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Primary Content Areas (listed by session number; numbers following hyphens are posters)

This index shows the main title of every item accepted for the SIOP program, grouped by the primary content area as designated by its submitter.  Titles are shown in order of presentation within areas.  Numbers with hyphens are posters.  For presentation formats other than posters (symposia/forums, discussions, and so forth) only the main title is indexed, not subsidiary presentation titles. Visit http://www.siop.org/programsearch to search the electronic version of the conference program by keywords, all content area codes, and authors’ names.

Careers/Mentoring/Socialization/Onboarding/Retirement

9 Age and Career Development in a Changing World of Work, Lake Erie, 10:30 AM
40 A Day in the Life of an I-O Psychologist, Williford B, 12:00 PM
52 Successful Transitions: The Long and Winding Road in I-O Careers, Continental A, 1:30 PM
66-1 Theme Track: Greener Pastures: Developing Career Exploration Tools for Green Jobs, Williford C, 2:30 PM
71 Who Can Get and Keep a Job? Understanding Employability, Continental C, 3:30 PM
75 Researching I-Os: What Happens When We Work Remotely? Lake Huron, 3:30 PM
91 Jobs in Academia: Much More Than I-O, Continental C, 5:00 PM
98 Getting the Right Start: Advice for Early Career I-O Psychologists, Waldorf, 5:00 PM
117 Reject, Revise, Resubmit: Editors’ Tips for Responding to Journal Reviews, Williford B, 8:00 AM
143-1 Setting the Stage for Mentoring: Organizational Characteristics and Career Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-2 Development and Pilot Testing of a Business Networking Self-Assessment, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-3 Strength in Adversity: Psychological Capital and Job Search During Unemployment, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-4 Predictors of New Employee Socialization to Organizations, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-5 Career Commitment Mediating Proactive Personality and Multiple Mentoring Relationships, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-6 A New Approach to the Strong Interest Inventory Occupation Scales, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-7 Social Network Centrality, Career Satisfaction, and Career Self-Efficacy in College, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-8 A Field and Laboratory Study of Negative Mentoring Relationships, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-9 Affectivity, Mentoring, Commitment, and Turnover in Newcomers: A Dynamic Approach, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-10 Academic Mentoring Relationship Communication Processes and Participant-Reported Effectiveness, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-11 Mentoring in Academia: Who Needs It? SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-12 Attachment Anxiety in Mentoring Relationships: The Mediating Role of Commitment, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-13 Challenging Tasks: The Role of Employees’ and Supervisors’ Goal Orientations, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-14 Proactivity Fits: Fit as Mediator Between Career Initiative and Success, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-15 Joint Effects of Internal and External Resources on Unemployment Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-16 A Study of Ghiselli’s Hobo Syndrome, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
145 Economic Downturn: Psychological Issues, Williford B, 10:30 AM
167-1 Managerial Promotability: The Roles of Supervisor Support and Mentoring Subordinates, Astoria, 1:00 PM
167-2 Individual and Organizational Outcomes of Negative Mentoring Experiences, Astoria, 1:00 PM
167-3 The Relationship Between Negative Mentoring Experiences and Workplace Outcomes, Astoria, 1:00 PM
167-4 The Effect of Value Congruence on Mentoring Relationships and Outcomes, Astoria, 1:00 PM
168 All Aboard: Opportunities and Challenges Associated With Employee Onboarding, Lake Michigan, 1:00 PM
175 No PhD? No Problem. What I-O Job Seekers Really Need, Lake Erie, 1:30 PM
194 A Retirement Research Incubator: Expanding Applied Research Frontiers, Joliet, 3:30 PM
234 20/20 @ 20: Reflecting On Career Paths, Waldorf, 8:00 AM
244 Scholarly Impact and Career Success in Organizational Behavior, Continental A, 10:30 AM
269 Bridging Micro- and Macrodomains in I-O Psychology, Continental B, 12:00 PM
291 (Consulting) Women With a View, Boulevard C, 1:30 PM
298 The Next Generation of Mentoring Programs: Alternatives to Traditional Designs, Lake Ontario, 1:30 PM
302 Guiding Undergraduates to I-O: Attracting Talent and Providing Opportunities, Lake Erie, 2:00 PM

Coaching/Leadership Development

31 Organizational Support: The Lifeline for Successful Leadership Coaching, Continental C, 12:00 PM
33 Experience-Based Leadership Development: Resolving Some Thorny Issues, Lake Erie, 12:00 PM
57 Coaching for Employee Development, PDR 2, 1:30 PM
80 “I” Meets “O”: Assessment-Driven Leadership Development and Talent Management, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 3:30 PM
106 Follow Through, the Key to ROI in Executive Coaching, International Ballroom South, 8:00 AM
126 International Leadership Development Through the Use of Personality Assessments, Williford B, 9:30 AM
134 Manager, Know Thyself! A Closer Look at Self-Awareness, International Ballroom South, 10:30 AM
143-17 Factors Predicting Success as an Executive Coach, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-18 Scalpels, not Hacksaws: Culturally Competent Coaching, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-19 Career Velocity and Challenging Work Experiences, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
143-20 Development of a Competency-Based Executive Development Program, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
155 New Avenues in 360s: Implicit Leadership Theories and Fit, Continental B, 12:00 PM
164 Programmatic Executive Coaching for Individual and Organizational Change, International Ballroom South, 12:30 PM
196 Optimizing Qualitative and Quantitative Data for Executive Assessment and Development, Lake Huron, 3:30 PM
200 Managing Coaching Practices: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 3:30 PM
214 Leadership Development, Applying Mixed Interventions Globally: Management Training and Coaching, Continental B, 5:00 PM
224 Utility of Noncognitive Assessments for Developing MBA Students, International Ballroom South, 8:00 AM
227 Executive Versus Emotional Intelligence: 21st Century High-Performance Strategy, Lake Huron, 8:00 AM
254 Continually Optimizing High-Potential Leadership Development, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 10:30 AM
271 Developing Culturally Competent Leaders: Current Theory, Research, and Lessons Learned, International Ballroom South, 12:00 PM
275 Anecdotal Schmanectodal: Applying Metrics to Leadership Development, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 12:00 PM
 

