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Trépanier, S.-G. Vallerand, R. J., Ménard, J., & Peterson, C. (sous presse). Job resources and burnout: Motivation as a moderator. Stress and Health.
Austin, S., Fernet, C., Trépanier, S.-G., & Lavoie-Tremblay, M., (sous presse). Fatigue in newly registered nurses: Impact on work motivation, engagement, sickness absence, and turnover intention. Journal of Nursing Management.
Boudrias, V., Trépanier, S.-G., Foucreault, A., Peterson, C., & Fernet, C. (2020). Investigating the role of psychological need satisfaction as a moderator in the relationship between job demands and turnover intention among nurses. Employee Relations, 42(1), 213-231.
Trépanier, S.-G., Boudrias, V., & Peterson, C. (2019). Linking destructive forms of leadership to employee health. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 40(7), 803-814.
Fernet, C. Trépanier, S.-G., Demers, M., & Austin, S. (2017). Motivational pathways of occupational and organizational turnover intentions in newly registered nurses: A cross-sectional study on autonomous and controlled motivation, and forms and targets of commitment. Nursing Outlook, 65(4), 444-454.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2016). Longitudinal relationships between workplace bullying basic psychological needs, and employee functioning: A simultaneous investigation of psychological need satisfaction and frustration. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 25(5), 690-706.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., Austin, S., & Boudrias, V. (2016). Work environment antecedents of bullying: A review and integrative model applied to registered nurses. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 55, 85-97.
Fernet, C., Trépanier, S.-G., Austin, S., & Lévesque-Côté, J. (2016). Committed, inspiring, and healthy teachers: How do school environment and motivational factors facilitate optimal functioning at career start? Teaching and Teacher Education, 59, 481-491.
Thibault Landry, A., Kindlein, J., Trépanier, S.-G., Forest, J., Zigarmi, D., Houson, D., & Brodbeck, F. C. (2016). Why individuals want money is what matters: Using self-determination theory to explain the differential relationship between motives for making money and employee psychological health. Motivation and Emotion, 40, 226-242.
Ménard, J., Flaxman, P., Foucreault, A., Trépanier, S.-G., & Stevens, C. (2016). Daily fluctuations in office-based workers’ leisure activities and well-being. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 9(1), 47-61.
Trépanier, S.-G., Forest, J., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2015). On the psychological and motivational processes linking job characteristics to employee functioning: Insights from Self-Determination Theory. Work & Stress, 29(3), 286-305.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., Austin, S., & Ménard, J. (2015). A new look at the interplay between burnout and work engagement: An exploratory structural equation modeling (ESEM) approach. Burnout Research, 2(2-3), 51-59.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2015). A longitudinal investigation of workplace bullying, basic need satisfaction, and employee functioning. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 20(1), 105-116.
Fernet, C., Trépanier, S.-G., Austin, S., Forest, J., & Gagné, M. (2015). Transformational leadership and optimal functioning at work: On the mediating role of employees' perceived job characteristics and motivation. Work & Stress, 29(1), 11-31.
Coulombe, S., Radziszewski, S., Trépanier, S.-G., Provencher, H., Roberge, P., Hudon, C.,... Houle, J. (2015). Mental health self-management questionnaire: Development and psychometric properties. Journal of Affective Disorders, 1(181), 41-49.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., Austin, S., Forest, J., & Vallerand, R. J. (2014). Linking job demands and resources to burnout and work engagement: Does passion for work underlie these differential relationships? Motivation and Emotion, 38, 353-366.
Lavoie-Tremblay, M., Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Bonneville-Roussy, A. (2014). Testing and extending the triple match principle in the nursing profession: A generational perspective on job demands, job resources and strain at work. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70(2), 310-322.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2013). Workplace bullying and psychological health at work: The mediating role of satisfaction of needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness. Work & Stress, 27, 123-140.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2013). Workplace psychological harassment in Canadian nurses: A descriptive study. Journal of Health Psychology, 18(3), 383-396.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2013). The moderating role of autonomous motivation in the job demands-strain relationship: A two sample study. Motivation and Emotion, 37, 93-105.
Fernet, C., Austin, S., & Trépanier, S.-G., Dussault, M. (2013). How do job characteristics contribute to burnout? Exploring the distinct mediating roles of perceived autonomy, competence, and relatedness. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 22(2), 123-137.
Trépanier, S.-G., Fernet, C., & Austin, S. (2012). Social and motivational antecedents of perceptions of transformational leadership: A self-determination theory perspective. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 44(4), 272-277.
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