Her main research concerns Social psychology, Interpersonal relationship, Pedagogy, Developmental psychology and Meta-analysis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Content analysis and Operationalization in addition to Social psychology. As part of the same scientific family, Lillian T. Eby usually focuses on Content analysis, concentrating on Work–family enrichment and intersecting with Occupational stress, Social environment and Categorization.
In Interpersonal relationship, Lillian T. Eby works on issues like Mentorship, which are connected to Interpersonal interaction, Quality, Social relation and Psychosocial. In her work, Gratification and Coaching is strongly intertwined with Medical education, which is a subfield of Pedagogy. Her work on Internal locus as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Well-being, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Substance abuse, Applied psychology, Clinical psychology and Interpersonal relationship. Her work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Content analysis and Perception. Her Substance abuse research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pharmacotherapy, Implementation research and Public health.
Her Interpersonal relationship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychosocial, Pedagogy and Mentorship. Lillian T. Eby combines subjects such as Promotion, Human resource management and Career management with her study of Career development. Job satisfaction connects with themes related to Developmental psychology in her study.
Lillian T. Eby focuses on Substance abuse, Social psychology, Applied psychology, Clinical psychology and Medical education. Lillian T. Eby has included themes like Pharmacotherapy, Implementation research and Environmental health in her Substance abuse study. Her research brings together the fields of Perception and Social psychology.
Her Applied psychology research integrates issues from Workplace relationships and Mindfulness. Her Clinical psychology research focuses on Addiction treatment and how it connects with Clinical skills. Her research in Medical education intersects with topics in Diversity, Pedagogy and Gender studies.
Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Social psychology, Training, Mindfulness and Public relations. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Pharmacotherapy, Clinical skills and Addiction treatment. Much of her study explores Social psychology relationship to Perception.
Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Duration, Applied psychology and Primary care in her study of Training. Her Public relations research includes elements of Order, Field research, Data collection and Applied research. Lillian T. Eby interconnects Perceived organizational support, Workplace relationships, Interpersonal relationship and Social learning theory in the investigation of issues within Organizational citizenship behavior.
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PREDICTORS OF OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE CAREER SUCCESS: A META‐ANALYSIS
Thomas W. H. Ng;Lillian T. Eby;Kelly L. Sorensen;Daniel C. Feldman.
Work and family research in IO/OB: Content analysis and review of the literature (1980–2002)
Lillian T. Eby;Wendy J. Casper;Angie Lockwood;Chris Bordeaux.
Career benefits associated with mentoring for protégés: A meta-analysis
Tammy D. Allen;Lillian T. Eby;Mark L. Poteet;Elizabeth Lentz.
Predictors of success in the era of the boundaryless career
Lillian T. Eby;Marcus Butts;Angie Lockwood.
Does Mentoring Matter? A Multidisciplinary Meta-Analysis Comparing Mentored and Non-Mentored Individuals
Lillian T. Eby;Tammy D. Allen;Sarah C. Evans;Thomas Ng.
Perceptions of Organizational Readiness for Change: Factors Related to Employees' Reactions to the Implementation of Team-Based Selling
Lillian T. Eby;Danielle M. Adams;Joyce E.A. Russell;Stephen H. Gaby.
Locus of control at work: a meta‐analysis
Thomas W. H. Ng;Kelly L. Sorensen;Lillian T. Eby.
Motivational bases of affective organizational commitment: A partial test of an integrative theoretical model
Lillian T. Eby;Deena M. Freeman;Michael C. Rush;Charles E. Lance.
Book Review: Survey Research Methods, 3rd ed., by Floyd J. Fowler Jr. (2002). Thousand Oaks, Ca: Sage.
Lillian T. Eby.
A review of research methods in IO/OB work-family research.
Wendy J. Casper;Lillian T. Eby;Christopher Bordeaux;Angie Lockwood.
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