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Julie Fitness

Julie Fitness

I am a social psychologist with interests in emotion in close relationships and the workplace. My research has focused on people's experiences of, and beliefs about, emotions in romantic and family relationships; emotional intelligence; and the psychology of revenge and forgiveness in close relationships. I am also interested in power dynamics and the expression of emotions such as anger and contempt in the workplace.

Primary Interests:

  • Aggression, Conflict, Peace
  • Emotion, Mood, Affect
  • Interpersonal Processes
  • Organizational Behavior

Books:

Journal Articles:

  • Planalp, S., & Fitness, J. (1999). Thinking/feeling about social and personal relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 16(6), 731-750.
  • Lawson-Williams, H., & Fitness, J. (2000). Values, emotions, and organizational decision-making. International Journal of Psychology, 35(3-4), 94.
  • Case, T., Fitness, J., Cairns, D., & Stevenson, R. (2004). Coping with uncertainty: Superstitious strategies and secondary control. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34, 848-871.
  • Case, T., Roberts, R., & Fitness, J. (2001). The superstitious person: Personality, intelligence, and belief in the paranormal. Australian Journal of Psychology, S53, 111.
  • Fitness, J., & Case, T. (2001). Revenge and forgiveness in marriage. Australian Journal of Psychology, S53, 114.
  • Fitness, J. (2000). Anger in the workplace: An emotion script approach to anger episodes between workers and their superiors, co-workers, and subordinates. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 21, 147-162.

Other Publications:

Courses Taught:

Julie Fitness
Department of Psychology
Macquarie University
New South Wales 2109
Australia

  • Phone: (02) 9850-8015
  • Fax: (02) 9850-8062

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