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Hirschi, Andreas; Nagy, Noemi; Baumeler, Franziska; Leeming, Claire S.; Spurk, Daniel (2017). Assessing Key Predictors of Career Success: Development and Validation of the Career Resources Questionnaire. Journal of Career Assessment, p. 106907271769558. Sage 10.1177/1069072717695584


Spurk, Daniel; Hirschi, Andreas; Kauffeld, Simone (2016). A new perspective on the etiology of workaholism: The role of personal and contextual career-related antecedents. Journal of Career Assessment, 24(4), pp. 747-764. Sage 10.1177/1069072715616127

Hirschi, Andreas; Herrmann, Anne; Nagy, Noemi; Spurk, Daniel (2016). All in the name of work? Nonwork orientations as predictors of salary, career, satisfaction, and life satisfaction. Journal of vocational behavior, 95-96, pp. 45-57. Elsevier 10.1016/j.jvb.2016.07.006

Keller, Anita C.; Spurk, Daniel; Baumeler, Franziska; Hirschi, Andreas (2016). Competitive climate and workaholism: Negative sides of future orientation and calling. Personality and individual differences, 96, pp. 122-126. Elsevier 10.1016/j.paid.2016.02.061

Spurk, Daniel; Keller, Anita C.; Hirschi, Andreas (2016). Do bad guys get ahead of fall behind? Relationships of the dark triad of personality with objective and subjective career success. Social psychological and personality science, 7(2), pp. 113-121. Sage 10.1177/1948550615609735

Jaensch, Vanessa, K.; Hirschi, Andreas; Spurk, Daniel (2016). The relationships of vocational interest congruence, differentiation, and elevation to career preparedness among university students. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 60(2), pp. 79-89. Hogrefe 10.1026/0932-4089/a000210


Spurk, Daniel; Abele, Andrea E.; Volmer, Judith (2015). The Career Satisfaction Scale in Context: A Test for Measurement Invariance Across Four Occupational Groups. Journal of Career Assessment, 23(2), pp. 191-209. Sage 10.1177/1069072714535019

Spurk, Daniel; Kauffeld, Simone; Meinecke, Annika L.; Ebner, Katharina (2015). Why do adaptable people feel less insecure? Indirect effects of career adaptability on job and career insecurity via two types of perceived marketability (In Press). Journal of Career Assessment Sage

Massenberg, Ann-Christine; Spurk, Daniel; Kauffeld, Simone (2015). Social Support at the Workplace, Motivation to Transfer, and Training Transfer: A Multi-Level Indirect Effects Model (In Press). International Journal of Training and Development, 19(2) Wiley

Volmer, Judith; Spurk, Daniel (2015). Organisationspsychologie (In Press). In: Schütz, Astrid; Brand, Matthias; Selg, Herbert; Lautenbacher, Stefan (eds.) Psychologie: Eine Einführung in ihre Grundlagen und Anwendungsfelder (5. Aufl.) (pp. 423-433). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer


Spurk, Daniel; Kauffeld, Simone; Barthauer, Luisa; Heinemann, Nora S. R. (2014). Fostering networking behavior, career planning and optimism, and subjective career success: An intervention study. Journal of vocational behavior, 87, pp. 134-144. Academic Press 10.1016/j.jvb.2014.12.007

Spurk, Daniel; Meinecke, Annika L.; Kauffeld, Simone; Volmer, Judith (2014). Gender, Professional Networks, and Subjective Career Success within Early Academic Science Careers: The Role of Gender Composition in Inside and Outside Departmental Support Networks (In Press). Journal of Personnel Psychology Hogrefe

Spurk, Daniel; Abele, Andrea E. (2014). Synchronous and Time-Lagged Effects between Occupational Self-Efficacy and Objective and Subjective Career Success: Findings from a Four-Wave and 9-Year Longitudinal Study. Journal of vocational behavior, 84(2), pp. 119-132. Academic Press 10.1016/j.jvb.2013.12.002

Sauer, Nils Christian; Kauffeld, Simone; Spurk, Daniel (2014). Männer, Frauen und ihre Art zu netzwerken - Einfluss auf die Karriere von Berufsanfängern. Personal quarterly, 66(2), pp. 18-23. Haufe-Lexware


Spurk, Daniel; Volmer, Judith; Hagmaier, Tamara; Kauffeld, Simone (2013). Why are proactive people more successful in their careers? The role of career adaptability in explaining multiple career success criteria. In: Crossman, Elizabeth E.; Weiler, Maria A. (eds.) Personality Traits: Causes, Conceptions and Consequences (pp. 27-48). New York: Nova Publishers

Spurk, Daniel; Volmer, Judith; Abele, Andrea E. (2013). Prognose von Berufserfolg: Überblick und aktuelle Trends. In: Pahl, Jürg-Peter; Herkner, Volkmar (eds.) Handbuch Berufsforschung (pp. 434-440). Gütersloh: Bertelsmann

Volmer, Judith; Spurk, Daniel (2013). Belastungen und Stress im Berufsleben: Aktuelle Befunde, Interventionen und Forschungsperspektiven. In: Pahl, Jörg-Peter; Herkner, Volkmar (eds.) Handbuch Berufsforschung (pp. 527-535). Gütersloh: Bertelsmann

Spurk, Daniel; Volmer, Judith (2013). Validierung einer deutschsprachigen Version des Career Futures Inventory (CFI): Berufliche Anpassungsfähigkeit, beruflicher Optimismus, Arbeitsmarktwissen und Berufserfolg. Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 57(2), pp. 77-95. Hogrefe 10.1026/0932-4089/a000106

Abele, Andrea E.; Spurk, Daniel (2013). Messung von Karriereerfolg. In: Sarges, Werner (ed.) Management-Diagnostik (4. Aufl.) (pp. 955-961). Göttingen: Hogrefe

Hagmaier, Tamara; Volmer, Judith; Abele, Andrea E.; Spurk, Daniel (2013). Called and Burnout: Integrating career research with occupational health psychology. In: Doolittle, Benjamin R. (ed.) Psychology of Burnout: New Research (pp. 19-32). New York: Nova Science


Volmer, Judith; Spurk, Daniel; Niessen, Cornelia (2012). Leader–member exchange (LMX), job autonomy, and creative work involvement. The Leadership Quarterly, 23(3), pp. 456-465. Elsevier 10.1016/j.leaqua.2011.10.005

Abele, Andrea E.; Volmer, Judith; Spurk, Daniel (2012). Career stagnation: Underlying dilemmas and solutions in contemporary work environments. In: Reilly, Nora P.; Sirgy, M. Joseph; Gorman, C. Allen (eds.) Work and Quality of Life: Ethical practices in organizations. International Handbooks of Quality-of-Life (pp. 107-133). New York: Springer + Business Media


Volmer, Judith; Niessen, Cornelia; Spurk, Daniel; Linz, Alexandra; Abele, Andrea E. (2011). Reciprocal Relationships between Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) and Job Satisfaction: A Cross‐Lagged Analysis. Applied psychology - an international review, 60(4), pp. 522-545. Blackwell Publishing 10.1111/j.1464-0597.2011.00446.x

Spurk, Daniel; Abele, Andrea E.; Volmer, Judith (2011). The Career Satisfaction Scale: Longitudinal measurement invariance and latent growth analysis. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84(2), pp. 315-326. Wiley 10.1111/j.2044-8325.2011.02028.x

Abele, Andrea E.; Spurk, Daniel (2011). The dual impact of gender and the influence of timing of parenthood on men’s and women’s career development: Longitudinal findings. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 35(3), pp. 225-232. Sage 10.1177/0165025411398181

Spurk, Daniel; Abele, Andrea E. (2011). Who Earns More and Why? A Multiple Mediation Model from Personality to Salary. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(1), pp. 87-103. Springer 10.1007/s10869-010-9184-3

Abele, Andrea E.; Spurk, Daniel; Volmer, Judith (2011). The construct of career success: measurement issues and an empirical example. Journal for Labour Market Research, 43(3), pp. 195-206. Springer 10.1007/s12651-010-0034-6

Volmer, Judith; Spurk, Daniel (2011). Protean and boundaryless career attitudes: relationships with subjective and objective career success. Journal for Labour Market Research, 43(3), pp. 207-218. Springer 10.1007/s12651-010-0037-3


Abele, Andrea E.; Spurk, Daniel (2009). How do objective and subjective career success interrelate over time? Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 82(4), pp. 803-824. Wiley 10.1348/096317909X470924

Abele, Andrea E.; Spurk, Daniel (2009). The longitudinal impact of self-efficacy and career goals on objective and subjective career success. Journal of vocational behavior, 74(1), pp. 53-62. Academic Press 10.1016/j.jvb.2008.10.005


Gendolla, Guido H. E.; Abele, Andrea E.; Andrei, Andrea; Spurk, Daniel; Richter, Michael (2005). Negative mood, self-focused attention, and the experience of physical symptoms: the joint impact hypothesis. Emotion, 5(2), pp. 131-144. American Psychological Association 10.1037/1528-3542.5.2.131

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