Carolyn Timms
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‘Because it’s boring, irrelevant and I don’t like computers’: Why high school girls avoid professionally-oriented ICT subjects
N Anderson, C Lankshear, C Timms, L Courtney
Computers & Education 50 (4), 1304-1318, 2008
Work–life balance: A longitudinal evaluation of a new measure across Australia and New Zealand workers
P Brough, C Timms, MP O'Driscoll, T Kalliath, OL Siu, C Sit, D Lo
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (19), 2724-2744, 2014
Flexible work arrangements, work engagement, turnover intentions and psychological health
C Timms, P Brough, M O'Driscoll, T Kalliath, OL Siu, C Sit, D Lo
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 53 (1), 83-103, 2015
Validation of the Job Demands-Resources model in cross-national samples: Cross-sectional and longitudinal predictions of psychological strain and work engagement
P Brough, C Timms, OL Siu, T Kalliath, MP O’Driscoll, C Sit, C., Lo, D., Lu
Human Relations 66 (10), 1311-1335, 2013
Work–family enrichment and satisfaction: The mediating role of self-efficacy and work–life balance
XW Chan, T Kalliath, P Brough, OL Siu, MP O’Driscoll, C Timms
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 27 (15), 1755-1776, 2016
“I just want to teach”: Queensland independent school teachers and their workload
C Timms, D Graham, D Cottrell
Journal of Educational Administration, 2007
The relationship of social support with well-being outcomes via work–family conflict: Moderating effects of gender, dependants and nationality
S Drummond, MP O’Driscoll, P Brough, T Kalliath, OL Siu, C Timms, ...
Human Relations 70 (5), 544-565, 2017
Engagement with information and communication technology and psychological well-being
MP O’Driscoll, P Brough, C Timms, S Sawang
New developments in theoretical and conceptual approaches to job stress, 2010
Gender implication of perceptions of trustworthiness of school administration and teacher burnout/job stress
C Timms, D Graham, M Caltabiano
Australian Journal of Social Issues 41 (3), 343-358, 2006
“I like being a teacher”: Career satisfaction, the work environment and work engagement
C Timms, P Brough
Journal of Educational Administration, 2013
Burnt‐out but engaged: the co‐existence of psychological burnout and engagement
C Timms, P Brough, D Graham
Journal of Educational Administration, 2012
Comparisons of cognitive ability and job attitudes of older and younger workers
P Brough, G Johnson, S Drummond, S Pennisi, C Timms
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 2011
A three‐wave study of antecedents of work–family enrichment: The roles of social resources and affect
OL Siu, AB Bakker, P Brough, C Lu, H Wang, T Kalliath, M O'Driscoll, J Lu, ...
Stress and Health 31 (4), 306-314, 2015
Positive pathways to engaging workers: work–family enrichment as a predictor of work engagement
C Timms, P Brough, M O'Driscoll, T Kalliath, OL Siu, C Sit, D Lo
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 53 (4), 490-510, 2015
Self-efficacy and work engagement: test of a chain model
XW Chan, T Kalliath, P Brough, M O’Driscoll, OL Siu, C Timms
International Journal of Manpower, 2017
Riding a hydra: Women ICT professionals' perceptions of working in the Australian ICT industry
C Timms, C Lankshear, N Anderson, L Courtney
Information Technology & People, 2008
Measuring work-life balance: Validation of a new measure across five Anglo and Asian samples
P Brough, C Timms, R Bauld
Proceedings of the 8th Australian Psychological Society Industrial …, 2009
Rethinking education with ICT: New directions for effective practices
N Yelland, G Neal, E Dakich
Sense Publishers, 2008
Perceptions of school administration trustworthiness, teacher burnout/job stress and trust: the contribution of morale and participative decision-making
C Timms, D Graham, M Caltabiano
Advances in organisational psychology, 135-151, 2007
Secondary girls' perceptions of advanced ICT subjects: are they boring and irrelevant?
C Timms, L Courtney, N Anderson
Australian Educational Computing 21 (2), 3-8, 2006
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