Conferences

Amirova, A., Cropley, M., & Theadom, A. (2014). Sleep Inadequacy, Pain and Fatigue in Fibromyalgia. Evaluation of the Mitchell Method Relaxation Technique: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Division of Health Psychology, Annual Conference, York 10-12th September 2014.

Amirova, A, Cropley M, Theadom A. The Effectiveness of the Mitchell Method Relaxation Technique for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia: a RCT. International Congress of Behavioral Medicine, 20-23 August, Groningen, Netherlands, 2014

Cropley, M. & Atkinson. C. (2013). The effects of rumination and recovery on alpha-amylase, cortisol and leukocytes: a preliminary set of findings.  Workshop: Recovery and Restoration: the interface between the individual and the environment. The Flagstad Conference Centre, 10-11, June, Hamar, Norway.

Cropley, M. & Drewett, H. (2014). The Effect of Vacation on Subjective and Objective Sleep of School Teachers Reporting High and Low Work-Related Rumination. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, 14-16 April, London, UK.

Cropley, M., Drewett, H., Meadows, R. (2015). Anticipating returning to work following a short vacation. The effects of work-related rumination on subjective and objective sleep. EAWOP Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23rd May.

Cropley, M., Rydstedt, L.W. & Devereux, J.J. (2013). The relationship between work-related rumination and evening and morning salivary cortisol secretion. 16th EAWOP Congress 2013, May 22nd-25th, Münster, Germany.

Devereux, J. & Cropley, M. (2013). The results from a scientific multidisciplinary international workshop on worker recovery during and after work: Implications for the prevention of psychological distress and work-related musculoskeletal disorders. The Eighth International Conference on Preventionof Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders, PREMUS 2013 Busan (Korea), 7 July – 11 July 2013.

Geurts, S. & Cropley, M. (2014). Symposium Title: Recovery from Work: Cognitive and Affective Processes. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, 14-16 April, London, UK.

Kantermann, T., Theadom, A., Roenneberg, T. & Cropley, M. (2012).  Fibromyalgia syndrome and chronotype: Late chronotypes are more affected. Society for Research on Biological Rhythms Meeting in Sandestin, Florida, USA, May, 19-23. 

Keyworth, H., Tziakouri, A., Cropley, M., Chen, Y., Kitchen, I., Bailey, A. (2012). Exercise attenuates withdrawal symptoms from nicotine in mice. 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) Europe, Helsinki, Finland, August 30 – September 2.

Keyworth, H., Tziakouri, A., Cropley, M., Chen, Y., Kitchen, I., Bailey, A. (2012). Exercise attenuates nicotine withdrawal in mice and causes a Nicotine-Induced Upregulation of ?7 nAChRs in the Hippocampus. British Pharmacological Society winter meeting, London, 18 - 20 December 2012.

Kinman, G., McDowall, A., Cropley, M. (2012). Work-family conflict and job-related wellbeing in UK police officers: the role of recovery strategies. Institute of Work Psychology Annual Conference, Sheffield UK, 29 Jun 2012 - 30 Jun 2012. Institute of Work Psychology.

Kinman, G., McDowall, A., Cropley, M. (2012). Work-family conflict and job-related wellbeing in UK police officers - the role of recovery strategies. Work and Family Researchers Network, New York, NY, USA, 14 Jun 2012 - 16 Jun 2012. Work and Family Researchers Network Conference.

Lang, J., Hamesch, U., Cropley, M. (2015). Emotional versus cognitive rumination: are they differentially affecting long-term psychological health? EAWP Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23rd May.

Liebler1, S., Simonds, L., Cropley, M. & Heron, R. (2015). Predicting employee intention to leave in a large petrochemical company. EAWOP Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23rd May.

McDowall A, Kinman G, Cropley G. (2012). 'An integrated approach to understanding work-life balance in the Police.'. Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference Proceedings, Chester: Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference.

McDowall, A., Kinman, G., Cropley, M. (2012). An integrated approach to understanding work-life balance in the UK Police. Work and Family Researchers Network Inaugural Conference, New York, NY, 14 - 16 Jun 2012. Work and Family 

Michailidis, E. & Cropley, M. (2016). Exploring Possible Predictors and Consequences of Embitterment in the Workplace. European Academy of Occupational Health Conference, Athens, Greece, 11-13 April 2016.

Querstret, D, & Cropley, M. (2013). A longitudinal study examining work-related rumination as a predictor of change in work related fatigue over time. 16th EAWOP Congress 2013,

Querstret, D, & Cropley, M. (2013). Inauthenticity at work, dispositional authenticity, and personality traits as predictors of work-related rumination: a cross-sectional study. 16th EAWOP Congress 2013, May 22nd-25th, Münster, Germany.

