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Linking job design to subjective career success: a test of self-determination theory
(SAGE Publications, 2016)
We tested a predictive model based on self-determination theory (SDT) to demonstrate how job design choices contribute to subjective career success. Data collected at Time 1 demonstrated that the job characteristics of ...
Ask and you shall receive? Right-wing authoritarianism shapes reactions to religious accommodation requests at work
Religious accommodation in the workplace remains a contentious issue in the United States. We conducted an experiment to examine how individual differences in right-wing authoritarianism (RWA) shape how people react to ...
Managing organizational deviance: Focusing on causes, not symptoms
(Information Age Publishing, 2013)
Much of the received wisdom on why employees behave badly focuses too narrowly on traits and how to have tough disciplinary conversations with employees. In this chapter, we advocate for the importance of managing employee ...
Interactive effects of physical disability severity and age of disability onset on RIASEC self-efficacies
(Sage Publications, 2014)
In this study, the authors focused on the context of physical disabilities (i.e., one’s age when a disability manifests and the severity with which it impacts major life activities) to better understand how disabilities ...
Detrimental relations of maximization with academic and career attitudes
(Sage Publications, 2013)
Maximization refers to a decision-making style that involves seeking the single best option when making a choice, which is generally dysfunctional because people are limited in their ability to rationally evaluate all ...