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Tony Winefield is Professor and Director of the Centre for Applied Psychological Research at the University of South Australia.


He sgained his PhD at University College London


He worked for many years at the University of Adelaide before joining the University of South Australia in 1999 as Foundation Professor of Psychology.

Main areas of interestEdit

He has published woork on the psychology of unemployment, organisational stress, and learned helplessness. From 1980-1989 he directed a 10-year longitudinal investigation of youth unemployment.

Funded grantsEdit


In 1993 he was made a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society . In 2003 he received the Elton Mayo Award from the Australian Psychological Society’s College of Organisational Psychologists for “Outstanding contributions to Industrial/ Organisational Psychology Research and Teaching”.

Editorial board/consulting editorEdit

He is currently Associate Editor of the International Journal of Stress Management.

Association affiliationsEdit

See alsoEdit



  • Winefield, A.H., Tiggemann, M., Winefield, H.R. & Goldney, R.D. (1993). Growing Up with Unemployment: A Longitudinal Study of its Psychological Impact
  • Kieselbach, T. & Winefield, A., Boyd, C. & Anderson, S. (Eds.). (2006). Unemployment and Health. International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Bowen Hill: Australian Academic Press.

Book ChaptersEdit


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