Consulting Practices/Ethical Issues

6 I-O on a Dime: Best Practices in a Post-Recession World, Continental B, 10:30 AM
15 Consulting on the Frontier of Technology-Delivered I-O Psychology, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 10:30 AM
137 Lost in Translation: Early Practitioners Tell All, Lake Huron, 10:30 AM
179 I-O Psychology for Dummies: How to Explain What We Do, Waldorf, 1:30 PM
216 Executing HR Initiatives in the Age of the New Normal, Lake Michigan, 5:00 PM
256-1 Resumé Embellishment in Job-Search Behavior: A Social Networks Perspective, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-2 Antecedents of Unethical Behavior: The Moderating Role of Ethical Leadership, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-3 Examining Ethicality Judgments of Theft Behavior, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
258 The Evolving U.S. Educational System: How Can I-O Psychology Contribute? Williford A, 10:30 AM

Counterproductive Behavior/Workplace Deviance

61 Examining Factors That Exacerbate, Alleviate, and Explain Consequences of Incivility, Continental B, 2:00 PM
130 New Developments in Abusive Supervision Research, Boulevard C, 10:30 AM
149 Methodological Triangulation in the Study of Workplace Mistreatment, Lake Erie, 11:30 AM
151-1 An Attribution-Centered Model of Personality and Voluntary Work Behavior, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-2 Five-Factor Model of Personality and Counterproductive Cyber Behaviors, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-3 How and When Bottom-Line Mentality Is Related to Social Undermining, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-4 Predicting Dishonest Online Test-Taking Behavior in Unproctored Internet-Based Testing, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-5 Preventing Deviant Behavior in Achievement Settings Among Young Workers, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-6 Sleep Deprivation, Moral Disengagement, and Cheating, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-7 Deviant Behavior Impression Management: A Newly Proposed Impression Management Dimension, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-8 Aberrant Self-Promoters at Work, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-9 “Little White Lies?” Establishing a Baseline of Applicant Dissimulation, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-10 Psychological Capital as a Moderator of Job Stress and Incivility, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-11 Development of a Taxonomy of Cyber Behaviors, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-12 When Bullying Pays Off: Political Skill and Job Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-13 Self-Esteem and Counterproductive Behavior: A Meta-Analytic Review, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-14 Aberrant Personality and Choice of Negotiation Tactics, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
170-1 Political Skill on the Perceived Victimization–Performance Relationship: Constructive Replication, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-2 Negative Affect and Counterproductive Work Behavior: Roles of Arousal Level, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-3 Influence of Personality and Politics on Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
195 New Directions in Research on Workplace Aggression, Lake Erie, 3:30 PM
251 New Developments in Interpersonal Aggression Research: The Role of Moderators, Lake Michigan, 10:30 AM
289 Questioning the Boundaries of Civility and Incivility in the Workplace, Williford A, 1:00 PM

Emotions/Emotional Labor

65 Individual and Social Influences on Emotional Labor and Performance, International Ballroom South, 2:30 PM
83 Emotional Intelligence: Consensus, Dissensus, and the Path Forward, Waldorf, 3:30 PM
105 Emotional Display Rule Deviance: Antecedents and Consequences, Continental C, 8:00 AM
160 Advances in Understanding the Links of Emotions and Context, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 12:00 PM
170-4 The Primacy of Perceiving—Emotion Recognition and Emotional Labor, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-5 Getting Ahead, Emotional Intelligence, and Career Success, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-6 Interpersonal Emotion Regulation in Leadership, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-7 Free to Hold Back? Autonomy, Emotional Labor, and CWB, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-8 Explaining Work Outcomes With Trait Affect: A New Measure, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-9 The Impact of Mood Pleasantness and Activation on Performance Evaluations, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-10 Pride in Service Work, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-11 Identifying and Assessing Leader Emotion Management Dimensions, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-12 Emotional Labor and Job Satisfaction: A Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-13 Mood Effects on Resource Allocation Decisions, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-14 How Culture Shapes Effects of Up-Regulated Happiness on Prosocial Behaviors, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-15 An Examination of Subliminal Influence on Task Satisfaction and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-16 Income, Personality, and Subjective Economic Well-Being: Genetic and Environmental Influences, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-17 Strategic Emotional Display, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-18 The Temporal Dynamics of Emotions Within a Workday, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-19 Too Much of a Good Thing? Emotional Intelligence and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-20 Positive Workplace Interactions Scale: Examining a Model of Emotional Labor, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-21 The Role of Intrinsic Motivation in the Emotional Labor Process, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-22 Misperception of Emotion in E-mail: Effects of Gender and Status, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-23 The Influence of Anger Appraisals on Ethical Decision Making, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-24 Employee Displays and Customer Disposition: Predicting Customer Satisfaction and Tips, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-25 Dynamic Person X Situation Interactions Among Affect, Difficulty, and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
221 Understanding and Managing Workplace Emotions: Measures, Predictors, Processes, and Outcomes, Continental A, 8:00 AM
 

