Clive J. Fullagar

Department of Psychology Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, United States 
Industrial Psychology, Personality Psychology, Psychometrics Psychology, Management Business Administration
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Culbertson SS, Fullagar CJ, Simmons MJ, et al. (2015) Contagious Flow: Antecedents and Consequences of Optimal Experience in the Classroom Journal of Management Education. 39: 319-349
Fullagar CJ, Knight PA, Sovern HS. (2013) Challenge/skill balance, flow, and performance anxiety Applied Psychology. 62: 236-259
Culbertson SS, Mills MJ, Fullagar CJ. (2012) Work engagement and work-family facilitation: Making homes happier through positive affective spillover Human Relations. 65: 1155-1177
Mills MJ, Culbertson SS, Fullagar CJ. (2012) Conceptualizing and Measuring Engagement: An Analysis of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale Journal of Happiness Studies. 13: 519-545
Demerouti E, Bakker AB, Sonnentag S, et al. (2012) Work-related flow and energy at work and at home: A study on the role of daily recovery Journal of Organizational Behavior. 33: 276-295
Culbertson SS, Fullagar CJ, Mills MJ. (2010) Feeling good and doing great: the relationship between psychological capital and well-being. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 15: 421-33
Weyhrauch WS, Culbertson SS, Mills MJ, et al. (2010) Engaging the engagers: Implications for the improvement of extension work design Journal of Extension. 48: 1-11
Steele JP, Fullagar CJ. (2009) Facilitators and outcomes of student engagement in a college setting. The Journal of Psychology. 143: 5-27
Fullagar CJ, Kelloway EK. (2009) 'Flow' at work: An experience sampling approach Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 82: 595-615
Mills MJ, Fullagar CJ. (2008) Motivation and flow: toward an understanding of the dynamics of the relation in architecture students. The Journal of Psychology. 142: 533-53
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