Cross Cultural

 Aycan, Z. (2010, January). Work-family conflict from a cross-cultural perspective.  Invited presentation to the Arab women's leadership forum.

Mortazavi, S., Pediwala, N., Shafiro, M. & Hammer, L. (2009). Work-family conflict related to culture and gender. Community, Work, and Family, 12 (2), 251-273.

 Korabik, K & Ayman, R. (2009, August). Combining work and family: Experiential and empirical lessons from Project 3535. Academy of Management, Chicago, IL.

 Lero, D.S. & Bardoel, A. (2008, October). Including the Social-Cultural and Policy Contexts in our Multi-level, Multi-National Study of Work-Family Conflict. Report to the International W-F Workshop. Guelph, ON.

 Aycan, Z. (2008). Cross-cultural approaches to work-family conflict. In K. Korabik, D.S. Lero & D.L. Whitehead (Eds.) Handbook of work-family integration: Research, theory and best practices (pp. 353-370). San Diego, CA: Elseiver. 

Poelmans, S., Ayman, R., Korabik, K., Rajadhyaksha, U., Huang, T-P., Lero, D.S. & Desai, T.P. (2006, July). How Far is Too Far?: Comparing Spain, Taiwan, India, US and Canada on Work- Family Conflict. 18th Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Spetses, Greece.

Korabik, K., Ayman, R., Lero, D.S., Antani, A., McElwain, A., Velgach, S., & Ishaya, N. (2006, July). 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.

Korabik, K. (2005, July). Alleviating work-family conflict for women managers in a global context. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management, Cape Town, South Africa.

Aycan, Z. (2005, July).A Cross-Cultural Approach to Work-Family Conflict. International Conference on Work and Family, Barcelona, Spain.

 Aycan, Z. et al. (2004, April). Work-Family Conflict in Cultural Context: A Ten-Country Investigation. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Ayman, R., Korabik, K., & Lero, D.S. (2004, April). Advancing knowledge on work-family interface through a cross-cultural approach: A multi-country project. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Korabik, K., Lero, D.S., & Ayman, R. (2003). A Multi-level Approach to Cross Cultural Work-Family Research A Micro and Macro Perspective. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 3 (3), 289-303. 

Australia

 Harr, J. & Bardoel, A. (2009, April). Work-Family Negative And Positive Spillover And Outcomes:  Direct And Moderating Effects. Communities, Work and Family Conference. Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Harr, J. & Bardoel, A. (2007).  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).

 Bardoel, A. (2004, April). Work family Conflict in Anglo-Saxon and European Cultural Context: The case of Australia. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Canada

Korabik, K., McElwain, A. & Lero, D.S. (2009, November).Does Work-Family Guilt Mediate Relationships Between Work-Family Conflict and Outcome Variables? Work, Stress and Health Conference, Puerto Rico.

Risavy, S., McElwain, A., Korabik, K., & Lero, D.S. (2008, June). Work-family conflict and organizational outcomes: The impact of gender and polychronic time preference. Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, N.S., Canada.

Oliver, T., McElwain, A., Korabik, K. & Lero, D.S. (2008, June). Workplace policies and work interference with family: The effects of job type. Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, N.S., Canada.

 Korabik, K. & Lero, D.S. (2008). A Multi-Level Investigation of the Work-Family Interface- Final Report. Final Report on SSHRC grant.

 McElwain, A., Korabik, K. & Lero, D.S. (2007, June). Coping mechanisms in work-family conflict. Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

 Korabik, K., McKie, A., McElwain, A., & Lero, D.S. (2006, July). Cultural Orientation and Work-Family Conflict in Canada. 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

 Lero, D.S., Korabik, K., & MacElwain, A. (2006, July). Workplace Support, Workplace Culture and Work-Family Conflict in Canada. 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

 Korabik, K. & Lero, D.S. (2004, August). The Work-Family Interface in Canada: Preliminary Quantitative and Qualitative Findings.  International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Xi'an China.

India

Rajadhyaksha, U. & Ramadoss, K. (2010, August). Test of a causal model of work-family conflict in India. Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

Rajadhyaksha, U. & Velgach, S. (2009, August). Gender, Gender Role Ideology and Work-Family Conflict in India. Academy of Management, Chicago, IL, USA.

 Rajadhyaksha, U. (2006). Social Support and work-family conflict: Could the supportive Indian family be a myth? CWIL Colloquim, Saint Mary's College.

Rajadhyaksha, U. & Desai, T.P. (2006, July). Antecedents and Consequences of Work-family Conflict in India. 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

 Desai, T.P. (2004, August). India: At Multiple Crossroads Of Work-Family Conflict. American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii. USA.

Rajadhyaksha, U. (2004, August). Sources of non-institutional support and work-family conflict in India. International Assocaition for Cross-Cultural Psychology, X'ian, China.  

Desai, T.P. & Rajadhyaksha, U. (2004, April).Work family Conflict in Asian Cultural Context: The Case of India. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA. 

Indonesia

 Mawardi, A. (2004, April). Work family Conflict in Asian Cultural Context: The Case of Indonesia. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Israel

Drach-Zahavy, A. & Somech, A. (2010, August). Testing a model of work-family conflict in Israel. Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

Somech, A. & Drach-Zahavy, A. (2007). Strategies for coping with work-family conflict: The distinctive relationships of gender role ideology.Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 12 (1), 1-29. 

 Somech, A. & Drach-Zahavy, A. (2006, July). Coping with work-family conflict: Individual and organization perspectives from Israel. 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

Drach-Zahavy, A. & Somech, A. (2004, August). Emic and Etic characteristics of coping strategies with WFC: The case of Israel. International Congress of Cross-Cultural Psychology, X'ian, China.

Drach-Zahavy, A. & Somech, A.(2004, April). Work Family Conflict in Middle-Eastern Cultures: The Case of Israel. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psycholgy, Chicago, IL, USA. 

Spain

 Beham, B, & Poelmans, S. A.Y. (2010, August). Testing a model of work-family conflict in Spain. Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

Poelmans, S. A.Y. (2004, April). Work-Family Conflict in Anglo-Saxon and European Cultural Context: The case of Spain. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Taiwan

 Huang, T-P. (2006, July). Work and family conflict of employees in Taiwan. 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

Huang, T-P. (2004, August). Work and family conflict of employees of business organizations in Taiwan. International Congress of Cross-Cultural Psychology, X'ian, China.

 Huang, T-P. (2004, April). Work family Conflict in Asian Cultural Context: The Case of Taiwan. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Turkey

 Aycan, Z. (2010, August). Work-family conflict in Turkey: Antecedents and consequences. Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

 Yildirim, D. & Aycan, Z. (2008). Nurses' work demands and work-family conflict: A questionnaire survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies.

 Aycan, Z. (2006, July). Work-family conflict in Turkey: Societal change and policy implications. 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

 Aycan, Z. & Eskin, M. (2005). Relative contributions of childcare, spousal support and organizational support in reducing work-family conflict for men and women: The case of Turkey. Sex Roles, 53 (7/8), 453-471.

Aycan, Z. (2004, April). Work family Conflict in Middle-Eastern Cultures: The Case of Turkey. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA.

Ukraine

Shafiro, M.V. & Hammer, L.B. (2004, April). Work family Conflict in Anglo-Saxon and European Cultural Context: The case of Ukraine. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chicago, IL, USA. 

USA

Ayman, R., Korabik, K., van Rhijn, T., Lero, D.S. & Hammer, L.B. (2010, August). Testing a model of work-family conflict in North America. Academy of Management, Montreal, Canada.

Louge, A.A. & Ayman, R. (2009, July). Role of Social Support and Work-Family Conflict on Turnover Intentions. International Conference on Work and Family, Barcelona, Spain.

Ishaya, N., & Ayman, R. (2008, August). Predicting work-family conflict via perceived involvement and overload. American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, USA.

Velgach, S., Ishaya, N., & Ayman, R. (2006, April). Multi-Method Approach to Investigate Work-Family Conflict. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, CA. USA.

 Velgach, S., Ayman, R., Antani, A., & Ishaya, N., (2006, July). Impact of GRI on WFC: case of a health organization in the USA. International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece.

 Hammer, L.B., Pedhiwala, N. &  Zimmerman, K. (2006, July). Testing a Theoretical Work-Family Cross-Cultural Model in the U.S. (Project 3535) and A Review of Work and Family in the U.S. International Congress of Applied Psycology, Athens, Greece.

Ayman, R. & Velgach, S. (2004, August). Work-Family Conflict International Comparison US Pilot. International Assocaition for Cross-Cultural Psychology, X'ian China.