ISSN 0031-5826 (Print); ISSN 1744-6570 (Online)
Personnel psychology awards
Dropped on the way to the top: Gender and managerial derailment
Bono, Joyce E.; Braddy, Phillip W.; Liu, Yihao; Gilbert, Elisabeth K.; Fleenor, John W.; Quast, Louis N.; Center, Bruce A.
Feeling bad and doing good: The effect of customer mistreatment on service employee's daily display of helping behaviors
Yue, Yumeng; Wang, Karyn L.; Groth, Markus
Help yourself by helping others: The joint impact of group member organizational citizenship behaviors and group cohesiveness on group member objective task performance change
Liu, Dong; Chen, Xiao‐Ping; Holley, Erica
Are supervisors and coworkers likely to witness employee counterproductive work behavior? An investigation of observability and self–observer convergence
Carpenter, Nichelle C.; Rangel, Bertha; Jeon, Gahyun; Cottrell, Jonathan
Commuting stress process and self‐regulation at work: Moderating roles of daily task significance, family interference with work, and commuting means efficacy
Zhou, Le; Wang, Mo; Chang, Chu‐Hsiang; Liu, Songqi; Zhan, Yujie; Shi, Junqi
Paula Nicolson. Gender, power, and organization: A psychological perspective on life at work, second edition. New York: Routledge, 2015, 180 pages, $155, hardcover
Jeffrey Pfeffer. Leadership BS: Fixing workplaces and careers one truth at a time. New York: Harper Collins, 2015, 272 pages, $29.99, hardcover
Bongiovi, Joseph R.
Jean Paul Isson and Jesse S. Harriott. People analytics in the era of big data: Changing the way you attract, acquire, develop, and retain talent. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2016, 416 pages, $49.95, hardcover
Thakur, Shweta Jaiswal
Robert Bolton and Dorothy Grover Bolton. What great trainers do: The ultimate guide to delivering engaging and effective learning. New York: AMACOM, 2016, 304 pages, $45.00, hardcover
Jackson, Alexander T.
Books and materials received
List of Ad‐Hoc reviewers for personnel psychology