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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 02-01-2023 21:59

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 108, Issue 2 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the second issue of 2023 at Journal of Applied Psychology. The special section includes an introduction from the guest editor, 1 editor's choice article, and 3 articles. The issue also includes 3 feature articles and 2 research reports. 


    Special Section: Understanding Racism in the Workplace


    Understanding Racism in the Workplace

    Quinetta Roberson


    Keywords: racism, workplace

    Editor's Choice Article

    When Thriving Requires Effortful Surviving: Delineating Manifestations and Resource Expenditure Outcomes of Microaggressions for Black Employees

    Danielle D. King, Elisa S. M. Fattoracci, David W. Hollingsworth, Elliot Stahr, and Melinda Nelson


    Keywords: racism, microaggressions, anti-Black racism, conservation of resources


    The Cost of Managing Impressions for Black Employees: An Expectancy Violation Theory Perspective

    Sandy J. Wayne, Jiaqing Sun, Donald H. Kluemper, Gordon W. Cheung, and Adaora Ubaka


    Keywords: self-promotion, racial backlash, racial stereotypes, expectancy violation theory, image management

    The Missing Middle: Asian Employees' Experience of Workplace Discrimination and Pro-Black Allyship

    Sora Jun, L. Taylor Phillips, and Olivia Anne Foster-Gimbel


    Keywords: racism, allyship, Asian Americans, racial discrimination, common in-group identity model

    Challenging Racism as a Black Police Officer: An Emergent Theory of Employee Anti-Racism 

    Melanie K. Prengler, Nitya Chawla, Angelica Leigh, and Kristie M. Rogers


    Keywords: racism, anti-racism, diversity, stigma, grounded theory


    Feature Articles

    Asians Don't Ask? Relational Concerns, Negotiation Propensity, and Starting Salaries 

    Jackson G. Lu


    Keywords: culture, negotiation, salary, Bamboo Ceiling, human resources

    A Matter of When, Not Whether: A Meta-Analysis of Modesty Bias in East Asian Self-Ratings of Job 

    Inchul Cho, Biyun Hu, and Christopher M. Berry


    Keywords: self-ratings, supervisor-ratings, modesty bias, East Asia, job performance

    The Ethics of Diversity Ideology: Consequences of Leader Diversity Ideology on Ethical Leadership Perception and Organizational Citizenship Behavior

    Carolyn T. Dang, Sabrina D. Volpone, and Elizabeth E. Umphress


    Keywords: leader diversity ideologies, ethical leadership perception, institutional discrimination awareness, organizational citizenship behavior

    Research Reports

    Are Leaders Still Presumed White by Default? Racial Bias in Leader Categorization Revisited 

    Christopher D. Petsko and Ashleigh Shelby Rosette


    Keywords: stereotyping, racial bias, leadership categorization theory, cultural defaults, leadership prototypes

    Challenging Conclusions About Predictive Bias Against Hispanic Test Takers in Personnel Selection 

    Paul R. Sackett, Charlene Zhang, and Christopher M. Berry


    Keywords: bias in testing, cognitive ability, job performance, predictive bias

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA