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Kate Dupré

Associate Professor

Degrees:Ph.D. (Queen's)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 6026
Office:A515 Loeb

Research Interests

Dr. Kathryne Dupré is an associate professor in organizational psychology.  Dr. Dupré received her doctor of philosophy (PhD) in organizational behaviour from Queen’s University (Kingston, ON), her master of science (MSc) in industrial/organizational psychology from Saint Mary’s University (Halifax, NS), and her bachelor of arts with honours (BAH) in psychology from Queen’s University (Kingston, ON).  She teaches organizational psychology and occupational health psychology courses at graduate and undergraduate levels.

Dr. Dupré’s research focuses on healthy work, safety and well-being.  She is interested in the personal and familial experiences of workplace safety and injuries, how the work-life interface affects personal and organizational outcomes, leadership and well-being, workplace aggression and mistreatment, young employees, and the experience of bridge employment.  Across these areas of research, she aims to contribute to understanding employment such that health and well-being are promoted and enhanced.

Dr. Dupré’s research is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Sample List of Publications

Dupré, K.E., Dawe, K., & Barling, J. (2014). Harm to those who serve: Effects of direct and vicarious customer-initiated workplace aggression. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29, 2355-2377.

Power, N.G., Norman, M.E. & Dupré, K.E.  (2014). Rural youth and emotional geographies: How photovoice and words-alone methods tell different stories of place.  Journal of Youth Studies, 17, 1114-1129.

Walsh, M., Dupré, K.E. & Arnold, K.A. (2014). Processes through which transformational leaders affect employee psychological health. German Journal of Research in Human Resource Management, 28, 162-172. (Special Issue: Health Promotion Through Leadership)

Byrne, A., Dionisi, A., Barling, J., Akers, A., Robertson, J., Lys, R., Wylie, J., & Dupré, K.E. (2014). The depleted leader: The influence of leaders’ diminished psychological resources on leadership behaviors. Leadership Quarterly, 25, 344-357.

Byrne, A., Barling, J., & Dupré, K.E. (2014). Leader apologies and employee and leader well-being. Journal of Business Ethics, 121, 91-106.

Dionisi, A.M., Barling, J., & Dupré, K.E. (2012). Revisiting the comparative outcomes of workplace aggression and sexual harassment. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 17, 398-408.

Dupré, K.E., Barling, J., Turner, N., & Stride. C. (2010). Comparing perceived injustices from supervisors and romantic partners as predictors of aggression. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15, 359-370.

Barling, J., Dupré, K.E., & Kelloway, E.K. (2009). Predicting workplace aggression and violence. Annual Review of Psychology, 60, 671-692.

Kelloway, E.K., Francis, L., Catano, V., & Dupré, K.E. (2008). Third party support for strike action. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 806-817.

Dupré, K.E. & Day, A. (2007). The effects of supportive management and job quality on the turnover intentions and health of military personnel. Human Resource Management, 46, 185-201.

Hershcovis, S.M., Turner, N., Barling, J., Arnold, K.A., Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., LeBlanc, M.M., & Sivanathan, N.[1] (2007). Predicting workplace aggression: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 228-238.

Dupré, K.E. & Barling, J. (2006). Predicting and preventing supervisory workplace aggression. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 11, 13-26.

Dupré, K.E., Inness, M., Barling, J., Connelly, C., & Hoption, C. (2006). Workplace aggression in teenage part-time employees. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 987-997.

[1]  After first three authors, author order is alphabetical.