What We Know and Don’t Know About Corporate Social Responsibility
The authors review the corporate social responsibility (CSR) literature based on 588 journal articles and 102 books and book chapters. They offer a multilevel and multidisciplinary theoretical…
Benefits of training and development for individuals and teams, organizations, and society.
A multidisciplinary, multilevel, and global perspective is adopted to demonstrate that training and development activities in work organizations can produce important benefits for each of these stakeholders.
Effect size and power in assessing moderating effects of categorical variables using multiple regression: a 30-year review.
- Herman Aguinis, J. Beaty, R. J. Boik, C. Pierce
- Psychology, BusinessJournal of Applied Psychology
Results suggest the need to minimize the influence of artifacts that produce a downward bias in the observed effect size and put into question the use of conventional definitions of moderating effect sizes.
Best Practice Recommendations for Designing and Implementing Experimental Vignette Methodology Studies
We describe experimental vignette methodology (EVM) as a way to address the dilemma of conducting experimental research that results in high levels of confidence regarding internal validity but is…
Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management
This chapter discusses the development of organizational Responsibility and Ethical Issues in Human Resources Management and the role of organizational responsibility and ethical issues in human resources management.
Statistical power problems with moderated multiple regression in management research.
- Herman Aguinis
The Too-Much-of-a-Good-Thing Effect in Management
A growing body of empirical evidence in the management literature suggests that antecedent variables widely accepted as leading to desirable consequences actually lead to negative outcomes. These…
Correlational effect size benchmarks.
- Frank Bosco, Herman Aguinis, Kulraj Singh, James G. Field, C. Pierce
- PsychologyJournal of Applied Psychology
- 1 March 2015
This study extracted 147,328 correlations and developed a hierarchical taxonomy of variables reported in Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology from 1980 to 2010 to produce empirical effect size benchmarks at the omnibus level, for 20 common research domains, and for an even finer grained level of generality.
Organizational responsibility: Doing good and doing well.
- Herman Aguinis
The goals of this chapter are to introduce organizational responsibility research and practice to the field of industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology and to encourage I/O psychology…
Cautionary Note on Reporting Eta-Squared Values from Multifactor ANOVA Designs
The authors provide a cautionary note on reporting accurate eta-squared values from multifactor analysis of variance (ANOVA) designs. They reinforce the distinction between classical and partial…