Guy Notelaers
Guy Notelaers
Professor, Departement of Psychosocial Science, Faculty of Psychology, University of Bergen
Verified email at uib.no
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Measuring exposure to bullying and harassment at work: Validity, factor structure and psychometric properties of the Negative Acts Questionnaire-Revised
S Einarsen, H Hoel, G Notelaers
Work & stress 23 (1), 24-44, 2009
13642009
Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Developments in theory, research, and practice
S Einarsen, H Hoel, D Zapf, C Cooper
CRC press, 2010
5312010
The prevalence of destructive leadership behaviour
MS Aasland, A Skogstad, G Notelaers, MB Nielsen, S Einarsen
British Journal of management 21 (2), 438-452, 2010
4532010
Should I stay or should I go? Examining longitudinal relations among job resources and work engagement for stayers versus movers
AH De Lange, H De Witte, G Notelaers
Work & Stress 22 (3), 201-223, 2008
4192008
Measuring exposure to bullying at work: The validity and advantages of the latent class cluster approach
G Notelaers, S Einarsen, H De Witte, JK Vermunt
Work & Stress 20 (4), 289-302, 2006
3212006
Prevalence of workplace bullying in Norway: Comparisons across time and estimation methods
MB Nielsen, A Skogstad, SB Matthiesen, L Glasø, MS Aasland, ...
European Journal of work and organizational psychology 18 (1), 81-101, 2009
3012009
Job insecurity and employability in fixed-term contractors, agency workers, and permanent workers: Associations with job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment.
N De Cuyper, G Notelaers, H De Witte
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 14 (2), 193, 2009
2572009
Measuring exposure to workplace bullying
MB Nielsen, G Notelaers, S Einarsen
Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Developments in theory, research …, 2011
2342011
Leadership and fulfillment of the three basic psychological needs at work
H Hetland, J Hetland, CS Andreassen, S Pallesen, G Notelaers
Career Development International, 2011
2032011
A job characteristics approach to explain workplace bullying
G Notelaers, H De Witte, S Einarsen
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 19 (4), 487-504, 2010
1842010
Job insecurity and employee health: The buffering potential of job control and job self-efficacy
B Schreurs, H Van Emmerik, G Notelaers, H De Witte
Work & Stress 24 (1), 56-72, 2010
1782010
Leadership and role stressors as departmental level predictors of workplace bullying.
LJ Hauge, S Einarsen, S Knardahl, B Lau, G Notelaers, A Skogstad
International Journal of Stress Management 18 (4), 305, 2011
1372011
The Food Choice Questionnaire: Factorial invariant over western urban populations?
A Eertmans, A Victoir, G Notelaers, G Vansant, O Van den Bergh
Food quality and preference 17 (5), 344-352, 2006
1372006
Measuring bullying at work with the short-negative acts questionnaire: identification of targets and criterion validity
G Notelaers, B Van der Heijden, H Hoel, S Einarsen
Work & Stress 33 (1), 58-75, 2019
120*2019
Exploring risk groups workplace bullying with categorical data
G Notelaers, JK Vermunt, E Baillien, S Einarsen, H De Witte
Industrial health 49 (1), 73-88, 2011
120*2011
Workplace bullying and suicidal ideation: A 3-wave longitudinal Norwegian study
MB Nielsen, GH Nielsen, G Notelaers, S Einarsen
American Journal of Public Health 105 (11), e23-e28, 2015
1142015
The world turns at 33 and 45: Defining simple cutoff scores for the Negative Acts Questionnaire–Revised in a representative sample
G Notelaers, S Einarsen
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (6), 670-682, 2013
1032013
Implications of family business employment for employees’ innovative work involvement
Y Bammens, G Notelaers, A Van Gils
Family Business Review 28 (2), 123-144, 2015
1012015
Workplace bullying, emotions, and outcomes
L Glasø, G Notelaers
Violence and victims 27 (3), 360-377, 2012
902012
Transitioning between temporary and permanent employment: A two‐wave study on the entrapment, the stepping stone and the selection hypothesis
N De Cuyper, G Notelaers, H De Witte
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 82 (1), 67-88, 2009
882009
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