Career Development International: Volume 17 Issue 1


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The older the better!: Age‐related differences in emotion regulation after psychological contract breach

P. Matthijs Bal, Priscilla Smit

The aim of this paper was to investigate the role of emotion regulation and age in reactions to psychological contract breach towards positive and negative affect. The authors…


Differential effects of identification on extra‐role behavior

Rachel E. Kane, Marshall J. Magnusen, Pamela L. Perrewé

This research aims to utilize Social Identity Theory to examine the role of identification on two forms of extra‐role behaviors, namely, organizational citizenship behaviors (OCB…


The relationship between networking behaviors and the Big Five personality dimensions

Hans‐Georg Wolff, Sowon Kim

The purpose of this paper is to suggest a comprehensive framework to elucidate the relationship between personality and networking. Using the Five Factor Model as a framework, the…


The influence of general beliefs on the formation of justice expectations: The moderating role of direct experiences

Brigitte Geenen, Karin Proost, Bert Schreurs, Marius van Dijke, Eva Derous, Karel De Witte, Jasper von Grumbkow

The purpose of this paper was to investigate the influence of applicants' justice beliefs (i.e. belief in a just world and belief in tests) on justice expectations with respect to…

Attitudes towards aging and older people's intentions to continue working: a Taiwanese study

Luo Lu

The aim of this research is to examine attitudinal correlates of older adults' (aged 60 and above) intentions to continue working in older age.

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