University of Calgary

Publications - 2014


A comparison of university student and community gamblers: Motivations, impulsivity, and gambling cognitions.

Marmurek, Harvey, Switzer, Jessica and D'Alvise, Joshua

Adherence to antihypertensive medications: Current status and future directions

Rash, Josh, Lavoie, K. L., Feldman, R. D. and Campbell, T. S.

Androgen deprivation therapy: An essential guide for prostate cancer patients and their loved ones

Wassersug, R., Walker, L., Robinson, J., Currie, L.K., Kukula, K., Savage, Linette, Matthew, A. and et al.

An eye for the I: Preferential attention to the eyes of ingroup members.

Kawakami, Kerry, Williams, Amanda, Sidhu, David, Vilaythong, Oth, Choma, Becky, Rodriguez-Bailon, Rosa, Canadas, Elena and Hugenberg, Kurt

A Novel Approach to Recruitment: Gamification

Chow, Sam and Chapman, Derek

Can you believe it?! Twelve-month-olds use word order to distinguish between declaratives and polar interrogatives. Language Learning and Development, (ahead-of-print), 1-15 .

Geffen, Susan and Mintz, Toben H.

Digital cognitive behaviour therapy: ethical considerations.

Savage, Linette and Prentice, Jennifer

Does Emphasizing Different Types of Person–Environment Fit in Online Job Ads Influence Application Behavior and Applicant Quality? Evidence from a Field Experiment

Schmidt, Joseph, Chapman, Derek and Jones, David

Does self-report mindfulness mediate the effect of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) on spirituality and posttraumatic growth in cancer patients?

Labelle, L., Savage, Linette, Campbell, T.S., Faris, P. and Carlson, L.E.

Effects of relative embodiment in lexical and semantic processing of verbs

Sidhu, David, Kwan, Rachel, Pexman, Penny and Siakaluk, Paul

Ethical issues in the psychosocial assessment of bariatric surgery candidates

Rouleau, Codie, Rash, Josh and Mothersill, Kerry

Examining the Origins of Perceived Fit with Organizations

Chapman, Derek and Mayers, David

Future directions for the investigation of oxytocin and pain

Rash, Josh and Campbell, T. S.

Gamifiying Psychometric Assessments: Driving Engagement For More Data

Chow, Sam and Hu, Evan

Impaired recognition of happy facial expressions in bipolar disorder

Savage, Linette, Goghari, Vina and Sponheim, Scott R.

Mental illness in the workplace: Psychological disability management. In C. Cooper & R. Burke (Series Ed.), Psychological and Behavioural Aspects of Risk.

Rash, Josh

The extent of mental illness concerns in the workforce is becoming increasingly apparent. Stress, depression, anxiety, workplace bullying and other issues are costing businesses billions every year in lost productivity, poor treatments and employee retention. Unless appropriately addressed, issues related to mental illness difficulties will result in stiff financial, organizational, and human costs for organizations. The authors of Mental Illness in the Workplace provide a practical guide to identifying, understanding, treating and preventing individual and organizational mental health issues. They illustrate how organizations can save money and improve the health and well-being of their employees by using a psychological disability management approach in the treatment and accommodation of mental illness issues. Drawing on empirical evidence from North America, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, the book is in three parts. The first addresses the scope of mental health issues in the workplace. The second part describes the most common mental illnesses found in the workplace, while the third focuses on prevention and treatment of mental health issues. This book will meet the needs of human resources professionals, administrators of employee assistance programs, industrial and organizational psychologists, mental health practitioners, those teaching or studying psychology and disability management, and more generally will serve to enlighten students of business management and practicing managers regarding a major workforce risk factor. Reviews: ‘Harder and colleagues have produced a much needed, eminently accessible text focussed on mental illness and the workplace. With predictions of major labour shortages in many industrialised nations, employers urgently need to preserve their valuable human resources, including those workers with mental health issues. This book provides employers and others with practical management strategies to prevent and manage mental illness at work.’ Nicholas Buys, Griffith University, Australia ‘This text provides a useful overview of mental illness, its impact on individuals, society and the workforce, and practical strategies for addressing it in the workplace. The strategies outlined will not only benefit workers with existing mental illness, but all workers and employers via the creation of healthier workplaces that optimize the mental health and productivity of all members.’ Christine Randall, Griffith University, Australia ‘Mental Illness in the Workplace fills a large void in the existing literature by defining common psychological health conditions and broadening the reader’s understanding of how mental health conditions impact in the workplace. It explores current evidence, diagnostic challenges and treatment complexities. The authors articulate and present solid and well-thought-out solutions for prevention and management. Disability Management professionals will benefit greatly from this resource.’ Liz R. Scott, Principal/CEO of Organizational Solutions, Canada ‘The book provides richly detailed information on how to deal with challenges of mental health in the workplace. Bringing expertise in both areas, mental health and the workplace, together is crucial in order to improve labor market participation by one of the most disadvantaged social groups, heavily stigmatized and generally ignored in their needs for social, medical and workplace support.’ Thomas Geisen, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Switzerland


Romantic revenge and the Dark Triad: A model of impellance and inhibition.

Rasmussen, Kyler and Boon, Susan

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Hodgins, David

Short-term reliability of a brief hazard perception test

Scialfa, Charles, Pereverseff, Rosemary and Borkenhagen, David

Situated conceptualization and semantic processing: effects of emotional experience and context availability in semantic categorization and naming tasks

Moffat, Michael, Siakaluk, Paul, Sidhu, David and Pexman, Penny

Six essential lessons for graduate students in health psychology

Rouleau, C., Rash, Josh and Johnson, J.

Tailoring Web-Based Recruiting Messages: Individual Differences in the Persuasiveness of Affective and Cognitive Messages

Chapman, Derek and Kraichy, David

The Effect of Intranasal Oxytocin Administration on Acute Cold Pressor Pain: A Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind, Within-Participants Crossover Investigation

Rash, Josh and Campbell, T. S.

The Effects of Dysphoria and Personality on Negative Self-Referent Attitudes and Perceptions of the Attitudes of Others

Beshai, Shadi, Prentice, Jennifer, Swan, Jennifer and Dobson, Keith

The role of the medial prefrontal cortex in regulating interanimal coordination of movements

Himmler, Brett T, Bell, Heather C, Horwood, Lewis, Harker, Allonna, Kolb, Bryan and Pellis, Sergio M

The Taber school shooting

Dalby, J. Thomas in Evans, C.D. and Shyba, L. Tough Crimes: True Cases by Top Canadian Criminal Lawyers

Working memory training for schizophrenia and healthy populations

Savage, Linette and Goghari, Vina
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