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Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

  • 1.  Latest Issue of the Journal of Applied Psychology

    Posted 11-14-2023 18:59

    Journal of Applied Psychology - Vol. 108, Issue 11 TOC

    Apologies for cross-postings. I am pleased to share with you all the eleventh issue of 2023 at Journal of Applied Psychology. This issue includes 1 editor's choice feature article, 5 feature articles, and 1 research report. Below, you will find titles, author information, DOI links, and keywords of this issue.

    Editor's Choice Feature Article

    Who Needs Nature? The Influence of Employee Speciesism on Nature-Based Need Satisfaction and Subsequent Work Behavior

    Pok Man Tang, Anthony C. Klotz, Shawn T. McClean, Yating Wang, Zhaoli Song, and Chin Tung Stewart Ng


    Keywords: speciesism, nature exposure, basic need satisfaction, self-determination theory

    Feature Articles

    No Person Is an Island: Unpacking the Work and After-Work Consequences of Interacting With Artificial Intelligence

    Pok Man Tang, Joel Koopman, Ke Michael Mai, David De Cremer, Jack H. Zhang, Philipp Reynders, Chin Tung Stewart Ng, and I-Heng Chen


    Keywords: artificial intelligence, AI, interaction, interaction frequency, employees, work goals, experiences, need, social affiliation, need for affiliation, helping behavior, coworkers, loneliness, after-work, alcohol consumption, insomnia, attachment anxiety

    COVID-19 and the Great Resignation: The Role of Death Anxiety, Need for Meaningful Work, and Task Significance

    Minya Xu, Scott B. Dust, and Shengming Liu


    Keywords: COVID-19, death anxiety, increase in the need for meaningful work, task significance, turnover intentions

    Comparing Forced-Choice and Single-Stimulus Personality Scores on a Level Playing Field: A Meta-Analysis of Psychometric Properties and Susceptibility to Faking

    Andrew B. Speer, Lauren J. Wegmeyer, Andrew P. Tenbrink, Angie Y. Delacruz, Neil D. Christiansen, and Rouan M. Salim


    Keywords: forced-choice, single-stimulus, personality, faking, susceptibility, assessment validity, personality assessments

    Within-Person Personality Variability in the Work Context: A Blessing or a Curse for Job Performance?

    Loes Abrahams, Jasmine Vergauwe, and Filip De Fruyt


    Keywords: within-person variability, job performance, personality states, observer ratings, socioanalytic theory

    The Forgotten Side of Empowering Others: How Lower Social Structural Empowerment Attenuates the Effects of Empowering Leadership on Employee Psychological Empowerment and Performance

    Tobias Dennerlein and Bradley L. Kirkman


    Keywords: performance, empowering leadership, social structural empowerment, psychological empowerment

    Research Report

    Wearing Different Hats Enriches "Outside the Box" Thinking: Examining the Relationship Between Personal Life Activity Breadth and Creativity at Work

    Victoria L. Daniel and Yujie Zhan


    Keywords: work–life enrichment, enrichment theory, employees, personal life activities, personal life, activity breadth, construal level, nonwork, cognitive developmental resources, creativity at work, nonwork affective resources

    Jenny Hoobler
    NOVA University School of Business and Economics
    2023-24 Division Chair, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion