His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Turnover, Applied psychology and Organizational commitment. His Social psychology research includes elements of Test, LISREL, Sample, Causal model and Conceptualization. The Test study combines topics in areas such as Workplace harassment, Harassment, Organisation climate, Conceptual model and Empirical research.
His study in the field of Job attitude is also linked to topics like Personnel promotion. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Research design, Self-concept, Management by objectives and Rating scale. His Organizational commitment study incorporates themes from Organizational behavior, Contextual performance, Work behavior and Job performance, Job involvement.
Charles L. Hulin mostly deals with Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Job attitude, Applied psychology and Job performance. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Test and Cognitive psychology. His Job satisfaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Turnover and Organizational commitment.
The various areas that he examines in his Job attitude study include Employee engagement, Job analysis, Scale and Job design. His research on Applied psychology often connects related topics like Rating scale. His Harassment research incorporates elements of Structural equation modeling and Empirical research.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Job attitude, Job performance and Organizational commitment. His Social psychology study often links to related topics such as Applied psychology. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Test and Computerized adaptive testing.
His research integrates issues of Behavioral engagement and Ambivalence in his study of Job satisfaction. His Job attitude study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Employee engagement and Job design. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Counterproductive work behavior, Organizational citizenship behavior, Organizational behavior and Work behavior.
Charles L. Hulin mainly focuses on Social psychology, Job performance, Job satisfaction, Job attitude and Affective events theory. His Employee engagement research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology. His work carried out in the field of Affective events theory brings together such families of science as Experience sampling method, Hedonic tone, Mood, Developmental psychology and Sample.
His studies in Counterproductive work behavior integrate themes in fields like Organizational behavior, Contextual performance and Work behavior. Charles L. Hulin has researched Job involvement in several fields, including Applied psychology, Human resource management and Employee research. Job design is closely attributed to Industrial and organizational psychology in his study.
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The measurement of satisfaction in work and retirement: A strategy for the study of attitudes.
Patricia Cain Smith;Lorne M. Kendall;Charles L. Hulin.
The antecedents and consequences of sexual harrassment in organizations: An integrated model.
Louise F. Fitzgerald;Charles L. Hulin;Fritz Drasgow.
Antecedents and consequences of sexual harassment in organizations: A test of an integrated model.
Louise F. Fitzgerald;Fritz Drasgow;Charles L. Hulin;Michele J. Gelfand;Michele J. Gelfand.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1997)
Alternative opportunities and withdrawal decisions: Empirical and theoretical discrepancies and an integration.
Charles L. Hulin;Mary Roznowski;Donna Hachiya.
Psychological Bulletin (1985)
Adaptation, persistence, and commitment in organizations.
Job enlargement, individual differences, and worker responses.
Charles L. Hulin;Milton R. Blood.
Psychological Bulletin (1968)
Industrial Jobs and the Worker
Charles Hulin;Arthur N. Turner;Paul R. Lawrence.
American Journal of Psychology (1966)
General attitudes and organizational withdrawal: An evaluation of a causal model
Kathy A Hanisch;Charles L Hulin.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (1991)
Job Attitudes and Organizational Withdrawal: An Examination of Retirement and Other Voluntary Withdrawal Behaviors.
Kathy A Hanisch;Charles L Hulin.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (1990)
A Within-Person Approach to Work Behavior and Performance: Concurrent and Lagged Citizenship-Counterproductivity Associations, and Dynamic Relationships with Affect and Overall Job Performance
Reeshad s. Dalal;Holly Lam;Howard M. Weiss;Eric R. Welch.
Academy of Management Journal (2009)
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