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Yi-Ren Wang

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Assistant Professor I of Organizational Behavior, International Faculty Fellow at MIT

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Organizational Behavior, Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Yi-Ren Wang is an Assistant Professor I of Organizational Behavior at Asia School of Business. She received her Ph.D. in Management from the University of Alabama. She received her master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University at Albany, State University of New York, and her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from National Taiwan University.

In 2022, she was selected by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology to receive the 2022 S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award. Her research interests include precarious work, workplace inequality, behavioral poverty trap, socioeconomic mobility, work motivation, fairness, work-family dynamics, employee well-being, and workplace trauma. The ultimate goal of her research is to identify ways to reduce social disparities and promote upward mobility, particularly for workers in underprivileged conditions.

She has ongoing projects aiming to 1) explain the motivational and behavioral challenges faced by underprivileged workers at work, 2) highlight the importance of organizational justice for promoting a long-term perspective and career investment for workers in precarity, and 3) theorize the transmission of occupational strain across life boundaries and between individuals.

  • Wayne, J. H., Mills, M. J., Wang, Y.-R., Matthews, R. A., & Whitman, M. V. Who’s Remembering to Buy the Eggs? The Meaning, Measurement, and Implications of Invisible Family Load. (2023). Journal of Business and Psychology, 38, 1159–1184. Recognized with an Editor Commendation from the Journal of Business and Psychology.
  • Ford, M. T., Wang, Y.-R., Matthews, R. A., & Wayne, J. (2023). Energy, Attentional Resources, and Work-Family Conflict over the Meso-Term: Resource Loss Spirals Revisited. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 44(8), 1204-1229.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Crede, M., Harms, P. D., & Lester, P (in press). A Meta-Analysis on the Crossover of Workplace Traumatic Stress Symptoms between Partners. Journal of Applied Psychology.
  • Matthews, R. A., Smith, C., Wayne, J., Casper, W., Wang, Y.-R. & Streit, J. (2022) Resign or Carry-on? District and Principal Leadership as Drivers of Change in Teacher Turnover Intentions During the COVID-19 Crisis: A Latent Growth Model Examination. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 95(3), 687-717.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Black K. J. & Martin, A. (2021). Antecedents and Outcomes of Daily Anticipated Stress and Stress Forecasting Errors. Stress & Health, 37(5), 898-913.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2020). Financial Inadequacy and the Disadvantageous Changes in Time Perspective and Goal Striving Strategies throughout Life. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 41(9), 895-914.Proposal received Government Study Aboard Scholarship from Ministry of Education, Taiwan.
  • King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lowman, G. H. (2020) Analytics as a Tool in Major Selection: Exploring Student Reactions. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2020(1), 11713.
  • Lowman, G. H., King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lewis, D. W. (2020) The Acceptability of HR Analytics: Exploring the Importance of the Individual Perspective, 2020(1), 13899.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2019). Shifts and Variability in Daily Interpersonal Justice are Associated with Psychological Detachment and Affect at home. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 115, 1-14.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2019). Financial Adequacy Affects Changes in Temporal Focus and Goal Striving Strategies Throughout Life. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019(1), 18413.
  • Wang, Y.-R. & Huh, Y. (2019). Empower the Powerless: Practical Implications for Breaking Silence. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 12, 350-354.
  • Ford, M. T., Wang, Y.-R., & Huh, Y. (2018). Work, the work-family interface, and subjective well-being. In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of well-being. Salt Lake City, UT: DEF Publishers.
  • Smith, C., Henderson, A., & Wang, Y.-R. (2024, April) When niceness is (ab)normal: Is norm-abiding or -violating incivility more harmful? Poster to be presented at the 2024 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference in Chicago, the United States.
  • Ng, N. & Wang, Y.-R. (2023, July) A good life for teleworkers? Workload, productivity, and professional isolation while teleworking. A Good Life for the Fluid Workforce: Illusion or Reality? Symposium presented at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the European Group of Organizational Studies Colloquium in Cagliari, Italy.
  • Hu, X., Jang, S., Baranik, L., Gabrenya, W. K., Glazer, S, Ion, A., Jiang, L., Fila, M., Smith, R. W., & Wang, Y.-R. (2023 April). Crossing the Line without Crossing the Line: Best Practice in Cross-Cultural Research [Panel]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Boston, MA, United States.
  • Lezcano, A., Chappel, J., Jang, S., Wang, Y.-R., & Allen. T., (2023, April) To Return or Not to Return: Motivations For and Against Returning to the Office. Poster to be presented at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Boston, MA, the United States.
  • Wayne, J. H., Mills, M. J., Wang, Y.-R., Whitman, M., Matthews, R. A. (2023, April). Gender differences in mental load: A matter of degree, dimension, or both? Beyond Conflict: Gender Differences in Invisible Labor and Boundary Management. Symposium to be presented at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Boston, MA, the United States.
  • Wang, Y.-R. & Ford, M. T., (2022, August). Invisible Inequalities: Socioeconomic Disadvantages Affect Perception, Personality, and Motivation. Symposium presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, Washington.
  • Wang, Y.-R. & Ford, M. T., (2022, August). Precarious Work and Belief in Delayed Pay-off Explain Workers’ Temporally-Discounting Patterns. Paper presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, Washington.
  • Roman, J.R., Van Egdom, D., Hicks, C., Madera, J., Mattingly, V., Murphy, L, Price, N., Spitzmueller, C., Waiwood, A., & Wang, Y.-R. (2022, April). Applying Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to Work-Family Research and Practice [Alternative Session]. Presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, the United States.
  • Wang, Y.-R. (2021, December). Inclusion is Great, but Are Leaders Ready for this? Let’s Start with Understanding the Judgmental Biases and Hidden Privileges in Modern Workplaces. Poster presented at the 2021 ASB Symposium: The Skills of The Future.
  • Chen, H.-T, & Wang, Y.-R. (2021, July). The Roles of Financial Stress, Perceived Supervisory Support, Job Insecurity in Hospitality Employees’ Work-Family Conflict. Paper to be presented at the 2021 annual meeting of the Hospitality & Tourism Educators.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Huh, Y. (2021, May). The Crossover Effect of Resource Scarcity and Cognitive Mindsets on Partner’s Motivational Outcomes for Work and Family. Poster presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of The Eastern Academy of Management.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Huh, Y. Resource Scarcity in COVID-19 and Crossover of the Fixed-Pie Work-Life Ideology. (2021, April). On the Same Page: Employee-Partner Congruence on Work-Family Constructs. Symposium presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Huh, Y. Financial Stress and Proactive Coping in Response to Anticipated Work-Family. (2021, April). Implications of Financial Vulnerability: Examining the Understudied. Symposium presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, USA.
  • Odle-Dusseau, H., Wang Y.-R., Matthews, R., Wayne, J. (2021, April). Financial Hardships as Gendered Experiences. Implications of Financial Vulnerability: Examining the Understudied. Symposium presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Martin, A., & Black K. J. (2020, October). Antecedents and Outcomes of Daily Anticipated Stress and Stress Forecasting Errors. Paper presented at the 2020 Southern Management Association Meeting, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA.
  • Jordan, S. L., Palmer, J. C., Paustian-Underdahl, S. C., Wang, Y. -R., King, J. E., & Halbesleben, J. R. B. (2020, October). Going Above and Beyond…Me? How Supervisors Perceive Subordinate Work-to-Home Integration Behavior. Paper to be presented at the 2020 Southern Management Association Meeting, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA.
  • King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lowman, G. H. (2020, August). Analytics as a Tool in Major Selection: Exploring Student Reactions. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Lowman, G. H., King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lewis, D. W. (2020, August). The Acceptability of HR Analytics: Exploring the Importance of the Individual Perspective. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Martin, A., & Black K. J. (2020, April). Effects of Anticipatory Stress and Stress Forecasting on Well-being Outcomes. Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Crede, M., Harms, P. D., Ford, M. T. & Lester, P. (2020, April). A Meta-Analysis on Crossover of Workplace Traumatic Experiences between Partners. Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2020, February). Exploring the Determinants of Preparedness for Work-Family Conflict: Forecasting, Planning and Dyadic Coping with Partners. Poster presented at Crimson Conference on Work & Family, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2019, December). Shift and Variability in Daily Interpersonal Justice are Associated with Psychological Detachment and Affect at Home. Poster presented at the department of Psychology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Zhuang, W., Brady, L., Pervez, A., Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (2019, November). Meta-Analytic Relationships Between Work Factors and Health Behaviors. Presented at the 13th Work, Stress and Health conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2019, November). Job Insecurity and the Work-Family Tradeoffs: A Resource Scarcity Perspective. Poster presented at the 13th Work, Stress and Health conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Brady, L., Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (2019, October). Job Insecurity and the Prioritizing Work Over Family: Evidence From Representative National Samples. Presented at the 2019 Southern Management Association Meeting, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. Financial Adequacy Affects Changes in Temporal Focus and Goal Striving Strategies Throughout Life. (2019, August). Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  • Odle-Dusseau, H., Matthews, R., Wayne, J., Wang Y.-R. (2019, August). Managing a Financial Hardship: A Multilevel Analysis of Community- and Individual-level Predictors of Employee Well-being. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2019, March). Shift and Variability in Daily Interpersonal Justice are Associated with Psychological Detachment and Affect at Home. Poster presented at the Culverhouse Research Showcase, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2017, April). The Cost of Inconsistent Supervisor Treatment on Psychological Detachment and Daily Home Affect – A Multilevel Longitudinal Study. In M. T. Ford (chair), New Within-Person Perspectives on Affect across Work and Home. Symposium conducted at the 32th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Huh, Y., Ford, M. T., & Wang, Y.-R. (2017, April). Industry-Level Economic Demands, Job Demands and Work-Family Conflict., Exploring Macro-Level Factors Impacting Individual Work-Family Experience. Symposium conducted at the 32th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Tetrick, L. E. (2015, May) A Conceptual Model: Understanding adjustments and outcomes of overqualification from the perspectives of work volition, psychological reactance and learned helplessness. Poster session presented at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA.

Yi-Ren Wang is an Assistant Professor I of Organizational Behavior at Asia School of Business. She received her Ph.D. in Management from the University of Alabama. She received her master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University at Albany, State University of New York, and her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from National Taiwan University.

In 2022, she was selected by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology to receive the 2022 S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award. Her research interests include precarious work, workplace inequality, behavioral poverty trap, socioeconomic mobility, work motivation, fairness, work-family dynamics, employee well-being, and workplace trauma. The ultimate goal of her research is to identify ways to reduce social disparities and promote upward mobility, particularly for workers in underprivileged conditions.

She has ongoing projects aiming to 1) explain the motivational and behavioral challenges faced by underprivileged workers at work, 2) highlight the importance of organizational justice for promoting a long-term perspective and career investment for workers in precarity, and 3) theorize the transmission of occupational strain across life boundaries and between individuals.

  • Wayne, J. H., Mills, M. J., Wang, Y.-R., Matthews, R. A., & Whitman, M. V. Who’s Remembering to Buy the Eggs? The Meaning, Measurement, and Implications of Invisible Family Load. (2023). Journal of Business and Psychology, 38, 1159–1184. Recognized with an Editor Commendation from the Journal of Business and Psychology.
  • Ford, M. T., Wang, Y.-R., Matthews, R. A., & Wayne, J. (2023). Energy, Attentional Resources, and Work-Family Conflict over the Meso-Term: Resource Loss Spirals Revisited. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 44(8), 1204-1229.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Crede, M., Harms, P. D., & Lester, P (in press). A Meta-Analysis on the Crossover of Workplace Traumatic Stress Symptoms between Partners. Journal of Applied Psychology.
  • Matthews, R. A., Smith, C., Wayne, J., Casper, W., Wang, Y.-R. & Streit, J. (2022) Resign or Carry-on? District and Principal Leadership as Drivers of Change in Teacher Turnover Intentions During the COVID-19 Crisis: A Latent Growth Model Examination. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 95(3), 687-717.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Black K. J. & Martin, A. (2021). Antecedents and Outcomes of Daily Anticipated Stress and Stress Forecasting Errors. Stress & Health, 37(5), 898-913.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2020). Financial Inadequacy and the Disadvantageous Changes in Time Perspective and Goal Striving Strategies throughout Life. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 41(9), 895-914.Proposal received Government Study Aboard Scholarship from Ministry of Education, Taiwan.
  • King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lowman, G. H. (2020) Analytics as a Tool in Major Selection: Exploring Student Reactions. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2020(1), 11713.
  • Lowman, G. H., King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lewis, D. W. (2020) The Acceptability of HR Analytics: Exploring the Importance of the Individual Perspective, 2020(1), 13899.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2019). Shifts and Variability in Daily Interpersonal Justice are Associated with Psychological Detachment and Affect at home. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 115, 1-14.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2019). Financial Adequacy Affects Changes in Temporal Focus and Goal Striving Strategies Throughout Life. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019(1), 18413.
  • Wang, Y.-R. & Huh, Y. (2019). Empower the Powerless: Practical Implications for Breaking Silence. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 12, 350-354.
  • Ford, M. T., Wang, Y.-R., & Huh, Y. (2018). Work, the work-family interface, and subjective well-being. In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of well-being. Salt Lake City, UT: DEF Publishers.
  • Smith, C., Henderson, A., & Wang, Y.-R. (2024, April) When niceness is (ab)normal: Is norm-abiding or -violating incivility more harmful? Poster to be presented at the 2024 Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference in Chicago, the United States.
  • Ng, N. & Wang, Y.-R. (2023, July) A good life for teleworkers? Workload, productivity, and professional isolation while teleworking. A Good Life for the Fluid Workforce: Illusion or Reality? Symposium presented at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the European Group of Organizational Studies Colloquium in Cagliari, Italy.
  • Hu, X., Jang, S., Baranik, L., Gabrenya, W. K., Glazer, S, Ion, A., Jiang, L., Fila, M., Smith, R. W., & Wang, Y.-R. (2023 April). Crossing the Line without Crossing the Line: Best Practice in Cross-Cultural Research [Panel]. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Boston, MA, United States.
  • Lezcano, A., Chappel, J., Jang, S., Wang, Y.-R., & Allen. T., (2023, April) To Return or Not to Return: Motivations For and Against Returning to the Office. Poster to be presented at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Boston, MA, the United States.
  • Wayne, J. H., Mills, M. J., Wang, Y.-R., Whitman, M., Matthews, R. A. (2023, April). Gender differences in mental load: A matter of degree, dimension, or both? Beyond Conflict: Gender Differences in Invisible Labor and Boundary Management. Symposium to be presented at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Boston, MA, the United States.
  • Wang, Y.-R. & Ford, M. T., (2022, August). Invisible Inequalities: Socioeconomic Disadvantages Affect Perception, Personality, and Motivation. Symposium presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, Washington.
  • Wang, Y.-R. & Ford, M. T., (2022, August). Precarious Work and Belief in Delayed Pay-off Explain Workers’ Temporally-Discounting Patterns. Paper presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Seattle, Washington.
  • Roman, J.R., Van Egdom, D., Hicks, C., Madera, J., Mattingly, V., Murphy, L, Price, N., Spitzmueller, C., Waiwood, A., & Wang, Y.-R. (2022, April). Applying Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to Work-Family Research and Practice [Alternative Session]. Presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, the United States.
  • Wang, Y.-R. (2021, December). Inclusion is Great, but Are Leaders Ready for this? Let’s Start with Understanding the Judgmental Biases and Hidden Privileges in Modern Workplaces. Poster presented at the 2021 ASB Symposium: The Skills of The Future.
  • Chen, H.-T, & Wang, Y.-R. (2021, July). The Roles of Financial Stress, Perceived Supervisory Support, Job Insecurity in Hospitality Employees’ Work-Family Conflict. Paper to be presented at the 2021 annual meeting of the Hospitality & Tourism Educators.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Huh, Y. (2021, May). The Crossover Effect of Resource Scarcity and Cognitive Mindsets on Partner’s Motivational Outcomes for Work and Family. Poster presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of The Eastern Academy of Management.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Huh, Y. Resource Scarcity in COVID-19 and Crossover of the Fixed-Pie Work-Life Ideology. (2021, April). On the Same Page: Employee-Partner Congruence on Work-Family Constructs. Symposium presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., & Huh, Y. Financial Stress and Proactive Coping in Response to Anticipated Work-Family. (2021, April). Implications of Financial Vulnerability: Examining the Understudied. Symposium presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, USA.
  • Odle-Dusseau, H., Wang Y.-R., Matthews, R., Wayne, J. (2021, April). Financial Hardships as Gendered Experiences. Implications of Financial Vulnerability: Examining the Understudied. Symposium presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Martin, A., & Black K. J. (2020, October). Antecedents and Outcomes of Daily Anticipated Stress and Stress Forecasting Errors. Paper presented at the 2020 Southern Management Association Meeting, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA.
