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Fwd: JBP October Table of Contents

  • 1.  Fwd: JBP October Table of Contents

    Posted 09-17-2020 19:03

    Below is our October table of contents and a reminder about our virtual research methods issue.  Hope this is helpful.


    Self-Presentation in Selection Settings: the Case of Personality Tests

    B. Marcus · J. Goldenberg · S. Fine ·H. Hummert · A. Traum


    Dyadic Viability in Project Teams: the Impact of Liking, Competence, and Task Interdependence

    J.S. Thomas · A.C. Loignon · D.J. Woehr · M.L. Loughry · M.W. Ohland


    All in the Family: the Link Between Couple-Level Work-Family Conflict and Family Satisfaction and Its Impact on the Composition of the Family over Time

    T. Burch


    Appraisal of economic crisis, psychological distress, and work-unit absenteeism: a 1-1-2 model

    F. Montani · J.M. Leon-Perez · G. Giorgi · M.K. Shoss


    Who Responds Creatively to Role Conflict? Evidence for a Curvilinear Relationship Mediated by Cognitive Adjustment at Work and Moderated by Mindfulness

    F. Montani · I. Setti · V. Sommovigo · F. Courcy ·G. Giorgi


    Within-Individual Age-Related Trends, Cycles, and Event-Driven Changes in Job Performance: a Career-Span Perspective

    G. Alessandri · D.M. Truxillo · J. Tisak ·C. Fagnani · L. Borgogni


    Negative Creativity in Leader-Follower Relations: a Daily Investigation of Leaders' Creative Mindset, Moral Disengagement, and Abusive Supervision

    X. Qin · S.B. Dust · M.S. DiRenzo · S. Wang


    Understanding Employee Motivation for Work-to-Nonwork Integration Behavior: a Reasoned Action Approach

    E. Palm · C. Seubert · J. Glaser



    Reminder about virtual issue

     Below you will find our 2020(B) organizational methods virtual issue. All the methods articles below are free access to the end of October.  

    Do Not Cross Me: Optimizing the Use of Cross-Sectional Designs
    Paul E. Spector



    A Tale of Two Sample Sources: Do Results from Online Panel Data and Conventional Data Converge?
    Sheryl L. Walter, Scott E. Seibert, Daniel Goering, & Ernest H. O'Boyle, Jr.


    A 20-Year Review of Outcome Reporting Bias in Moderated Multiple Regression

    Ernest H. O'Boyle, George C. Banks, Kameron Carter, Sheryl L. Walter, Zhenyu Yuan


    Back to Basics with Mixed-Effects Models: Nine Take-Away Points

    Paul D. Bliese, Mark A. Maltarich



    Dirty Data: The Effects of Screening Respondents Who Provide Low-Quality Data in Survey Research

    Justin A. DeSimone, P.D. Harms



    Modeling Temporal Interaction Dynamics in Organizational Settings

    Nale Lehmann-Willenbrock, Joseph A. Allen

    Download PDF (1977KB) View Article – fully open access


    HARKing: How Badly Can Cherry-Picking and Question Trolling Produce Bias in Published Results?

    Kevin Murphy Herman Aguinis

    http://hermanaguinis.com/JBPharking.pdf - fully open access


    Journal news:

    We are on target for 900 submissions.
    2 year impact factor 3.3, 5 year impact factor 4.4

    Steven G. Rogelberg, PhD 
    Chancellor's Professor

    Professor, Organizational Science, Psychology, and Management
    Director, Organizational Science 

    President-Elect, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology  
    Editor, Journal of Business and Psychology
    Associate Editor, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice
    Secretary General, Alliance for Organizational Psychology

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