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Dr Jennifer Loh

Associate Professor

School of Management
Highest Qualification – PhD
HDR Completions - 1

Contact Details
Phone No.: +61 (0) 2 6206 8371


Jennifer graduated from the University of Toronto (Canada) with an Honours Bachelor of Science and from the University of Queensland (Australia) with a PhD in Organisational Psychology. She is a fully registered psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), the American Psychological Association (APA), Academy of Management (AOM) and Australia Human Resource Institute (AHRI). She is also an Academic member with the College of Organisational Psychologist. Jennifer has worked as a Senior Lecturer at Edith Cowan University (ECU) and as a Lecturer with the University of New England (UNE). Currently, she is an Associate Professor in Management with the School of Management in the Faculty of Business, Government and Law at the University of Canberra.

Her main research interests lie in Organisational/Industrial Psychology and Organisational Management. Specifically, she is interested in investigating the underlying mechanisms responsible for good psychological and organisational outcomes among vulnerable groups of individuals from a work context.

  • Dandy, Justine, Drake, Deirdre, & Loh, Jennifer. (2016). Families and money: Norms and behaviours between and within cultures. SAH grant scheme. Total funding: $17,086.00.
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI) & Robinson, K. (2016). Supporting non-persistent learners to be persistent. SIF funding. Total funding: $9000.00
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI). (2015). Caught in a bully’s web: Consequences of Cyber-bullying in the workplace. Perth Convention Bureau ASPIRE University Professional Development Award. Total funding: $5000.00.
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI) & Robinson, K. FHES Teaching and Learning Grant (Edith Cowan University). Realising your potential: The importance of meeting professional competency needs through E-learning in improving the participation, retention and academic success of Psychology, Nursing and Engineering students with unmet needs. Total Funding: $9995.40.
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI) & Robinson, K. (2012). What motivates first year’s students in psychology to academic success? Computing, Health and Science Teaching and Learning Grant. Total funding: $10,000.
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI). Psychological barriers among job seekers in regional Australia: Matching clients’ profile and needs to unemployment service providers’ programs. Australian Research Council Discovery Grant (University of New England). Total funding: $5000.
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI). Stress, resilience and well-being in University students. University of New England Research Start up Grants. Total funding: $2500.
  • Loh, Jennifer (MI) & Dahesihsari, R. (2007). Facilitating Indonesian women entrepreneurship: Resilience and empowerment. Atma Jaya University, Indonesia. Total funding $20 Million Rupiah.

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications:

  • Loh, J., Thorsteinsson, E., & Loi, N. (2019). Workplace Incivility and Work outcome: Cross cultural comparison between Australian and Singaporean employees. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources. First published: 09 July 2019
  • Triplett, S., & Loh, M.I. (2017). The moderating role of trust in the relationship between work locus of control and psychological safety in organisational work teams: Trust, work locus of control and psychological safety. Australian Journal of Psychology, 24, 45-68. (IF = 1.309; ABDC ranking: B)
  • Loh, J., Harms, C., & Harman, B. (2017). Effects of Parental Stress, Optimism and Health Promoting Behaviors on the Quality of Life of Primiparous and Multiparous Mothers. Nursing Research, 66, 231-239. (IF = 1.856).
  • Carter, L., & Loh, J. (2017). What’s emotional intelligence (EI) got to do with it: The moderating role of EI on the relationships between workplace incivility and mental health. International Journal of work Organisation and Emotion, 8, 41-58. (ABDC ranking: B).
  • Loh, J., & Estrellado, A. (2016). Filipino domestic workers and their capacity development. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, first published on June 21, 2016 as DOI: 10.1177/0022167816654357 (IF= 0.62)

Technical Reports:

  • Loh, J., & Dale, N.F. (2019). Equity Group Students at the University of Canberra: A Gap Analysis Report on Support Service Provisions. Canberra, ACT: University of Canberra.


  • Counter Productive Workplace Behaviours
  • Dysfunctional Workplace Behaviors (including cyber-bullying in the workplace)
  • Organisational Management
  • Positive Psychology and Capacity Building
  • Motivation (Work and Students)