Jacob Shane
Jacob Shane
Associate Professor of Psychology, Brooklyn College, CUNY
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University students' causal conceptions about social mobility: Diverging pathways for believers in personal merit and luck
J Shane, J Heckhausen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 82 (1), 10-19, 2013
For better or worse: Young adults’ opportunity beliefs and motivational self-regulation during career entry
J Shane, J Heckhausen
International Journal of Behavioral Development 40 (2), 107-116, 2016
Career-related goal pursuit among post-high school youth: Relations between personal control beliefs and control strivings
J Shane, J Heckhausen, J Lessard, C Chen, E Greenberger
Motivation and Emotion 36, 159-169, 2012
Social mobility in the transition to adulthood: Educational systems, career entry, and individual agency
J Heckhausen, J Shane
It's only a dream if you wake up: Young adults' achievement expectations, opportunities, and meritocratic beliefs
J Shane, J Heckhausen
International Journal of Psychology 52 (1), 40-48, 2017
Optimized engagement across life domains in adult development: Balancing diversity and interdomain consequences
J Shane, J Heckhausen
Research in Human Development 13 (4), 280-296, 2016
Motivational theory of lifespan development
J Shane, J Heckhausen
Work across the lifespan, 111-134, 2019
Youth’s causal beliefs about success: Socioeconomic differences and prediction of early career development
JS Kay, J Shane, J Heckhausen
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 2169-2180, 2017
Engagement with six major life domains during the transition to retirement: Stability and change for better or worse.
JM Hamm, J Heckhausen, J Shane, FJ Infurna, ME Lachman
Psychology and Aging 34 (3), 441, 2019
Motivational self-regulation in the work domain: Congruence of individuals’ control striving and the control potential in their developmental ecologies
J Shane, J Heckhausen
Research in Human Development 9 (4), 337-357, 2012
Competence and motivation at work throughout adulthood: Making the most of changing capacities and opportunities.
J Heckhausen, J Shane, R Kanfer
The Guilford Press, 2017
High-school predictors of university achievement: Youths' self-reported relationships with parents, beliefs about success, and university aspirations
JS Kay, J Shane, J Heckhausen
Journal of Adolescence 53, 95-106, 2016
Subjective age at work: Feeling younger or older than one’s actual age predicts perceived control and motivation at work
J Shane, J Hamm, J Heckhausen
Work, Aging and Retirement 5 (4), 323-332, 2019
Risk of cognitive declines with retirement: Who declines and why?
JM Hamm, J Heckhausen, J Shane, ME Lachman
Psychology and aging 35 (3), 449, 2020
Psychedelic experience and the narrative self: An exploratory qualitative study
N Amada, T Lea, C Letheby, J Shane
Journal of Consciousness Studies 27 (9-10), 6-33, 2020
How individuals navigate social mobility: Changing capacities and opportunities in careers across adulthood
J Heckhausen, J Shane
Facing the Challenges of a Multi-Age Workforce, 313-320, 2015
Prosociality across adulthood: A developmental and motivational perspective.
J Shane, EY Niwa, J Heckhausen
Psychology and Aging 36 (1), 22, 2021
Parenting and adolescents’ academic achievement: The mediating role of goal engagement and disengagement
PS Yau, Y Cho, J Shane, J Kay, J Heckhausen
Journal of Child and Family Studies 31 (4), 897-909, 2022
What are replicable aspects of the Broader Autism Phenotype among college students? The answer is not reduced prosocial behaviors
A Riccio, SK Kapp, N Daou, J Shane, K Gillespie-Lynch
Collabra: Psychology 6 (1), 2020
Mindfulness as a promoter of adaptive development in adolescence
NM Amada, J Shane
Adolescent Research Review 4, 93-112, 2019
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