Topic: Counter-Productive Work Behavior Journal: Journal of Applied Psychology (2012) Article: Lost Sleep and Cyberloafing: Evidence From the Laboratory and a Daylight Saving Time Quasi-Experiment Authors: David T. Wagner, Christopher M. Barnes, Vivien K. G. Lim, D. Lance Ferris Reviewed By: Isaac Sabat New research shows that for every lost
Topic: Job Analysis, Measurement Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (SEP 2012) Article: Only Incumbent Raters in O*NET? Oh Yes! Oh No! Authors: P. T. Walmsley, M. W. Natali, and J. P. Campbell Reviewed By: Megan Leasher The Department of Labor hosts and updates a massive database for a
Topic: Recruiting, Unemployment Publication: Personnel Psychology Article: Navigating the black hole: Explicating layers of job search context and adaptational responses Authors: Wanberg, C., Basbug, G., Van Hooft, E.A.J., & Samtani, A. Reviewer: Neil Morelli Researchers have typically studied the job search process by focusing on how hard someone is trying,
Topic: Personality, Leadership, Fairness Publication: Personnel Psychology (Winter 2012) Article: Am I the only one this supervisor is laughing at? Effects of aggressive humor on employee strain and addictive behaviors Authors: Huo, Y., Lam, W., & Chen, Z. Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin It’s nice to have a supervisor with a
We are so thankful for our readers, and for a great 2012. Looking forward to more great reading in 2013! Thanks for coming back! The I/O at Work Team
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: Staffing, Interviewing Publication: Computers in Human Behavior Article: The effects of avatar appearance on interviewer ratings in virtual employment interviews Authors: Behrend, T., Toaddy, S., Thompson, L.F., Sharek, D.J. Reviewer: Neil Morelli On the morning of your big interview you get up extra early to make sure the hair
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Topic: Selection Publication: Perspectives on Psychological Science (2011) Article: The hungry mind: Intellectual curiosity is the third pillar of academic performance Authors: Sophie von Stumm, Benedikt Hell, and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic Reviewed By: Scott Charles Sitrin, M.A. What predicts academic performance? Previous research has shown that both intelligence and effort do.
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