Professor David Morrison

Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Innovation

About me

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation), Murdoch University, Perth Western Australia.

I am an Organisational Psychologist by training having graduated in this area from the Universities of Sheffield (Masters) and Wales (PhD) in the UK. My PhD is in Human Factors in Engineering Design and I have worked in the broad area of technology, decision making and stress in both laboratory and industrial settings. I have been fortunate to collaborate with colleagues from a wide range of disciplines from Engineers, Economists and Epidemiologists, to Psychiatrists and Clinical Psychologists.  My publication outputs cover diverse fields from ergonomics, industrial process control to economics and safety science to human resource management, clinical psychology and fundamental psychological research.

Before taking on senior University roles I was a  chief investigator on a range of Australian Research Council research grants (Linkage and Discovery) and have received funding from CRCs, research development corporations(e.g., MLA) as well as directly from government agencies (e.g., DSTO, FESA) and industry (e.g., Chevron).  My career research income as a consequence has come close to $10m. 

Prior to appointment at Murdoch University I was a Winthrop Professor at the University of Western Australia and Head of School of Psychology in the Faculty of Life and Physical Sciences.  I was honoured to be the first organisational psychologist  and was the longest serving Head for 50 years.  

Other academic appointments (in reverse chronology) have been held in Schools of Psychology at the University of Queensland, Murdoch University and the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

I am a registered Psychologist with Organisational Psychology as an endorsed specialty, Chartered Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute, member of the Academy of Management (US) and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

In the past four years I have variously held the role of Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research & Development and now Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation. The Innovation part of this portfolio was added to reflect a more outward facing role aimed at building industry and international collaborations..  I sit on the steering committee of the Australia Africa Universities Network (AAUN) and am Vice President of the Australia China Business Council (WA).  Board Memberships include: Pawsey Supercomputer Centre, National Centre for Excellence in Desalination and  the WA Animal Resources Authority.

Research areas

David began his career in human factors and engineering design concerned with how humans solve complex problems and make decisions in ever more complex industrial systems and how personnel may be selected and trained for work in “high-tech” environments. David has published extensively in this area making contributions to mainstream human factors journals such as International Journal of Man-Machine Systems, Behaviour and Information Technology, IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics, International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing and the Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing.

In more recent times David has become interested in issues relating to management and the effects of work design on work performance and employee well-being making contributions to the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Work and Stress, Safety Science, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. Other research interests have focused on executive training, safety training and psychological profiling and job success.  Recent publications in this area have been in the International Journal of Selection and Assessment and the Journal of Research in Personality.  David’s most recent research endeavours are with the Bushfire CRC and he was the Program Lead of the Decision Making Under Stress node of the CRC research program. David has extensive experience in field research using contemporary statistical modeling techniques to delineate and quantify causal relations in multivariate environments.

David has been on the editorial board of the International Journal of Cognitive Ergonomics and the International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and was for eight years Associate Editor of the top UK Journal for Organizational Psychology (Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology).

David has been a chief investigator on a range of Australian Research Council research grants (Linkage and Discovery) and has received significant funding from CRCs, research development corporations as well as directly from government agencies (e.g., DSTO, FESA) and industry (e.g., Chevron).  His career research income is in excess of $10m.

Current projects

2011
What about me? Factors affecting individual adaptive coping capacity across different population groups. (National Climate Change Adoption Research Facility (NCCARF) $500k).

Kerrie Unsworth, UWA Business Stephan Lewandowsky, UWA Psychology David Morrison, UWA Psychology Carmen Lawrence, UWA Psychology Sally Russell, Griffith U. Business Kelly Fielding, UQ Inst. Social Science Research Chris Clegg, U. Leeds Business.

This project evolved from seed funding (~$20k) from the World Universities Network; A consortium of leading Universities from 4 continents.

Little research has examined how people adapt to climate change information and initiatives and most of the existing research is relatively narrow.

By creating a consortium of multidisciplinary scholars we will: 1) examine how other values, intentions, beliefs and goals affect adaptive coping goals and behaviours; 2) examine the full spectrum of adaptive and maladaptive coping behaviours; 3) examine how we can improve adaptive coping through a) social norms, b) priming, and c) emotional stress management; and 4) examine how these factors operate in different, vulnerable population groups.

The Social Impact of the Perth Hills Fires 2011 (Bushfire CRC $125k, Morrison).

In February 2011 Perth Hills suffered two large bushfires. This project investigates the behaviour and motives of residents caught in the fires. The methodology involves interviewing 400 residents and surveying 1000+ inhabitants of three diverse communities.

2010
Human Behaviour under Stress (Bushfire Collaborative Research Centre (CRC), $2,064,000; 2010 – 2013).

In 2010 I was notified that I was to be funded to develop a node of the Bushfire CRC in which I am the research leader.  Three projects are being pursued from July 2010.  Four postdoctoral fellows and six PhD scholarships have been allocated to the projects.  CRCs are funded by the Australian Government through a competitive bidding process.  The projects I proposed are as follows:

  1. Managing the threat through the modification of thought (with Colin MacLeod)
  2. Community level influence on individual behaviours with respect to bushfire readiness and decision making in the face of immediate threat. (With Carmen Lawrence)
  3. Information processing under stress:  Community reactions (with Timothy Skinner).
2009
Improving knowledge transfer from training providers to organisations (ARC Linkage, $232,421, Cordery, Soo, Morrison & Kiffen-Peterson: 2010-2013).

 

Awards and grants

2010
  • Cognitive workload (DSTO, $60,000, Morrison)
2009
  • Improving knowledge transfer from training providers to organisations (ARC Linkage, $232,421, Cordery, Soo, Morrison & Kiffen-Peterson: 2010-2013).
  • Provision of Submarine Cognitive Work Analysis for Maritime Operations Division (MOD) in accordance with the Contract Conditions and Statement of Work. (Defense Science Technology Organisation)  $30480)
 2007
  • Predictive Validation of the HEXACO-PI among Firefghters (Fire and Emergency Services $33,000) (Project extension)
  • Provision of Submarine Cognitive Work Analysis for Maritime Operations Division (MOD) in accordance with the Contract Conditions and Statement of Work. (Defense Science Technology Organisation)  $18480)
  • The role of human factors and organizational attributes in early life equipment failures. ($167000).  (Chevron, through the WAERA program with M Hodkiewicz & J Cordery).
2006
  • The bushfire arsonist: A character examination.  Fire and Emergency Service Australia (WA) ($55,000.)
  • Predictive Validation of the HEXACO-PI among Firefighters (Fire and Emergency Services $33,000) (Project extension)
2005
  • The assessment and selection of CEOs in the West Australian Public Service.  Public Sector Standards Commission WA  ($53,000).
2004
  • Factors affecting the fight or flight decision in the face of encroaching bushfires, (CRC Bushfires, $75,000). (2004-2007)
  • Top Down Functional Analysis and Skills Mapping for Submarine Operations in the RAN (Defense Science and Technology Organisation ($90,000) (2004-2007)
  • Integrity, Leadership and Behaviour in Organisations (With John Cordery; ARC/FESA Linkage, $370,000) (2004-2007)
2003
  • A sociotechnical analysis of the RAN Submarine Platform (DSTO/RAN $30,000)
  • Predictive Validation of the HEXACO-PI among Firefghters (Fire and Emergency Services $96,000)
2002
  • A Concurrent Validation Study of The HEXACO-PI among Firefighters (FESA $43,000)
  • The Department of Justice as an employer of choice (with Paul Flatau) (Dept of Justice WA$70,000)
  • Predicting costs and duration of workers’ compensation claims Funded by Workers’ Compensation Commission Research Grant  (with Paul Flatau, Work Cover WA, $18,000,)
2001
  • A Hazard Analysis of Workers Compensation Claims (With Dr G Wood and Paul Flatua of Murdoch Univeristy) Funded by Workers’ Compensation Commission Research Grant ($30,000).
2000
  • Centre for Research in Work and Organisations (with Prof. J. Cordery) ($343,000). Funded by the University initiative Fund)
1999
  • Auditory-spatial short-term memory (With Dr. Murray Mayberry & Professor Dylan Jones). (Supplementary ARC IREX$30,000)
  • Auditory-spatial short-term memory (With Dr. Murray Mayberry & Professor Dylan Jones). ($150,000) (1999-2001). ARC Discovery
1998
  • An investigation of contextual factors influencing the effectiveness of self-managing work teams. (With Prof. J. Cordery ARC Linkage, 1998-2001)). ($180,000).
1997
  • An investigation of contextual factors influencing the effectiveness of self-managing work teams, ARC SPIRT, Funds Approved: $173,000.00. (With Prof John Cordery).
  • An investigation of contextual factors influencing the effectiveness of self-managing work teams, Funds Approved: $87,648.00: (With Prof John Cordery)
  • Evaluation of the impact of competency-based training on business performance, Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program, Funds Approved: $19,295.00 (With Prof John Cordery)
  • Implementation and Evaluation of an Integrated Team-Based Work Design in a Greenfield Site: RPDA.107, Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program, Funds Approved: $220,582.00 (With Prof John Cordery).
1996
  • Individual differences in the development and utilisation of implicit and explicit skills for the diagnosis of faults in complex industrial systems. $120,000. ARC Discovery Grant (with Dan Milech)
  • Management Practices and Return to Work (With G. Wood, Murdoch University) Funded by Workers’ Compensation Commission Research Grant ($155,000)
  • Changes in monetary payment and return to work behaviour: The effect of the 1993 changes in Workers Compensation Legislation Funded by Workers’ Compensation Commission Research Grant  ($65,000) (With G. Wood and P. Flatau, Murdoch University).
  • An industry survey of work organisation, management practice and company performance, Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program, Funds Approved: $150,464.00. RFCD: (With Prof John Cordery)
1995
  • An assessment of motion acceptance criteria for human occupancy in the design of flexible structures. (Funded by the Australian Research Council) With Dr. C. Letchford, Civil Engineering, University of Queensland,  $90,000).
  • The relationship between psychosocial factors, crashes and infringement notices in young drivers. (With A/Prof. Konrad Jamrozik (UWA) and Dr. Mark Stevenson (Curtin University) (1996-1999, Healthways, $197,000)
  • The inter-disciplinary complex cognitive processes laboratory. University of Western Australia. University Initiatives Fund (with J. Cordery, J. Dunn, B. Goertzel, J. Hallmayer, M. Kalish, K. Kirsner, C. Lees, M. Martin-Iverson, M. Maybery, P. Michie, D. Morrison, R. Owens, N. Spadaccini, & R. Thomas)  ($225,000)
  • An Investigation and identification of optimally productive arrangements of jobs and equipment/process technologies in the Australian Meat processing Industry Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program (With John Cordery UWA)  ($365,000)
  • “Work redesign at metro meat international works, Katanning, Western Australia”, Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program, Funds Approved: $131,662.00.: (With Prof John Cordery)
  • “Work redesign within a medium-sized beef processing plant – E.G. Green & Sons, Harvey, Western Australia”, Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program, Funds Approved: $92,101.00. (With Prof John Cordery)
  • “Self-directed teams and mechanically assisted boning technology at South Burnett Meatworks, Murgon, Queensland”, Meat & Livestock Australia Research Program, Funds Approved: $245,791.00. RFCD: (With John Cordery)
1994
  • Individual Differences in the development of a complex cognitive skill ($17,858). Small ARC Grant
  • Early Identification Models of Injury Duration and Evaluation of Rehabilitation Intervention (With Gavin Wood from Murdoch University) ($165,000)
  • An Assessment of Motion Acceptance Criteria for Human Occupancy in the Design of Flexible Structures. In conjunction with Dr. Chris Letchford from Civil Engineering at the University of Queensland, ARC Small Grant ($18,000).
 1993
  • The Design and Implementation of Intelligent User Interface Systems: The Role of Mental Models in C3I (Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence).  ($750,000). Kim Kirsner, Geoff Roy and Dan Milech made the original application. However, on the resignation of Geoff Roy and Dan Milech.
1992
  • The direct and indirect costs of workers compensation. With Gavin Wood (Economics, Murdoch University) $35,000 Funded by Workers’ Compensation Commission Research Grant.
1991
  • The effects of psychological arousal on complex skill. $8000 (Murdoch University)
1990
  • The effects of job design on mental and physical well-being in prison officers. ($37,000). Criminology Research Council
1989
  • Human Factors in Submarine Environments.  With K. Kirsner, J. Dunn, and C. Macleod DSTO Contract $150,000
1988
  • The effects of changes to shift rostering systems on the workers of a Power Generation Plant in Western Australia” State Energy Commission Contract $20,000.
  • Performance appraisal in the West Australian Police Force. WA Police Force Contract $80,000.
1986
  • Fault Diagnosis Behaviour in Complex Systems. Murdoch University Research Grant ($7,000)
1985
  • Aspects of human factors in speech technology. Murdoch University Research Grant $9,500

Events and speaking engagements

2011
  • Dunlop. P., & Morrison D.L. If at first you don’t succeed…: Does Persistence Pay Off for Aspiring Fire Fighters? Australian Fire and Emergency Services Authority Council Conference, Sydney 2011.
  • Morrison, D.L., Skinner, T.C., Dunlop, P.D., MacLeod, C., Lawrence, C, Burning to Know: Community Awareness of Key Bush Fire Prevention and Management Information, Australian Fire and Emergency Services Authority Council Conference, Sydney 2011.
2010
  • Morrison, D.L. Decision making under stress (2010).  Kobe University International Exchange, Japan, November 2010
  • Lawrence, C., Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P.D., MacLeod, C., & Skinner, T.C. (2010). Distinguishing between Well-and Under-Prepared Communities. Presented at the Australasian Fire and Emergency Services / Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre Conference. (Darwin, Australia).
  • Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P.D., Lawrence, C., MacLeod, C., & Skinner, T.C. (2010). Making Decisions to Minimise Risk: A Multilevel Research Perspective. Presented at the Australasian Fire and Emergency Services / Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre Conference. (Darwin, Australia).
  • MacLeod, C., Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P.D., Lawrence, C., & Skinner, T.C. (2010). Preparedness for Bushfire Threat: The Role of Selective Information Processing. Presented at the Australasian Fire and Emergency Services / Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre Conference. (Darwin, Australia).
  • Skinner, T.C., Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P.D., Lawrence, C., & MacLeod, C., (2010). Distinguishing Effective from Ineffective Messages: Lessons from Health Psychology. Presented at the Australasian Fire and Emergency Services / Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre Conference. (Darwin, Australia).
2009
  • Morrison D.L.  Multilevel approaches to stress management: trading off certainty and impact. International Exchange 2008 Kobe University Press. (Key Note)
  • Morrison, D.L. (2009) Workplace Safety Performance: The problem with facet aggregation and the implied mediational role of cognitive failure.  International Exchange 2008 Kobe University Press.
  • Morrison D.L. Working with organisations. Invited address Institute of Work Psychology Conference Sheffield.  June 28th – June 30th Sheffield University.
  • Issues in job design theory testing and development. Institute of Work Psychology Conference Sheffield.  June 28th – June 30th Sheffield University.
2005
  • Roberts M., Morrison D.L., and Payne R.L.  (2005), Workplace Safety Performance: The Implied Mediational Role of Cognitive Failure.  6th  Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference.  Gold Coast June 29- July 1.
  • Conversi, T., Cordery, J., and Morrison D.L., (2005),  The multiple facets of integrity in the workplace.  6th  Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference.  Gold Coast June 29- July 1.
2004
  • Cordery, J., Levine, M., Morrison, D., & Lowe, K.  (2004).  Integrity and Leadership in Organisations.  Paper presented at 17th Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Fremantle, December 2-5 2003.
  • Morrison, D.L., Payne, R.L., & Wall T.D., (2004). Gender and Demand-Control-Support Models of Occupational Stress.  Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society.  Sheraton Hotel October 1-4.
2003
  • Morrison, D.L., Chi, J., and Cordery J, (2003).,  Collective Efficacy and Team work.  5th  Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Melbourne.
2001
  • Hanssen, K, Schmitt, M., and Morrison D.L., (2001),  Organizational factors in adverse medical events.  4th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Sydney.
1998
  • With John Cordery and Antonia Girardi. Skill utilisation: its measurement and role in job design theory. International Work Psychology Conference, July 1-3, 1998), Institute of Work Psychology University of Sheffield
  • With John Cordery and Antonia Girardi. How work design influences psychological well being: A Longitudinal study supporting the mediating role of skill utilisation. International Work Psychology Conference, July 1-3, 1998), Institute of Work Psychology University of Sheffield
1997
  • With John Cordery, Antonia Girardi and Renu Burr. The relationship between job demands and control: The effects of organisational setting. Second Australian Industrial/Organisational Psychology Conference. Melbourne June 29-30.
  • With G. Wood. Facilitating Return to Work: A research program. National Safety Conference. Perth May 11-13.
  • With J. Cordery and D. Upton. The impact of supervisor behaviour on skill utilization: The mediating role of organizational climate. Presented at The 1996 Society of Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, April 11-13. St. Louis USA.
  • Burr, R., Cordery, J., Gunson, C., Morrison, D., Sutherland, M., Self-Managing Work Groups: their role in meat processing. Paper presented at Meat Industry Impro/Expo Conference. Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast.
  • Gunson, C., Burr, R., Morrison, D., Cordery, J., & Michael Sutherland, Redesigning boning room arrangements. Paper presented at Meat Industry Impro/Expo Conference. Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast.
1996
  • With J. Cordery and P. Sevastos. Sex related differences in organisational commitment: The influence of occupational level and social support. Presented at The 1996 Society of Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference, April 25-28. San Diego, USA.
  • With G. Wood. An evaluation of rehabilitation programs: A financial appraisal. First Australian Occupational Health and Safety Conference, (Work Safe Australia and The Australian Psychological Society). Sydney, February 27-28.
1995
  • With R. Clements. The Transference of Stress between Married Couples: The effects of partner absence. Presented at American Psychological Association/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. September 14-16, Washington.
  • With Cordery, J., and Girardi T. Design Opportunities for Skill Utilisation and Job Related Affective Well-Being. In augural Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference. Australian Psychological Society. July 14-16
1993
  • Managing Complexity: Display design in Process Control. Presented at The Fifth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, (HCI International ’93), Orlando, Florida, August 8-13,1993.
  • Psychology and Technology. Presented at the Department of Psychology Annual Conference, University of Western Australia, Science Function Centre, West Perth, June 25th.
  • The effects of job design on physical and mental well being among Australian prison officers: a longitudinal study. Presented at The Australian Social Psychology Conference: Newcastle, New South Wales, April 14-17, 1993.
 1992
  • The moderating influence of negative affect and job characteristics on strain outcomes: evidence from two surveys of prison officers. To be presented at a Joint APA/NIOSH conference on Job Design and Occupational Stress, 19-22 November, 1992, Washington DC., USA.
  • With G. Wood. The determinants of the duration of workers compensation claims. Presented at the 21st Conference of Economists. Melbourne University, 8-10 July, 1992.
 1991
  • With K. Kirsner, J. Dunn and C. Macleod. Stress and Performance: The role of cognitive resources. Presented at The Commonwealth Defence Science Organisation Conference. Aukland New Zealand.
1990
  • Invited Speaker.  The Promises and Problems of Performance Appraisal.  Presented at Award Restructuring and Job Evaluation. A conference organised by the Public Sector Research Unit on behalf of Civil Service Association of Australia.
1988
  • Some Limiting Factors in Fault Diagnosis Performance.  Paper presented at the Fifth European Conference on Cognitive Psychology, University of Cambridge, England, U.K.
  • With P. Shannon.  Who goes to Grow?  Presented at The Australian College of Psychiatrists Conference, Melbourne.
1986
  • Human Factors in Hazardous Industries.  Paper given in a series of talks on Software Psychology, Occupational Board of the Australian Psychological Society, Perth, Western Australia.
1985
  • Cognitive Styles and Fault Diagnosis Performance.  Presented at the 1st Joint Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Psychological Societies, Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • The Effect of Cognitive Style and Training on Fault Diagnosis.  Paper presented at the Occupational Division of the B.P.S. Annual Conference held at the University of Sheffield.  Abstracted in The Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, Vol. 38, Feb. 1985.
1984
  • Individual Differences in Fault Diagnosis Behaviour.  Paper presented at the Occupational Psychology Annual Conference, University of York.  Abstracted in The Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, Vol. 37, Feb. 1984.
1983
  • Computer Aided Problem Solving:  Hierarchical Displays or Scrolling Windows?  Presented at the Annual Conference on Post-Graduate Psychology, The University of St. Andrews, April 6-8, 1983.
1982
  • How Young Children Judge Liquid Quantities:  a case of pseudo compensation.  Presented at the Welsh Branch of the B.P.S. Thirteenth Annual Student Conference.  Abstracted in the Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, Sept. 1982, Vol. 35.
  • Speech Interfacing of Computers:  an evaluation for text-editing.  Presented at the Annual Conference on Post-Graduate Psychology.  Abstracted in the Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, Sept. 1982, Vol. 35.
1980
  • Linguistic and Task Variables in the Assessment of Cognitive Development.  Presented at B.P.S. Developmental Conference.  Abstracted in the Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, May 1980, Vol. 33.

Doctoral and masters supervisions

David is currently supervising or co-supervising six PhD students in the following areas:

  1. The detection of faking in selection processes
  2. The measurement of psychological capital and its impact on resilience in the workplace
  3. The role of out of work activities in recovery from work
  4. A situational judgment test for safety
  5. The assessment of bushfire preparation and its precursors
  6. Person and community fit and its role on proactive behaviours

Publications

Under Review

  1. Morrison, D.L., Payne, R.L., & Wall T.D., Gender and Demand-Control-Support Models of Occupational Stress.  Work and Stress (Revise and resubmit).

Refereed Papers, Book Chapters, and Edited Special Issues 

  1. McNeill, I.M, Dunlop, P.D., Skinner, T.C., & Morrison, D.L.,  Value, expectancy, and  intended fire response: A Value and Expectancy Based Approach to Understanding Residents’ Intended Response to a Wildfire Threat. International Journal of Wildfire Threat. In press
  2. McNeill, I.M., Dunlop, P.D., Skinner T.C., and  Morrison, D.L., (2016) Predicting Risk-Mitigating Behaviors From Indecisiveness and Trait Anxiety: Two Cognitive Pathways to Task Avoidance .  Journal of Personality 84, 1,,  36-45
  3. McNeill, I.M., Dunlop, P.D., Skinner T.C., and  Morrison, D.L., (2015), Predicting delay in residents’ decisions on defending v. evacuating through antecedents of decision avoidance. International Journal of Wildland Fire 24(2) 153-161
  4. Dunlop, P.D., McNeill, I.M., Boylan, J.L., Morrison, D.L., and Skinner T.C., (2014), Preparing…for what? Developing multi-dimensional measures of community wildfire preparedness for researchers, practitioners and households. International Journal of Wildfire, 23, 887-896
  5. McNeill, I. M., Dunlop, P. D., Heath, J. B., Skinner, T. C. and Morrison, D. L. (2013), Expecting the Unexpected: Predicting Physiological and Psychological Wildfire Preparedness from Perceived Risk, Responsibility, and Obstacles. Risk Analysis, 33: 1829–1843. doi:10.1111/risa.12037.
  6. Skinner TC, Blick J, Coffin J, Dudgeon P, Forrest S, Morrison D. (2013), Comparative validation of self-report measures of negative attitudes towards Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders. Rural and Remote Health 13: 1959. (Online) 2013. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders
  7. Shirangi A, Fritschi L, Holman C., Morrison D. L. (2013) Mental Health in Female Veterinarians: effects of Working Hours and Having Children. Australian Veterinary Journal.  91, 123-130.
  8. Parkes, K., Hodkiewicz, M. and Morrison, D. (2012), The role of organizational factors in achieving reliability in the design and manufacture of subsea equipment. Hum. Factors Man., 22:487–505. doi:10.1002/hfm.20290
  9. Dunlop, P., Morrison, D.L., Koenig., J., & Silcox, R.J., (2012) Comparing the Eysenck and HEXACO Models of Personality in the Prediction of Adult Delinquency.  European Journal of Personality. 26, 194-202.
  10. Dunlop, P., Telford, A & Morrison, D.L. (2012) Not too little, but not too much: The perceived Desirability of Responses to Personality Items. Journal of Research on Personality. 46, 8-18.
  11. Dunlop, P. Morrison, D.L & Cordery, J.L., (2011) Investigating Retesting Effects in a Personnel Selection Context. International Journal of Selection and Assessment 19, 217-221.
  12. Dunlop, P, Morrison, D.L., & Cordery J.L. (2011) Investigating Aptitude Test Score Changes from Repeat Administration in a Selection Context. International Journal of Selection and Assessment.  19, 217-221.
  13. 10.  Parkes, K, Morrison D.L., & Hodkiewicz M., (In press) The role of organizational factors in achieving reliability in the design and manufacture of subsea equipment.  Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing.
  14. 11.  English B, & Morrison, D.L, (2010) Moderator effects of organizational tenure on the relationship between organizational climate and affective commitmentJournal of Management Development. 29, 4, 210-220.
  15. Cordery, J., Morrison, D.L., Wall T.D, Wright, B.M., (2010) Production uncertainty as a moderator of the effectiveness of self-managing team interventions: a field study. Journal of Organisational Behaviour. 31, 240-258.
  16. Fritschi, L., Morrison D.L. (2009), Stress in Australian Veterinarians.  Australian Veterinary Journal. 87, 76-81.
  17. Lee, K. Ashton, M, Morrison, D.L., Cordery, J.C., and Patrick Dunlop (2008), Examination of the HEXACO Personality Inventory in an Applicant Sample and in Observer Reports.  Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 81,147-167.
  18. Page A.C., Hooke G.R., Morrison D.L., (2007) Psychometric Properties of the Depression, Anxiety, Stress Scales (DASS) in Depressed Clinical Samples. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 46, 283-297.
  19. Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P & Cordery, J.L., (2007). Retest effects in personality assessment in a selection context.  7th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. Adelaide, 28 June- July 1, Vol, 7 pp 316-321.