Employee Withdrawal (e.g., absence, turnover)/Retention

66-2 Saving Daylight, Losing Motivation: Daylight Saving Time and Workplace Loafing, Williford C, 2:30 PM
186-1 Beyond Leadership: Coworker Influence on Motivation and Intent to Stay, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-2 Turnover in Dirty Work: A Focus on Individual Characteristics, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-3 Self-Enhancement Motives and Turnover Intention, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-4 Commitment Profiles and Turnover Intentions of Dissatisfied Employees, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-5 Everybody Is Doing It: Role Overload and Supplication, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-6 Social Coping as a Response to Perceived Discrimination, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-7 Do Perceived Alternatives Moderate the Job Satisfaction–Turnover Intention Relationship, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-8 Extending Job Embeddedness: An Application of Social Network Theory, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-9 The Role of Scheduling Consistency Preferences on Workplace Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-10 Exit Surveys: Evaluation of an Alternative Approach, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-11 The Evaluation and Effects of Workplace Shock Experiences, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-12 Customer Satisfaction as a Mediator of the Turnover–Performance Relationship, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-13 Effects of Manager’s Attitudes on Employee Turnover Intentions, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-14 Empowered Yet Leaving: It Is All About Power Distance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM

Global/International/Cross-Cultural Issues

17-1 Big Five Profiles of Thirty-One Countries and Hofstede’s Culture Dimensions, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-2 The Prediction of Workaholism: A Cross-Cultural Investigation, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-3 Etic Demands and Emic Resources: A Cross-National Study of Nurses, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-4 Complementary Techniques for Assessing Measurement Equivalence in Cross-Cultural Research, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-5 Intercultural Growth in Study Abroad: Too Good to Be True? SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-6 An Examination of the Consequences of Underemployment Among Immigrants, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-7 Language, Cultural Intelligence, and Cross-Cultural Adjustment, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-8 Norm Equivalence and Response Style: A Comparison of Four Countries, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-9 Interactions Between Levels of Individualism–Collectivism and Workgroup Cooperation: A Revised Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit         Hall, 10:30 AM
17-10 Cultural and Individual Differences Influencing Reactions to Business Request E-mails, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-11 Rater Self-Construal as a Source of Bias in Performance Ratings, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-12 Collectivism’s Role in the Relationship Between Job Satisfaction and Commitment, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-13 Antecedents of Host-Country Nationals Helping Expatriates, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-14 Cross-Cultural Differences Among Type A Personality, Multitasking, and Stress, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-15 Host Country National Categorization of Expatriates: An Investigation in India, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
45 One Brick at a Time: Cultural Context Effects at Work, Williford A, 12:30 PM
66-3 Theme Track: Employee Green Behaviors: Comparisons Across Seven GLOBE Cultural Clusters, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-4 Self-Initiated Expatriates: Predictors and Outcomes for Their Success, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-5 The Effect of Perceived CSR on Employee Commitment Across Cultures, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-6 Age Differences in Green Work Behaviors Across Eleven Countries, Williford C, 2:30 PM
88 The Development and Use of Global Norms, Lake Ontario, 4:30 PM
99-1 The Role of Fit in Understanding Leader Effectiveness Across Cultures, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
112 Measurement Equivalence of Personality and Leadership on Four Continents, Marquette, 8:00 AM
121 I-O Psychology in Italy, Lake Erie, 9:00 AM
129 The Greater Good:  How I-O Is Making a Difference, Boulevard AB, 10:30 AM
136 Special Address by Norbert K. Semmer: Occupational Health Psychology: The “Stress-as-Offense-to-Self” (SOS)         Perspective, Lake Erie, 10:30 AM
156 More Complex Models of Cultural Intelligence: Moderated and Longitudinal Relationships, Continental C, 12:00 PM
181 Globalization of I-O: Some Current (Troublesome?) Professional Practice Issues, Williford C, 1:30 PM
208 The Alliance for Organizational Psychology and You: A Question and Answer Session, Joliet, 4:30 PM
228 One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Cross-Cultural Competence Across Organizational Contexts, Lake Michigan, 8:00 AM
235 International Perspectives on Ethical Leadership, Williford A, 8:00 AM
249 The Age of Internationalization: Developing an International I-O Curriculum, Lake Erie, 10:30 AM
261-1 Investigating Cross-Cultural Communication on the International Space Station, Astoria, 11:00 AM
287 Humanitarian Work Psychology (HWP): Achievements, Applications, and Controversies, Marquette, 1:00 PM
294 The Amazing Race: Implementing Assessment Centers Cross Culturally, Continental C, 1:30 PM

Groups/Teams

3 Staying Alive! Training High-Risk Teams for Self-Correction, Boulevard AB, 10:30 AM
25-1 Understanding Workplace Meetings: A Qualitative Taxonomy of Meeting Purposes, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-2 Is There a Big Five of Teamwork? An Empirical Test, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-3 Above the Cross-Functional Team: The Value of Lateral Coordination, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-4 The Development of the Trauma Team Performance Observation Tool, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-5 Personality and Team Effectiveness in Virtual Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-6 Functional Diversity, Communication, and Virtual Team Effectiveness: A Multirater Examination, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-7 The Cultural Mosaic Scale: Factor Structure and Construct Validity, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-8 Collectivism in Teams: Goal Priority’s Predictive Validity, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-9 Personality, Nationality, and Task Load in Chinese and American Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-10 Team Identification, Cohesion, and Satisfaction in Distributed Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-11 Distinguishing Between Taskwork and Teamwork Planning in Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-12 Minority Dissenter Biased Information Search and Anticipated Group Tasks, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-13 The Importance of Team Processes for Different Team Types, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-14 Leadership Matters: Getting the Process Right in Healthcare Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-15 Person–Group Fit: Relationships With Diversity, Emergent States, and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-16 What About Other Core Evaluations? An Exploration Into Core Other-Evaluations, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-17 Considering the Influence of Task Complexity on Macrocognitive Team Processes, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-18 Big Fish in Little Ponds: A Multilevel Approach to Reputation, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-19 Inputs, Process, and Outcomes as Antecedents of an Emergent State, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-20 Trust in Virtual Teams: Effects of Trust Propensity and Teambuilding, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-21 Team Knowledge-Building Processes and Problem-Solving Outcomes: An Empirical Investigation, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-22 Team Coaching and Innovation: Test of a Mediation Model, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-23 The Dark Side of Perspective Taking in Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-24 Does Perceiving Differences in Teams Make Us Feel Less Alike? SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-25 Transactive Memory Networks in Adaptation to Team-Member Loss, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-26 Dynamic Intragroup Processes in Interdisciplinary and Homogeneous Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-27 Person–Team Misfit: Impression Management and Fit Perception, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-28 The Relationship Between the Big Five and Team Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
25-29 Development and Initial Validation of the Teamwork Self-Efficacy Scale, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
67 Interdisciplinary Insights Into Virtual Organizational Effectiveness, Boulevard AB, 3:30 PM
74 The Unwieldy World of Teams: Teamwork Issues in Applied Settings, Lake Erie, 3:30 PM
99-2 The Effects of Storytelling and Reflexivity on Team Mental Models, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
119 Virtual Teams, PDR 2, 8:30 AM
131 Managing Multiteam Systems: Theoretical and Empirical Advances, Continental A, 10:30 AM
153 Composing Effective Teams: One Size Does Not Fit All, Boulevard C, 12:00 PM
188 Extending the Nomological Net: Antecedents of Shared Cognition in Teams, Boulevard AB, 3:30 PM
207 Self-Regulation in and of Teams, Continental A, 4:30 PM
229 Teams in the Wild: Do Our Theories and Methods Fit? Lake Ontario, 8:00 AM
252 Teams in Space—A New Frontier for Organizational Psychology, Lake Ontario, 10:30 AM
267 “Human Factors” in Project Management Research: Where Is I-O Psychology? Boulevard C, 12:00 PM
272 Macrocognition: The Next Frontier for Team Cognition Research, Lake Ontario, 12:00 PM
295 In Extremis Teams: What Do We Need To Know? International Ballroom South, 1:30 PM
310 Examining Multilevel Organizational Phenomena Through Social Network Analysis, Williford A, 3:30 PM

Human Factors/Ergonomics

186-15 Evaluation of a Fatigue Countermeasure Training Program for Shiftworkers, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-16 Speaking Up in the Operating Room Increases Clinical Team Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-17 Driving Mental Models as a Predictor of Crashes and Tickets, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM

Inclusion/Diversity (e.g., sexual orientation, race, gender)

19 Still Unequal? Men, Women, and Work in the 21st Century, Williford A, 10:30 AM
49 Out of the Closet and Into the Workplace: Understanding Sexual Identity in Organizations, Marquette, 1:00 PM
66-7 A Meta-Analysis of Gender Differences in Green Workplace Behaviors, Williford C, 2:30 PM
85 Future Directions in Multigenerational Research and Its Application, Williford B, 3:30 PM
93 Discrimination in the 21st Century: Contemporary Perspectives of Organizational Discrimination, Lake Erie, 5:00 PM
97 Diversity Networks From Startup to Strategy, PDR 2, 5:00 PM
102 Pregnant, Disabled, Sick, Surviving: Experiences and Outcomes of Workplace Stigma, Boulevard C, 8:00 AM
146 Coaching Women Through Backlash: Bridging Research and Practice, Williford C, 10:30 AM
154 Diversity Training: Linking Theory and Practice, Continental A, 12:00 PM
171 What Do You Mean by That? Culture, Gender, and Evaluations, Boulevard AB, 1:30 PM
202 LGBT Research—Academics, Consultants, Practitioners, PDR 2, 3:30 PM
210-1 Mitigating Token/Solo Effects by Elevating Position Status, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-2 Employer Willingness to Implement Assistive Technology for Workers With Disabilities, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-3 Development of a Multidimensional Attitude Toward Disability Scale, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-4 Influence of Social Cognitive Career Theory on Minority Students, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-5 Effects of Changing Legal Standards on Evaluations of Older Workers, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-6 Development and Initial Validation of a Gender Role Stereotypes Scale, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-7 Standing Out and Blending In: Interactive Effects Predicting Employee Withdrawal, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-8 Exploring the Nomological Net of Prescriptive and Descriptive Gender Bias, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-9 Choosing Female Managers: What Attitudes Have to Do With It, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-10 Who’s to Blame? Attributions of Blame in Mixed-Sex Work Teams, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-11 Perceived Organizational Support for Diversity and Counterproductive Work Behaviors, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-12 Extending Models of Invisible Identity Management: Religion in the Workplace, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-13 Can Top Dogs Be Fat Cats? Obesity and Executive Evaluation, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-14 Is Beautiful Good for Everyone? Race, Gender, and Attractiveness Bias, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-15 Gender Stereotypes, Shifting Standards, and Employment Decision Bias: Meta-Analytic Findings, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-16 Coping With Workplace Heterosexism: Locus of Control as a Buffer, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-17 Does Supervisor–Subordinate Sex Dissimilarity Diminish Employee Citizenship? SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-18 Female Nontargets’ Perceptions of Organizational Tolerance of Sexual Harassment, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-19 The Work-Related, Age-Based Stereotypes (WAS) Scale: A Validation Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-20 Measuring Diversity Management Skill, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-21 An Experimental Investigation of the Glass Escalator, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-22 Racism Revisited: A Taxonomy for Coping With Subtle Racial Bias, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-23 Cupid’s Cubicle: Romance in the Workplace, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-24 A Meta-Analysis of the Outcomes of Overt and Subtle Discrimination, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-25 Group Differences in Entrepreneurial Intention Among Prospective Job Applicants, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-26 Younger Workers’ Meta-Stereotypes in Relation to Impression Management Behaviors, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-27 CEO Leadership and the Implementation of Organizational Diversity Practices, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-28 Relating Social Category Similarity and Diversity Faultlines to Training Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-29 The Effects of Gender-Role Congruency on Salary Negotiation Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
210-30 Walking the Talk: Examining Consequences of Consistency in Messages About Diversity, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
236 Culture and Diversity: Current and Future Theoretical and Practical Approaches, Williford B, 8:00 AM
256-4 Discrimination Against Employees With Disablities: Does Timing and Type Matter? SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-5 Influences on Perceptions of Leaders: Equity Sensitivity, Egalitarianism, and Gender, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-6 Reactions to Allegations of Discrimination: Perpetrators’ Anger and Justifications, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-7 Ageism in Personnel Selection Decisions: A Prejudice-Reduction Intervention, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
259 Not a Good Ol’ Boy? Gender Issues in the Workplace, Williford B, 10:30 AM
274 Leadership and Diversity: A Conversation Between Practitioners and Academics, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 12:00 PM
 

Innovation/Creativity

66-8 Elaborating the Role of Proactive Personality in Employee Creativity, Williford C, 2:30 PM
264-1 Creativity in Teams: The Role of Shared Mental Models, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-2 The Relationship Between Abusive Supervision and Employee’s Creativity, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-3 The Relationship Between Routinization and Creativity, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-4 Influence of Team Potency and Task Conflict on Team Creativity, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-5 Learning Goal Orientation and Creativity: Role of Psychological Safety, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-6 Goal Orientations and Creativity: Sequential Versus Synchronous Approaches, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-7 Creativity: Exploring the Person, Process, and Product Perspectives, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-8 Leadership and Employee Creativity: The Importance of Knowledge Sharing, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-9 Psychological Contract Breach and Creativity: Examination of Mediators, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-10 Identity, Goals, and Performance: Creative Versus Routine, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM

Job Analysis/Job Design/Competency Modeling

22 A Database for a Changing Economy: Review of the O*NET, International Ballroom South, 11:00 AM
47 Adequacy of O*NET Work Styles and Detailed Work Activities, Joliet, 1:00 PM
69 Enterprise-Wide Competency Management: How to Train Your Competency Dragon, Continental A, 3:30 PM
116 Conducting KSAO and Competency-Based Job Analyses: Advice From the Field, Williford A, 8:00 AM
138 Maximizing the Contribution of Subject-Matter Experts in Job Analysis, Lake Michigan, 10:30 AM
186-18 False Reporting and Training Transfer Effect on Job Analysis Ratings, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-19 Back to Basics: Who Should Complete KSAO-Task Linkages? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-20 A Theoretical Framework for Evaluating the Congruency of Organizational Practice, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-21 Identifying Critical Competencies Within Job Families: A Data-Driven Approach, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-22 To Weight or Not to Weight? Job Analysis Considerations, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-23 Success Profile Analyses Across Job Families at a Corporation, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-24 Only Incumbent Raters in O*NET? Yes! Oh No!, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
242 Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks: Incorporating Competencies Into Talent Systems, Boulevard AB, 10:30 AM
248 Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award: How to Publish Like Heck (and Maybe Even Enjoy It), Joliet, 10:30 AM

