Professor John Arnold: Publications
John is lead author for the first four editions of the successful textbook Work Psychology, now in its 5th edition. Since 1985 he has been Principal or Co-investigator on 19 externally funded research projects and has published 65 articles in refereed academic journals as well as a number of other articles and 80 refereed conference papers.
His publications are:
Arnold, J. (2011). 21st century career concepts: Magic, measurement, and career capital. The Psychologist, 24, 106-109.
Loan-Clarke, J., Arnold, J., Coombs, C. R., Hartley, R., and Bosley, S. (2010). Retention, turnover and return – A longitudinal study of Allied Health Professionals in Britain. Human Resource Management Journal. 20, 391-406.
Cheung, R., and Arnold, J. (2010). Antecedents of career exploration amongst Hong Kong Chinese university students: testing contextual and developmental variables. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 76, 25-36.
Coombs, C. R., Arnold, J., Loan-Clarke, J., Bosley, S., and Martin, C. (2010). Allied Health Professionals’ intention to work for the NHS: A study of stayers, leavers and returners. Health Services Management Research. 23, 47-53.
Bosley, S., Arnold, J., and Cohen, L. (2009). How other people shape our careers: a typology drawn from career narratives. Human Relations, 62, 1487-1520.
Khapova, S. N., Vinkenburg, C. J., and Arnold, J. (2009). Careers research in Europe: Identity and contribution. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 82, 709-719.
Loan-Clarke, J., Arnold, J. Coombs, C. R., Bosley, S. and Martin, C. (2009). Why do speech and language therapists stay in, leave and (sometimes) return to the National Health Service (NHS)? International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 44, 883-900.
Arnold, J., and Cohen, L. (2008). The psychology of careers in industrial-organizational settings: A critical but appreciative analysis. In Hodgkinson, G. P, and Ford, J. K. (Eds) International Review of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Vol. 23, Chichester: Wiley pp. 1-44.
Morrell, K., Loan-Clarke, J., Arnold, J, and Wilkinson, A.J. (2008). A refinement and test of the unfolding model of voluntary turnover in a sellers’ labour market. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 57, 128-150.
Clark, M., and Arnold, J. (2008). The nature, prevalence and correlates of generativity amongst men in middle career. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 73, 473-484.
Coombs, C.R, Arnold, J., Loan-Clarke, J., Wilkinson, A.J, Park, J., and Preston, D. (2007). Improving the recruitment and return of nurses and allied health professionals: A quantitative study. Health Services Management Research, 20, 22-36.
Bosley, S., Arnold, J., and Cohen, L. (2007). The anatomy of credibility: A conceptual framework of valued career helper attributes. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 70, 116-134.
Rothwell, A. T., and Arnold, J. (2007). Self-perceived employability: Development and validation of a scale. Personnel Review, 36, 23-41.
Morrell, K., and Arnold, J. (2007). Look after they leap: Illustrating the value of retrospective self-reports in turnover research. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 18, 1683-1699.
Arnold, J., Loan-Clarke, J., Coombs, C.R, Wilkinson, A.J, Park, J., and Preston, D. (2006). How well can the theory of planned behavior account for occupational intentions? Journal of Vocational Behavior, 69, 374-390.
Cohen, L., Wilkinson, A.J., Arnold, J., and Finn, R. (2005). “Remember I’m the bloody architect!”. Architects, organizations, and discourses of profession. Work, Employment and Society, 19, 775-796.
Rothwell, A. T., and Arnold, J. (2005). How HR professionals rate continuing professional development. Human Resource Management Journal 15 (3) 18-32.
Shah, S., Travers, C., and Arnold, J. (2004). Disabled and successful: Education in the life stories of disabled high achievers. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 4, 122-132.
El-Sawad, A., Arnold, J., and Cohen, L. (2004). ‘Doublethink’: The prevalence and function of contradiction in accounts of organisational life. Human Relations, 57, 1179-1203.
Shah, S., Arnold, J. and Travers, C. (2004). The impact of childhood on disabled professionals. Children and Society, 18, 194-206.
Arnold, J. (2004). The congruence problem in John Holland’s theory of vocational decisions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 77, 95-113.
Park, J. R., Coombs, C. R., Wilkinson, A. J., Loan-Clarke J., Arnold, J, and Preston, D. (2003). The attractiveness of Physiotherapy in the NHS as a career choice: A qualitative study. Physiotherapy 89(10), 575-583.
Coombs, C.R, Park, J.R., Loan-Clarke, J., Arnold, J., Preston, D., and Wilkinson, A.J. (2003). Perceptions of Radiography and the NHS: A qualitative study. Radiography 9 (2), 109-122.
Arnold, J., Coombs, C.R., Wilkinson, A.J., Loan-Clarke, J., Preston, D., and Park, J. (2003). Corporate images of the United Kingdom National Health Service: Implications for the recruitment and retention of nursing and allied health profession staff. Corporate Reputation Review 6(3), 223-238.
Cohen, L., Finn, R., Wilkinson, A.J., and Arnold, J. (2003). Professional work and management. International Studies of Management and Organization 32(2), 3-24.
Arnold, J., Schalk, R., Bosley, S., and Van Overbeek, S. (2002). Graduates’ experiences of work in small organizations in the UK and the Netherlands: Better than expected. International Small Business Journal, 20, 477-497.
Arnold, J. (2002). Tensions between assessment, grading and development in development centres: A case study. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 13, 975-991.
Mackenzie Davey, K., and Arnold, J. (2000). A multi-method study of accounts of personal change by graduates starting work: Self ratings, categories, and women’s discourses, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 73, 461-486.
Arnold, J., and Reicherts, M. (2000). The transition into work - An editorial commentary. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 59, 221-226.