Career Development International: Volume 14 Issue 5


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Mood crossover and relational reciprocity

Timothy P. Munyon, Denise M. Breaux, Laci M. Rogers, Pamela L. Perrewé, Wayne A. Hochwarter

Building on reciprocity and crossover theory, this paper aims to examine how mood crossover from one partner in a relational dyad influences the likelihood of reciprocal mood…

Promotion to partner: The importance of relationship competencies and interpersonal style

Stephen A. Stumpf

This longitudinal study seeks to advance the understanding of consultant relationship competencies and interpersonal style in promotions to partner.


The relative importance of motives for international self‐initiated mobility

Kaye Thorn

This paper aims to explore the relative importance of the motives and sub‐motives which influence a highly educated individual's decision to move across global boundaries.


Personal control antidotes to the strain consequences of generational conflict as a stressor: A two‐study constructive replication and extension

Wayne A. Hochwarter, Laci M. Rogers, James K. Summers, James A. Meurs, Pamela L. Perrewé, Gerald R. Ferris

This paper aims to investigate the interactive effects of generational conflict and personal control (i.e. self‐regulation and political skill) on strain‐related outcomes (i.e…


Correlates of intent to leave job and profession for emergency medical technicians and paramedics

Susan A. Chapman, Gary Blau, Robert Pred, Andrea B. Lopez

A very limited number of studies have explored factors related to emergency medical services (EMS) workers leaving their jobs and the profession. This paper aims to investigate…

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