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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 06-05-2023 12:51

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 108, Issue 6 TOC

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

    Editor's Choice Research Report

    A Cross-Lagged Longitudinal Investigation of the Relationship Between Stigma and Job Effectiveness Among Employees With HIV

    Anna Carmella G. Ocampo, Yueyang Chen, Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, Lu Wang, and Anthony Decoste


    Keywords: HIV, stigma, fear, shame, marginalized and vulnerable populations

    Feature Articles

    Are Gossipers Looked Down Upon? A Norm-Based Perspective on the Relation Between Gossip and Gossiper Status

    Huiwen Lian, Jie (Kassie) Li, Jingzhou Pan, Chenduo Du, and Qinglin Zhao


    Keywords: norms, workplace gossip, workplace status, norm violation, norm clarification


    Crossover Effects of Parent Work-to-Family Experiences on Child Work Centrality: A Moderated Mediation Model

    Rebekka S. Steiner, Andreas Hirschi, and Mo Wang


    Keywords: crossover, work-to-family conflict, work-to-family enrichment, adolescent work centrality, parent– child dyads


    Retaining Retirement-Eligible Older Workers Through Training Participation: The Joint Implications of Individual Growth Need and Organizational Climates

    Yixuan Li, Konrad Turek, Kène Henkens, and Mo Wang


    Keywords: retention of retirement-eligible workers, training participation, individual growth need, climate for developing older workers, age-inclusive climate


    Matches Measure: A Visual Scale of Job Burnout

    Cindy P. Muir (Zapata), Charles Calderwood, and O. Dorian Boncoeur


    Keywords: burnout, Bayesian, emotional exhaustion, stress and strain, measurement validation


    Collective Turnover Response Over Time to a Unit-Level Shock

    Jenna R. Pieper, Mark A. Maltarich, Anthony J. Nyberg, Greg Reilly, and Caitlin Ray


    Keywords: shocks, collective turnover, human capital, event systems theory


    Turning Words Into Numbers: Assessing Work Attitudes Using Natural Language Processing

    Andrew B. Speer, James Perrotta, Andrew P. Tenbrink, Lauren J. Wegmeyer, Angie Y. Delacruz, and Jenna Bowker


    Keywords: natural language processing, machine learning, narrative comments, work attitudes, work perceptions

    Research Reports

    When New Talent Scores: The Impact of Human Capital and the Team Socialization Context on Newcomer Performance in Professional Sports Teams

    Marvin Schuth, Prisca Brosi, Nicholas Folger, Gilad Chen, and Robert E. Ployhart


    Keywords: teams, multilevel, strategic human capital, newcomer socialization


    Quantifying the Evidence for the Absence of the Job Demands and Job Control Interaction on Workers' Well-Being: A Bayesian Meta-Analysis

    Karoline B. S. Huth and Greg A. Chung-Yan


    Keywords: autonomy, Bayesian meta-analysis, job control, job demands, worker well-being

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA