TOC: J Applied Psych
Journal of Applied Psychology, 101(7)
Recognizing “me” benefits “we”: Investigating the positive spillover effects of formal individual recognition in teams.
–Li, Ning; Zheng, Xiaoming; Harris, T. Brad; Liu, Xin; Kirkman, Bradley L. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Nonlinear effects of team tenure on team psychological safety climate and climate strength: Implications for average team member performance.
–Koopmann, Jaclyn; Lanaj, Klodiana; Wang, Mo; Zhou, Le; Shi, Junqi [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
The information-anchoring model of first offers: When moving first helps versus hurts negotiators.
–Loschelder, David D.; Trötschel, Roman; Swaab, Roderick I.; Friese, Malte; Galinsky, Adam D. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Can genes play a role in explaining frequent job changes? An examination of gene-environment interaction from human capital theory.
–Chi, Wei; Li, Wen-Dong; Wang, Nan; Song, Zhaoli [Publisher] [Google Scholar]
Skewed task conflicts in teams: What happens when a few members see more conflict than the rest?
–Sinha, Ruchi; Janardhanan, Niranjan S.; Greer, Lindred L.; Conlon, Donald E.; Edwards, Jeffery R. [Publisher] [Google Scholar]