  20. Whaley, C., Morrison, D.L., Payne, R.L., Fritschi, L., & Wall, T.D. (2005) Chronicity in Occupational Settings and the Accuracy of the General Health Questionnaire. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 10, 31-319.
  21. Morrison, D.L., Cordery, J.L., and Giradi, A., (2005). The role of skill utilisation as a mediator of job characteristics: Evidence from three longitudinal studies. European Journal of Work and Organisational Psychology, 14, 59-79.
  22. Morrison, D.L., and Payne, R.L., and Wall T.D., (2003) Is job a viable unit of analysis? A Multi-Level Analysis of the Demand-Control and the Demand-Control-Support Models of Stress in the Workplace. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 8, 3, 209-220. .
  23. Morrison, D.L., and Payne R.L., (2003), Multilevel approaches to stress management. Australian Psychologist. 38, 128-137.
  24. Payne, R.L., and Morrison, D.L. (2002), The Differential Effects of Negative Affectivity on Measures of Well-being versus Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment. Anxiety Stress and Coping. 15, 231-244.
  25. Clegg, C.W., Wall, T.D., Pepper, K., Stride, C., Woods, D., Morrison, D., Cordery, J., Couchman, P., Badham, R., Kuenzler, C., Grote, G.Ide, W., Takahashi, M., and Kogi, K, (2002). An international survey of the use and effectiveness of modern manufacturing practices. Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing, 2, 171-191.
  26. Morrison, D.L. and Payne, R.L, (2001) A test of the demands, supports constraints framework in predicting psychological distress among Australian Public Sector Employees.  Work and Stress, 15, 314-327.
  27. Stevenson M, Palamara, P., Morrison D.L., and Ryan, G.A., (2001), Behavioural Factors as Predictors of Motor Vehicle Crashes in Young Drivers. Journal of Crash Prevention and Injury Control, 2, 247-254.
  28. Wood, G., Morrison, D.L., and Ying F., (1999), The effect of medical practitioner proactivity on workers’ compensation claims duration and costs. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety.
  29. Payne R.L. and Morrison, D.L., (1999), The importance of knowing the affective meaning of job demands. Work and Stress, 13, 280-288.
  30. Morrison, D.L., and Huitson, M, (1999), Training mental skill: The challenge of technology. In M. Griffin and J. Langan-Fox (Eds.), Human Performance and the Workplace. Melbourne: Australian Psychological Society (Imprint Books).
  31. Morrison, D.L., Upton, D.M., and Cordery J., (1999) The role of supervisor behaviour in facilitating opportunities for skill development and utilisation. International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, 9, 1-17.
  32. Denoon, R.O., Letchford, C.W., Kwok, K.C.S., and Morrison D.L., (1999), Field Measurements of human reaction to wind-induced building motion. Larsen, LaRose, ande Livesy (eds). Wind engineering into the 21st Century. 637-644. Balkema: Rotterdam.
  33. Klobas, J.E., and Morrison D.L., (1999), A planned behaviour in context model of networked information resource use. In Bullinger H, and Ziegler, J. (eds.). Human Computer interaction: Communication, cooperation and application design, 823-838. LEA: New Jersey.
  34. 31.  Morrison, D.L., Lee, P. (1998), Multiple processing in process control. In K. Kirsner, M. Mayberry, C. Speelman and A. O’Brien al., Implicit processes in psychological science: Theory and Practice. Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
  35. 32.  Denoon, R., Letchford, C.W., Kwok, K., and Morrison D.L., (1998), Wind induced motion of two air traffic control towers and motion perception of other occupants. Australasian Structural Engineering Conference, Auckland 29 September to 2 October 1998 Published by: Structural Engineering Society of New Zealand, 1998. ISBN 0-473-05481-7.
  36. Morrison, D.L., Lewis, G., and LeMap A., (1997), Predictors of Fault Finding Skill. Australian Psychologist, 3, 146-152.
  37. Morrison, D.L, and Clements, R., (1997), The effect of one partner’s job characteristics on the other partner’s distress: A serendipitous, but naturalistic, experiment. Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, 70, 307-324.
  38. Wood, G.A., and Morrison, D.L., (1997), An evaluation of rehabilitation programs: A financial appraisal, Safety Science, 25, 247-260.
  39. Morrison, D.L., and LeMap, A., (1996), Individual differences in fault-finding skill can reliably predicted after all. In S.A. Robertson (Ed.) Contemporary Ergonomics. London: Taylor and Francis, 234-239.
  40. Morrison, D.L., Upton, D., and Cordery, J., (1996), Trust and skill utilisation as mediators of job characteristics: A three year case study. In R. Koubek, and W. Karwowski, (Eds.) Manufacturing Agility and Hybrid Automation. Santa Monica, IEA Press. Pg 170-176.
  41. Morrison, D.L. and Savery, L. (1996) Organisational Commitment and Job Satisfaction among Blue-Collar Shop-Floor workers.  International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, 6, 263-279.
  42. Morrison, D.L., Wood, G.A., and Macdonald, S., (1995), Factors influencing mode of workers compensation claims settlement. International Journal of Rehabilitation, 18, 1-18.
  43. 40.  Wood, G.A., Morrison, D.L., Macdonald, S., (1995), Rehabilitation programs and return to work outcomes. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 11, 125-137.
  44. Wood, G.A., and Morrison, D.L., (1995) Return to work outcomes: A reply to Fish and Hocking. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 11, (4), 342-343.
  45. Wood, G.A., Morrison, D.L., Harrison, J., and MacDonald, S., (1995), The determination of common law awards to injured workers. The Australian Economic Review, 4, 59-70.
  46. Morrison, D.L. and Upton, D.M. (1994) Troubleshooting in Advanced Manufacturing Environments. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 41, 69-83.
  47. Wood, G.A., Morrison, D.L., and MacDonald, S., (1993), Factors influencing the cost of workers’ compensation claims: The effects of settlement method, injury characteristics and demographics. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 3, 201-211.
  48. Morrison, D.L., Wood, G.A., MacDonald, S., and Munrowd, D., (1993) An empirical study of the duration and cost of workers compensation claims in WA. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 9(2), 117-130.
  49. Morrison, D.L., (1993), Organisational Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. In Morrison, D.L., (1993), (Ed.) Organisational Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. Special Edition of International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, 3, 111-117.
  50. Lawton, G., Morrison, D.L., and Lee, P., (1993), Managing Complexity: Display design in process control. In M.J. Smith and G. Salvendy, Human Computer Interaction: Applications and Case Studies. North Holland: Elsevier.
  51. Morrison, D.L., Dunne, M., Fitzgerald, R. and Cloghan, D. (1992) Job Design and Levels of Physical and Mental Strain among Prison Officers. Work and Stress, 6, 13-32.
  52. Morrison, D.L., (1992), The applications of cognitive theory and science to HCI: a psychological perspective. In Morrison, D.L. (ed.), (1992), The application of Cognitive Theory and Science to Human Computer Interaction. Special Edition of International Journal of Human Computer Interaction (part 1), 4, 1-4.
  53. Morrison, D.L., (1992), Guest Editorial: Human Factors in Computer Integrated Manufacturing. In Morrison, D.L., (ed.), (1992), Human Factors in Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Special Edition of International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 5, 53-58.
  54. Morrison, D.L. (ed.), (1992), The application of Cognitive Theory and Science to Human Computer Interaction. Special Edition of International Journal of Human Computer Interaction (Part 2), 4.,1-104.
  55. Lawton, G., Lee, P., Morrison, D.L., and Olsson G., (1992), Design of Information Systems for User Decision Support. Chemical Engineering (Australia), 17,  8-13.
  56. Dunne, M. and Morrison, D.L. (1991), A Survey of Physical and Mental Well Being Among a Sample of Prison Officers in Australia.  Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 7(1), 49-58.
  57. Shannon, P. and Morrison, D.L. (1990) Who goes to GROW?  The Australia and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 24, 96-102.
  58. Hartley, L.R., Morrison, D.L. and Arnold, P. (1989) Performance Under Stress.  In A.M. Colley and J.R. Beech (eds.) The Performance and Acquisition of Cognitive Skills, 265-300.  John Wiley and Sons:  Chichester, U.K.
  59. Morrison, D.L. (1988) Predicting Diagnosis Performance with Measures of Cognitive Style. Current Psychology: Research and Reviews, 7(2), 136-156.
  60. Morrison, D.L. and Duncan, K.D. (1988) Strategies and Tactics in Fault Diagnosis.  Ergonomics, 31(5), 761-784.
  61. Morrison, D.L. and Duncan, K.D. (1988) The Effects of Hierarchical and Scrolling Displays, and Ability on Fault Diagnosis Performance.  Ergonomics, 31(6), 889-904.
  62. Morrison, D.L., Hartley, L.R. and Kemp, D. (eds.) (1986) Trends in the Ergonomics of Work.  Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society. Melbourne: Ergonomics Society of Australia and New Zealand.
  63. Morrison, D.L. (1985) The Effect of Cognitive Style and Training on Fault Diagnosis Performance.  Programmed Learning and Educational Technology, 22(2), 132-139.
  64. McShane, J. and Morrison, D.L. (1985) Are Young Children’s Judgements of Liquid Inequality Rule Guided or Stimulus Driven?  British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 3, 57-68.
  65. Morrison, D.L., Green, T.R.G., Shaw, A.C. and Payne, S.J. (1984) Speech Controlled Text Editing:  Effects of Input Modality and of Command Structure.  International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 21(1), 49-64.
  66. Green, T.R.G., Payne, S.J., Morrison, D.L. and Shaw, A.C. (1983) Friendly Interfacing to Simple Speech Recognisors.  Behaviour and Information Technology, 2, 23-38.
  67. McShane, J. and Morrison, D.L. (1983) How young children judge quantities:  a case of apparent compensation. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 35, 21-29.
  68. Morrison, D.L. and Green, T.R.G. (1981) Adaptive Interface Techniques in Recognising Speech and Similar Inputs. Archived (in electronic form only) in the British Library electronic journal Computer Human Factors, Volume 1. Also Memo No. 457, MRC/ESRC Social and Applied Psychology Unit, University of Sheffield.

