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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 09-06-2022 16:08

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 107, Issue 8 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the ninth issue of 2022 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 1 editor's choice feature article, 7 feature articles, and 3 research reports. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Editor's Choice Feature Article

    The Role of Fairness Perceptions in Patient and Employee Health: A Multilevel, Multisource Investigation

    Isabel Bilotta, Jeremy F. Dawson, and Eden B. King


    Keywords: fairness, voice, the group engagement model, organizational justice, employee health

    Feature Articles

    You Are What You Eat: How and When Workplace Healthy Eating Cultivates Coworker Perceptions and Behaviors

    Trevor Watkins, Amanda S. Patel, and Giselle E. Antoine


    Keywords: eating, self-control, consumption stereotypes, organizational climate

    Managing My Shame: Examining the Effects of Parental Identity Threat and Emotional Stability on Work Productivity and Investment in Parenting

    Rebecca L. Greenbaum, Yingli Deng, Marcus M. Butts, Cynthia S. Wang, and Alexis N. Smith


    Keywords: shame, parenting, work– family blending, identity threat, emotional stability

    I Know How I Feel but Do I Know How You Feel? Investigating Metaperceptions to Advance Relationship-Based Leadership Approaches

    Zhenyu Yuan, Frederick P. Morgeson, and Xiaoyu Wang


    Keywords: metaperception, power, leader–member exchange, dyadic analysis, one-with-many model

    Inclined but Less Skilled? Disentangling Extraversion, Communication Skill, and Leadership Emergence

    Tyree Mitchell, G. James Lemoine, and Diana Lee


    Keywords: personality, leadership emergence, communication skill, team composition, social identity

    When Leader Self-Care Begets Other Care: Leader Role Self-Compassion and Helping at Work

    Klodiana Lanaj, Remy E. Jennings, Susan J. Ashford, and Satish Krishnan


    Keywords: helping, self-compassion, power, leadership, leader identity

    Motivated to "Roll the Dice" on Trust: The Relationships Between Employees' Daily Motives, Risk Propensity, and Trust

    Michael D. Baer, Hudson Sessions, David T. Welsh, and Fadel K. Matta


    Keywords: trust, motives, trustworthiness, motivated reasoning, risk propensity

    Daily Engagement and Productivity: The Importance of the Speed of Engagement

    Ryan M. Vogel, Jessica B. Rodell, and Anastasiia Agolli


    Keywords: employee engagement, speed of engagement, employee productivity, experience sampling methodology, field experiment

    Research Reports

    Cross-Lagged Effects of Voluntary Job Changes and Well-Being: A Continuous Time Approach

    Meike Sons and Cornelia Niessen


    Keywords: turnover, well-being, organizational socialization, continuous time modeling, work– family conflicts

    An Integration-and-Learning Perspective on Gender Diversity in Self-Managing Teams: The Roles of Learning Goal Orientation and Shared Leadership

    Yixuan Li, Jaclyn Koopmann, Klodiana Lanaj, and John R. Hollenbeck


    Keywords: self-managing teams, gender diversity, learning goal orientation, shared leadership

    Profiles in Time: Understanding the Nature and Outcomes of Profiles of Temporal Focus

    Abbie J. Shipp, Allison S. Gabriel, and Lisa Schurer Lambert


    Keywords: time, temporal focus, time perspective, individual difference, latent profile analysis

    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA