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Aktuelle Forschungsthemen

  • Führung
  • Berufliche Entwicklung und Karrieremanagement über die Lebensspanne
  • Arbeit und Gesundheit
  • Teamforschung

Aktuelle Forschungsprojekte

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Neuere Veröffentlichungen

  • Volmer, J., Richter, S., & Syrek, C. (2018). Creative at each age: Age-related differences in drivers of workplace creativity from an experience sampling study. Journal of Creative Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1002/jocb.233
  • Kauffeld, S., & Volmer, J. (2018). Editorial: Gesundheit in Unternehmen: Was Führungskräfte wissen sollten. Personal Quarterly, 70, 3.
  • Syrek, C., Röltgen, A., & Volmer, J. (2018). Will ich oder muss ich erreichbar sein? Wie Führungsverhalten die Erreichbarkeitserwartung beeinflusst. Personal Quarterly, 70, 10-15.
  • Hagemeister, A., & Volmer, J. (2018). Do social conflicts at work affect employees' job satisfaction? The moderating role of emotion regulation. International Journal of Conflict Management, 29, 213-235.
    https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCMA-11-2016-0097
  • Volmer, J.*, Orth, M.*, & Wolff, H.-G. (2017, online first). Multidimensional networking behavior in Germany and China: Measurement invariance and assocations with objective success. Journal of Career Assessment. [* shared first authorship] https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072717723302
  • Schüßlbauer, A.F., Volmer, J., & Göritz, A.S. (2017, online first). The goal paves the way: Inspirational motivation as a predictor of career adaptability. Journal of Career Development.
    DOI:10.1177/0894845317718348
  • Orth, M., & Volmer, J. (2017). Daily within-person effects of job autonomy and work engagement on innovative behavior: The cross-level moderating role of creative self-efficacy. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 26, 601-612.
  • Volmer, J., Koch, I.K., & Göritz, A.S. (2016). The bright and dark sides of leaders' Dark Triad traits: Effects on subordinates' career success and well-being. Personality and Individual Differences, 101,413-418.
  • Volmer, J. (2015). Followers’ daily reactions to social stressors with supervisors: The moderating role of core self-evaluations and procedural justice perceptions. The Leadership Quarterly, 26, 719-731.