Work and organizational psychology is a branch of mainstream psychology which has truly global reach. This subject covers a broad array of aspects such as individual, team and organizational effectiveness, creativity and innovation, cross-cultural leadership and the organization of health services, healthcare and employee well-being.
In five thematic volumes, this collection brings together key papers on the topic, and together with the introductory chapters written by the Editor for each volume, is designed to serve the interests of psychology scholars, and also those involved in the social and behavioural sciences, more broadly.
Volume One: Research Methodology
Volume Two: Assessment and Selection
Volume Three: Organisational Change and Development
Volume Four: Human Resource and Performance Management
Volume Five: Emerging Trends
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VOLUME ONE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Sample Size Requirements for Structural Equation Models an Evaluation of Power, Bias, and Solution Propriety Erika Wolf et al.
The Etiology of the Multilevel Paradigm in Management Research John Mathieu and Gilad Chen
Self-Reports in Organizational Research: Problems and Prospects Philip Podsakoff and Dennis Organ
Debunking Myths and Urban Legends about Meta-Analysis Herman Aguinis et al.
Cronbach's Coefficient Alpha: Well Known but Poorly Understood Eunseong Cho and Seonghoon Kim
Does Item Homogeneity Indicate Internal Consistency or Item Redundancy in Psychometric Scales? Gregory Boyle
New Techniques for Evaluating Temporal Consistency Justin DeSimone
Understanding the Results of Multiple Linear Regression beyond Standardized Regression Coefficients Kim Nimon and Frederick Oswald
Methodological Urban Legends: The Misuse of Statistical Control Variables Paul Spector and Michael Brannick
Method Variance in Organizational Research Truth or Urban Legend? Paul Spector
Best Practices in Exploratory Factor Analysis: Four Recommendations for Getting the Most from Your Analysis Jason Osborne and Anna Costello
Uses and Abuses of Coefficient Alpha Neal Schmitt
On the Use, the Misuse, and the Very Limited Usefulness of Cronbach’s Alpha Klaas Sijtsma
The Impact of Research Synthesis Methods on Industrial–Organizational Psychology: The Road from Pessimism to Optimism about Cumulative Knowledge D. DeGeest and F. Schmidt
LISREL Analyses of the RIASEC Model: Confirmatory and Congeneric Factor Analyses of Holland's Self-directed Search Gregory Boyle and Sergio Fabris
Meta-Analytic Procedure and Interpretation of Treatment Outcome and Test Validity for the Practitioner Psychologist Ephrem Fernandez and Gregory Boyle
VOLUME TWO: ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION
The Validity and Utility of Selection Methods in Personnel Psychology: Practical and Theoretical Implications of 85 Years of Research Findings Frank Schmidt and John Hunter
Which Personality Attributes Are Most Important in the Workplace? Paul Sackett and Philip Walmsley
A Different Look at Why Selection Procedures Work the Role of Candidates’ Ability to Identify Criteria Martin Kleinmann et al.
Social Media for Selection? Validity and Adverse Impact Potential of a Facebook-based Assessment Chad Van Iddekinge
Intelligence, Personality, and Interests in the Career Choice Process Phillip Ackerman and Margaret Beier
A Meta-Analytic Study of General Mental Ability Validity for Different Occupations in the European Community Jes?s Salgado et al.
Personality and Job Satisfaction: The Mediating Role of Job Characteristics Timothy Judge, Joyce Bono and Edwin Locke
Predicting Training Success with General Mental Ability, Specific Ability Tests, and (Un)Structured Interviews: A MetaAnalysis with Unique Samples Matthias Ziegler et al.
“Dark Side” Personality Styles as Predictors of Task, Contextual, and Job Performance Silvia Moscoso and Jes?s Salgado
Incremental Validity of Assessment Center Ratings over Cognitive Ability Tests: A Study at the Executive Management Level Diana Krause et al.
Employment Interview Reliability: New MetaAnalytic Estimates by Structure and Format Allen Huffcutt, Satoris Culbertson and William Weyhrauch
Work Sample Selection Tests and Expected Reduction in Adverse Impact: A Cautionary Note Philip Bobko, Philip Roth and Maury Buster
Career Assessment and the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire J.M. Schuerger
Fact and Fiction in Cognitive Ability Testing for Admissions and Hiring Decisions Nathan Kuncel and Sarah Hezlett
Extending Boundaries of Human Resource Concepts and Practices: An Innovative Recruitment Method for Indigenous Australians in Remote Regions Cecil Pearson and Sandra Daff
Personality and Employee Selection: Credibility Regained Cynthia Fisher and Gregory Boyle
VOLUME THREE: ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE/DEVELOPMENT