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Recent Publications

Philip has written widely in the area of work stress and coping.

Books

  • Dewe, P., T. Cox, and M. Leiter (2000) (eds) Coping, health and organizations. [Issues in occupational health]. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Cooper, C.L., P.J. Dewe, and M. O'Driscoll (2001) Stress and Work Organizations: a review and critique of theory, research and applications. California: Sage.
  • Cooper, C.L. and P.J. Dewe (2004) Stress: A brief history. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Dewe, P., O’Driscoll, M., & Cooper, C. (2010). Coping with work stress: A review and critique. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Dewe, P., & Cooper C. (2012). Well-being and work: Towards a balanced agenda. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Chapters in books

  • Dewe, P. and C.L. Cooper (2007) 'Coping research and measurement in the context of work related stress' in G.P. Hodgkinson and J. Kevin Ford (eds) International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 22, pp.141-191.
  • Dewe, P. (2004) 'Job stress and burnout' in C. Spielberger (ed.) Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology 2. San Diego, CA: Elsevier Inc., pp.475-483.
  • Cooper, C., P. Dewe and M. O'Driscoll (2003) 'Employee Assistance Programs' in J. Quick and L. Tetrick (eds) Handbook of occupational health psychology. Washington: APA. pp.289-304.
  • O'Driscoll, M. and P. Dewe (2001) 'Mediators and moderators of stressor-strain linkages' in P. Perrewe and D. Ganster (eds) Research in occupational stress and well being: Exploring theoretical mechanisms and perspectives, 1. Amsterdam: JAI Press, pp.257-287.
  • Dewe, P. (2001) 'Work stress, coping and well-being: implementing strategies to better understand the relationship' in P. Perrewe and D. Ganster (eds) Research in occupational stress and well being: Exploring theoretical mechanisms and perspectives, 1. Amsterdam: JAI Press, pp.63-96.
  • Dewe, P., T. Cox and M. Letter (2000) 'Coping with work - future directions from the debates of the past' in P. Dewe, T. Cox and M. Leiter (eds) Coping, health and organizations [issues in occupational health]. London: Taylor and Francis, 277-286.
  • Dewe, P.J. (2000) 'Measures of Coping with Stress at Work: A review and a critique' in P. Dewe, T. Cox and M. Leiter (eds) Coping, health and organizations [issues in occupational health]. London: Taylor and Francis, pp.3-28.
  • Dewe, P (2001) Work stress, coping and well-being: implementing strategies to better understand the relationship. In P. Perrewe & D. Ganster (Eds) Research in occupational stress and well being: Exploring theoretical mechanisms and perspectives, 1, (pp. 63-96) Amsterdam: JAI Press.
  • O’Driscoll, M & Dewe, P. (2001) Mediators and moderators of stressor-strain linkages. In P. Perrewe & D. Ganster (Eds) Research in occupational stress and well being: Exploring theoretical mechanisms and perspectives, 1, (pp. 257-287) Amsterdam: JAI Press.
  • Cooper, C., Dewe, P., & O’Driscoll, M. (2003). Employee Assistance Programs In J. Quick & L. Tetrick (Eds.) Handbook of occupational health psychology, (pp.289-304) Washington: APA
  • Dewe, P. (2004) Job stress and burnout. In C. Spielberger (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology 2, (pp 475-483) San Diego, CA: Elseveir Inc.
  • Dewe, P., & Cooper, C.L. (2007). Coping research and measurement in the context of work related stress. In G.P. Hodgkinson & J. Kevin Ford (Eds.). International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 22, 141-191
  • Dewe, P. (2008). Positive coping strategies at work. In A. Kinder, R. Hughes & C. Cooper (Eds). Employee well-being support: A workplace resource. (pp. 91-98) Chichester: John Wiley & Sons
  • Cooper, C., & Dewe, P. (2009) Good work – Implications for research and policy. In D. Coats (Ed.). Advancing opportunity: the future of good work. (pp. 26-34). London: The Smith Institute
  • Dewe, P. (2009). Coping and appraisals in a work setting: A closer examination of the relationship. In A-S Antoniou, C. Cooper, G. Chrousos, C. Spielberger & M. Eysenck (Eds.). Handbook of Managerial behaviour and Occupational Health. (pp. 62-76) Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
  • Dewe, P., & Kompier, M. (2009). Well-being and work: Future challenges. In C. Cooper, J. Field, U. Goswami, R. Jenkins & B. Sahakian (Eds.). Mental capital and well-being (pp 601-639). Chichester: Wiley/Blackwell.
  • Cooper, C., Dewe, P., & O’Driscoll, M. (2010). Employee Assistance Programs: Strengths, challenges and future role. In J. Quick & L. Tetrick (Eds.) Handbook of occupational health psychology, (pp. 337-356) Washington: APA

Journal articles

  • Dewe, P., & Trenberth, L. (2012). Exploring the relationship between appraisals of stressful encounters and the associated emotions in a work setting. Work & Stress 26, 1-14
  • Redfern, S., Coster, S., Evans, A., & Dewe, P. (2010). An exploration of personal initiative theory in the role of consultant nurses. Journal of Research in Nursing 15, 435-453.
  • Tootell, B., Toulson, P., Blackler, M & Dewe, P. (2009). Metrics: HRM’s Holy Grail? A New Zealand case study Human Resource Management Journal 19, 375-392
  • Cooper, C., & Dewe, P. (2008).Well-being – absenteeism, presenteeism, costs and challenges. Occupational Medicine 58, 522-544.
  • Verma, S., & Dewe, P. (2008). Valuing human resources: perceptions and practices in UK organizations. Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting 12, 102-123
  • Den Hartog, D.N., A. Caley, and P. Dewe (2007) 'Recruiting leaders: An analysis of leadership advertisements', Human Resource Management Journal 17: 58-75.
  • Trenberth, L. and P. Dewe (2006) 'Understanding the experience of stressors: The use of sequential analysis for exploring the patterns between various work stressors and strain', Work and Stress 20: 191-209.
  • Trenberth, L. and P. Dewe (2005) 'An exploration of the role of leisure in coping with work related stress using sequential tree analysis', British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 33: 101-116.
  • Spector, P., C. Cooper, S. Poelmans, T. Allen, M. O'Driscoll, J. Sanchez, O.L. Siu, P. Dewe, P. Hart, L. Lu, L. Renault de Moraes, G. Ostrognay, K. Sparks, P. Wong, and S. Yu (2004) 'A cross-national comparative study of work-family stressors, working hours and well-being: China and Latin America versus the Anglo world', Personnel Psychology 57(1): 119-142.
  • Dewe, P. (2004) 'Work stress and coping: Theory, research and practice', British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 32: 139-142.
  • Dewe, P., and Trenberth, L. (2004) 'Work stress and coping: Drawing together research and practice', British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 32: 143-156.
  • Guest, D., N. Conway and P. Dewe (2004) 'The search for bundles of human resource management practices: an exploration using sequential tree analysis', Human Resource Management Journal 14(1): 80-96.
  • Toulson, P. and P. Dewe (2004) 'The importance of Human Resource Accounting and the measurement of Human Resources: Some exploratory analysis', Human Resource Management Journal 14(2): 75- 90.
  • Dewe, P. (2003) 'A closer examination of the patterns when coping with work related stress: Implications for measurement', Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 76: 517-524.
  • Troup, C. and P. Dewe (2002) 'Exploring the nature of control and its role in the appraisal of workplace stress', Work and Stress 16: 335-355.
  • Trenberth, L. and P. Dewe (2002) 'An exploration of the importance of leisure as a means of coping with work related stress', Counselling Psychology Quarterly 15: 39-72.
  • Dewe, P. and M. O'Driscoll (2002) 'Stress management interventions: What do managers actually do?', Personnel Review 31: 143-165.
  • Spector, P., C. Cooper, J. Sanchez, M. O'Driscoll, K. Sparks, P. Bernin, A. Bussing, P. Dewe, P. Hart, L. Lu, K. Miller, L. Renault de Moraes, G. Ostrognay, M. Pagon, H. Pitariu, S. Poelmans, P. Radhakrishnan, V. Russinova, V. Salamatov, J. Salgado, S. Shima, O.L. Siu, J. Stora, M. Teichmann, T. Theorell, P. Vlerick, M. Westman, M. Widerszal-Bazyl, P. Wong, and S. Yu (2002) 'Locus of control and well-being at work: how generaliz able are western findings?', Academy of Management Journal 45(2): 453-466.
  • Spector, P., C. Cooper, K. Sparks, P. Bernin, A. Bussing, P. Dewe, L. Lu, K. Miller, L. Renault de Moraes, M. O'Driscoll, M. Pagon, H. Pitariu, S. Poelmans, P. Radhakrishnan, V. Russinova, V. Salamatov, J. Salgado, J. Sanchez, S. Shima, O.L. Siu, J. Stora, M. Teichmann, T. Theorell, P. Vlerick, M. Westman, M. Widerszal-Bazyl, P. Wong, S. Yu (2001) 'An international study of the psychometric properties of the Hofstede Values Survey Module 1994: a comparison of individual and country level results', Applied Psychology: International Review 50: 278-290.
  • Spector, P., C. Cooper, J. Sanchez, M. O'Driscoll, K. Sparks, P. Bernin, A. Bussing, P. Dewe, P. Hart, L. Lu, K. Miller, L. Renault de Moraes, G. Ostrognay, M. Pagon, H. Pitariu, S. Poelmans, P. Radhakrishnan, V. Russinova, V. Salamatov, J. Salgado, S. Shima, O.L. Siu, J. Stora, M. Teichmann, T. Theorell, P. Vlerick, M. Westman, M. Widerszal-Bazyl, P. Wong, and S. Yu (2001) 'Do national levels of individualism and internal locus of control relate to well-being: an ecological level international study', Journal of Organizational Behavior 22 (8): 815-832.
  • Dewe, P.J. (2001) 'Determinants of coping: some alternative explanations and measurement issues', Psychological Reports 88: 832-834.
  • Dewe, P.J. and R. Brook (2000) 'Sequential tree analysis of work stressors: Exploring score profiles in the context of the stressor-stress relationship', International Journal of Stress Management 7: 1-18.
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