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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 02-23-2023 12:26

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 108, Issue 3 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the third issue of 2023 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 1 editor's choice article, 5 feature articles, 1 integrative conceptual review, and 1 research report. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Editor's Choice Feature Article

    Multiple, Speeded Assessments Under Scrutiny: Underlying Theory, Design Considerations, Reliability, and Validity

    Christoph N. Herde and Filip Lievens


    Keywords: personnel selection, multiple speeded assessments, behavioral job simulations, thin slices, stimulus domain and response domain sampling

    Feature Articles

    Makeup Calls in Organizations: An Application of Justice to the Study of Bad Calls

    Meghan A. Thornton-Lugo, Matthew W. McCarter, Jonathan R. Clark, William Luse, Steven J. Hyde, Zahra Heydarifard, and Lulu S. R. Huang


    Keywords: guilt, decision-making, atonement, organizational justice, makeup calls


    Feeling Possessive, Performing Well? Effects of Job-Based Psychological Ownership on Territoriality, Information Exchange, and Job Performance

    Xingwen Chen, Cynthia Lee, Chun Hui, Weipeng Lin, Graham Brown, and Jun Liu


    Keywords: territoriality, territorial marking, territorial defending, territorial expanding, job-based psychological ownership, information exchange, job performance, regulatory focus, prevention focus, promotion focus, employees


    Walking on Eggshells: A Self-Control Perspective on Workplace Political Correctness

    Joel Koopman, Klodiana Lanaj, Young Eun Lee, Valeria Alterman, Cody Bradley, and Adam C. Stoverink


    Keywords: self-control, depletion, work-family, political correctness, experience sampling


    Toward a Holistic Perspective of Congruence Research With the Polynomial Regression Model

    Yongheng (Angus) Yao and Zhenzhong Ma


    Keywords: contingency, congruence effect, person-environment fit, exact correspondence effect, a holistic perspective


    Stopping Surface-Acting Spillover: A Transactional Theory of Stress Perspective

    Amy L. Bartels, Anna C. Lennard, Brent A. Scott, and Suzanne J. Peterson


    Keywords: surface acting, transactional theory of stress, work– home spillover


    Integrative Conceptual Review

    The Organizational Psychology of Gig Work: An Integrative Conceptual Review

    Russell Cropanzano, Ksenia Keplinger, Brittany K. Lambert, Brianna Caza, and Susan J. Ashford


    Keywords: contracting, gig work, platform work, algorithmic management, sharing economy

    Research Report

    Toward a Better Understanding of the Causal Effects of Role Demands on Work–Family Conflict: A Genetic Modeling Approach

    Tammy D. Allen, Joseph Regina, Brenton M. Wiernik, and Aashna M. Waiwood


    Keywords: personality, personality traits, work– family conflict, family interference with work, work interference with family, role demands, genetic correlates, genetic factors, variance, time-invariant, confounding factors, causal effects

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA