Publications

Hoda Vaziri2

Hoda Vaziri, PhD



REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Slaughter, J., Gabriel, A., Ganster, M., Vaziri, H., MacGowan, R., (In Press). Getting worse or
getting better? Understanding the antecedents and consequences of emotion profile transitions
during COVID-19-induced organizational crisis
. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Wayne, J., Vaziri H., Casper, W. (2021). Work-nonwork balance: Development and validation of a global and multidimensional measure. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
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Vaziri H., Casper, W., Wayne, J., & Matthews, R. (2020). Changes to the work-family interface during the COVID-19 pandemic: Examining predictors and implications using latent transition analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology
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de Bloom, J., Vaziri H., Tay, L., & Kujanpaeae, M. (2020). An identity-based integrative needs model of crafting: Crafting within and across life domains. Journal of Applied Psychology
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Benson, G., McIntosh, C., Salazar, M., & Vaziri, H. (2020). Cultural values and definitions of career success. Human Resource Management Journal
         – Finalist for HR Division’s International HRM Scholarly Research Award, AOM, 2021 
         – Career Division’s Best International Paper Award, Academy of Management, 2013
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Vaziri, H., Tay, L., Parrigon, S., Bradburn, N., & Pawelski, J. (2019). STEM or humanities? Toward a balance of interest fit. Frontiers in Education
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 Vaziri, H., Benson, G., & Salazar, M. (2019). Hardworking coworkers: A multi-level cross-national look at group work hours and work-family conflict. Journal of Organizational Behavior
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Vaziri, H., Tay, L., Keith, G., & Pawelski, J. (2019). History, literature, and philosophy: A systematic review of positive functioning. Journal of Positive Psychology.
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Casper, W., Vaziri H., Wayne, J., DeHauw, S., & Greenhaus, J. (2018). The jingle-jangle of work-nonwork balance: A comprehensive review of its meaning and measurement. Journal of Applied Psychology.
         – Winner of William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award, SIOP, 2020
         – Finalist for Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research, 2019            
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BOOK CHAPTERS

Casper, W., Wayne, J., Rice, F., Vaziri, H., (In Press). Work-nonwork balance and employee well-being. In Lapierre, L. & Cooper, C. (Eds). Organisational Stress and Well-Being. Cambridge University Press.

Vaziri H., Bradburn, N. (In Press). Flourishing Effects of Integrating the Arts and Humanities in STEM Education: A Review of Past Studies and an Agenda for Future Research. In Pawelski, J. & Tay, L. (Eds) Handbook of Humanities and Human Flourishing.

UNDER REVIEW AND REVISIONS

Vaziri, H., Wayne, J., Casper, W., Lapierre, L., Greenhaus, J., Amirkamali, F., & Li, Y. (2nd Revise & Resubmit). [Meta-analysis of work-family balance]. Journal of Organizational Behavior

Greenbaum, R., Butts, M., Vogel, R. Quade, M., Mawritz, M., & Vaziri, H. (under 2nd submission). [Social media and workplace interactions]. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Vaziri, H., Butts, M., & Cooper, D. (Under 1st Review). [Work-nonwork identity coactivation]. Organization Science.

Yaden, D., Batz-Barbarich, C., Vaziri, H., Ng, V., Pawelski, J., Tay, L. (Under 1st Review). [Religion and life satisfaction meta-analysis]. Journal of Happiness Studies.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Benson, G., McIntosh, C., Salazar, M., & Vaziri, H. (2013). Defining career success: A cross-cultural comparison. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, FL.
         – Career Division’s Best International Paper Award, Academy of Management, 2013

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Vaziri, H., & Butts, M. (2019). Adapting the day reconstruction method for episodic work-family research. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Harbor, MD.

Vaziri, H. (2018). Me, myself, and I, at work and at home, today, tomorrow, and the day after: Understanding intra-individual multiple selves across the work-nonwork interface. Paper accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management 2018. 

Vaziri, H. (2017). ERG involvement and employee attitudes and well-being: The why and the when. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA.
         Joseph Rosenstein Research Award, University of Texas at Arlington, 2017 

Greenbaum, R., Butts, M., Quade, M., Vaziri, H., Mawritz, M., Bonner, J. (2017). Should I “friend” my coworker? The effect of social media posts on workplace relationships. Paper presented at the Academy of Management, Atlanta, GA. 

Vaziri, H., & Butts, M. (2016). Dynamic relationships between work-to-family conflict and family-to-work conflict: An LCS model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
         – Joseph Rosenstein Research Award, University of Texas at Arlington, 2016

Vaziri, H., & Benson, G. (2016). Hard working coworkers: A multi-level cross-cultural look at group work hours and work-family conflict. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA. 

Marquardt, D., Brown, L., Vaziri, H., & Butts, M. (2016). A process model of ethical leadership: A meta-analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA. 

Amirkamali, F., Vaziri, H., Casper, W., DeHauw, S., Wayne, J., Greenhaus, J. (2016). Work-life balance, its antecedents, and outcomes: A meta-analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Work and Family Researchers Network, Washington, DC. 

Marquardt, D., Brown, L., Vaziri, H., & Butts, M. (2015). Moral person and moral manager: A meta-analytic mediation model of ethical leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Management Association, St. Pete Beach, FL. 

Vaziri, H. (2014). Culture, globalization, and generations: Implications for practice and future research. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Management Association, Savannah, GA.