Authors discuss why corporate leaders might stick up for each other despite poor performance or bad behavior.
Topic: Diversity Publication: Personnel Psychology (Winter 2012) Article: Crossing the threshold: The spillover of community racial diversity and diversity climate to the workplace Authors: B. R. Ragins, J. A. Gonzalez, K. Ehrhardt, & R. Singh Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Organizations are looking to increase diversity in the workplace, and the
Topic: Selection, Assessment Publication: Human Performance (2009) Article: Not much more than g? An examination of the impact of intelligence on NFL performance Authors: B.D. Lyons, B.J. Hoffman, & J.W. Michel Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin, M.A. In most work, intelligence is a key a predictor of job performance. But
Topic: Personality Publication: Journal of Vocational Behavior (OCT 2012) Article: The HEXACO and Five-Factor Models of Personality in Relation to RIASEC Vocational Interests Authors: Derek A. McKay & David M. Tokar Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada In human resource management, there is a longstanding interest in the relationship between personality traits
Topic: Recruiting, Human Resources Publication: Personnel Psychology (AUTUMN 2012) Article: Recruiting through the stages: A meta-analytic test of predictors of applicant attraction at different stages of the recruiting process Authors: K. L. Uggerslev, N. E., Fassina, and D. Kraichy Reviewed By: Megan Leasher In the competition for true talent, I
Topic: Selection Publication: Psychological Bulletin (2009) Article: A meta-analysis of the five-factor model of personality and academic performance Authors: Arthur E. Poropat Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin, M.A. Does a student’s personality affect his or her academic performance? Poropat thinks so, and in investigating correlates of academic performance, he reviewed
Topic: Research Methodology, Statistics Publication: Organizational Research Methods Article: The time has come: Bayesian methods for data analysis in the organizational sciences Authors: Kruschke, J. K., Aguinis, H., and Joo, H. Reviewer: Neil Morelli If you’re like me you’ve probably heard grumbling about the limitations with traditional null hypothesis significance
Topic: Interviewing, Selection Publication: Journal of Applied Social Psychology Article: Why Are Manhole Covers Round? A Laboratory Study of Reactions to Puzzle Interviews (in press) Authors: Chris W. Wright, Chris J. Sablynski, Todd M. Manson, & Steven Oshiro Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Despite controversy over their effectiveness, interviews remain a