New Article on Positive Affect and Career Decision-Making
Together with In-Jo Park, Shenyang Hai, and Marijke Verbruggen, I published a new article entitled "Positive Affect and Career Decision‐Making: The Moderating Role of Interpersonal Spin" in the Career Development Quarterly. Our findings showed that positive affect was positively associated with career decision-making self-efficacy (CDSE) and negatively associated with career indecision. Interpersonal spin - an indicator of how stable someone's behavior is over time - diminished the positive relationship between positive affect and CDSE and the negative relationship between positive affect and career indecision.
The paper can be found HERE.