Job Attitudes/Engagement

12 Advances in Work-Ethic Research: Current and Future Directions, Lake Ontario, 10:30 AM
39 Controversies and Challenges in Employee Engagement: Perspectives From Leading Experts, Waldorf, 12:00 PM
62 What to Know Before the Survey: Indicators of Employee Engagement, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 2:00 PM
66-9 Theme Track: Age and Environmental Sustainability: A Meta-Analysis, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-10 Theme Track: Environmentally Friendly Employee Behaviors: Convergence of Self-Reports and Supervisory Ratings, Williford C, 2:30 PM
73 Improving (Not Maintaining) Employee (Re)Engagement Through a Recession, Joliet, 3:30 PM
104 Profiles in Commitment: Person-Centered Approaches to Occupational and Organizational Attachment, Continental B, 8:00 AM
133 Perceived Organizational Support: Current Knowledge, Future Promise, Continental C, 10:30 AM
143-21 Changes in Commitment of Newcomers and Their Influence on Effectiveness, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
157 Multigenerational Talent: What’s the Matter With Kids Today? Lake Huron, 12:00 PM
186-25 Reactions to Psychological Contract Breaches: An Experimental Manipulation of Severity, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-26 Autonomy: An Asset or a Burden? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
203-1 Employee Perceptions Predict Proximal Business Outcomes and the Bottom Line, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-2 Assessing the Propensity to Bask in Reflected Organizational Glory, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-3 Five-Factor Model of Personality and Organizational Commitment: A Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-4 Survey Drivers—Are We Driving Down the Right Road? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-5 Predictors and Outcomes of Work Centrality as a Life Role, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-6 Are Anxious Employees Committed Employees? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-7 The Relationship Between Body Image and Job Satisfaction, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-8 Keen to Work? Implicit Person Theory and Work Improvement Motivation, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-9 The Effect of Work Engagement on Personal Life Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-10 Do Employees Hold the Organization Responsible for a Bad Supervisor? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-11 Linking LMX to Performance via Engagement: Moderated Mediation Effect, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-12 TMX and Work Engagement: Does  Personality Make a Difference? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-13 Nonresponse in Employee Attitude Surveys: A Group-Level Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-14 Open Comments in Survey Feedback: An Investigation of the Negativity Bias, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-15 The Ups and Downs of Comparative Evaluations and Fit Perceptions, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-16 Job Insecurity and Psychological Well-Being: A Dimension-Specific Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-17 The Value Orientation in Psychological Contracts of Volunteers and Job Satisfaction, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-18 The Relationships Among Work Characteristics and Employee Engagement, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-19 Age in Relation to Employee Engagement, Intrinsic Motivation, and Meaningfulness, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-20 Employee Engagement: Relationship to Individual and Organizational Characteristics, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-21 Affective, Normative, and Continuance Commitment Across Cultures: A Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-22 Employee Commitment to Foci: Relative Influence and Interactive Effects, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-23 Work Attributes and Contextual Effects on Job Satisfaction, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-24 Work Schedule Preferences, Scheduling Satisfaction, and Attitude and Intention Impacts, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-25 High Performers and Job Satisfaction: Guiding Strategic HRM Practices, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
204 Perceived Overqualification: New Developments in Research, Waldorf, 3:30 PM
243 The Compelling Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility, Boulevard C, 10:30 AM
256-8 Building Perceived Organizational Support Through Justice: The Influence of Voice, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-9 Impact of High-Potential Employee Identification on Employee Work Attitudes, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-10 Engagement in Online Communities: All About Pride and Respect, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
264-11 Entrepreneurial Social Status: The Interdependent Relationship Between Society and Entrepreneurs, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-12 POS as a Predictor of Stigma, PTSD, and Treatment Seeking, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-13 The Role of Variability in Job Satisfaction on Turnover Intentions, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-14 The Interactive Nature of Fulfilled Promises and Perceived Organizational Support, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
 

Job Performance/Citizenship Behavior

151-15 Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Employer Support, and Unit-Level Outcomes: Longitudinal Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-16 Medical Students’ Knowledge About Medical Professionalism Predicts Their Professional Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-17 Exchange Ideology and POS in the PC Breach–Performance Relationship, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-18 The Antecedents of Procedural Knowledge and Skill, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-19 Evaluating Rater Trainings With Double-Pretest, One-Posttest Designs, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-20 Goal Achievement Among Elite Performers, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-21 Do Rater Ratings of Employee Performance Reflect Actual Job Performance? SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-22 The Consequences of Speaking Up: Rater Characteristics and Voice Type, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-23 Fitting Person–Environment Fit in a Demand-Control Framework, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-24 Understanding and Predicting First-Line Supervisor Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-25 Proactive Personality, Emotional Exhaustion, and Nontask Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-26 Breaks With Coworkers: A Mechanism to Enhanced Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-27 Helping Yourself by Helping Others: An Examination of Personality Perceptions, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
151-28 A Moderated Latent Variable Model of Organizational Citizenship Behavior, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
159 Focusing on Employees to Achieve Environmentally Sustainable Organizations, Lake Ontario, 12:00 PM
170-26 Political Skill, Emotion Regulation Ability, and Performance in Enterprising Activities, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
170-27 A Policy-Capturing Study of Reactions to Customer Service Failures, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM

Judgment/Decision Making

17-16 The Constitutive Role of Transparency in Organizations, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
203-26 Individual Differences in Regret: The Moderating Role of Task Importance, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
240-1 Individual Values as a Predictor for Job Applicant Attraction, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-2 Attitudes Toward Selection: Role of Error Rate and Error Type, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
260 Theme Track: Improving Decision Makers’ Consumption of Data-Based Findings, Williford C, 10:30 AM
264-15 Effect of Employee Personality on Evaluations of Supervisor Effectiveness, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-16 French and Raven’s Bases of Power Revisited: A Meta-Perception Perspective, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
285 Theme Track: Lightning Round: Telling a Compelling Story With Data in Five Minutes, Williford C, 12:30 PM
304 Theme Track: What Convinces Us, Doesn’t Necessarily Convince Execs:  What They Didn’t Teach You in Grad School About Influencing, Williford C, 2:00 PM
311 Theme Track: Closing Keynote and Wrap-up: People Analytics: Is It All In Our Heads? Williford C, 3:30 PM

