Kristen Shockley
Kristen Shockley
Associate Professor, Department of Management & Entrepreneurship, Auburn University
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How effective is telecommuting? Assessing the status of our scientific findings
TD Allen, TD Golden, KM Shockley
Psychological science in the public interest 16 (2), 40-68, 2015
Work–family conflict and flexible work arrangements: Deconstructing flexibility
TD Allen, RC Johnson, KM Kiburz, KM Shockley
Personnel psychology 66 (2), 345-376, 2013
When flexibility helps: Another look at the availability of flexible work arrangements and work–family conflict
KM Shockley, TD Allen
Journal of vocational behavior 71 (3), 479-493, 2007
Pandemics: Implications for research and practice in industrial and organizational psychology
CW Rudolph, B Allan, M Clark, G Hertel, A Hirschi, F Kunze, K Shockley, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 14 (1-2), 1-35, 2021
A meta-analysis of work–family conflict and social support.
KA French, S Dumani, TD Allen, KM Shockley
Psychological bulletin 144 (3), 284, 2018
Reconsidering work—family interactions and satisfaction: A meta-analysis
KM Shockley, N Singla
Journal of Management 37 (3), 861-886, 2011
Development of a new scale to measure subjective career success: A mixed‐methods study
KM Shockley, H Ureksoy, OB Rodopman, LF Poteat, TR Dullaghan
Journal of organizational behavior 37 (1), 128-153, 2016
Disentangling the relationship between gender and work–family conflict: An integration of theoretical perspectives using meta-analytic methods.
KM Shockley, W Shen, MM DeNunzio, ML Arvan, EA Knudsen
Journal of applied psychology 102 (12), 1601, 2017
Work-family strategies during COVID-19: Examining gender dynamics among dual-earner couples with young children.
KM Shockley, MA Clark, H Dodd, EB King
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (1), 15, 2021
Meta-analysis of work–family conflict mean differences: Does national context matter?
TD Allen, KA French, S Dumani, KM Shockley
Journal of Vocational Behavior 90, 90-100, 2015
The fatiguing effects of camera use in virtual meetings: A within-person field experiment.
KM Shockley, AS Gabriel, D Robertson, CC Rosen, N Chawla, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (8), 1137, 2021
A cross-national meta-analytic examination of predictors and outcomes associated with work–family conflict.
TD Allen, KA French, S Dumani, KM Shockley
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (6), 539, 2020
Investigating the missing link in flexible work arrangement utilization: An individual difference perspective
KM Shockley, TD Allen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (1), 131-142, 2010
A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship between state affect, discrete emotions, and job performance
KM Shockley, D Ispas, ME Rossi, EL Levine
Human Performance 25 (5), 377-411, 2012
Achieving work-family balance: An action regulation model
A Hirschi, KM Shockley, H Zacher
Academy of Management Review 44 (1), 150-171, 2019
Flexible work arrangements: Help or hype
TD Allen, K Shockley
Handbook of families and work: Interdisciplinary perspectives 1, 2009
Motives for flexible work arrangement use
KM Shockley, TD Allen
Community, Work & Family 15 (2), 217-231, 2012
Episodic work–family conflict, cardiovascular indicators, and social support: An experience sampling approach.
KM Shockley, TD Allen
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 18 (3), 262, 2013
Mentor-protégé commitment fit and relationship satisfaction in academic mentoring
LF Poteat, KM Shockley, TD Allen
Journal of vocational behavior 74 (3), 332-337, 2009
Deciding between work and family: An episodic approach
KM Shockley, TD Allen
Personnel Psychology 68 (2), 283-318, 2015
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