J Applied Pysch


Journal of Applied Psychology, 107(11)



Dynamic team composition: A theoretical framework exploring potential and kinetic dynamism in team capabilities.
Wolfson, Mikhail A.; D’Innocenzo, Lauren; Bell, Suzanne T. [Google Scholar]

(Mitigating) the self-fulfillment of gender stereotypes in teams: The interplay of competence attributions, behavioral dominance, individual performance, and diversity beliefs.
Meyer, Bertolt; van Dijk, Hans; van Engen, Marloes [Google Scholar]

A meta-analytic examination of the gender difference in creative performance.
Hora, Snehal; Badura, Katie L.; Lemoine, G. James; Grijalva, Emily [Google Scholar]

Consequences of perceiving organization members as a unified entity: Stronger attraction, but greater blame for member transgressions.
Effron, Daniel A.; Kakkar, Hemant; Cable, Daniel M. [Google Scholar]

Promotive and prohibitive ethical voice: Coworker emotions and support for the voice.
Chen, Anjier; Treviño, Linda K. [Google Scholar]

On the assessment of predictive bias in selection systems with multiple predictors.
Dahlke, Jeffrey A.; Sackett, Paul R. [Google Scholar]

Times are changing, bias isn’t: A meta-meta-analysis on publication bias detection practices, prevalence rates, and predictors in industrial/organizational psychology.
Siegel, Magdalena; Eder, Junia Sophia Nur; Wicherts, Jelte M.; Pietschnig, Jakob [Google Scholar]

Revisiting meta-analytic estimates of validity in personnel selection: Addressing systematic overcorrection for restriction of range.
Sackett, Paul R.; Zhang, Charlene; Berry, Christopher M.; Lievens, Filip [Google Scholar]

Leadership emergence: An integrative review.
Badura, Katie L.; Galvin, Benjamin M.; Lee, Min Young [Google Scholar]

Social support at work carries weight: Relations between social support, employees’ diurnal cortisol patterns, and body mass index.
Gonzalez-Mulé, Erik; Yuan, Zhenyu [Google Scholar]