My research focuses on three major areas: (a) understanding and improving worker well-being, (b) temporal dynamics in team contexts, and (c) research methods. Collectively, my research seeks to improve our understanding of optimal human functioning more generally, across time, and within
specific contexts (e.g., organizational, teams).
University of Central Florida Ph.D. Industrial Organizational Psychology (2015)
University of Central Florida B.S. Psychology, Management Minor (2007)
Wiese, C. W., Su, R., Tay, L., Diener, E (in press). Measuring Thriving Across Nations: Measurement Equivalence of the Comprehensive Inventory of Thriving (CIT) and the Brief Inventory of Thriving (BIT). Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being.
Wiese, C. W., Kuykendall, L., & Tay, L (in press). Get Active: A Meta-Analysis of Leisure-Time Physical Activity and Subjective Well-Being. Journal of Positive Psychology.
Wiese, C. W., Tay, L., Duckworth, A. L, D’Mello, S., Kuykendall, L., Hofmann, W., Baumeister, R. F., & Vohs, K. D. (in press). Too much of a good thing? Exploring the non-linear relationship between self-control and happiness. Journal of Personality. doi: 10.1111/jopy.12322
Fullick-Jagiela, J. M., Verbos, A. K., & Wiese, C. W. (2015). Relational Mentoring Episodes as a Catalyst for Empowering Protégés: A Conceptual Model. Human Resource Development Review, 4(14), 486-508. doi: 10.1177/1534484315610730
Beus, J. M., Jarrett, S. M., Taylor, A. B., & Wiese, C. W. (2014). Adjusting to new work teams: Testing work experience as a multidimensional resource for newcomers. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 489-506. doi: 10.1002/job.1903