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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 12-03-2021 22:11

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 106, Issue 10 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the tenth issue of 2021 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 4 articles on the topic of understanding work, employment in COVID-19 pandemic, 4 feature articles, and 2 research reports. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Understanding Work and Employment in COVID-19 Pandemic

    Sacrificing Heroes or Suffering Victims? Investigating Third Parties' Reactions to Divergent Social Accounts of Essential Employees in the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Zhenyu Yuan, Bethany S. Cockburn, Stacy L. Astrove, and Brittany C. Buis


    Keywords: heroism, victimization, anger, sympathy, social accounts

    Working From Home During COVID-19: A Study of the Interruption Landscape

    Sophie Leroy, Aaron M. Schmidt, and Nora Madjar


    Keywords: interruptions, telecommuting, COVID-19, gender, work family conflict

    Remote Worker Communication During COVID-19: The Role of Quantity, Quality, and Supervisor Expectation-Setting

    Kristen M. Shockley, Tammy D. Allen, Hope Dodd, and Aashna M. Waiwood


    Keywords: telecommuting, communication, burnout, remote work, job performance

    Teamwork in the Time of COVID-19: Creating, Dissolving, and Reactivating Network Ties in Response to a Crisis

    1. Jasmine Wu, Brennan Antone, Arshya Srinivas, Leslie DeChurch, and Noshir Contractor


    Keywords: performance, uncertainty, network churn, team boundaries, dormant ties

    Feature Articles

    Does CWB Repair Negative Affective States, or Generate Them? Examining the Moderating Role of Trait Empathy

    Joel Koopman, James M. Conway, Nikolaos Dimotakis, Bennett J. Tepper, Young Eun Lee, Steven G. Rogelberg, and Robert B. Lount Jr.


    Keywords: empathy, counterproductive work behavior, negative affect, experience sampling

    Is One the Loneliest Number? A Within-Person Examination of the Adaptive and Maladaptive Consequences of Leader Loneliness at Work

    Allison S. Gabriel, Klodiana Lanaj, and Remy E. Jennings


    Keywords: loneliness, leaders, rumination, helping, experience sampling methods

    Taking Peers Into Account: Adoption and Effects of High-Investment Human Resource Systems

    Kaifeng Jiang, Riki Takeuchi, and Yingya Jia


    Keywords: human resource management, institutional theory, organizational performance, peer companies

    Robots at Work: People Prefer-and Forgive-Service Robots With Perceived Feelings

    Kai Chi Yam, Yochanan E. Bigman, Pok Man Tang, Remus Ilies, David De Cremer,

    Harold Soh, and Kurt Gray


    Keywords: anthropomorphism, service robots, mind perception

    Research Reports

    A Work–Family Enrichment Intervention: Transferring Resources Across Life Domains

    Ravit Heskiau and Julie M. McCarthy


    Keywords: self-efficacy, training, work-to-family enrichment, work-family intervention, interpersonal capitalization

    Cognitive Control Strategies and Adaptive Performance in a Complex Work Task

    Cornelia Niessen and Jonas W. B. Lang


    Keywords: self-control, adaptive performance, directed forgetting, intentional forgetting, cognitive control

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA