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Personnel Psychology Winter 2021 Issue
Personnel Psychology Winter 2021 Issue
Posted 11-29-2021 19:30
Dear OB Division Colleagues,
issue of Personnel Psychology is now published. This issue contains seven articles and three book reviews. We hope you enjoy them!
Also, I would encourage you to check out our new
, where you can find our most recent publication on
diversity and inclusion
in one convenient place.
Berrin Erdogan, Ph. D.
Editor-in-Chief, Personnel Psychology
Express Employment Professionals Professor
The School of Business
Portland State University
2020 Impact factor: 7.073
5-year impact factor: 11.679
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A person-centered view of impression management, inauthenticity, and employee behavior
Nitya Chawla, Allison S. Gabriel, Christopher C. Rosen, Jonathan B. Evans, Joel Koopman, Wayne A. Hochwarter, Joshua C. Palmer, Samantha L. Jordan
Making nice or faking nice? Exploring supervisors' two-faced response to their past abusive behavior
Shawn T. McClean, Stephen H. Courtright, Junhyok Yim, Troy A. Smith
The risks and benefits of initiating change at work: Social consequences for proactive employees who take charge
Melody Jun Zhang, Kenneth S. Law, Lin Wang
How and when are learning-adaptable newcomers innovative? Examining mechanisms and constraints
Artemis Boulamatsi, Songqi Liu, Lisa Schurer Lambert, Xiang Yao, Rui Guo, Jingfeng Yin
My fault or yours? Leaders' dual reactions to abusive supervision via rumination depend on their independent self-construal
Hong Deng, Catherine K. Lam, Yanjun Guan, Mo Wang
What are the career implications of "seeing eye to eye"? Examining the role of leader–member exchange (LMX) agreement on employability and career outcomes
Olga Epitropaki, Anders Friis Marstand, Beatrice Van der Heijden, Nikos Bozionelos, Nikolaos Mylonopoulos, Claudia Van der Heijde, Dora Scholarios, Aslaug Mikkelsen, Izabela Marzec, Piotr Jędrzejowicz, The Indicator Group
An examination of the relationship between applicant race and accrued recruitment source information: Implications for applicant withdrawal and test performance
Lynn A. McFarland, Youngsang Kim
Creating gender-inclusive organizations: Lessons from research and practice. Kossek, Ellen Ernst and Lee, Kyung-Hee (Eds.) Toronto, CA; University of Toronto Press, 2020
Matthew Castillo, Shane Martin
Positive psychological science: Improving everyday life, well-being, work, education, and societies across the globe. SI Donaldson, M Csikszentmihalyi & J Nakamura (EDS.) New York, NY: Routledge, 2020
Positive organizational behaviour: A reflective approach. Pina e Cunha, Miguel (et al.). New York, NY: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
Joel R. Philo
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