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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 05-10-2023 09:36

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 108, Issue 5 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the fifth issue of 2023 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 1 editor's choice feature article, 6 feature articles, and 2 research reports. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Editor's Choice Feature Article

    Back-Translation Practices in Organizational Research: Avoiding Loss in Translation

    Anthony C. Klotz, Brian W. Swider, and Seo Hyun Kwon


    Keywords: back-translation, research methods, International Psychology, transparency and openness, scale developmen

    Feature Articles

    Feeling Negative or Positive About Fresh Blood? Understanding Veterans' Affective Reactions Toward Newcomer Entry in Teams From an Affective Events Perspective

    Yihao Liu, Yifan Song, Hayley Trainer, Dorothy Carter, Le Zhou, Zheng Wang, and Jack Ting-Ju Chiang


    Keywords: newcomer adjustment, team veterans, affective event theory, team processes, team performance

    Jolted: How Task-Based Jolts Disrupt Status Conferral by Impacting Higher and Lower Status Individuals' Generosity

    Elijah X. M. Wee, Rellie Derfler-Rozin, and Jennifer Carson Marr


    Keywords: status, generosity, OCB, organizational change, field experiment

    When, Why, and for Whom Is Receiving Help Actually Helpful? Differential Effects of Receiving Empowering and Nonempowering Help Based on Recipient Gender

    Young Eun Lee, Lauren S. Simon, Joel Koopman, Christopher C. Rosen, Allison S. Gabriel, and Seoin Yoon


    Keywords: helping, gender, competence, citizenship behavior, stereotype threat

    How Is Leadership Maintained? A Longitudinal Mediation Model Linking Informal Leadership to Upward Voice Through Peer Advice Seeking

    Ann C. Peng, John M. Schaubroeck, Dongchul Kim, and Wei Zeng


    Keywords: informal leadership, social network centrality, upward voice, expectation states theory, cross-lagged panel analysis

    Relationship-Specific (Dyadic) Humility: How Your Humility Predicts My Psychological Safety and Performance

    Michal Lehmann, Sarit Pery, Avraham N. Kluger, David R. Hekman, Bradley P. Owens, and Thomas E. Malloy


    Keywords: humility, dyads, performance, social relations modeling, psychological safety

    Retreating or Repairing? Examining the Alternate Linkages Between Daily Partner-Instigated Incivility at Home and Helping at Work

    Mahira L. Ganster, Allison S. Gabriel, Christopher C. Rosen, Lauren S. Simon, Marcus M. Butts, and Wendy R. Boswell


    Keywords: helping, partner-instigated incivility, mood repair, perspective taking

    Research Reports

    The Rise of Robots Increases Job Insecurity and Maladaptive Workplace Behaviors: Multimethod Evidence

    Kai Chi Yam, Pok Man Tang, Joshua Conrad Jackson, Runkun Su, and Kurt Gray


    Keywords: robots, burnout, incivility, self-affirmation, job insecurity

    Preretirement Resources and Postretirement Life Satisfaction Change Trajectory: Examining the Mediating Role of Retiree Experience During Retirement Transition Phase

    Yujie Zhan, Ariane Froidevaux, Yixuan Li, Mo Wang, and Junqi Shi


    Keywords: resources, retirement adjustment, retirement transition experience, older workers, life satisfaction change trajectory

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA