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Journal of Business and Psychology

Journal of Business and Psychology

Editor-in-Chief: Steven G. Rogelberg

ISSN: 0889-3268 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-353X (electronic version)

Journal no. 10869

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Virtual Issue No 3: Data and Methods in Organizational Science

Introduction

It is my pleasure to bring to you our 3rd Journal of Business and Psychology virtual issue on “Data and Methods in Organizational Science – 3rd Edition ”. Namely, this issue of JBP brings forward all of our major methodological pieces published in the last four years. This work not only offers "how to" types of guides, but represents the current state of our science. They are excellent resources written by premier scholars for navigating these methodologies/ techniques as a researcher and a consumer. Key topics include best practices in mediation, moderation, longitudinal research, SEM, Meta-analysis, historiography, and validating higher order constructs.
Steven G. Rogelberg

Articles

Estimating Group-Level Relationships: General Recommendations and Considerations for the Use of Intraclass Correlation Coefficients 

Maura I. Burke, Ronald S. Landis, Michael J. Burke

Amazon Mechanical Turk in Organizational Psychology: An Evaluation and Practical Recommendations 

Janelle H. Cheung, Deanna K. Burns, Robert R. Sinclair and Michael Sliter

Moderation in management research: What, why, when, and how 

Jeremy F. Dawson

Evaluating Item-Sort Task Methods: The Presentation of a New Statistical Significance Formula and Methodological Best Practices 

Matt C. Howard and Robert C. Melloy

Successfully combining meta-analysis and structural equation modeling: Recommendations and strategies 

Ronald S. Landis

Guidelines for the investigation of mediating variables in business research 

David P. MacKinnon, Stefany Coxe, Amanda N. Baraldi

RWA Web: A Free, Comprehensive, Web-Based, and User-Friendly Tool for Relative Weight Analyses 

Scott Tonidandel and James M. LeBreton

Four Research Designs and a Comprehensive Analysis Strategy for Investigating Common Method Variance with Self-Report Measures Using Latent Variables 

L. J. Williams & A.K. McGonagle

Digging through dust: Historiography for the organizational sciences 

Michael J. Zickar

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    The Journal of Business and Psychology (JBP) is an international outlet publishing high quality research designed to advance organizational science and practice.  Since its inception in 1986, the journal has published impactful scholarship in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behavior, Human Resources Management, Work Psychology, Occupational Psychology, and Vocational Psychology.

     

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