Refereed Conferences & Proceedings

  1. Dunlop, P.D., Telford, A., & Morrison, D.L. (2011). The Perceived Desirability of Responses to Personality Items. Presented at the 26th Annual Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. (Chicago, IL).
  2. Morrison, D.L. & Dunlop, P.D. (2010). Multi-level approaches to Stress: Trading off certainty with impact. Presented at the 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology. (Melbourne, Australia) June 2010.
  3. Morrison D.L. Workplace Safety Performance:  the problem of facet aggregation and the implied meditational role of cognitive failure. Proceedings of Academic Exchange Weeks.  Kobe University 10-29 Nov 2008 p75-89.
  4. Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P& Cordery, J.L., (2007). Retest effects in personality assessment in a selection context.  7th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. Adelaide, 28 June- July 1, Vol, 7 pp 316-321.
  5. Morrison, D.L.., Dunlop, P., Duncan, R. and Cordery J.L., (2007) Applicant Reactions to Organizational Procedures: The effects of, priming, feedback and efficacy on perceptions of fairness. 7th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. Adelaide, 28 June- July 1.
  6. Morrison, D.L., Dunlop, P., & Roberts., M., (2007), Individual differences in safety behaviour and cognitive error. 7th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. Adelaide, 28 June- July 1.
  7. Conversi, T., Cordery J., & Morrison D.L. (2007) Assessing behavioural integrity amongst employees and leader in organizational settings. 7th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference. Adelaide, 28 June- July 1.
  8. Roberts M., Morrison D.L., and Payne R.l.  (2005), Workplace Safety Performance: The Implied Meditational Role of Cognitive Failure.  6th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference.  Gold Coast June 29- July 1.
  9. Conversi, T., Cordery, J., and Morrison D.L., (2005), The multiple facets of integrity in the workplace.  6th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference.  Gold Coast June 29- July 1.
  10. Cordery, J., Levine, M., Morrison, D., & Lowe, K.  (2004). Integrity and Leadership in Organisations.  Paper presented at 17th Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Fremantle,December 2-5 2003.
  11. Morrison, D.L., Payne, R.L., & Wall T.D., (2004). Gender and Demand-Control-Support Models of Occupational Stress.  Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society.  Sheraton Hotel October 1-4.
  12. Morrison, D.L., Chi, J., and Cordery J, (2003)., Collective Efficacy and Team work.  5th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Melbourne.
  13. Hanssen, K, Schmitt, M., and Morrison D.L., (2001), Organizational factors in adverse medical events.  4th Australian Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Sydney.
  14. Denoon, R., Letchford, C.W., Kwok, K., and Morrison D.L., (1998), Wind induced motion of two air traffic control towers and motion perception of other occupants. Australasian Structural Engineering Conference, Auckland 29 September to2 October 1998 Published by: Structural Engineering Society of New Zealand, 1998. ISBN 0-473-05481-7.
  15. Morrison, D.L., Couchman, P., Cordery, J., and Badham, R. (1998), The use and effectiveness of modern manufacturing practices in Australia. In W. Karwowski and R. Goonetilleke (Eds.), Manufacturing Agility and Hybrid Automation. P143-147. Santa Monica, IEA Press.
  16. Girardi, A., Morrison, D.L., and Cordery, J. (1998), Skill utilisation: its measurement and role in job design theory. In K.Unsworth, et al., International Work Psychology Conference, July 1-3, 1998), Institute of Work Psychology University of Sheffield: Book of Proceedings (ISBN 0 9533504 01).
  17. Morrison, D.L., Girardi, A., and Cordery J., (1998) How work design influences psychological wellbeing: A Longitudinal study supporting the mediating role of skill utilisation. International Work Psychology Conference, July 1-3, 1998), Institute of Work Psychology University of Sheffield (ISBN 0 9533504 01).
  18. Morrison, Cordery, J, and Girardi, A., (1996), Supervisor behaviour and skill utilisation as a mediator of job characteristics: A comparison of traditional and contemporary forms of work design. Health and Wellbeing in a changing environment. Proceedings of the APA/Worksafe conference on stress at work. 120-124. Brisbane, March, 11-12, 1996.
  19. Morrison, D.L., Cordery, J., and Girardi A., (1996) Design Opportunities for Skill Utilisation and Job Related Affective Well-Being. The British Psychological Society Occupational Psychology Conference. Book of Proceedings. 3-5 January 1996. Leicester: British Psychological Society.
  20. Morrison, D.L., Yap, L.M. and Farley, C., (1991), The effect of psychological arousal on fault diagnosis behaviour. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Human Factors Society, 35, 1010-1014.  Human Factors Society: Santa Monica.
  21. Morrison, D.L, and Upton., D.M., (1991), Training for Troubleshooting in Manufacturing Environments. Proceedings of the 1990 Industry Training Conference Melbourne: Sept 16-17, 10, 1-21. Engineering Publications: Melbourne.
  22. Morrison, D.L. (1985) Cognitive Ergonomics:  The Human Computer Interface.  Published in The Proceedings of the 8th National ICL Computer Users Conference, Perth, Nov. 11-13.
  23. Morrison, D.L. and Hartley, L.R. (1985) Human Factors at Murdoch University.  Published in: Ergonomics in the Tourist, Agricultural and Mining Industries, Bullock, M.I. and Eddington, N. (eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society of Australia and New Zealand, 325/335. Melbourne: Ergonomics Society Inc.
  24. Morrison, D.L. (1986) Display Format and Fault Diagnosis Behaviour.  Proceedings of the 1986 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 1520-1524. IEEE Inc.: New York.
  25. Ensor, A, and Morrison, D.L., (1986), Individual Differences in Fault Diagnosis Ability.  In D.L. Morrison, L.R. Hartley, and D. Kemp, (eds.) (1986) Trends in the Ergonomics of Work.  Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society. Melbourne: Ergonomics Society Inc.
  26. Morrison, D.L., Ou, D. and Roberts, D. (1987) The Relationship Between Job Design and Measures of Mental and Physical Strain in Prison Officers. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society Conference, 31, 340-344. Human Factors Society: Santa Monica.
  27. Morrison, D.L. and Duncan, K.D. (1984) Ergonomics Displays and Fault Diagnosis.  Proceedings of the Ergonomics (UK) Society Conference, Exeter University.  Supplement No. 1 to Ergonomics, Vol. 27, 264-267.

