Taylor K. Lauricella
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Linking job design to subjective career success: A test of self-determination theory
JJ Dahling, TK Lauricella
Journal of Career Assessment 25 (3), 371-388, 2017
Creating energy for change: The role of changes in perceived leadership support on commitment to an organizational change initiative
JK Ford, TK Lauricella, JA Van Fossen, SJ Riley
The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 57 (2), 153-173, 2021
When does dual identity predict protest? The moderating roles of anti‐immigrant policies and opinion‐based group identity
S Wiley, J Figueroa, T Lauricella
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (3), 209-215, 2014
Managing boundaries between work and non‐work domains: Personality and job characteristics and adopted style
DM Gardner, T Lauricella, AM Ryan, P Wadlington, F Elizondo
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 94 (1), 132-159, 2021
Factors affecting trust among natural resources stakeholders, partners, and strategic alliance members: a meta-analytic investigation
JK Ford, SJ Riley, TK Lauricella, JA Van Fossen
Frontiers in Communication 5, 9, 2020
Employee Perceptions Regarding an Organizational Change Initiative in a State Wildlife Agency
TK Lauricella, JK Ford, SJ Riley, CL Powers, P Lederle
Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 1-16, 2017
Social support exchange and nurses’ musculoskeletal injuries in a team context: Anger as a mediator
CH Chang, LQ Yang, TK Lauricella
Work and Occupations 47 (2), 144-172, 2020
The Relationship between Emotional Labor, Diet, and Alcohol Behaviors
TK Lauricella
Michigan State University, 2017
Applying self-determination theory to predict career adjustment
J Dahling, T Lauricella
Workplace fitness promotion and exercise behavior
T Lauricella, J Dahling
Chu-Hsiang Chang1, Liu-Qin Yang2, and
TK Lauricella
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