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COVID-19 and the workplace: Implications, issues, and insights for future research and action.
The impacts of COVID-19 on workers and workplaces across the globe have been dramatic. This broad review of prior research rooted in work and organizational psychology, and related fields, isExpand
Using Item Response Theory to Develop Measures of Acquisitive and Protective Self-Monitoring From the Original Self-Monitoring Scale
For the past 40 years, the conventional univariate model of self-monitoring has reigned as the dominant interpretative paradigm in the literature. However, recent findings associated with anExpand
Extraversion advantages at work: A quantitative review and synthesis of the meta-analytic evidence.
How and to what extent does extraversion relate to work relevant variables across the lifespan? In the most extensive quantitative review to date, we summarize results from 97 published meta-analysesExpand
A contemporary taxometric analysis of the latent structure of self-monitoring.
One of the most provocative findings in the personality psychology literature is evidence that the latent structure of self-monitoring is categorical. That is, individuals can be classified as eitherExpand
Self-Monitoring and the Metatraits.
Prior attempts at locating self-monitoring within general taxonomies of personality traits have largely proved unsuccessful. However, past research has typically neglected (a) the bidimensionality ofExpand
Increasing Interrater Reliability Using Composite Performance Measures
LeBreton, Scherer, and James (2014) raise important questions about the implica- tions of unreliable criterion measurement in industrial – organizational (I – O) psy- chology. Although we do notExpand
How Data Analysis Can Dominate Interpretations of Dominant General Factors
A dominant general factor (DGF) is present when a single factor accounts for the majority of reliable variance across a set of measures (Ree, Carretta, & Teachout, 2015). In the presence of a DGF,Expand
Empirical Benchmarks for Interpreting Effect Size Variability in Meta-Analysis
Generalization in meta-analyses is not a dichotomous decision (typically encountered in papers using the Q test for homogeneity, the 75% rule, or null hypothesis tests). Inattention to effect sizeExpand
A century of research on conscientiousness at work
Significance Conscientiousness (C) is the most potent noncognitive predictor of occupational performance. However, questions remain about how C relates to a plethora of occupational variables, whatExpand
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