Emotion Regulation of Others and Self

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Dr. Ian Macdonald

Work Psychology, Sheffield University


Email Address
i.macdonald@sheffield.ac.uk
Telephone
0114 222 6591
Project Role

Working on the occupational aspects of the project.
Project coordinator.
Project statistician.

Research Interests

Temporal factors at work

Example Publications

Tucker, P., Folkard, S., & Macdonald, I., 2003, Rest Breaks and Accident Risk, The Lancet, Vol 361, Issue 9358, Page 680.

Ward, H., Macdonald, I., Pinnock, M., & Skuse, T., 2003, Monitoring and improving outcomes for children in out-of-home care.  In Kufeldt, K., & Mackenzie, B., (eds). Child Welfare: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice.  Waterloo, Ontario:  Wilfrid Laurier Press.

Macdonald, I., Scott, H., Tyers, C., Smith, L., Tucker, P., & Folkard, S., 2001, The impact on sleep of shifts start times in 12 hour shift systems, In Hornberger S., Knauth P., Costa, G., & Folkard, S., (Eds), Shiftwork in the 21st century: challenges for research and practice, Peter lang, Frankfurt, Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris & Vienna.

Owens, D.S., Macdonald, I., Tucker, P., Sytnik, N., Totterdell, P., Minors, D., Waterhouse, J., & Folkard, S., 2000, Diurnal variations in the mood and performance of highly practised young women living under strictly controlled conditions, British Journal of Psychology, 91, 41-60.

Tucker, P.,  Smith, L., Macdonald, I., & Folkard, S., 2000, Effects of direction of rotation in continuous and discontinuous 8-hour shift systems, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 57, 678-684.

Main Projects I'm Involved In

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