and risky decisions at work. Human Relations, 61(6), 845-874. Abstract.
Wimalasiri V, Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K (2008). Is it Safe Enough Not to Think About Safety? the Paradoxical Impact of Positive Safety Climate and Socio-Cognitive Factors on Safety Critical Design and its Implications for Managers. British Academy of Management. Harrogate.

2007

Wimalasiri V, Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K (2007). Attributing Causes for Error: a Study Comparing Designers and End-Users in the Offshore Industry. British Psychological Society, Division of Occupational Psychology Conference. Bristol.
Daniels K, Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Wimalasiri V (2007). Coping with Problem-Solving Demands: Examining how Control and Support Influence Cognitive Error and Risky Decisions in Nuclear Design Work. the 13th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology. Stockholm.
Beesley N, Cheyne AJT, Daniels K, Wimalasiri V (2007). Risk and the Design Engineer. European Association of Work and Organizational Psychologists. Stockholm.

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