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2012 Distinguished Early Career Contributions Awards- Science

Mo Wang, University of Florida

With an impressive record of scholarly publications and prestigious research awards, Dr. Wang is considered a rising figure in industrial and organizational psychology. He has been extremely productive since receiving his doctorate in 2005 from Bowling Green State University, having published 41 peer-reviewed journal articles, including 12 in top-tier journals, and has written or edited five books and produced numerous book chapters. His main stream of research examines the adjustment process for people facing significant work-related changes, using sophisticated statistical methods and research design, thus enabling rigorous and creative investigation. Specifically, he has studied adjustment processes in older worker employment and retirement, expatriate management, and temporal-based, work-related stress coping. His work has generated important implications for related areas of research and practice in I-O. Dr. Wang has also received numerous awards for his research from the Academy of Management, and his research has been cited and reported in the popular media, including the Wall Street Journal and New York Times.


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