Work Across the Lifespan

Date: Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Network members Cort Rudolph, Hannes Zacher, and Boris Baltes released their edited book, Work Across the LifespanThe book features 26 chapters, including work from many Work Science Center Network Members. Content ranges from theoretical perspectives on aging at work to applications of a lifespan perspective on job design, performance management, and team dynamics.

Bruce Walker Interviewed for Inaugural ScienceMatters Podcast

Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Bruce Walker, Professor of Psychology at Georgia Tech, and friend of the Work Science Center was recently interviewed for the inaugural ScienceMatters Podcast at GeorgiaTech. During this interview, he discusses data sonification and ways of making data and results easily accessible to the public

Aging Workforce Research Cited in USA Today

Date: Friday, July 20, 2018

A study published by Drs. Connie Wanberg, Ruth Kanfer, Darla Hamann, and Zhen Zhang in Psychological Bulletin has recently been picked up and cited by popular press outlet, USA Today. The original study is a meta-analysis which found that older adults who have lost their jobs remain unemployed longer than younger adults. This relationship is partially mediated by job search self-efficacy and job search intensity.