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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

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    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 106, Issue 2 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the second issue of 2021 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 4 articles on the topic of understanding work and employment in COVID-19 pandemic and 5 feature articles. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Understanding Work and Employment in COVID-19 Pandemic

    Words that Hurt: Leaders' Use of Anti-Asian American Communication and Employee Outcomes

    Jun, Sora; Wu, Junfeng.


    Keywords: COVID-19; race; stigma; interpersonal justice perceptions

    Tackling the Negative Impact of COVID-19 on Work Engagement and Taking Charge at Work: A Multi-Study Investigation of Frontline Health Workers

    Liu, Dong; Chen, Yang; Li, Nian. 


    Keywords: COVID-19 crisis, frontline health workers, work meaningfulness, work engagement, taking charge at work

    When There is a Will There is a Way: The Role of Proactive Personality in Combating COVID-19

    Yi-Feng Chen, Nancy; Crant, J. Michael; Wang, Nan; Kou, Yu; Qin, Yuhong; Yu, Junhua; Sun, Rongju. 


    Keywords: COVID-19; well-being; proactive personality; conservation of resources; strengths use

    Using Machine Learning to Investigate the Public's Emotional Responses to Work from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Min, Hanyi; Peng, Yisheng; Shoss, Mindy; Yang, Baojiang. 


    Keywords: COVID-19; machine learning; discontinuity growth models; emotion trajectory; event system theory

    Feature Articles

    Pay communication, justice, and affect: The asymmetric effects of process and outcome pay transparency on counterproductive workplace behavior.

    SimanTov-Nachlieli, Ilanit; Bamberger, Peter. 


    Keywords: process versus outcome pay transparency, counterproductive workplace behavior (CWB), organizational justice perceptions, upward comparisons

    Unintended consequences of being proactive? Linking proactive personality to coworker envy, helping, and undermining, and the moderating role of prosocial motivation.

    Sun, Jiaqing; Li, Wen-Dong; Li, Yuhui; Liden, Robert C.; Li, Shuping; Zhang, Xin. 


    Keywords: proactive personality, leader-member exchange, envy, helping and social undermining, prosocial motivation

    The power shield: Powerful roles eliminate gender disparities in political elections.

    Pike, Brian E.; Galinsky, Adam D. 


    Keywords: social hierarchy, status, power, gender, diversity

    The trainer matters: Cross-classified models of trainee reactions.

    Glerum, David R.; Joseph, Dana L.; McKenny, Aaron F.; Fritzsche, Barbara A. 


    Keywords: training evaluation, training effectiveness, trainee reactions, cross-classified models, computer-aided text analysis

    An attributional process model of workplace gossip.

    Lee, Stephen H.; Barnes, Christopher M. 


    Keywords: workplace gossip, attribution theory, motives, trustworthiness, interpersonal relationships

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA