I am enjoying working in the area of job fit with a small group of other scholars. This research is being led by Marina Astakhova, a colleague at The University of Texas at Tyler. Here’s what we’ve done so far:
Naydanova, E., Beal, B. D., Doty, H. 2018. Internet use for school-mandated and self-initiated learning: Good, bad or both? Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 21(7): 444-449. [post]
Astakhova, M. N., Beal, B. D., & Camp, K. M. 2017. A cross-cultural examination of the curvilinear relationship between perceived demands-abilities fit and risk-taking propensity. Journal of Business Research, 79: 41-51.
Naydanova, E., & Beal, B. D. 2016. Harmonious and obsessive passion, competence, and self-worth: A study of high school students in the U.S. and Russia. Computers in Human Behavior, 64 (2016): 88-93.
Astakhova, M., Beal, B. D., Schriesheim, C. A, & Camp, K. M. 2015. The dark side of job fit: A cross-cultural examination of the curvilinear relationship between perceived demands-abilities fit and risk-taking propensity. Presented at the Academy of Management 2015 Meeting, Organizational Behavior division, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, August 7-11, 2015.