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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 01-15-2021 10:17

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 106, Issue 1 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the first issue of 2021 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes an editorial from me as the new editor-in-chief of the journal, 5 articles on the topic of understanding work and employment in COVID-19 pandemic, 3 feature articles, and 2 research reports. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.



    Lillian T. Eby 


    Understanding Work and Employment in COVID-19 Pandemic

    How critical activities within COVID-19 intensive care units increase nurses' daily occupational calling.

    Yue Zhu, Tingting Chen, Jie Wang, Mo Wang, Russell E. Johnson, and Yanghua Jin. 


    Keywords: occupational calling; COVID-19 pandemic; health care; prosocial motivation

    Work-family strategies during COVID-19: Examining gender dynamics among dual-earner couples with young children.

    Kristen M. Shockley, Malissa A. Clark, Hope Dodd, and Eden B. King. 


    Keywords: work-family; gender; dual-earner couples; division of childcare; remote work

    When helping hurts: COVID-19 critical incident involvement and resource depletion in health care workers.

    Miguel P. Caldas, Kathryn Ostermeier, and Danielle Cooper. 


    Keywords: COVID-19; resource depletion; prosocial motivation; prosocial impact; emotional exhaustion

    Anxiety responses to the unfolding COVID-19 crisis: Patterns of change in the experience of prolonged exposure to stressors.

    Sherry (Qiang) Fu, Lindsey M. Greco, Anna C. Lennard, and Nikolaos Dimotakis.


    Keywords: COVID-19; anxiety; stressors; transactional model of stress; experience sampling

    Plug back into work, safely: Job reattachment, leader safety commitment, and job engagement in the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Zhenyu Yuan, Zhuxin Ye, and Meng Zhong. 


    Keywords: COVID-19; engagement; safety; job reattachment; leader safety commitment

    Feature Articles

    Leveraging age diversity for organizational performance: An intellectual capital perspective.

    Yixuan Li, Yaping Gong, Anne Burmeister, Mo Wang, Valeria Alterman, Alexander Alonso, and Samuel Robinson. 


    Keywords: age diversity, human capital, social capital, functional diversity, age-inclusive management

    Changes in perceptions of ethical leadership: Effects on associative and dissociative outcomes.

    Thomas W. H. Ng, Mo Wang, Dennis Y. Hsu, and Chang Su. 


    Keywords: ethical leadership, pride, contempt, voice, turnover

    Prompt-specificity in scenario-based assessments: Associations with personality versus knowledge and effects on predictive validity.

    Thomas Rockstuhl, and Filip Lievens. 


    Keywords: simulations, situational judgment tests, prompts, scenarios, intercultural performance

    Research Reports

    This job is (literally) killing me: A moderated-mediated model linking work characteristics to mortality.

    Erik Gonzalez-Mulé and Bethany S. Cockburn. 


    Keywords: stress, job characteristics, depression, allostatic load, mortality

    Does manager servant leadership lead to follower serving behaviors? It depends on follower self-interest.

    Junfeng Wu, Robert C. Liden, Chenwei Liao and Sandy J. Wayne.


    Keywords: servant leadership, follower dispositional self-interest, follower serving behaviors

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA