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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

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    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 106, Issue 12 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the twelfth issue of 2021 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 3 articles on the topic of understanding work, employment in COVID-19 pandemic, 1 integrative conceptual review, 3 feature articles, and 4 research reports. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Understanding Work and Employment in COVID-19 Pandemic

    Investing for Keeps: Firms' Prepandemic Investments in Human Capital Decreased Workforce Reductions Associated With COVID-19 Financial Pressures
    F. Scott Bentley, Rebecca R. Kehoe, and Hyesook Chung

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0001002

    Keywords: COVID-19, layoffs, downsizing, Strategic Human Resource Management, resource orchestration


    Compassion During Difficult Times: Team Compassion Behavior, Suffering, Supervisory Dependence, and Employee Voice During COVID-19
    Elijah X. M. Wee and Ryan Fehr

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0001001

    Keywords: COVID-19, dependency, suffering, team compassion behavior, employee voice


    Risky Business: Gig Workers and the Navigation of Ideal Worker Expectations During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Lindsey D. Cameron, Bobbi Thomason, and Vanessa M. Conzon

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000993

    Keywords: risk, ideal worker, service work, on-demand/gig economy, COVID-19 pandemic


    Integrative Conceptual Review

    See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil: Theorizing Network Silence Around Sexual Harassment
    M. Sandy Hershcovis, Ivana Vranjes, Jennifer L. Berdahl, and Lilia M. Cortina

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000861

    Keywords: network centrality, sexual harassment, network silence, social networks, workplace harassment


    Feature Articles

    Transformed by the Family: An Episodic, Attachment Theory Perspective on Family–Work Enrichment and Transformational Leadership
    Shawn T. McClean, Junhyok Yim, Stephen H. Courtright, and Benjamin B. Dunford

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000869

    Keywords: leadership, experience-sampling, family–work enrichment


    Excuse Me, Do You Have a Minute? An Exploration of the Dark- and Bright-Side Effects of Daily Work Interruptions for Employee Well-Being
    Harshad Puranik, Joel Koopman, and Heather C. Vough

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000875

    Keywords: self-regulation, belongingness, work interruption, work intrusion, job satisfaction


    "Burnt by the Spotlight": How Leadership Endorsements Impact the Longevity of Female Leaders
    Priyanka Dwivedi, Vilmos F. Misangyi, and Aparna Joshi

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000871

    Keywords: female CEO, stereotype threat, CEO gender, CEO tenure, CEO succession


    Research Reports

    Flexible Schedules Across Working Lives: Age-Specific Effects on Well-Being and Work
    Matthew M. Piszczek and Avani S. Pimputkar

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000844

    Keywords: aging, well-being, human resources, socioemotional selectivity theory, flexible schedules


    The Costs of Mindfulness at Work: The Moderating Role of Mindfulness in Surface Acting, Self-Control Depletion, and Performance Outcomes
    Christopher J. Lyddy, Darren J. Good, Mark C. Bolino, Phillip S. Thompson, and John Paul Stephens

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000863

    Keywords: mindfulness, replication, surface acting, self-control depletion, job performance


    Turnover During a Corporate Merger: How Workplace Network Change Influences Staying
    Meredith Woehler, Theresa M. Floyd, Neha Shah, Joshua E. Marineau, Wookje Sung, Travis J. Grosser, Jesse Fagan, and Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000864

    Keywords: mergers and acquisitions, power and status, social network change, voluntary turnover, network activation theory


    Portrait of a Workplace Deviant: A Clearer Picture of the Big Five and Dark Triad as Predictors of Workplace Deviance
    B. Parker Ellen III, Katherine C. Alexander, Jeremy D. Mackey, Charn P. McAllister, and Jack E. Carson

    http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/apl0000880

    Keywords: CWB, workplace deviance, big five, dark triad, predictors



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    Lillian Eby
    The Univ of Georgia
    Athens GA
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