Jim Bright
Jim Bright
Professor of Career Education and Development, Australian Catholic University
Verified email at acu.edu.au - Homepage
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Stress: Myth, theory and research
F Jones, J Bright
Pearson Education, 2001
5442001
The chaos theory of careers: A user's guide
JEH Bright, RGL Pryor
The career development quarterly 53 (4), 291-305, 2005
2772005
The role of chance events in career decision making
JEH Bright, RGL Pryor, L Harpham
Journal of Vocational Behavior 66 (3), 561-576, 2005
2542005
The chaos theory of careers: A new perspective on working in the twenty-first century
R Pryor, J Bright
Taylor & Francis, 2011
244*2011
The role of social context and serendipitous events in career decision making
JEH Bright, RGL Pryor, S Wilkenfeld, J Earl
International journal for educational and vocational guidance 5 (1), 19-36, 2005
2192005
The chaos theory of careers
RGL Pryor, J Bright
Australian Journal of Career Development 12 (3), 12-20, 2003
1782003
Order and chaos: A twenty‐first century formulation of careers
RGL Pryor, JEH Bright
Australian Journal of Psychology 55 (2), 121-128, 2003
1322003
Resolving semantically induced tip-of-the-tongue states for proper nouns
T Brennen, T Baguley, J Bright, V Bruce
Memory & Cognition 18 (4), 339-347, 1990
1281990
Applying chaos theory to careers: Attraction and attractors
RGL Pryor, JEH Bright
Journal of Vocational Behavior 71 (3), 375-400, 2007
1252007
Helping people to sort it out: The role of social support in the job strain model
B Searle, JEH Bright, S Bochner
Work & Stress 15 (4), 328-346, 2001
1022001
Testing the 3-factor model of occupational stress: The impact of demands, control and social support on a mail sorting task
BJ Searle, JEH Bright, S Bochner
Work & Stress 13 (3), 268-279, 1999
931999
Chance events in career development: Influence, control and multiplicity
JEH Bright, RGL Pryor, EWM Chan, J Rijanto
Journal of Vocational Behavior 75 (1), 14-25, 2009
792009
The impact of competency statements on résumés for short‐listing decisions
JEH Bright, S Hutton
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 8 (2), 41-53, 2000
772000
Probabilities and possibilities: The strategic counseling implications of the chaos theory of careers
RGL Pryor, NE Amundson, JEH Bright
The Career Development Quarterly 56 (4), 309-318, 2008
722008
Finding order and direction from chaos: A comparison of chaos career counseling and trait matching counseling
H McKay, JEH Bright, RGL Pryor
Journal of Employment Counseling 42 (3), 98-112, 2005
712005
The relationship between career decision status and important work outcomes
JK Earl, JEH Bright
Journal of Vocational Behavior 71 (2), 233-246, 2007
692007
Bonuses, goals, and instrumentality effects.
RE Wood, PWB Atkins, JEH Bright
Journal of Applied Psychology 84 (5), 703, 1999
691999
The chaos theory of careers
JEH Bright, RGL Pryor
Journal of Employment Counseling 48 (4), 163-166, 2011
652011
The relationship between the structural mere exposure effect and the implicit learning process
BR Newell, JEH Bright
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 54 (4), 1087-1104, 2001
582001
Modelling occupational stress and health: the impact of the demand–control model on academic research and on workplace practice
F Jones, JEH Bright, B Searle, L Cooper
Stress medicine 14 (4), 231-236, 1998
571998
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