Researchers demonstrate that conflict specifically related to the job can benefit performance when a psychological safety climate is in place.
Topic: Employee Satisfaction, Sexual Harassment Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (SEP 2010) Article: Comparing Victim Attributions and Outcomes for Workplace Aggression and Sexual Harassment Authors: Hershcovis, M. S., & Barling, J. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Sexual harassment is a common, negative component of organizational life that has received a good
Topic: Selection Publication: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2011) Article: Role of test motivation in intelligence testing Authors: Angela L. Duckworth, Patrick D. Quinn, Donald R. Lynam, Rolf Loeber, and Magda Stouthamer-Loeber Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin Will a person’s IQ vary with his or her level of
Topic: Fairness Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (JUL 2011) Article: Justice as a Dynamic Construct: Effects of Individual Trajectories on Distal Work Outcomes Authors: Hausknecht, J. P., Sturman, M. C., & Roberson, Q. M. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Organizational justice continues to play a prominent role in the science and
Topic: Job Performance, Personality, Training Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (NOV 2011) Article: Want a Tip? Service Performance as a Function of Emotion Regulation and Extraversion Authors: N. Chi, A.A. Grandey, J.A. Diamond, K.R. Krimmel Reviewed By: Ben Sher Your restaurant server is quite the professional! He manages a genuine,
Topic: Training Publication: Personnel Psychology (SUMMER 2011) Article: A meta-analytic examination of the instructional effectiveness of computer-based simulation games Author: Sitzmann, T. Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Computer-based simulation games are increasingly being used in training, but how does their effectiveness compare to that of traditional training methods? And what are
Topic: Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (DEC 2011) Article: Selection Practices in Canadian Firms: An Empirical Investigation Authors: Mann, S. L., & Chowhan, J. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada A persistent paradox in IO psychology is the frequent use, by organizations, of selection methods that research has not
Topic: Emotional Intelligence Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (SEP 2011) Article: The Primacy of Perceiving: Emotion Recognition Buffers Negative Effects of Emotional Labor Authors: Myriam N. Bechtold, Sonja Rohrmann, Irene E. De Pater, and Bianca Beersma Reviewed by: Mary Alice Crowe-Taylor, Ph.D. Are jobs that require emotional labor seemingly everywhere?
Topic: Burnout Publication: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (MAY 2008) Article: Making Choices Impairs Subsequent Self-Control: A Limited-Resource Account of Decision Making, Self-Regulation, and Active Initiative Authors: Kathleen D. Vohs, Roy F. Baumeister, Brandon J. Schmeichel, Jean M. Twenge, Noelle M. Nelson, and Dianne M. Tice Reviewed By: Scott
Topic: Ethics Publication: Academy of Management Review Article: Moral maturation and moral conation: A capacity approach to explaining moral thought and action Authors: Hannah, S. T., Avolio, B. J., & May, D. R. Reviewer: Neil Morelli When it comes to identifying unethical behavior in politics, business, and sport, all it