Julian Barling

Queen's University, Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Canada 
General Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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LeBlanc MM, Barling J, Turner N. (2014) Intimate partner aggression and women's work outcomes. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 19: 399-412
Dupré KE, Dawe KA, Barling J. (2014) Harm to Those Who Serve: Effects of Direct and Vicarious Customer-Initiated Workplace Aggression. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 29: 2355-2377
Christie AM, Barling J. (2014) When What You Want is What You Get: Pay Dispersion and Communal Sharing Preference Applied Psychology. 63: 541-563
Byrne A, Dionisi AM, Barling J, et al. (2014) The depleted leader: The influence of leaders' diminished psychological resources on leadership behaviors Leadership Quarterly. 25: 344-357
Robertson JL, Barling J. (2013) Greening organizations through leaders' influence on employees' pro-environmental behaviors Journal of Organizational Behavior. 34: 176-194
Dionisi AM, Barling J, Dupré KE. (2012) Revisiting the comparative outcomes of workplace aggression and sexual harassment. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 17: 398-408
Hoption C, Christie A, Barling J. (2012) Submitting to the follower label: Followership, positive affect, and extra-role behaviors Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie / Journal of Psychology. 220: 221-230
Sivanathan N, Arnold KA, Turner N, et al. (2012) Leading Well: Transformational Leadership and Well-Being Positive Psychology in Practice. 241-255
Morton KL, Barling J, Rhodes RE, et al. (2011) The application of transformational leadership theory to parenting: questionnaire development and implications for adolescent self-regulatory efficacy and life satisfaction. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 33: 688-709
Mendelson MB, Turner N, Barling J. (2011) Perceptions of the presence and effectiveness of high involvement work systems and their relationship to employee attitudes: A test of competing models Personnel Review. 40: 45-69
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