Leadership

1 Opening Plenary Session, International Ballroom South, 8:00 AM
14 Facilitating Leader Development: Selecting the Right Employees and Right Interventions, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 10:30 AM
50 Theme Track: Leading and Engaging Employees in Sustainable Organizations, Williford C, 1:00 PM
63-1 Effects of Outcome Framing and Strategic Orientation on Leader Cognition, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-2 Affect, Politics, Satisfaction, and the Role of Leaders, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-3 Curvilinear Effects of Leader–Member Exchange on Psychological Well-Being, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-4 Blind Spots and Hidden Strengths: Shining Light on Dark Corners of Self-Awareness, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-5 Leadership Skills Across Organizational Levels: Bring Together Two Perspectives, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-6 LMX–Performance Relationship: Examining the Causal Order via Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-7 The Moderating Role of Organizational Structure on Charismatic Leadership Effects, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-8 A Multilevel, Multisource Study of Charismatic Leadership, Gender, and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-9 Transformational Leadership and Follower Attitudes: The Role of Diversity Climate, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-10 Sharing With Whom? Processes in Internal and External Knowledge Sharing, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-11 Transformational Leadership: Four Parts or One? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-12 A Pattern Approach to Perceptions of Personality and Leader Emergence, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-13 Investigating the Detrimental Effects of Passive Leadership: A Multiwave Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-14 A Multilevel Study of Transformational Leadership and Personal Learning, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-15 Supervisors’ Use of Impression Management and Ethical Leadership, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-16 How Does Follower Mood Affect Follower Evaluations of Leader Performance? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-17 Charismatic Leadership Influence on Empowered and Less Empowered Followers’ Voice, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-18 Trust, Supportive Leadership, and Organizational Commitment: A Multilevel Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-19 Leaders’ Relational Self-Concept: Implications for Mentoring Provided to Followers, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-20 Temporal Considerations of Team Leader Emotion Management, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-21 Risks for Leader Derailment: A Unique Contribution Beyond Full-Range Leadership? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-22 The Effect of Relative LMX on Subordinate’s Job Performance Behaviors, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-23 Is It Normal to Lead? Personality, Prototypes, and Leader Emergence, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-24 Leadership Style and Employee Efficacy, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-25 Self-Other Agreement in Multisource Feedback and Perceived Leader Effectiveness, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-26 Leadership Lessons of Experience, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-27 Personality and Leadership: The Effects of Perfectionism, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-28 Exploring an Integrated View of Shared Leadership: Theory Versus Practice, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-29 Are Managers and Leaders Distinguishable? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-30 Transformational Leadership in the Midst of Technological Innovation, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-31 Subordinates’ Provocation of and Differential Reactions to Abusive Supervision, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
63-32 Personality and Past Experiences as Predictors of Implicit Leadership Theories, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
99-3 Leader Personal Values, Transformational Leadership, and Follower Outcomes, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
99-4 The Relative Importance of Managerial Skills for Predicting Leader Effectiveness, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
99-5 How Transformational Leaders Can Discourage Prospective Leavers From Quitting, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
120 Improving SIOP’s Advocacy Efforts, Joliet, 9:00 AM
152 Women and the Executive Suite: Perceptions, Experiences, and Needs, Boulevard AB, 12:00 PM
163 A Conceptual and Empirical Exploration of Leader Virtues, Williford C, 12:00 PM
170-28 Leading for Creativity: The Moderating Role of Job Resources, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
184 A Conversation With the SIOP Leadership, Joliet, 2:00 PM
186-27 Happy, Healthy, and Productive Employees: Servant Leadership and Needs Fulfillment, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
198 Master Collaboration: Executive Assessment, Leadership, and Management Development, Lake Ontario, 3:30 PM
203-27 Growth Need and Work-Related Outcomes of Out-Group Members, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
209 Assessing High-Potential Talent: Why, When and How? Lake Ontario, 4:30 PM
210-31 Navigating the Leadership Labyrinth: Perceived Outcomes for Men and Women, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
253 Victims and Observers: Individual Differences as Moderators of Abusive Supervision, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 10:30 AM
255 Leadership and the Assessment of Leadership Potential, PDR 2, 10:30 AM
261-2 Climbing Mountains in a Flat World: Key Global Leadership Differences, Astoria, 11:00 AM
261-3 The Effects of Humor Styles on Leader–Member Exchange in China, Astoria, 11:00 AM
261-4 What Managerial Skills Are Important for Success: A Cross-Country Comparison, Astoria, 11:00 AM
264-17 The Importance of Political Skill for Predicting Managerial Effectiveness, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
277 The Future of Shared Leadership Research, Waldorf, 12:00 PM
290 Understanding the Implications of Modern Organizational Changes for Team Leadership, Boulevard AB, 1:30 PM
297 Leadership: The Highs and Lows, Lake Huron, 1:30 PM
312 Closing Plenary Session, International North, 4:30 PM

Legal Issues/Employment Law

8 OFCCP/Legal Defensibility Safeguards: Hit ’em With Your Best Shot, Joliet, 10:30 AM
42 Abolish the Uniform Guidelines, International Ballroom South, 12:30 PM
70 Recommendations of a Technical Advisory Committee on Adverse Impact Analysis, Continental B, 3:30 PM
94 A Legal Review of the Content Validation Argument, Lake Huron, 5:00 PM
165 A Strategy for Building an Infrastructure for Science Advocacy Within SIOP, Joliet, 12:30 PM
192 Adverse Impact Analysis: Contemporary Perspectives and Practices, Continental C, 3:30 PM
256-11 Demonstrating Discrimination’s Toll: The Impact on Juror Decision Making, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-12 An Empirical Assessment of Post-Burlington Claims of Retaliation in Employment, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM

