Daniel Spurk
Daniel Spurk
Professor Industrial and Organizational Psychology
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The longitudinal impact of self-efficacy and career goals on objective and subjective career success
AE Abele, D Spurk
Journal of vocational behavior 74 (1), 53-62, 2009
Leader–member exchange (LMX), job autonomy, and creative work involvement
J Volmer, D Spurk, C Niessen
The leadership quarterly 23 (3), 456-465, 2012
How do objective and subjective career success interrelate over time?
AE Abele, D Spurk
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 82 (4), 803-824, 2009
Flexible employment relationships and careers in times of the COVID-19 pandemic
D Spurk, C Straub
Journal of vocational behavior 119, 103435, 2020
Antecedents and outcomes of objective versus subjective career success: Competing perspectives and future directions
D Spurk, A Hirschi, N Dries
Journal of Management 45 (1), 35-69, 2019
Latent profile analysis: A review and “how to” guide of its application within vocational behavior research
D Spurk, A Hirschi, M Wang, D Valero, S Kauffeld
Journal of Vocational Behavior 120, 103445, 2020
Reciprocal relationships between leader–member exchange (LMX) and job satisfaction: A cross‐lagged analysis
J Volmer, C Niessen, D Spurk, A Linz, AE Abele
Applied Psychology 60 (4), 522-545, 2011
Do bad guys get ahead or fall behind? Relationships of the dark triad of personality with objective and subjective career success
D Spurk, AC Keller, A Hirschi
Social psychological and personality science 7 (2), 113-121, 2016
The construct of career success: Measurement issues and an empirical example
AE Abele, D Spurk, J Volmer
Zeitschrift für Arbeitsmarktforschung 43 (3), 195-206, 2011
Fostering networking behavior, career planning and optimism, and subjective career success: An intervention study
D Spurk, S Kauffeld, L Barthauer, NSR Heinemann
Journal of vocational behavior 87, 134-144, 2015
Protean and boundaryless career attitudes: Relationships with subjective and objective career success
J Volmer, D Spurk
Zeitschrift für ArbeitsmarktForschung 43 (3), 207-218, 2011
Who earns more and why? A multiple mediation model from personality to salary
D Spurk, AE Abele
Journal of Business and Psychology 26 (1), 87-103, 2011
The dual impact of gender and the influence of timing of parenthood on men’s and women’s career development: Longitudinal findings
AE Abele, D Spurk
International Journal of Behavioral Development 35 (3), 225-232, 2011
The career satisfaction scale: Longitudinal measurement invariance and latent growth analysis
D Spurk, AE Abele, J Volmer
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 84 (2), 315-326, 2011
Synchronous and time-lagged effects between occupational self-efficacy and objective and subjective career success: Findings from a four-wave and 9-year longitudinal study
D Spurk, AE Abele
Journal of Vocational Behavior 84 (2), 119-132, 2014
Social support at the workplace, motivation to transfer and training transfer: a multilevel indirect effects model
AC Massenberg, D Spurk, S Kauffeld
International Journal of Training and Development 19 (3), 161-178, 2015
Competitive climate and workaholism: Negative sides of future orientation and calling
AC Keller, D Spurk, F Baumeler, A Hirschi
Personality and Individual Differences 96, 122-126, 2016
Assessing key predictors of career success: Development and validation of the career resources questionnaire
A Hirschi, N Nagy, F Baumeler, CS Johnston, D Spurk
Journal of Career Assessment 26 (2), 338-358, 2018
Why do adaptable people feel less insecure? Indirect effects of career adaptability on job and career insecurity via two types of perceived marketability
D Spurk, S Kauffeld, AL Meinecke, K Ebner
Journal of Career Assessment 24 (2), 289-306, 2016
The career satisfaction scale in context: A test for measurement invariance across four occupational groups
D Spurk, AE Abele, J Volmer
Journal of Career Assessment 23 (2), 191-209, 2015
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