  • Jordan, S. L., Palmer, J. C., Paustian-Underdahl, S. C., Wang, Y. -R., King, J. E., & Halbesleben, J. R. B. (2020, October). Going Above and Beyond…Me? How Supervisors Perceive Subordinate Work-to-Home Integration Behavior. Paper to be presented at the 2020 Southern Management Association Meeting, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA.
  • King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lowman, G. H. (2020, August). Analytics as a Tool in Major Selection: Exploring Student Reactions. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Lowman, G. H., King, J., Wang, Y.-R., & Lewis, D. W. (2020, August). The Acceptability of HR Analytics: Exploring the Importance of the Individual Perspective. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Martin, A., & Black K. J. (2020, April). Effects of Anticipatory Stress and Stress Forecasting on Well-being Outcomes. Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Crede, M., Harms, P. D., Ford, M. T. & Lester, P. (2020, April). A Meta-Analysis on Crossover of Workplace Traumatic Experiences between Partners. Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2020, February). Exploring the Determinants of Preparedness for Work-Family Conflict: Forecasting, Planning and Dyadic Coping with Partners. Poster presented at Crimson Conference on Work & Family, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2019, December). Shift and Variability in Daily Interpersonal Justice are Associated with Psychological Detachment and Affect at Home. Poster presented at the department of Psychology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Zhuang, W., Brady, L., Pervez, A., Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (2019, November). Meta-Analytic Relationships Between Work Factors and Health Behaviors. Presented at the 13th Work, Stress and Health conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2019, November). Job Insecurity and the Work-Family Tradeoffs: A Resource Scarcity Perspective. Poster presented at the 13th Work, Stress and Health conference, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Brady, L., Huh, Y., & Ford, M. T. (2019, October). Job Insecurity and the Prioritizing Work Over Family: Evidence From Representative National Samples. Presented at the 2019 Southern Management Association Meeting, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. Financial Adequacy Affects Changes in Temporal Focus and Goal Striving Strategies Throughout Life. (2019, August). Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  • Odle-Dusseau, H., Matthews, R., Wayne, J., Wang Y.-R. (2019, August). Managing a Financial Hardship: A Multilevel Analysis of Community- and Individual-level Predictors of Employee Well-being. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Ford, M. T., Wang, Y., & Jin, J. (2019, March). Shift and Variability in Daily Interpersonal Justice are Associated with Psychological Detachment and Affect at Home. Poster presented at the Culverhouse Research Showcase, Tuscaloosa, AL, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., & Ford, M. T. (2017, April). The Cost of Inconsistent Supervisor Treatment on Psychological Detachment and Daily Home Affect – A Multilevel Longitudinal Study. In M. T. Ford (chair), New Within-Person Perspectives on Affect across Work and Home. Symposium conducted at the 32th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Huh, Y., Ford, M. T., & Wang, Y.-R. (2017, April). Industry-Level Economic Demands, Job Demands and Work-Family Conflict., Exploring Macro-Level Factors Impacting Individual Work-Family Experience. Symposium conducted at the 32th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Orlando, FL, USA.
  • Wang, Y.-R., Tetrick, L. E. (2015, May) A Conceptual Model: Understanding adjustments and outcomes of overqualification from the perspectives of work volition, psychological reactance and learned helplessness. Poster session presented at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA.