New Zealand Journal of Psychology

Publication covering psychology and mental health.

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 2, July

Conflict and Facilitation between Work and Family: Realizing the Outcomes for Organizations
Exploration of the work-family interface has resulted in models which focus on conflict between work and family roles rather than work-family and family-work facilitation. The present research was an exploratory study which aimed to examine whether...
Gender, Age, Ethnic and Occupational Associations with Pathological Gambling in a New Zealand Urban Sample
Demographic associations with pathological gambling are usually based on findings with population samples which include less serious problem gamblers. The present study examined the relative contribution of risk factors for pathological gambling in...
Loneliness in the Workplace: Construct Definition and Scale Development
This paper describes the conceptual development and validation of a scale to measure loneliness in the workplace. Despite extensive literature on loneliness and the measurement of the phenomenon, the issue of assessing worker loneliness is not well...
Positive and Negative Affective Outcomes of Occupational Stress
Occupational stress is a significant problem throughout the industrialised world. The prevalence of occupational stress is increasing and the negative consequences of stress for individual health and wellbeing are increasing. This attention to the...
Religion, Spirituality and Associations with Problem Gambling
Little is known about the contribution of religion and spirituality to the development of problem gambling. This paper examines one of the reasons associated with religion and spirituality which was given by respondents in a larger study of why people...
Testing a 'Trilemma' Instrument for Vocational-Interest Assessment
How an individual ranks items by preference, or on any-other form of subjective scale, can be assessed efficiently by presenting the items three at a time for three-way, forced-ranking decisions. We propose that these choices are most informative if...
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