Cort W. Rudolph
Cort W. Rudolph
Associate Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Saint Louis University, St. Louis
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Job crafting: A meta-analysis of relationships with individual differences, job characteristics, and work outcomes
CW Rudolph, IM Katz, KN Lavigne, H Zacher
Journal of Vocational Behavior 102, 112-138, 2017
Career adaptability: A meta-analysis of relationships with measures of adaptivity, adapting responses, and adaptation results
CW Rudolph, KN Lavigne, H Zacher
Journal of Vocational Behavior 98, 17-34, 2017
Examining positive and negative perceptions of older workers: A meta-analysis
AC Bal, AEB Reiss, CW Rudolph, BB Baltes
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2011
A meta-analysis of empirical studies of weight-based bias in the workplace
CW Rudolph, CL Wells, MD Weller, BB Baltes
Journal of Vocational Behavior 74 (1), 1-10, 2009
Future time perspective: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
D Kooij, R Kanfer, M Betts, CW Rudolph
The Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018
Leadership and generations at work: A critical review
CW Rudolph, RS Rauvola, H Zacher
The Leadership Quarterly 29 (1), 44-57, 2018
COVID-19 and the workplace: Implications, issues, and insights for future research and action.
KM Kniffin, J Narayanan, F Anseel, J Antonakis, SP Ashford, AB Bakker, ...
American Psychologist 76 (1), 63, 2021
Lifespan developmental perspectives on working: A literature review of motivational theories
CW Rudolph
Work, Aging and Retirement 2 (2), 130-158, 2016
Individual differences and changes in subjective wellbeing during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
H Zacher, CW Rudolph
American Psychologist, 2020
A review of aging theories and modern work perspectives
BB Baltes, CW Rudolph, AC Bal
The Oxford handbook of work and aging, 117-136, 2012
Considering generations from a lifespan developmental perspective
CW Rudolph, H Zacher
Work, Aging and Retirement 3 (2), 113-129, 2017
Occupational future time perspective: A meta‐analysis of antecedents and outcomes
CW Rudolph, DTAM Kooij, RS Rauvola, H Zacher
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (2), 229-248, 2018
Thriving at work: A meta‐analysis
AK Kleine, CW Rudolph, H Zacher
Journal of Organizational Behavior 40 (9-10), 973-999, 2019
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, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
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
Intergenerational perceptions and conflicts in multi-age and multigenerational work environments.
CW Rudolph, H Zacher
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2015
Linking dimensions of career adaptability to adaptation results: A meta-analysis
CW Rudolph, KN Lavigne, IM Katz, H Zacher
Journal of Vocational Behavior 102, 151-173, 2017
Age and health jointly moderate the influence of flexible work arrangements on work engagement: Evidence from two empirical studies.
CW Rudolph, BB Baltes
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 22 (1), 40, 2017
Academic career development: A review and research agenda
H Zacher, CW Rudolph, T Todorovic, D Ammann
Journal of Vocational Behavior 110, 357-373, 2019
Dynamic effects of personal initiative on engagement and exhaustion: The role of mood, autonomy, and support
H Zacher, A Schmitt, NL Jimmieson, CW Rudolph
Journal of Organizational Behavior 40 (1), 38-58, 2019
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