If you find the UST Work and Well-being Study interesting, these items will provide further context and deepen your understanding.
Rothausen, T.J., Larson, A.M., & Christenson, S.M. "Expanding 'Desirability' of Turnover: Hedonic and Eudaimonic Job Satisfactions and Well-being." Accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference, Boston, August 2012.
Rothausen, T.J. "Whole Job Satisfaction as Job-specific Well-being." Accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA), Orlando, August 2012.
Rothausen, T.J., Malshe, A. & Arnold, J.K. "Emotional and Physical Strain, Well-being and Coping Cycles in Voluntary Turnover." Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP; Division 14 of the American Psychological Association), San Diego, April 2012.
• Selected for Featured Top Rated Posters session at the All-Conference Reception as a result of “extremely high ratings and very favorable comments.”
Rothausen, T.J. "Unpacking Work-family: Core Overarching but Under-identified Issues. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice 4 (2011), 379-384.
Rothausen, T.J., Gonzalez, J.A. and Griffin, A.E.C. "Are All the Parts There Everywhere? Facet Job Satisfaction in the United States and the Philippines." Asia Pacific Journal of Management 26 (2009), 681-700.
Rath, T. & Harter, J. "Well-being: The Five Essential Elements." New York: Gallup Press, 2010.
Wright, T.A. & Bonett, D.G. "Job Satisfaction and Psychological Well-being as Nonadditive Predictors of Workplace Turnover." Journal of Management 33 (2007), 141-160.
Wright, T.A. & Cropanzano, R. "Psychological Well-being and Job Satisfaction as Predictors of Job Performance." Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 83 (2000), 486-493.