Thomas W. Britt
Thomas W. Britt
Professor of Psychology, Clemson University
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Organizational psychology: A scientist-practitioner approach
SM Jex, TW Britt
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
Deriving benefits from stressful events: The role of engagement in meaningful work and hardiness.
TW Britt, AB Adler, PT Bartone
Journal of occupational health psychology 6 (1), 53, 2001
The triangle model of responsibility.
BR Schlenker, TW Britt, J Pennington, R Murphy, K Doherty
Psychological review 101 (4), 632, 1994
The stigma of mental health problems in the military
TM Greene-Shortridge, TW Britt, CA Castro
Military medicine 172 (2), 157-161, 2007
Stigma, negative attitudes about treatment, and utilization of mental health care among soldiers
PY Kim, TW Britt, RP Klocko, LA Riviere, AB Adler
Military psychology, 2011
Social support, group consensus and stressor–strain relationships: Social context matters
PD Bliese, TW Britt
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2001
Perceived stigma and barriers to care for psychological treatment: Implications for reactions to stressors in different contexts
TW Britt, TM Greene–Shortridge, S Brink, QB Nguyen, J Rath, AL Cox, ...
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 27 (4), 317-335, 2008
The Stigma of Psychological Problems in a Work Environment: Evidence From the Screening of Service Members Returning From Bosnia1
TW Britt
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 30 (8), 1599-1618, 2000
Organizational work–family resources as predictors of job performance and attitudes: The process of work–family conflict and enrichment.
HN Odle-Dusseau, TW Britt, TM Greene-Shortridge
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (1), 28, 2012
How much do we really know about employee resilience?
TW Britt, W Shen, RR Sinclair, MR Grossman, DM Klieger
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 9 (2), 378-404, 2016
Engaging the self in the field: Testing the triangle model of responsibility
TW Britt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (6), 698-708, 1999
Insomnia as predictor versus outcome of PTSD and depression among Iraq combat veterans
KM Wright, TW Britt, PD Bliese, AB Adler, D Picchioni, DW Moore
Journal of clinical psychology 67 (12), 1240-1258, 2011
Social blushing.
MR Leary, TW Britt, WD Cutlip, JL Templeton
Psychological Bulletin 112 (3), 446, 1992
Intergroup anxiety: A person× situation approach
TW Britt, KA Bonieci, TK Vescio, M Biernat, LM Brown
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 22 (11), 1177-1188, 1996
Self-engagement, stressors, and health: A longitudinal study
TW Britt, CA Castro, AB Adler
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (11), 1475-1486, 2005
How leaders can influence the impact that stressors have on soldiers
TW Britt, J Davison, PD Bliese, CA Castro
Military medicine 169 (7), 541-545, 2004
Impression regulation and management: Highlights of a theory of self-identification.
BR Schlenker, TW Britt, J Pennington
The Guilford Press, 1996
Correlates and consequences of morale versus depression under stressful conditions.
TW Britt, JM Dickinson, DW Moore, CA Castro, AB Adler
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 12 (1), 34, 2007
Connecting active duty and returning veterans to mental health treatment: Interventions and treatment adaptations that may reduce barriers to care
HM Zinzow, TW Britt, AC McFadden, CM Burnette, S Gillispie
Clinical psychology review 32 (8), 741-753, 2012
Predicting work–family conflict from workload, job attitudes, group attributes, and health: A longitudinal study
TW Britt, CR Dawson
Military Psychology 17 (3), 203-227, 2005
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