References of Major ENOP Publications

1)      ENOP Newsletter, Paris: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 1981 -

2)      Antolovits, M., Roe, R. & Spaltro, E. (eds.) (1988). European Methodologies in Work and Organizational Psychology-Proceedings of Siofok-ENOP Symposium. Budapest: Hungarian Coordination Council of Work Psychology & ENOP

3)      Andriessen, E. & Roe, R. A. (eds.) (1993). Telematics and Work. Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum

4)      Bainbridge, L. & Ruiz Quintanilla, S.A. (eds.) (1989). Developing Skills with Information Technologies. Chichester: Wiley

5)      Crouch, J. & Heller, F.A. (eds.) (1984). Organizational Democracy and the Political Process. International Yearbook of Organizational Democracy, Vol.I. Chichester: Wiley

6)      de Keyser, V., Qvale, Th., Wilpert, B. & Ruiz Quintanilla, S.A. (eds.) (1989). Meaning of Working and Technological Options. Chichester: Wiley

7)      de Montmollin, M. (ed.) (1990). Skills, Qualification, Employment.Special Issue of Applied Psychology - An International Review., 39.2

8)      de Wolff, Ch. (ed.) (1984, 1986). Directory of European Scholars and Institutions in Work and Organizational Psychology. Nijmegen: Catholic University

9)      Fridenson, P, Wilpert, B. & Yakovleva, E. (eds.) (in press). Joint Ventures: Possibilities, Limitations and Dynamics of Economic Cooperation. Frankfurt/M.: Campus

10)  IDE-International Reseach Group (1981). Industrial Democracy in Europe. London: Oxford University Press

11)  IDE-International Research Group (1981). European Industrial Relations. London: Oxford University Press

12)  IDE-International Research Group (1992). Industrial Democracy in Europe revisited: summary and conclusions. In: Social Science Information, 31,4, pp. 773-785

13)  IDE-International Research Group (1993). Industrial Democracy in Europe Revisited. London: Oxford University Press

14)  Lafferty, W. & Rosenstein, E. (eds.) (1993). Organizational Democracy and Technocal Change. International Handbook of Participation, Vol. III. London: Oxford University Press

15)  Lammers, C. & Szell, G. (eds.) (1989). Organizational Democracy - State of the Art. International Handbook of Participation, Vol. I. London: Oxford University Press

16)  Lévy-Leboyer, C. & Sperandio, J.C. (eds.) (1987). Trait‚ de Psychologie du Travail. Paris: PUF

17)  MOW-Internmational Research Team (1987). The Meaning of Working. London: Academic Press

18)  Peiró, J.M. & Gonzalez-Roma, V. (1991). Clima y Satisfaccion Laboral en Profesionales de Equipos de Atencion Primaria. Valencia: NAU

19)  Rasmussen, J., Duncan, K. & Leplat, J. (eds.) (1987). New Technologies and Human Error. Chichester: Wiley

20)  Rasmussen, J., Brehmer, B. & Leplat, J. (eds.) (1991). Distributed Decision Making and New Technologies. Chichester: Wiley

21)  Roe, R.A., Antolovits, M. & Dienes, E. (eds.) (1991). Technological Change and its Impact on Work. Budapest: Hungarian Coordination Council of Organizational and Work Psychology

22)  Roe, R.A. & Rusinova, V. (eds.) (1993). Psychosocial Aspects of Employment. Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences & ENOP

23)  Russel, R. & Rus, V. (eds.) (1991). Ownership and Participation. International Handbook of Participation. Vol II, London: Oxford University Press

24)  Wallis, D. & de Wolff, Ch. (eds.) (1988). Stress and Occupational Problems in Hospitals. London: Croom Helm

25)  Wilpert, B. & Qvale, Th. (eds.) (1993). Reliability and Safety in Hazardous Work Systems. Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum

26)  Wilpert, B. & Sorge, A. (eds.) (1984) Organizational Democracy in International Perspective. International Handbook of Organizational Democracy, Vol. II. Chichester: Wiley

27)  Evaluation Report on the First European Summer School on New Information Technology and Work Psychology. (1989) Berlin: Technische Universit„t Berlin

28)  Evaluation Report on the Second European Summer School on New Information Technology and Work Psychology (1992). Tilburg: Tilburg University

