J Applied Psych


Journal of Applied Psychology, 108(2)



Special Section: Understanding Racism in the Workplace

Quinetta Roberson: Editor

Understanding racism in the workplace.
Roberson, Quinetta [Google Scholar]

When thriving requires effortful surviving: Delineating manifestations and resource expenditure outcomes of microaggressions for Black employees.
King, Danielle D.; Fattoracci, Elisa S. M.; Hollingsworth, David W.; Stahr, Elliot; Nelson, Melinda [Google Scholar]

The cost of managing impressions for Black employees: An expectancy violation theory perspective.
Wayne, Sandy J.; Sun, Jiaqing; Kluemper, Donald H.; Cheung, Gordon W.; Ubaka, Adaora [Google Scholar]

The missing middle: Asian employees’ experience of workplace discrimination and pro-black allyship.
Jun, Sora; Phillips, L. Taylor; Foster-Gimbel, Olivia Anne [Google Scholar]

Challenging racism as a Black police officer: An emergent theory of employee anti-racism.
Prengler, Melanie K.; Chawla, Nitya; Leigh, Angelica; Rogers, Kristie M. [Google Scholar]

Asians don’t ask? Relational concerns, negotiation propensity, and starting salaries.
Lu, Jackson G. [Google Scholar]

A matter of when, not whether: A meta-analysis of modesty bias in East Asian self-ratings of job performance.
Cho, Inchul; Hu, Biyun; Berry, Christopher M. [Google Scholar]

The ethics of diversity ideology: Consequences of leader diversity ideology on ethical leadership perception and organizational citizenship behavior.
Dang, Carolyn T.; Volpone, Sabrina D.; Umphress, Elizabeth E. [Google Scholar]

Are leaders still presumed white by default? Racial bias in leader categorization revisited.
Petsko, Christopher D.; Rosette, Ashleigh Shelby [Google Scholar]

Challenging conclusions about predictive bias against Hispanic test takers in personnel selection.
Sackett, Paul R.; Zhang, Charlene; Berry, Christopher M. [Google Scholar]