TOC: J Applied Psych


Journal of Applied Psychology, 102(5)

It’s not me, it’s not you, it’s us! An empirical examination of relational attributions.
Eberly, Marion B.; Holley, Erica C.; Johnson, Michael D.; Mitchell, Terence R.

Comparing integral and incidental emotions: Testing insights from emotions as social information theory and attribution theory.
Hillebrandt, Annika; Barclay, Laurie J.

A self-regulatory perspective of work-to-home undermining spillover/crossover: Examining the roles of sleep and exercise.
Barber, Larissa K.; Taylor, Shannon G.; Burton, James P.; Bailey, Sarah F.

Using recruitment source timing and diagnosticity to enhance applicants’ occupation-specific human capital.
Campion, Michael C.; Ployhart, Robert E.; Campion, Michael A.

Dialectical thinking and fairness-based perspectives of affirmative action.
Hideg, Ivona; Ferris, D. Lance

Who r u?: On the (in)accuracy of incumbent-based estimates of range restriction in criterion-related and differential validity research.
Roth, Philip L.; Le, Huy; Oh, In-Sue; Van Iddekinge, Chad H.; Robbins, Steven B.

Dual tuning in creative processes: Joint contributions of intrinsic and extrinsic motivational orientations.
Gong, Yaping; Wu, Junfeng; Song, Lynda Jiwen; Zhang, Zhen

Hot shots and cool reception? An expanded view of social consequences for high performers.
Campbell, Elizabeth M.; Liao, Hui; Chuang, Aichia; Zhou, Jing; Dong, Yuntao