29)  Hurley, John J. Organisation and Scientific Discovery John Wiley March 1997

30)  ENOP (1998). European Curriculum in W&O Psychology. Reference Model and Minimal Standards. Paris: Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, ENOP document de travail, Nr. 3

31)  Antalovits, M. (1999). Self-assessment and learning in nuclear power plant simulation training. In J. Misimi, B. Wilpert & R. Miller (Eds.). Nuclear Safety: A human factors perspective (pp. 243-256).  London: Taylor & Francis

32)  Avallone, F., Sinangil, H & Caetano, A. (Eds) (2003) Identity and diversity in organizations. Milan: Guerini Studio.

33)  Büttner, T., Fahlbruch, B. & Wilpert, B. (1999). Sicherheitskultur: Konzepte und Analysemethoden. Heidelberg: Asanger

34)  Coetsier, P. & G. Karnas et al.  (1999) Approche psycho-organisationelle du stress au travail. Psychoologie du Travail.

35)  De Wolff, C.J. & Hurley, J. (1998). The changing nature of work and organizational psychology. The European Work and Organizational Psychologist, 4(4) 343-355

36)  Drenth, P.J.D., Thierry, H. & de Wolff, C.j. (1998). Handbook of work and organizational psychology (4 vols.). Hove: Psychology Press

37)  Guest, D. (1998). Is the psychological contract worth taking seriously? Journal of Organizational Behavior, 19, 649-677

38)  Guest, D. (1999). Human resource management: The workers verdict. Human Resource Management Journal, 9(3), 5-25

39)  Heller, F.A. & Hurley, J. (1998). Leadership. European Journal of Work and Organization Psychology (Spec. Issue), 6(4)

40)  Heller, F.A., Pusic, E., Strauss, G. & Wilpert, B. (1999). Organizational participation – myth and reality. Oxford: Oxford University Press

41)  Hurley, J. (1998). Organization and scientific discovery. Chichester: Wiley

42)  Hurley, J. (Ed.)(2003) Scientific research effectiveness: the organizational dimension. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

43)  Kirchler, E. & Schmidl, D. (2000). Schichtarbeit im Vergleich: Befindenunterschiede und Aufmerksmkeitsvariation während der 8-Stunden- versus 12-Stunden Schichtarbeit. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 44 (1), 2-18

44)  Kirwan, B., Hale, A. & Hopkins, A. (Eds.) (2002) Changing Regulation. Amsterdam: Pergamon Press

45)  Konrad, E. (2000). Implicit leadership theories in Eastern and Western Europe. Social Science Information,39 (2), 335-347

46)  Kouabenan, R. (Ed.)(2003) Les risques professionnels: évolution des approches. Nouvelles perspectives. Toulouse : Octarès.

47)  Lundberg, U. & Johansson, G. (1999). Stress and health risks in repetitive work and supervisory monitoring work. In R. Backs & W. Boucsein (eds.). Engineering psychophysiology: Issues and applications. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum

48)  Maslic, S.D. & Sverko, B. (2000) Croation workers in the period of transition: a five year follow-up of job-relate attitudes. Social Science Information, 39(2)363-376

49)  Misumi,, J., B. Wilpert & R. Miller (eds., 1999). Nuclear Safety – a human factors perspective. London: Taylor & Francis

50)  Nelson, A., Robertson, I.T., Walley, L. & Smith, M. (1999). Personality and work performance: some evidence from small and medium-sized firms. The Occupational Psychologist, 38, 28-36

51)  Roe, R.A. (1999). Work performance. In C. Cooper & I.T. Robertson (Eds.) International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Chichester: Wiley

52)  Semmer, N. & Regennass, A. (1999). Situational assessment of safety culture. In J. Misumi, B. Wilpert & R. Miller (Eds.) Nuclear Safety: A human factors perspective. London: Taylor & Francis

53)  Ten Horn, L., Sverko, B. & Zinovieva, I. (1999).  Organizational psychology and transition processes in Central and Eastern Europe. Conference proceedings, Dubrovnik

54)  Wilpert,B. & Fahlbruch, B. (Eds.) (2002) System Safety. Amsterdam: Pergamon Press

 

            Updated Aprill 2005