Eric G. Lambert mainly focuses on Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Organizational commitment, Affective events theory and Job attitude. The various areas that Eric G. Lambert examines in his Social psychology study include Lesbian and Applied psychology. Eric G. Lambert combines subjects such as Exploratory research and Prison with his study of Job satisfaction.
His research in Organizational commitment intersects with topics in Nursing and Occupational stress. He has included themes like Organizational structure, Public relations, Stressor, Role conflict and Organizational citizenship behavior in his Affective events theory study. In his study, Job analysis is inextricably linked to Job design, which falls within the broad field of Job attitude.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Organizational commitment, Applied psychology and Job performance. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Punishment, Criminology, Prison and Exploratory research. When carried out as part of a general Job satisfaction research project, his work on Job attitude and Job stress is frequently linked to work in Work environment, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Job attitude research focuses on Job design and how it connects with Job analysis. The Organizational commitment study which covers Affective events theory that intersects with Stressor and Turnover. His Applied psychology study incorporates themes from Organizational justice, Distributive justice and Burnout.
Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Prison, Job attitude and Organizational commitment are his primary areas of study. In general Social psychology study, his work on Job stress often relates to the realm of Work–family conflict, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His study looks at the intersection of Job satisfaction and topics like Applied psychology with Officer, Occupational safety and health and Peer support.
His Prison research integrates issues from Job involvement, Psychiatry and Absenteeism. To a larger extent, Eric G. Lambert studies Job performance with the aim of understanding Job attitude. His Organizational commitment research incorporates themes from Staff perceptions, Affective events theory and Private security.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Job attitude, Job performance and Applied psychology. His study on Job stress is often connected to Work–family conflict as part of broader study in Social psychology. His work carried out in the field of Job satisfaction brings together such families of science as Organisational justice, Public relations, Criminal justice ethics, Criminal justice and Justice.
He combines topics linked to Organizational commitment with his work on Job attitude. His Organizational commitment research includes themes of Turnover and Personnel psychology. His Job performance research focuses on Officer and how it connects with Job demands-resources model.
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THE IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON TURNOVER INTENT: A TEST OF A STRUCTURAL MEASUREMENT MODEL USING A NATIONAL SAMPLE OF WORKERS
Eric G Lambert;Nancy Lynne Hogan;Shannon M Barton.
The impact of distributive and procedural justice on correctional staff job stress, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment
Eric G. Lambert;Nancy L. Hogan;Marie L. Griffin.
Job Involvement, Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment and the Burnout of Correctional Staff:
Marie L. Griffin;Nancy L. Hogan;Eric G. Lambert;Kasey A. Tucker-Gail.
The Importance of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in Shaping Turnover Intent: A Test of a Causal Model
Eric Lambert;Nancy Hogan.
The impact of organizational justice on correctional staff
The Impact of Job Characteristics on Correctional Staff Members
Eric G. Lambert.
The relationship among distributive and procedural justice and correctional life satisfaction, burnout, and turnover intent: An exploratory study
Eric G. Lambert;Nancy L. Hogan;Shanhe Jiang;O. Oko Elechi.
The Influence of Individual, Job, and Organizational Characteristics on Correctional Staff Job Stress, Job Satisfaction, and Organizational Commitment
Eric G. Lambert;Eugene A. Paoline.
Satisfied Correctional Staff : A Review of the Literature on the Correlates of Correctional Staff Job Satisfaction
Eric G. Lambert;Nancy Lynne Hogan;Shannon M. Barton.
Social support's relationship to correctional staff job stress, job involvement, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment
Eric G. Lambert;Kevin I. Minor;James B. Wells;Nancy L. Hogan.
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