Querstret, D. & Cropley, M. (2012). Investigating the relationship between work-related rumination, sleep quality and work-related fatigue. 10th conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich, Switzerland, April 11 -13.

Querstret, D. & Cropley, M. (2013). The impact of work on health: a longitudinal study examining work-related rumination as a predictor of change in fatigue over time. Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, 11-13 September 2013, Brighton, UK.

Querstret, D. & Cropley, M. (2014). Assessing the efficacy of a 4-week Internet-based mindfulness intervention to reduce work-related rumination and fatigue: A waitlist control study. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, 14-16 April, London, UK.

Querstret, D. & Cropley, M. (2014). Assessing the efficacy of a 4-week Internet-based mindfulness course to reduce work-related rumination and fatigue: A waitlist control study.

Division of Health Psychology, Annual Conference York 10-12th September 2014.

Querstret, D., Cropley, M. And Fife-Schaw, C.R. (2015). Assessing the Effect of a 4-Week Internet-Based Mindfulness Intervention on Work-Related Rumination, Sleep and Fatigue: A Randomised Waitlist Control Study. The 11th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health Work, Stress, and Health 2015 Sustainable Work Sustainable Health Sustainable Organizations,  American Psychological Association National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Society for Occupational Health Psychology May 6–9, 2015 Atlanta, Georgia.

Rydstedt, L. & Cropley, M. (2016). Perceived Organizational Injustice and Work-Related Activities Off-Work Interacts to Predict Rumination among Older White-Collar Workers. . European Academy of Occupational Health Conference, Athens, Greece, 11-13 April 2016.

Rydstedt, L.W. & Cropley, M., & Devereux, J (2014). The Role of Personality Traits in the Process of Recovering from Work. European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, 14-16 April, London, UK.

Rydstedt, L.W., Cropley, M. & Devereux, J.J. (2013). Sleep quality and job strain interact to predict diurnal cortisol secretion. 16th EAWOP Congress 2013, May 22nd-25th, Münster, Germany.

Schlachter, S., Cropley, M. & McDowall, A. (2015). ICT use for work purposes during non-work time: Untangling the Empowerment/Enslavement Paradox using a systematic review approach. EAWOP Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23rd May.

Schlachter, S., Cropley, M. & McDowall, A. (2015). No ‘switching off’ without switching off our electronic companions first? Systematically reviewing the impact of self-initiated ICT use on employees’ recovery and well-being. EAWOP Conference, Oslo, Norway, 20-23rd May.

Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., & Avery, R. (2016, January). The organisational context of ICT use for work-related purposes during non-work time. In G. Kinman, A. McDowall & C. Grant (Chairs), 'Switching on and switching off': Building e-resilience for work-life balance and wellbeing. Symposium conducted at the Division of Occupational Psychology Annual Conference 2016, Nottingham, UK.

Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., & Avery, R. (2016, June). Staying “switched on” for work during non-work time: The role of individual differences. In G. Kinman & A. McDowall (Chairs), Always on? Technology use, recovery and work-life balance. Symposium conducted at the Institute of Work Psychology International Conference 2016, Sheffield, UK.

Schlachter, S., Cropley, M., Inceoglu, I., & McDowall, A. (2017, May). The importance of feeling in control: Work-related ICT use during non-work time, well-being and perceived control. In S. Schlachter & L. Duranova (Chairs). Is constant work-related technology use inevitably bad for employees? Scrutinising the associations of technology use and well-being. Symposium submitted to the 18th Congress of the European Association.

Theadom, A., Cropley, M., Mahon, S., King, A., McPherson, K., Smith, H., & Feigin, V. (2013). Psychological interventions for adults with fibromyalgia syndrome: A systematic review. New Zealand Association of Positive Psychology (NZAPP) Conference, "Towards a flourishing New Zealand" June 8th & 9th, Auckland, NZ.

Wyles, K. (March 2017) Correlations between Human and Environmental Health. South Carolina Aquarium Plastic Pollution Summit, Charleston, USA (invited co-moderator)

Wyles, K. White, M., Austen, M., Hattam, C., Pahl, S., & Herbert, S. (May 2017). Beneficial effects of nature: The role of quality and type of environment visited on individuals’ psychological restoration and connectedness to nature. 3rd International Conference on Landscape and Human Health: Forests, Parks, and Green Care, Vienna, Austria

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