Anders Skogstad
Anders Skogstad
Professor of work and organizational psychology, Faculty of psychology, University of Bergen
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Bullying at work: Epidemiological findings in public and private organizations
S Einarsen, A Skogstad
European journal of work and organizational psychology 5 (2), 185-201, 1996
Destructive leadership behaviour: A definition and conceptual model
S Einarsen, MS Aasland, A Skogstad
The leadership quarterly 18 (3), 207-216, 2007
The destructiveness of laissez-faire leadership behavior.
A Skogstad, S Einarsen, T Torsheim, MS Aasland, H Hetland
Journal of occupational health psychology 12 (1), 80, 2007
Relationships between stressful work environments and bullying: Results of a large representative study
L Johan Hauge, A Skogstad, S Einarsen
Work & stress 21 (3), 220-242, 2007
The prevalence of destructive leadership behaviour
MS Aasland, A Skogstad, G Notelaers, MB Nielsen, S Einarsen
British Journal of management 21 (2), 438-452, 2010
The relative impact of workplace bullying as a social stressor at work
LJ Hauge, A Skogstad, S Einarsen
Scandinavian journal of psychology 51 (5), 426-433, 2010
Bullying, burnout and well-being among assistant nurses
S Einarsen, S Matthiesen, A Skogstad
Journal of Occupational Health and Safety Australia and New Zealand 14, 563-568, 1998
Prevalence of workplace bullying in Norway: Comparisons across time and estimation methods
MB Nielsen, A Skogstad, SB Matthiesen, L Glasø, MS Aasland, ...
European journal of work and organizational psychology 18 (1), 81-101, 2009
Individual and situational predictors of workplace bullying: Why do perpetrators engage in the bullying of others?
LJ Hauge, A Skogstad, S Einarsen
Work & Stress 23 (4), 349-358, 2009
Climate for conflict management, exposure to workplace bullying and work engagement: a moderated mediation analysis
S Einarsen, A Skogstad, E Rørvik, ÅB Lande, MB Nielsen
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (3), 549-570, 2018
Is avoidant leadership a root cause of subordinate stress? Longitudinal relationships between laissez-faire leadership and role ambiguity
A Skogstad, J Hetland, L Glasø, S Einarsen
Work & stress 28 (4), 323-341, 2014
User's guide for the QPSNordic: general Nordic questionnaire for psychological and social factors at work
K Lindström, E Ørhede, AL Elo, A Skogstad, M Dallner, F Gamberale, ...
Nordic Council of Ministers, 2000
Testing the work environment hypothesis of bullying on a group level of analysis: Psychosocial factors as precursors of observed workplace bullying
A Skogstad, T Torsheim, S Einarsen, LJ Hauge
Applied Psychology 60 (3), 475-495, 2011
The oldest old, ADL, social network, and loneliness
M Bondevik, A Skogstad
Western Journal of Nursing Research 20 (3), 325-343, 1998
The relative effects of constructive, laissez-faire, and tyrannical leadership on subordinate job satisfaction
A Skogstad, MS Aasland, MB Nielsen, J Hetland, SB Matthiesen, ...
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2015
Do they stay or do they go? A longitudinal study of intentions to leave and exclusion from working life among targets of workplace bullying
M Berthelsen, A Skogstad, B Lau, S Einarsen
International Journal of Manpower 32 (2), 178-193, 2011
Leadership and role stressors as departmental level predictors of workplace bullying.
LJ Hauge, S Einarsen, S Knardahl, B Lau, G Notelaers, A Skogstad
International Journal of Stress Management 18 (4), 305, 2011
Organizational changes: a precursor of bullying at work?
A Skogstad, SB Matthiesen, S Einarsen
International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior 10 (1), 58-94, 2007
Användarmanual för QPSNordic
M Dallner, K Lindström, AL Elo, A Skogstad, F Gamberale, V Hottinen, ...
Stockholm: Arbetslivsinstitutet, 2000
Leadership, staffing and quality of care in nursing homes
AK Havig, A Skogstad, LE Kjekshus, TI Romøren
BMC Health Services Research 11, 1-13, 2011
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