Intimate partner aggression in the workplace
Catherine Midel Deen is currently a PhD student in the ANU Research School of Management. She is a certified specialist in educational psychology and holds a PhD in education. Her research focuses on micromanagement, careers, and work-family interface in the workplace.
A consistent honor student, her academic credentials include a PhD in Education from De La Salle University Manila, a MA in Psychology from Ateneo De Manila University and a BA in Psychology (Cum Laude) from De La Salle University Manila. She is a recipient of the United States of America International Visitors Leadership Program, a grant awarded to emerging leaders from developing nations. She has also been awarded Outstanding Alumni for her contributions to the field of education by her alma mater. She has publications on learner-centered education and organizational citizenship behavior. Her work in management has been published in the Journal of Career Assessment.
Restubog, S. L. D., Deen, C. M., Decoste, A., & He, Y. (2021). From vocational scholars to social justice advocates: Challenges and opportunities for vocational psychology research on the vulnerable workforce. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 126, 103561. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2021.103561
Cai, H., G., A. C., D., S. L., Kiazad, K., Deen, C. M., & Li, M. (2018). Career Commitment in STEM: A Moderated Mediation Model of Inducements, Expected Contributions, and Organizational Commitment. Journal of Career Assessment, 26(2), 359–376. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072717695586
Restubog, S.L., Tang, R.L. & Deen, C. (2009). The reverse-buffering role of perceived organizational support between psychological contract breach and outcomes. In Rosnah, I., Macapagal, M.E., Nor, N.M., Takai, J. & Hur, T., Global Issues and Challenges in a Changing World: Psychological, Cultural, and Group Relationships (pp. 477-489). Malaysia: Universiti Malaysia Sabah