 Technical Research Reports (A sample) 

  1. Morrison, D., Dunlop, P and Chi J., (2006-2010) Perceptions of Performance Management in the Water Corporation.  Water Corporation WA pp 140.
  2. Morrison, D., Dunlop, P and Chi J., (2008) Perceptions of Performance Management in the Water Corporation.  Water Corporation WA pp 137
  3. Morrison, D., Dunlop, P and Chi J., (2007) Perceptions of Performance Management in the Water Corporation.  Water Corporation WA pp 97
  4. Morrison D and Lloyd A., (2007) An evaluation of CEO Selection procedures in the Public Sector.  Office of Public Sector Standards Commission contract. Pp 97
  5. Chi, J and Morrison D. (2007) Organisational Climate Barometer for the Department of Housing and Works.  Pp 297.
  6. Morrison D.L. and Dunlop P. (2006).  Selecting Taxi Drivers in Western Australia.  Dept of Planning and Infrastructure. Pp45.
  7. Schmitt, M., Hanssen., K & Morrison D.L (2005) Development of crew complements using Job Design Principles. DSTO contract pp 200
  8. Flatau, P., Morrison, D, Cambria S., Kerrigan, D., and Conversi, T., (2002) The Department of Justice as an employer of choice, Vol 1-4, 315 pages.
  9. Cordey, J.L., Morrison D.L., & Gunson, C. (1999). An investigation and identification of optimally productive arrangements for jobs and equipment/process technologies. Final report of UWA 009 to Meat Research Corporation.
  10. Gunson, C. Cordery, J.L., &. Morrison D.L., (1999). Work re-design and technology change within boning rooms and materials handling areas at a meat processing company in New South Wales.  Meat Research Corporation Project UWA 011
  11. Morrison D.L., Cordery, J.L., & Gunson, C. (1999). Self-directed teams and mechanically-assisted boning technology at South Burnett Meatworks, Murgon Queensland. UWA 013. Meat Research Corporation.
  12. Morrison, D.L., and Wood, G., (1998), Management practices, medical interventions and return to work. Final report to Work Cover WA (pp1-186) (Publicly available on request and published at http://www.workcover.gov.wa.au).
  13. Morrison, D.L., Couchman, P., Cordery, J., and Badham, R. (1998), The use and effectiveness of modern manufacturing practices in Australia. (45 pages)
  14. Morrison, D.L., and Cordery, J. (1997), An investigation and identification of optimally productive arrangements of jobs and equipment/process technologies. Meat Research Corporation, Sydney. (Publicly available on request) (Part 1 and Part 2, 70 pages plus appendices).
  15. Flatau, P., Jefferson, T., Morrison, D., and Wood, G., (1997), International institutional frameworks: accident compensation, rehabilitation and injury prevention. (200 pages). Report to the New Zealand Workers Compensation Commission).
  16. Morrison, D.L., and Wood, G., (1998), Management practices, medical interventions and return to work. Final report to Work Cover WA (pp1-186) (Publicly available on request).
  17. Flatau, P., Jefferson, T., Morrison, D., and Wood, G., (1997), International institutional frameworks: accident compensation, rehabilitation and injury prevention. (200 pages). Report to the New Zealand Workers Compensation Commission).
  18. Morrison, D.L. and Wood G.A., (1995) Early Identification of Injury Duration and Evaluation of Vocational Rehabilitation Intervention. Final Report to the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Commission WA. (1-117). publicly available on request.
  19. Morrison, D.L., Fitzgerald, R., and Dunne M.P. (1992), Job Design, Social Support and Levels of Physical and Mental Well Being in Prison Officers. Final Report to the Australian Criminology Research Council. Pg 1-144. Held in the J.V. Barry Library of the Australian Institute of Criminology.
  20. Morrison, D.L., Wood, G., MacDonald, S., (1992), Factors Influencing the Costs of Compensation. Final Report to the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Commission WA. (1-111). publicly available on request.
  21. Morrison, D.L., (1992), Stress in the Public Service. A report of a survey sponsored by the WA Branch of The Civil Service Association (46 pages).
  22. Morrison, D.L. (1990) Report on the Proposals for the Implementation of Performance Appraisal in the Public Service.  Technical Report: Public Sector Union.(28pages).