Multi-National Work-Family Research Project
(Project 3535)

Resource and Research Archive

Presentations and Publications of the Multi-National Work-Family Research
Project (Project 3535).

Index of All Listings by Research Category


WF Cross Cultural
Work-family conflict from an international perspective: Introduction

Paper presented as part of a symposium at the Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada

Published: 2010, August
Author(s): Karen Korabik

Work-Family Conflict in Cultural Context: A Ten-Country Investigation.

 Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL

Published: 2004, April
Author(s): Zeynep Aycan, Roya Ayman, Anne Bardoel, Tripti Pande Desai, Anat Drach-Zahavy, Leslie Hammer, Ting-Pang Huang, Karen Korabik, Donna S. Lero, Artiwati Mawardi, Steven Poelmans, Ujvala Rajadhyaksha, Maggie Shafiro, Anit Somech

Work-Family Conflict in North America: A comparison of the USA and Canada

18th Congress of the International Assocaiton for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Spetses, Greece.

Published: 2006
Author(s): Karen Korabik, Roya Ayman, Donna Lero, Amy Antani, Allyson McElwain,, Sofiya Velgach, Nahren Ishaya

Work-family conflict related to culture and gender

Community, Work, and Family, 12 (2), 251-273.

Published: 2009
Author(s): S. Mortazavi, N. Pediwala, Maggie Shafiro, Leslie Hammer

Work-life balance: Cross-cultural, cross-domain, and cross-over effects

Invited presentation, International Congress of Psychology, South Africa.

Published: July, 2012
Author(s): Zeynep Aycan

WF Australia
Work family Conflict in Anglo-Saxon and European Cultural Context: The case of Australia

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA 

Published: 2004
Author(s): Anne Bardoel

Work-Family Negative And Positive Spillover And Outcomes: Direct And Moderating Effects

Communities, Work and Family Conference. Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Published: 2009, April
Author(s): J. Haar, Anne Bardoel,

Work-family Positive Spillover Predicting Outcomes: A Study of Australia Employees

Inaugural Work-Life Research Workshop: Australian Centre for Research in Employment and Work (ACREW)

Published: 2007
Author(s): Jarrod Harr, Anne Bardoel

WF Canada
Does Work-Family Guilt Mediate Relationships Between Work-Family Conflict and Outcome Variables?

Work, Stress and Health Conference, Puerto Rico

Published: 2009, November
Author(s): Karen Korabik, Allyson McElwain, Donna S. Lero

Polychronicity and the work-family interface: Is multi-tasking beneficial?

Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, New York, NY.

Published: 2012, June
Author(s): Karen Korabik, Tricia Van Rhijn, Roya Ayman, Donna S. Lero