Dr Karl Wiener
Dr Karl Wiener
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Predicting job seeking frequency and psychological well‐being in the unemployed
KKK Wiener, TPS Oei, PA Creed
Journal of Employment Counseling 36 (2), 67-81, 1999
871999
Compulsive Internet use and relations between social connectedness, and introversion.
E McIntyre, KKK Wiener, AJ Saliba
Computers in Human Behavior 48 (July), 569–574, 2015
792015
What’s driving illegal mobile phone use? Psychosocial influences on drivers’ intentions to use hand-held mobile phones
LP Waddell, KKK Wiener
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 22, 1-11, 2014
762014
Trait boredom is a predictor of phubbing frequency
Y Al-Saggaf, R MacCulloch, K Wiener
Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 4 (3), 245-252, 2019
332019
Herbal medicine use behaviour in Australian adults who experience anxiety: a descriptive study
E McIntyre, AJ Saliba, KK Wiener, J Sarris
BMC complementary and alternative medicine 16 (1), 1-12, 2016
282016
Making workplaces safer: The influence of organisational climate and individual differences on safety behaviour
M Toppazzini, KKK Wiener
Heliyon 3 (6), 2017
252017
Prevalence and predictors of herbal medicine use in adults experiencing anxiety: A critical review of the literature
E McIntyre, AJ Saliba, KKK Wiener, J Sarris
Advances in Integrative Medicine 2, 38-48, 2015
232015
Academic self-efficacy in a twenty-first-century Australian university: strategies for first-generation students
DA Metcalf, KKK Wiener
Higher Education Research & Development 37 (7), 1472-1488, 2018
152018
Predicting punitive attitudes to sentencing: Does the public’s perceptions of crime and Indigenous Australians matter?
RP Brookman, KKK Wiener
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 50 (1), 56-77, 2017
152017
Predicting the intention to use herbal medicines for anxiety symptoms: A model of health behaviour
EL McIntyre, AJ Saliba, KKK Wiener, FL Bishop
Journal of Mental Health, 2017
122017
Attitudes of Psychologists in Australia towards evidence‐based practice in psychology
NR Hamill, KKK Wiener
Australian Psychologist 53 (6), 477-485, 2018
62018
Predicting punitive attitudes: Racial-animus towards new immigrant and aboriginal minority groups as a mediating agent upon public crime concerns
RP Brookman, KKK Wiener
World Journal of Social Science Research 4 (2), 140-163, 2017
62017
Use of the Shipley Institute of Living Scale and the Raven's Standard Progressive Matrices with unemployed populations
PA Creed, KKK Wiener
Journal of Applied Health Behaviour 1, 22-26, 1999
41999
DYNAMIC CHANGE PROCESS: HOW DO COGNITIVE READINESS DRIVERS INFORM CHANGE AGENTS ON EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE INTENTION.
K Karl
University of Canberra, 2008
32008
Comparing early hemp food consumers to non-hemp food consumers to determine attributes of early adopters of a novel food using the Food Choice Questionnaire (FCQ) and the Food …
DA Metcalf, KKK Wiener, A Saliba
Future Foods 3, 100031, 2021
12021
Development of a conceptual framework that identifies factors and challenges impacting perinatal fathers
DJ Gemayel, KKK Wiener, AJ Saliba
Heliyon 4 (7), e00694, 2018
12018
The Type of Change is Important for Understanding Readiness for Change: A Comparison of IT Change and Organization Restructure
M Griffin, KKK Wiener
Edith Cowan University, 2003
1*2003
Does supervisor gender moderate the mediation of job embeddedness between LMX and job satisfaction?
JL Stewart, KKK Wiener
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2021
2021
The development and validation of the Multidimensional Paternal Perinatal Scale (MPPS)
D Gemayel, KKK Wiener, A Saliba
Heliyon 7 (5), e06978, 2021
2021
A comparison between Australian and US populations on attitudes to criminal behaviours
W De Soto, KKK Wiener, H Tajalli, R Brookman
Psychology, Crime & Law, 1-17, 2021
2021
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