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Seulki Rachel Jang

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Dr. Seulki "Rachel" Jang is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Oklahoma. She received her Ph.D. and M.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of South Florida. Rachel was previously an assistant professor of industrial-organizational psychology at Penn State Mont Alto. Her research interests include employee health/wellbeing, organizational citizenship behavior (OCB), cross-cultural differences, gender differences, and statistical methods. The three objectives of her research program are to (1) investigate the complex relationship between OCB and employee health/wellbeing, (2) examine cross-cultural differences in employee health/wellbeing, and (3) understand gender differences in OCB performance. 


Selected Publications:

Jang, S., Allen, T. D., & Regina, J. (2020). Office housework, burnout, and promotion: Does gender matter? Journal of Business and Psychology.

Jang, S., Allen, T. D., Kim, E., & Cho, S. (2020). An examination of the temporal order of helping behaviors and emotional exhaustion. Stress and Health.

Jang, S., Salomon, K., & Allen, T. D. (2019). Discrimination and health: Does hiring, promoting, and firing discrimination relate to biological dysregulation and cardiovascular disease?. Occupational Health Science. 3(4), 363–386.

Jang, S., Shen, W., Allen, T. D., & Zhang, H. (2018). Societal individualism-collectivism and uncertainty avoidance as cultural moderators of relationships between job resources and strain. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 39(4), 507-524.

Jang, S., Kim, E., Cao, C., Allen, T. D., Cooper, C. L., Lapierre, L. M., … & Woo, J. (2017). Measurement invariance of the satisfaction with life scale across 26 countries.    Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 48(4), 560-576.

Allen, T. D., & Jang, S. (2016). Gender and organizational citizenship behavior. In Podsakoff, P., Mackenzie, S. B., & Podsakoff, N. (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of organizational citizenship behavior. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.