Jack Lam
Jack Lam
University of Queensland, Institute for Social Science Research, Life Course Centre
Verified email at umn.edu
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Time work by overworked professionals: Strategies in response to the stress of higher status
P Moen, J Lam, S Ammons, EL Kelly
Work and occupations 40 (2), 79-114, 2013
1532013
Healthy work revisited: Do changes in time strain predict well-being?
P Moen, EL Kelly, J Lam
Journal of occupational health psychology 18 (2), 157, 2013
1032013
Is insecurity worse for well-being in turbulent times? Mental health in context
J Lam, W Fan, P Moen
Society and mental health 4 (1), 55-73, 2014
372014
Constrained choices? Linking employees' and spouses' work time to health behaviors
W Fan, J Lam, P Moen, E Kelly, R King, S McHale
Social Science & Medicine 126, 99-109, 2015
292015
Manager characteristics and employee job insecurity around a merger announcement: The role of status and crossover
J Lam, K Fox, W Fan, P Moen, E Kelly, L Hammer, EE Kossek
The Sociological Quarterly 56 (3), 558-580, 2015
162015
Transformation, erosion, or disparity in work identity? Challenges during the contemporary transition
JT Mortimer, J Lam, S Lee
The Oxford handbook of identity development, 319-36, 2015
162015
Retirement and encore adulthood: The new later life course
PE Moen, J Lam
International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences: Second …, 2015
92015
The scarring effects of father’s unemployment? Job-security satisfaction and mental health at midlife
J Lam, CL Ambrey
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 74 (1), 105-112, 2019
62019
Aging families and the gendered life course
P Moen, J Lam, MNG Jackson
The Wiley Blackwell companion to the sociology of families, 444-463, 2014
62014
Stress proliferation? Precarity and work–family conflict at the intersection of gender and household income
W Fan, J Lam, P Moen
Journal of Family Issues 40 (18), 2751-2773, 2019
42019
Social and productive activities and health among partnered older adults: A couple-level analysis
J Lam, D Bolano
Social Science & Medicine 229, 126-133, 2019
42019
Solitary Day, Solitary Activities, and Associations With Well-Being Among Older Adults
J Lam, J García-Román
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 2019
32019
General and proximal associations between unpaid eldercare, time constraints and subjective well-being
J Lam, J Garcia-Roman
International journal of care and caring 1 (1), 83-96, 2017
32017
Dynamics of parental work hours, job insecurity, and child wellbeing during middle childhood in Australian dual-income families
J Lam, M O'Flaherty, J Baxter
Life Course Centre, Institute for Social Science Research, University of …, 2016
32016
Healthy work revisited: Does reducing time strain promote women’s and men’s well-being?
P Moen, E Kelly, J Lam
32011
The scars of the past? Childhood health and health differentials in later life
J Lam, M O’Flaherty, J Baxter
SSM-population health 7, 100354, 2019
22019
Actor–Partner Effects of Childhood Disadvantage on Later Life Subjective Well-Being Among Individuals in Coresidential Unions
J Lam
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (6), 1275-1285, 2020
12020
Dynamics of Parental Work Hours, Job Security, and Child Behavioural Problems in Australian Dual-Earner Families
J Lam, M O’Flaherty, J Baxter
Child Indicators Research 11 (5), 1477-1493, 2018
12018
Chronic illness and mental strain: The moderating role of marital status over the disease cycle
J Lam, F Perales
12017
w Boomer and Gen X Managers and Employees at Risk
J Lam, P Moen, SR Lee, OM Buxton
Beyond the Cubicle: Job Insecurity, Intimacy, and the Flexible Self, 51, 2016
12016
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