Org Res Methods


Organizational Research Methods, 23(2)


Divided We Fall: How Ratios Undermine Research in Strategic Management
S. Trevis Certo, John R. Busenbark, Matias Kalm, and Jeffery A. LePine [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Translating Informal Theories Into Formal Theories: The Case of the Dynamic Computational Model of the Integrated Model of Work Motivation
Jeffrey B. Vancouver, Mo Wang, and Xiaofei Li [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Getting On With Field Research Using Participant Deconstruction
April L. Wright, Stuart Middleton, Paul Hibbert, and Victoria Brazil [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Confronting the Digital: Doing Ethnography in Modern Organizational Settings
Onajomo Akemu and Samer Abdelnour [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Investigating Response Heterogeneity in the Context of Positively and Negatively Worded Items by Using Factor Mixture Modeling
Chester Chun Seng Kam and Xitao Fan [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Nominal Response Model Is Useful for Scoring Multiple-Choice Situational Judgment Tests
Jiyun Zu and Patrick C. Kyllonen [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Short Methodological Reports

Estimating Subgroup Differences in Staffing Research When the Selection Mechanism Is Unknown: A Response to Li’s Case IV Correction
Dustin A. Fife, Jorge Mendoza, Eric Day, and Robert Terry [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A Statistical Significance Test for Necessary Condition Analysis
Jan Dul, Erwin van der Laan, and Roelof Kuik [Publisher] [Google Scholar]