Dawes, P., Siette, J. Earl, J, Johnco, C & Wuthrich, V. (2020). Challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic for social gerontology in Australia. Australasian Journal on Ageing. 383-385.
Wijeratne, C., Johnco, C., Draper, B. & Earl, J.K. (2020). Older physicians’ reporting of psychological distress, alcohol use, burnout and workplace stressors, The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, online.
Wijeratne, C. & Earl, J.K. (2020). A guide for medical practitioners transitioning to retirement. Medical Journal of Australia. (SJR Q2 - Medicine, H index = 119)
Collins, C., Earl, J.K., Wood, R and Parker, S. (2020). Looking back and looking ahead: Applying organisational behaviour to explain the changing face of work. Australian Journal of Management. Accepted 4th May 2020.
Crane,M., Kho, M,Kangas, Griffin, B., M., Karin, E., Earl, J.K., & Harris, C. (2020). Strengthening resilience of over 50’s: A nested clustered-randomised controlled trail of adaptive systematic self-reflection. Anxiety, Stress & Coping. ,33(6), 623-641.
Caines, V., Crane, M., Noone, J., Griffin, B., Datta, S. & Earl, J.K. (2020). Older Workers: Past, present and future. Australian Journal of Management., 45 (3), 369-375.
Topa, G., Earl, J.K., & James, J. (2020). Psychological Mechanisms that Affect Economic Decisions to Work Longer. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 3003.
Tsotsoros, C., Mooney, A., Earl, J., & Hershey, D. (2019) Psychological Mechansisms that underlie psychological mechanisms among retirees. Innovation in Aging 3 (Supplement_1), 128-S128.
Peisah, C., Luscombe, G.M., Earl, J.K. and Wijeratne, C. (2019). Aging women and men in the medical profession: the effect of gender and marital status on successful aging and retirement intent in Australian doctors. Journal of women & aging 31 (2), 95-107.
Earl, J.K. & Burbury, B. (2019). Trialing an online intervention to improve retirement planning goal setting and goal specificity. Clinical Interventions in Aging 14, 419-425.
Caines, V., Earl, J.K. & Bordia, P. (2019). Self-employment in later life: How future time perspective and social support influence self-employment interest. Frontiers in psychology, 10, 1-13.
Earl, J.K., Iskander, F., & Elizondo, F. (2019). Take a job, any job. How important are matched interests to career paths and work satisfaction? Journal of Employment Counseling, 56 (March), 33-45.
Wijeratne, Peisah, C., Earl, J.K., Luscombe, GM. (2018). Occupational determinants of successful aging in older physicians. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 26 (2), 200-208.
Mooney, A., Earl, J.K., Mooney, C.H., & Bateman, H. (2017). Using balanced time perspective to explain well-being and planning in retirement. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1781.
Wijeratne, C., Earl, J.K., Peisah, C., Luscombe, G.M., & Tibbertsma, J. (2017).
Professional and psychosocial factors affecting the intention to retire of Australian medical
practitioners. The Medical Journal of Australia, 206 (5), 209-214.
Earl, Gerrans, P. & Halim, V. (2015). Active and Adjusted to Retirement: Investigating the Contribution of Leisure, Health and
Psychosocial Factors to Retirement Adjustment. Leisure Sciences, 37 (4), 354-372. (A
Earl, J.K., Gerrans, P., Asher, A. & Woodside, J. (2015).
Financial literacy, financial judgement, and retirement self-efficacy of older trustees of self-managed
superannuation funds. Australian Journal of Management, 40 (3), 435-458. (A-
Earl, J.K. Bednall, T and Muratore, A.M. (2015). A matter
of time: Why some people plan for retirement and others do not. Work, Aging and Retirement, 1-9.
Muratore, A.M. & Earl, J.K. (2015). Improving retirement outcomes: The role of resources, preretirement planning, and transition
characteristics. Ageing and Society, 35 (10), 2100-2140. (A- ERA)
Muratore, A.M., Earl, J.K. & Collins, C.G. (2014). Understanding Heterogeneity
in Adaptation to Retirement: A Growth Mixture Modelling Approach. International Journal of Aging and
Human Development, 79 (2), 131-156. (B – ERA)
Earl, J.K. & Archibald, H. (2014). Retirement Planning is more than just accumulating resources. European Journal of
Management, 14 (2), 21-36. (C-ERA)
Nillsen, C., Earl, J.K., Elizondo, F. & Wadlington, P.L. (2014). Do Birds of a Feather Flock
Together? An Examination of Calling, Congruence, Job Design and Personality as Predictors of Job Satisfaction
and Tenure. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 35 (1), 10-24. (A- ERA)
Minbashian A., Earl J., Bright J.E. (2013). Openness to Experience as a Predictor of Job Performance Trajectories. Applied
Psychology. doi:10.1111/j.1464-0597.2012.00490.x (A - BARDSnet; B- ERA)
Leung C.S.Y., Earl J.K. (2012). Retirement Resources Inventory: Construction, factor structure and psychometric
properties. Journal of Vocational Behavior. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2012.06.005 (A* -
Earl J.K., Minbashian A., Sukijjakhamin A., Bright J.E.H. (2011). Career decision status as a
predictor of resignation behavior five years later. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 78(2), 248-252.
Donaldson T., Earl J.K., Muratore A.M. (2010). Extending the integrated
model of retirement adjustment: Incorporating mastery and retirement planning. Journal of Vocational
Behavior, 77(2), 279-289. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2010.03.003 (A*- ERA)
Earl, J.K. (2010).The contribution of
spirituality to the process of retirement. Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 7(3),
223-240 (C- ERA)
Muratore A.M., Earl J.K. (2010). Predicting retirement preparation through the design of a new measure. Australian
Psychologist, 45(2), 98-111. doi:10.1080/00050060903524471; (B - ERA)
Wong J.Y., Earl J.K. (2009). Towards an integrated model of individual, psychosocial, and organizational predictors of
retirement adjustment. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 75(1), 1-13. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2008.12.010 (A*-
Petkoska J., Earl J.K. (2009). Understanding the Influence of Demographic and Psychological Variables on Retirement
Planning. Psychology and Aging, 24(1), 245-251. doi:10.1037/a0014096 (A* - ERA)
Ng, J.R. & Earl, J.K. (2008). Accuracy in
self-assessment: The role of ability, feedback, self-efficacy and goal orientation. Australian Journal
of Career Development, 17 (3), 39-50. (C- ERA)
Earl J.K., Bright J.E.H. (2007). The
relationship between career decision status and important work outcomes. Journal of Vocational
Behavior, 71(2), 233-246. doi:10.1016/j.jvb.2007.05.003 (A* - ERA)
Bright, J.E.H., Pryor, R.G.L., Wilkenfeld, S. & Earl, J. (2005). The Role of Social Context and Serendipitous
Events in Career Decision Making. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 5 (1),
Earl, J. & Bright, J. (2004). The Impact of Work Quality and Quantity on the Development of Career Decision
Status. Australian Journal of Career Development. 13 (1), 15-22. Winner of best article
2004. (C- ERA)
Glencross, D. J.; Bluhm, N.; Earl, J. (1989). A field study report of intensive computer keyboard training with schoolchildren.
Applied Ergonomics, Vol 20(2), 131-135. doi: 10.1016/0003-6870(89)90135-X. (A* -