Jesse S Michel
Jesse S Michel
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Auburn University
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Antecedents of work–family conflict: A meta‐analytic review
JS Michel, LM Kotrba, JK Mitchelson, MA Clark, BB Baltes
Journal of Organizational Behavior 32 (5), 689-725, 2011
A comparative test of work-family conflict models and critical examination of work-family linkages
JS Michel, JK Mitchelson, LM Kotrba, JM LeBreton, BB Baltes
Journal of Vocational Behavior 74 (2), 199-218, 2009
All work and no play? A meta-analytic examination of the correlates and outcomes of workaholism
MA Clark, JS Michel, L Zhdanova, SY Pui, BB Baltes
Journal of Management 42 (7), 1836-1873, 2016
Clarifying relationships among work and family social support, stressors, and work–family conflict
JS Michel, JK Mitchelson, S Pichler, KL Cullen
Journal of vocational behavior 76 (1), 91-104, 2010
Flexible work schedules
EE Kossek, JS Michel
APA Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1, 535-572, 2011
Why do you treat me badly? The role of attributions regarding the cause of abuse in subordinates' responses to abusive supervision
NA Bowling, JS Michel
Work & Stress 25 (4), 309-320, 2011
The role of the Five Factor Model of personality in the perceptions of negative and positive forms of work–nonwork spillover: A meta-analytic review
JS Michel, MA Clark, D Jaramillo
Journal of Vocational Behavior 79 (1), 191-203, 2011
Has it been affect all along? A test of work-to-family and family-to-work models of conflict, enrichment, and satisfaction
JS Michel, MA Clark
Personality and individual Differences 47 (3), 163-168, 2009
Linking mechanisms of work–family conflict and segmentation
JS Michel, MB Hargis
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (3), 509-522, 2008
How Abusive Supervision Affects Workplace Deviance: A Moderated-Mediation Examination of Aggressiveness and Work-Related Negative Affect
JS Michel, K Newness, K Duniewicz
Journal of Business and Psychology 31 (1), 1-22, 2016
Organizational support factors and work–family outcomes: exploring gender differences
MA Clark, CW Rudolph, L Zhdanova, JS Michel, BB Baltes
Journal of Family Issues 38 (11), 1520-1545, 2017
A dispositional approach to work–school conflict and enrichment
LA McNall, JS Michel
Journal of Business and Psychology 26 (3), 397-411, 2011
Does Dispositional Aggression Feed the Narcissistic Response? The Role of Narcissism and Aggression in the Prediction of Job Attitudes and Counterproductive Work Behaviors
JS Michel, NA Bowling
Journal of Business and Psychology 28 (1), 93-105, 2013
Workaholism, work engagement and work–home outcomes: Exploring the mediating role of positive and negative emotions
MA Clark, JS Michel, GW Stevens, JW Howell, RS Scruggs
Stress and Health 30 (4), 287-300, 2014
Perceived intent of supervisor as a moderator of the relationships between abusive supervision and counterproductive work behaviours
KJ Eschleman, NA Bowling, JS Michel, GN Burns
Work & Stress 28 (4), 362-375, 2014
Strategies for coping with work stressors and family stressors: Scale development and validation
MA Clark, JS Michel, RJ Early, BB Baltes
Journal of Business and Psychology 29 (4), 617-638, 2014
Investigating the Relative Importance of Individual Differences on the Work–Family Interface and the Moderating Role of Boundary Preference for Segmentation
JS Michel, MA Clark
Stress and Health 29 (4), 324-336, 2013
Leader‐member exchange, group‐and individual‐level procedural justice and reactions to performance appraisals
S Pichler, A Varma, JS Michel, PE Levy, PS Budhwar, A Sharma
Human Resource Management 55 (5), 871-883, 2016
What motivates deviant behavior in the workplace? An examination of the mechanisms by which procedural injustice affects deviance
JS Michel, MB Hargis
Motivation and Emotion 41 (1), 51-68, 2017
Amazon’s Mechanical Turk as a viable source for organizational and occupational health research
JS Michel, SK O’Neill, P Hartman, A Lorys
Occupational Health Science 2 (1), 83-98, 2018
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