2017 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Job performance, Demographic economics, Job satisfaction and Developmental psychology. His Social psychology study frequently links to other fields, such as Work–family conflict. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention and Expatriate in addition to Job performance.
The various areas that Mo Wang examines in his Demographic economics study include Bridge, Continuity theory, Role theory, Health and Retirement Study and Life course approach. His Job satisfaction study combines topics in areas such as Equivalence, Data collection, Item response theory, Multilevel mediation and Empowerment. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Interpersonal communication, Meta-analysis and MEDLINE.
Mo Wang mainly investigates Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Applied psychology, Job performance and Perspective. While working in this field, Mo Wang studies both Social psychology and Practical implications. His Developmental psychology and Young adult and Age differences investigations all form part of his Developmental psychology research activities.
His Applied psychology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Test. His study ties his expertise on Expatriate together with the subject of Job performance. His Big Five personality traits and Neuroticism investigations are all subjects of Personality research.
Mo Wang focuses on Social psychology, Applied psychology, Knowledge management, Perspective and Developmental psychology. His study in the field of Affect is also linked to topics like Trait. Affect is frequently linked to Turnover in his study.
His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Service delivery framework, Intervention, Set and Psychosocial. As part of his studies on Knowledge management, Mo Wang often connects relevant subjects like Creativity. His study deals with a combination of Perspective and Time perspective.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Applied psychology, Emotional exhaustion, Human resource management and Time perspective. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from PsycINFO, Socioemotional selectivity theory, Latent growth modeling and Action. His research integrates issues of Intervention, Psychosocial, Best practice, Work engagement and Service delivery framework in his study of Applied psychology.
Mo Wang integrates many fields, such as Emotional exhaustion and engineering, in his works. His research in Human resource management intersects with topics in Work ability, Marketing, Service, Stress appraisal and Negative relationship. As a member of one scientific family, Mo Wang mostly works in the field of Time perspective, focusing on Developmental psychology and, on occasion, Older people.
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Employee Retirement: A Review and Recommendations for Future Investigation
Mo Wang;Kenneth S. Shultz.
Journal of Management (2010)
The validity of the multi-informant approach to assessing child and adolescent mental health.
Andres De Los Reyes;Tara M. Augenstein;Mo Wang;Sarah A. Thomas.
Psychological Bulletin (2015)
Profiling retirees in the retirement transition and adjustment process: examining the longitudinal change patterns of retirees' psychological well-being.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2007)
Leader-follower congruence in proactive personality and work outcomes: The mediating role of leader-member exchange
Zhen Zhang;Mo Wang;Junqi Shi.
Academy of Management Journal (2012)
Linking the Big Five personality constructs to organizational commitment
Jesse Erdheim;Mo. Wang;Michael J. Zickar.
Personality and Individual Differences (2006)
Retirement adjustment: a review of theoretical and empirical advancements
Mo Wang;Kène Henkens;Hanna van Solinge.
American Psychologist (2011)
Antecedents of bridge employment: a longitudinal investigation.
Mo Wang;Yujie Zhan;Songqi Liu;Kenneth S. Shultz.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2008)
Unfolding the Proactive Process for Creativity Integration of the Employee Proactivity, Information Exchange, and Psychological Safety Perspectives
Yaping Gong;Siu Yin Cheung;Mo Wang;Jia Chi Huang.
Journal of Management (2012)
Daily customer mistreatment and employee sabotage against customers: Examining emotion and resource perspectives.
Mo Wang;Hui Liao;Yujie Zhan;Junqi Shi.
Academy of Management Journal (2011)
Psychological perspectives on the changing nature of retirement.
Kenneth S. Shultz;Mo Wang.
American Psychologist (2011)
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