Daniel B. Turban

University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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Turban DB, Yan W. (2016) Relationship of eudaimonia and hedonia with work outcomes Journal of Managerial Psychology. 31: 1006-1020
Van Hoye G, Turban DB. (2015) Applicant-Employee Fit in Personality: Testing predictions from similarity-attraction theory and trait activation theory International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 23: 210-223
Slaughter JE, Cable DM, Turban DB. (2014) Changing job seekers' image perceptions during recruitment visits: the moderating role of belief confidence. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 99: 1146-58
da Motta Veiga SP, Turban DB. (2014) Are affect and perceived stress detrimental or beneficial to job seekers? The role of learning goal orientation in job search self-regulation Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 125: 193-203
Turban DB, Lee FK, Veiga SPdM, et al. (2013) Be Happy, don't Wait: The Role of Trait Affect in Job Search Personnel Psychology. 66: 483-514
Gupta VK, Turban DB, Pareek A. (2013) Differences Between Men and Women in Opportunity Evaluation as a Function of Gender Stereotypes and Stereotype Activation Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice. 37: 771-788
Haggard DL, Turban DB. (2012) The mentoring relationship as a context for psychological contract development Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 42: 1904-1931
Wu SY, Turban DB, Cheung YH. (2012) Social skill in workplace mentoring relationships Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict. 16: 61-72
Gupta VK, Turban DB. (2012) Evaluation of new business ideas: Do gender stereotypes play a role? Journal of Managerial Issues. 24: 140-156
Longo DR, Katerndahl DA, Turban DB, et al. (2011) The research mentoring relationship in family medicine: findings from the grant generating project. Family Medicine. 43: 240-7
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