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Ulrike Fasbender
Ulrike Fasbender
Professor of Business and Organizational Psychology
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Job satisfaction, job stress and nurses’ turnover intentions: The moderating roles of on‐the‐job and off‐the‐job embeddedness
U Fasbender, BIJM Van der Heijden, S Grimshaw
Journal of advanced nursing 75 (2), 327-337, 2019
2512019
The meaning of work for post-retirement employment decisions
U Fasbender, M Wang, JB Voltmer, J Deller
Work, aging and retirement 2 (1), 12-23, 2016
1952016
Consequences of knowledge hiding: The differential compensatory effects of guilt and shame
A Burmeister, U Fasbender, FH Gerpott
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 92 (2), 281-304, 2019
1662019
Deciding whether to work after retirement: The role of the psychological experience of aging
U Fasbender, J Deller, M Wang, BM Wiernik
Journal of Vocational Behavior 84 (3), 215-224, 2014
1362014
Respectful leadership and followers’ knowledge sharing: A social mindfulness lens
FH Gerpott, U Fasbender, A Burmeister
Human Relations 73 (6), 789-810, 2020
1312020
Is the future still open? The mediating role of occupational future time perspective in the effects of career adaptability and aging experience on late career planning
U Fasbender, AM Wöhrmann, M Wang, UC Klehe
Journal of Vocational Behavior 111, 24-38, 2019
1262019
A chip off the old block? The role of dominance and parental entrepreneurship for entrepreneurial intention
C Palmer, U Fasbender, S Kraus, S Birkner, N Kailer
Review of Managerial Science 15 (2), 287-307, 2021
1192021
Being perceived as a knowledge sender or knowledge receiver: A multistudy investigation of the effect of age on knowledge transfer
A Burmeister, U Fasbender, J Deller
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 91 (3), 518-545, 2018
842018
Negative attitudes toward older workers and hiring decisions: Testing the moderating role of decision makers’ core self-evaluations
U Fasbender, M Wang
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 2057, 2017
762017
Motivated to be socially mindful: Explaining age differences in the effect of employees’ contact quality with coworkers on their coworker support
U Fasbender, A Burmeister, M Wang
Personnel Psychology 73 (3), 407-430, 2020
712020
Using work values to predict post‐retirement work intentions
AM Wöhrmann, U Fasbender, J Deller
The Career Development Quarterly 64 (2), 98-113, 2016
672016
Going full circle: Integrating research on career adaptation and proactivity
UC Klehe, U Fasbender, A van der Horst
Journal of Vocational Behavior 126, 103526, 2021
522021
Self-concept
K Wehrle, U Fasbender
Encyclopedia of personality and individual differences 1, 3-5, 2019
502019
Does more respect from leaders postpone the desire to retire? Understanding the mechanisms of retirement decision-making
AM Wöhrmann, U Fasbender, J Deller
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1400, 2017
482017
Too much to know? The cognitive demands of daily knowledge seeking and the buffering role of coworker contact quality.
A Burmeister, V Alterman, U Fasbender, M Wang
Journal of Applied Psychology 107 (8), 1303, 2022
462022
To share or not to share: A social-cognitive internalization model to explain how age discrimination impairs older employees’ knowledge sharing with younger colleagues
U Fasbender, FH Gerpott
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 30 (1), 125-142, 2021
462021
Intergenerational contact and hiring decisions about older workers
U Fasbender, M Wang
Journal of Managerial Psychology 32 (3), 210-224, 2017
442017
Give and take? Knowledge exchange between older and younger employees as a function of generativity and development striving
U Fasbender, FH Gerpott, D Unger
Journal of Knowledge Management 25 (10), 2420-2443, 2021
422021
Knowledge transfer between younger and older employees: A temporal social comparison model
U Fasbender, FH Gerpott
Work, Aging and Retirement 8 (2), 146-162, 2022
332022
Outcome expectancies
U Fasbender
Encyclopedia of personality and individual differences, 3377-3379, 2020
262020
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