Jan Alewyn Nel
Jan Alewyn Nel
Professor of Industrial Psychology, University of Pretoria, South Africa
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Exploring the personality structure in the 11 languages of South Africa
JA Nel, VH Valchev, S Rothmann, FJR Van de Vijver, D Meiring, ...
Journal of personality 80 (4), 915-948, 2012
1392012
The South African Personality Inventory (SAPI): A culture-informed instrument for the country’s main ethnocultural groups.
VH Fetvadjiev, D Meiring, FJR Van de Vijver, JA Nel, C Hill
Psychological assessment 27 (3), 827, 2015
742015
Exploring the impact of information and communication technology on employees' work and personal lives
W De Wet, E Koekemoer, JA Nel
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 42 (1), 1-11, 2016
662016
Similarities and differences in implicit personality concepts across ethnocultural groups in South Africa
VH Valchev, JA Nel, FJR Van de Vijver, D Meiring, GP De Bruin, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (3), 365-388, 2013
642013
Beyond Agreeableness: Social–relational personality concepts from an indigenous and cross-cultural perspective
VH Valchev, FJR Van de Vijver, D Meiring, JA Nel, C Hill, S Laher, ...
Journal of Research in Personality 48, 17-32, 2014
602014
Implicit personality conceptions of the Nguni cultural-linguistic groups of South Africa
VH Valchev, FJR Van de Vijver, J Alewyn Nel, S Rothmann, D Meiring, ...
Cross-Cultural Research 45 (3), 235-266, 2011
472011
Developing and testing items for the South African Personality Inventory (SAPI)
C Hill, BG Adams, GP De Bruin, JA Nel, FJR Van de Vijver, VH Valchev, ...
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 39 (1), 1-13, 2013
452013
The antecedents and outcomes of work-family enrichment amongst female workers
E Marais, M De Klerk, JA Nel, L De Beer
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology 40 (1), 1 - 14, 2014
432014
The use of traits and contextual information in free personality descriptions across ethnocultural groups in South Africa.
VH Valchev, FJR Van de Vijver, JA Nel, S Rothmann, D Meiring
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (6), 1077, 2013
432013
Emotional intelligence and wellness among employees working in the nursing environment
JA Nel, CS Jonker, T Rabie
Journal of Psychology in Africa 23 (2), 195-203, 2013
432013
An exploration of stereotype perceptions amongst support staff within a South African higher education institution
GRB Moloto, L Brink, JA Nel
AOSIS, 2014
312014
Uncovering personality dimensions in eleven different language groups in South Africa: An exploratory study
JA Nel
North-West University, 2008
302008
Assessing cultural intelligence, personality and identity amongst young white Afrikaans-speaking students: A preliminary study
N Nel, JA Nel, BG Adams, LT De Beer
South African Journal of Human Resource Management 13 (1), 1 - 13, 2015
292015
The development of the MACE work-family enrichment instrument
M De Klerk, JA Nel, E Koekemoer, C Hill
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 39 (2), 1-16, 2013
26*2013
Study demands, study resources and the role of personality characteristics in predicting the engagement of first-year university students
JR Cilliers, K Mostert, JA Nel
South African Journal of Higher Education 32 (1), 49-70, 2018
202018
Exploring the meaning and origin of stereotypes amongst South African employees
L Brink, JA Nel
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology 41 (1), 1 - 13, 2015
202015
Impression management within the Zulu culture: Exploring tactics in the work context
D Mtshelwane, L Brink, JA Nel
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 42 (1), 1-13, 2016
172016
Exploring a Positive SWB Model in a Sample of University Students in South Africa
CS Jonker, E Koekemoer, JA Nel
Social Indicators Research 121 (3), 815 - 832, 2015
172015
Personal growth initiative among Industrial Psychology students in a higher education institution in South Africa
A de Jager-van Straaten, L Jorgensen, C Hill, JA Nel
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 42 (1), 1-11, 2016
152016
Work-to-family enrichment: Influences of work resources, work engagement and satisfaction among employees within the South African context
MD Klerk, JA Nel, E Koekemoer
Journal of Psychology in Africa 25 (6), 537-546, 2015
152015
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