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Practical matters How to find us A.C. (Anita) Keller, Dr

Research interests

Employee and leader well-being; self-regulation; self-concept; work transitions; careers; longitudinal research


Career Planning and Self-efficacy as Predictors of Students’ Career-Related Worry: Direct and Mediated Pathways

Job demands, not resources, predict worsening psychological distress during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic

On the asymmetry of losses and gains: Implications of changing work conditions for well-being

Becoming Comfortable with the Uncomfortable: The Paradoxical Role of Learning in the Coping Process

Do influence at work and possibilities for development mitigate the impact of job demands for workers with and without depression

Goldilocks work conditions for all ages: Age-conditional effects of work design profiles on well-being

The rise and fall of job insecurity during a pandemic: The role of habitual coping

Adding insult to injury: Illegitimate stressors and their association with situational well-being, social self-esteem, and desire for revenge

Boosting job performance when working from home: Four key strategies

Mapping the Moods of COVID-19: Global Study Uses Data Visualization to Track Psychological Responses, Identify Targets for Intervention

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What Is the Value of ‘Tattle Tech’ in the Modern Workplace?

Is the future of work hybrid?

Why remote work has eroded trust among colleagues

Strike the right work-home balance

Struggling To Work At Home And In The Office?

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