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Mohd Awang Idris
Mohd Awang Idris
Associate Professor, Work Psychology, University of Malaya & University of South Australia
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Psychosocial safety climate: Conceptual distinctiveness and effect on job demands and worker psychological health
MA Idris, MF Dollard, J Coward, C Dormann
Safety science 50 (1), 19-28, 2012
3152012
Psychosocial safety climate, work conditions, and emotions in the workplace: A Malaysian population-based work stress study.
MA Idris, MF Dollard
International Journal of Stress Management 18 (4), 324, 2011
2582011
The Linkages Between Hierarchical Culture and Empowering Leadership and Their Effects on Employees’ Work Engagement: Work Meaningfulness as a Mediator.
MCC Lee, MA Idris, PH Delfabbro
international Journal of Stress Management, 2016
2042016
Supervisory coaching and performance feedback as mediators of the relationships between leadership styles, work engagement, and turnover intention
MCC Lee, MA Idris, M Tuckey
Human Resource Development International 22 (3), 257-282, 2019
1682019
Psychosocial Safety Climate, Emotional Demands, Burnout, and Depression: A Longitudinal Multilevel Study in the Malaysian Private Sector
MA Idris, MF Dollard, Yulita
Journal Occupational Health Psychology, 2014
1672014
Psychosocial safety climate as a management tool for employee engagement and performance: A multilevel analysis.
MA Idris, MF Dollard, MR Tuckey
International Journal of Stress Management 22 (2), 183, 2015
1352015
Integrating psychosocial safety climate in the JD-R model: A study amongst Malaysian workers
MA Idris, MF Dollard, AH Winefield
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 37 (2), 29-39, 2011
1062011
Lay theory explanations of occupational stress: The Malaysian context
MA Idris, MF Dollard, AH Winefield
Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal 17 (2), 135-153, 2010
1012010
Psychosocial safety climate as a moderator of the moderators: Contextualizing JDR models and emotional demands effects
MY Loh, MA Idris, MF Dollard, M Isahak
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2018
742018
The sources of happiness to the Malaysians and Indonesians: data from a smaller nation
JL Jaafar, MA Idris, J Ismuni, Y Fei, S Jaafar, Z Ahmad, MRM Ariff, ...
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 65, 549-556, 2012
602012
Psychosocial safety climate: A new work stress theory and implications for method
MF Dollard, C Dormann, MA Idris
Psychosocial safety climate: a new work stress theory, 3-30, 2019
592019
Organisational climate and employee health outcomes: A systematic review
MY Loh, MA Idris, C Dormann, H Muhamad
Safety Science 118, 442-452, 2019
502019
The effect of globalization on employee psychological health and job satisfaction in Malaysian workplaces
MA Idris, MF Dollard, AH Winefield
Journal of Occupational Health 53 (6), 447-454, 2011
502011
Climate congruence: How espoused psychosocial safety climate and enacted managerial support affect emotional exhaustion and work engagement
Y Yulita, MF Dollard, MA Idris
Safety science 96, 132-142, 2017
43*2017
A Multi-Level Study of Psychosocial Safety Climate, Challenge and Hindrance Demands, Employee Exhaustion, Engagement and Physical Health
Yulita, MA Idris, MF Dollard
Psychosocial Factors at Work in the Asia Pacific, 2014
422014
Climate congruence: How espoused psychosocial safety climate and enacted managerial support affect emotional exhaustion and work engagement
MF Dollard, MA Idris
Safety science 96, 132-142, 2017
412017
Psychosocial safety climate versus team climate: The distinctiveness between the two organizational climate constructs
MCC Lee, MA Idris
Personnel Review, 2017
332017
Psychosocial Safety Climate: Past, Present, and Future Research
Yulita, MA Idris, MF Dollard
Psychosocial Factors at Work in the Asia Pacific, 89-134, 2016
25*2016
The role of psychological detachment in burnout and depression: A longitudinal study of Malaysian workers
NA Muhamad Nasharudin, MA Idris, MY Loh, M Tuckey
Scandinavian journal of psychology 61 (3), 423-435, 2020
192020
Daily emotional demands on traffic crashes among taxi drivers: Fatigue and safety motivation as mediators
NA Husain, J Mohamad, MA Idris
IATSS research 43 (4), 268-276, 2019
182019
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