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Anna Zabinski

Assistant Professor
Department of Management
Office
State Farm Hall of Business - SFH 331
Office Hours
TR 12:30-2 PM
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Biography

Dr. Zabinski is an Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business at Illinois State University. She completed her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in organizational behavior from Oklahoma State University. Her primary research areas include person-environment fit, social exchange, boredom, and research methods. She is particularly interested in scale development, study design, polynomial regression, and response surface analysis within research methods.

Dr. Zabinski's research has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology and the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. She also has three co-authored book chapters on research methods in The SAGE Handbook of Survey Development and Application.

TeenVogue has interviewed Dr. Zabinski for a piece on boredom at work.

Current Courses

220.002Business Organization And Management

220.002Business Organization And Management

384.001Leadership: Decision Making And Planning

221.001Organizational Behavior And Administration

Teaching Interests & Areas

organizational behavior, leadership, decision making, research methods

Research Interests & Areas

person-environment fit, boredom, social exchange, research methods

PhD Business Administration, Management

Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK

Bachelor of Arts Psychology

Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA

Book, Chapter

Gray, T., Schurer Lambert, L., & Zabinski, A. Designing the survey: Motivational and cognitive approaches.. Lucy R. Ford & Terri A. Scandura (EDs), The SAGE Handbook of Survey Development and Application. SAGE (2023)
Schurer Lambert, L., Gray, T., & Zabinski, A. Measurement models: Reflective and formative measures, and evidence for construct validity. The SAGE Handbook of Survey Development and Application.. Lucy R. Ford & Terri A. Scandura (EDs), The SAGE Handbook of Survey Development and Application. SAGE (2023)
Zabinski, A., Schurer Lambert, L., & Gray, T. Sampling considerations for survey research.. Lucy R. Ford & Terri A. Scandura (EDs), The SAGE Handbook of Survey Development and Application. SAGE (2023)

Journal Article

Greco, L. M., Porck, J. P., Walter, S. L., Scrimpshire, A. J., & Zabinski, A. M. (2022). A meta-analytic review of identification at work: Relative contribution of team, organizational, and professional identification. Journal of Applied Psychology, 107(5), 795–830. https://doi.org/10.1037/apl0000941
Lambert, L. S., Bingham, J., & Zabinski, A. (2019) Affective commitment, trust, and the psychological contract: Contributions matter, too! European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29(2), 294-314.

Presentations

Ask the experts: SAGE handbook of survey design and application. Academy of Management. (2023)
More is not always best: Rebuilding the foundation of workplace status.. Southern Management Association. (2022)
Optimal workload and boredom.. Southern Management Association. (2022)
Workplace boredom: Defining a construct and developing a measure.. Academy of Management. (2022)
Too much of a good thing?: Prosocial fit predicting job satisfaction and pride.. Academy of Management. (2021)
Too much of a good thing?: Prosocial fit predicting job satisfaction and pride.. Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology. (2021)
Giving more than you get: An information processing model explaining under-reciprocated helpers.. Academy of Management. (2020)
Too much of a good thing?: Prosocial fit predicting job satisfaction and pride.. Southern Management Association. (2020)
Affective commitment, trust, and the psychological contract: Contributions matter, too!.. Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology. (2019)
The importance of leader mindsets in leader-follower relationships.. Academy of Management. (2018)

Grants & Contracts

Experience of Excess. University Research Grant. Illinois State University. (2023)