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Article

Russell, Emma, Jackson, Thomas and Banks, Adrian (2019) Classifying computer-mediated communication (CMC) interruptions at work using control as a key delineator. Behaviour and Information Technology. pp. 1-16. ISSN 0144-929X

Russell, Emma and Woods, Stephen A (2019) Personality differences as predictors of action-goal relationships in work-email activity. Computers in Human Behavior, 103. pp. 67-79. ISSN 0747-5632

Russell, Emma and Daniels, Kevin (2018) Measuring affective well-being at work using short-form scales : implications for affective structures and participant instructions. Human Relations, 71. pp. 1478-1507. ISSN 0018-7267

Russell, Emma, Lloyd-Houdley, Amy, Memon, Ally and Yarker, Joanna (2018) Factors influencing uptake and use of a new health information app for young people. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 36 (4). pp. 222-240. ISSN 1522-8835

Russell, Emma (2017) Five myths about email at work and how to cope with communications overload. The Conversation [weblog article, 9 Novemeber 2017].

Russell, Emma, Woods, Stephen A and Banks, Adrian P (2017) Examining conscientiousness as a key resource in resisting email interruptions : implications for volatile resources and goal achievement. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 90 (3). pp. 407-435. ISSN 0963-1798

Russell, Emma and Underwood, Chris (2016) Exploring the role of purpose in leadership. HR Magazine [weblog article, 1 June 2016]. pp. 46-48. ISSN 0964-8390

Jackson, Tom and Russell, Emma (2015) Four email problems that even titans of tech haven't resolved. The Conversation [weblog article,12 February 2015].

Russell, Emma, Purvis, Lynne Millward and Banks, Adrian (2007) Describing the strategies used for dealing with email interruptions according to different situational parameters. Computers in Human Behavior, 23 (4). pp. 1820-1837. ISSN 0747-5632

Book Section

Russell, Emma (2017) Dealing with work email: what are we doing and why are we doing it? In: Niven, Karen, Lewis, Suzan and Kagan, Carolyn (eds.) Making a difference with psychology. Richard Benjamin Trust, London, U.K., pp. 202-209. ISBN 9781788085670

Reports and working papers

Russell, Emma and Keightley, Sam (2018) An independent evaluation of a leadership development programme for East Sussex healthcare trust. Project Report. Wellbeing at Work Research Group, Kingston upon Thames, U.K..

Russell, Emma, Lloyd-Houldey, Amy, Memon, Ally and Yarker, Joanna (2017) An independent evaluation of the NHSGo health app for children and young people in London. Project Report. Wellbeing at Work Research Group, Kingston upon Thames, U.K..

Russell, Emma (2017) Strategies for effectively managing email at work. Project Report. Acas, London, U.K..

Russell, Emma (2013) Strategies and bad habits in dealing with email at work. Project Report. Richard Benjamin Trust.

Conference or Workshop Item

Russell, E, Laing, K and Grant, C (2019) Always On? Or are we? An investigation into the moderating effect of boundary management strategies on the relationship between after-hours work and well-being. In: EAWOP 2019: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 May – 1 June 2019, Turin, Italy.

Russell, E, Jackson, T and Fullman, M (2019) How to deal with work email effectively: a systematic review with recommendations. In: EAWOP 2019: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 May – 1 June 2019, Turin, Italy.

Russell, E, Yarker, J, Memon, A and Lloyd-Houdley, A (2019) Improving young people’s health literacy with an NHS app: a qualitative evaluation. In: EAWOP 2019: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Turin, Italy, 29 May – 1 June 2019.

Yarker, J, Russell, E, Memon, A and Lloyd-Houdley, A (2019) An independent psychological evaluation of an NHS app designed to improve young people’s health literacy. In: EAWOP: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 May – 1 June 2019, Turin, Italy.

Grant, C, Clarke, C and Russell, E (2019) A study into the knowledge, skills, abilities and behaviours needed in an ‘always on’ workplace. In: EAWOP 2019: 19th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 May – 1 June 2019, Turin, Italy.

D'Mello, Deepali and Russell, Emma (2019) Be challenged, be engaged: how work demands increase your engagement. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference 2019: Thriving at Work, 9-11 January 2019, Chester, U.K.

Russell, Emma (2019) Fleeting feelings, stable moods: why dynamic measures matter in understanding how affective well-being affects our work. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual C, 09 -11 January 2019, Chester, U.K.

Kitson, E, Woods, S A and Russell, E (2019) Using experiential sampling to capture the underlying relationships between stress, personality and safety behaviours. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference 2019, 9-11 January 2019, Chester, U.K.

Grant, Christine, Russell, Emma and Charalampous, Maria (2018) The development of an e-competency framework to support agile working. In: EAOHP 2018: The 13th European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference, 5-7 September 2018, Lisbon, Portugal.

Russell, Emma (2018) Evidence-based recommendations for dealing with work email. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference 2018, 10-12 January 2018, Stratford-upon-Avon, U.K..

Price, A and Russell, E (2018) Introducing an app and training to improve your daily well-being. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference 2018, 10-12 January 2018, Stratford-upon-Avon, U.K..

Russell, E, Yarker, J, Waugh, L, Fullman, M and Memon, A (2017) A competency-based mixed-methods approach to evaluating a leadership development intervention in the NHS. In: 18th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP): Enabling Change through Work and Organizational Psychology, 17-20 May 2017, Dublin.

Abrams, R and Russell, E (2017) Making sense of multiple rejections after face-to-face interviews: the significance of feedback on applicant identities. In: EAWOP 2017: 18th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress: Enabling Change through Work and Organizational Psychology, 17-20 May 2017, Dublin, Ireland.

Yarker, J and Russell, E (2017) The role of ‘purpose’ in top leadership: building an evidence-based model. In: EAWOP 2017: 18th European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Congress: Enabling Change through Work and Organizational Psychology, 17-20 May 2017, Dublin, Ireland.

Russell, Emma, Daniels, Kevin and Harris, Claire (2015) Measuring momentary affective well-being: does shortening a form and altering the rubric change the underlying factor structures of affect? In: 17th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP): Respectful and effective leadership - managing people and organizations in turbulent times, May 20th-23rd, Oslo, Norway.

Russell, Emma and Price, Alison (2015) Successful strategies for managing email and smartphone addiction in the workplace. In: Health and Wellbeing at Work, 03-04 Mar 2015, Birmingham, U.K.

Russell, Emma (2014) Dealing with email at work: bad habits and strategies. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) Annual Conference 2014: Applying the Science of Psychology to Work, 8-10 Jan 2014, Brighton, U.K.

Thesis

Russell, Emma (2006) Strategic activity and email interruptions: the relationship between wellbeing, multi-goal priorities and individual differences in dealing with email interruptions in goal-directed work. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Surrey.

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