Measurement/Statistical Techniques

43 The Importance of Obtaining Business Impact and Return on Investment, Lake Huron, 12:30 PM
44-1 Social Desirability and Response Distortion in Conscientiousness Scales, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-2 Predictor Intercorrelations and Indirect Range Restriction: Do New Corrections Generalize? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-3 Cross Validity Estimation Procedures With a Direct Range Restriction Adjustment, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-4 Type I Errors and Power for Two DIF Indices, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-5 Counterintuitive Regression Coefficients: Causes, Interpretations, and Solutions, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-6 A Brief Comment on the Reporting of Moderated Multiple Regression, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-7 Statistical Power of Structural Equation Models in Psychology: A Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-8 The Scale Development of the Workplace Ren-Qing Personality, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-9 Differential Item Functioning Detection With Dichotomized Polytomous Data, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-10 Linear Models With Meta-Analytic Data, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-11 Applying Frequency-Based Measurement to the Assessment of Psychological Capital, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-12 Meta-Analytic SEM: A Model Comparison With/Without Corrections for Study Artifacts, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-13 Organizational Survey: Comparison of Paper, Web, and IVR Response Modes, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-14 Mediator Reliability: Effects on Estimation and Significance Testing, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-15 Detecting Between-Groups Heteroscedasticity in MMR: A Monte Carlo Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-16 Item Grouping and Item Randomization Effects in Personality Measurement, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-17 Internal Consistency Reliability of Self-Efficacy Test Scores: A Reliability-Generalization Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-18 Differential Functioning by Gender of Conditional Reasoning Test of Aggression, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-19 Assessing Polytomous DIF Items With the Generalized Graded Unfolding Model, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
58 Practical and Methodological Considerations for DIF/ME Research, Williford B, 1:30 PM
66-11 Theme Track: Green Company Rankings and Reporting of Pro-Environmental Efforts in Organizations, Williford C, 2:30 PM
125-1 Toward Computer-Adaptive Training: Modeling Simulator Performance Using Item Response Theory, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
186-28 Work Interruptions: Measure Development and Testing, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
187 How Do You Know What Your Employees Are Going Through? Logistical, Statistical, and Practical Methods for Assessing
      Daily Experiences at Work, Williford B, 2:00 PM
189 Innovations in Forced-Choice Measurements: New Models and Applications, Boulevard C, 3:30 PM
237 Theme Track: Introduction and Learning in Action: Leveraging Data From the Employee Experience to Drive Performance,
       Williford C, 8:00 AM
278 Innovative Uses of IRT: Approaching Old Challenges in New Ways, Williford A, 12:00 PM
307 Rasch Measurement Versus IRT: A Practical Debate, Boulevard C, 3:30 PM

Motivation/Rewards/Compensation

34 Advances in Research on Self-Determination Theory at Work, Lake Michigan, 12:00 PM
66-12 Theme Track: Functional Motives for Environmental Behaviors: Findings From European Countries, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-13 Work Engagement in Nursing: Transformational Leadership and Feelings of Competence, Williford C, 2:30 PM
147-1 Ratee Reactions: Negative Feedback as a Motivating Force, Astoria, 11:00 AM
180 The Relevance and Viability of Subconscious Goals in the Workplace, Williford A, 1:30 PM
183 Telework and Organizational Outcomes: The Impact on Various Stakeholders, International Ballroom South, 2:00 PM
233 Compensation, PDR 2, 8:00 AM
264-18 A Longitudinal Study of Goal Orientations, Time Pressure, and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
303-1 Goal Difficulty Moderating Self-Efficacy’s Relationship With Effort and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-2 Location, Location, Location! Between-Person Self-Efficacy Moderates Within-Person Effects on Effort and Performance,
      SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-3 The Effect of Subconscious Achievement Goals on Academic Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-4 Differential Performance of a Regulatory Focus Measure by Political Affiliation, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-5 Psychological Need Satisfaction Under Self-Determination Theory Predicts Performance: A Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-6 Team Pay: Taking Base Pay to the Next Level, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-7 Decision to Accept a Job Offer in a Terror-Prone Country, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-8 Development of a Measure of Momentary and Chronic Regulatory Focus, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-9 Timelessness and Flow, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-10 Interactive Effects of Individual Pay for Performance and Profit Sharing on Employee Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-11 Work Avoidance:  Expanding the Nomological Network, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-12 Effects of Self-Efficacy and Goal-Setting Conditions on Goal Regulation, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-13 Social Context and Self-Regulation Over Time, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-14 Using the Job Characteristics Model to Predict Productivity Intervention Effectiveness, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-15 BIS and BAS Sensitivity as Predictors of Flight Training Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-16 Older Workers’ Wage Demands: The Impact of Work Motivation, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-17 Self-Efficacy: Differing Effects Across Manipulations, Measures, and Levels of Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
 

Occupational Health/Safety/Stress & Strain/Aging

4 Toxic Emotions: Considering the Hidden Consequences of the Recession, Boulevard C, 10:30 AM
32 Individual and Organizational Strategies for Coping With Job Insecurity, Joliet, 12:00 PM
41-1 Customer-Related Social Stressors, Rumination, and Social Sharing: A Longitudinal Investigation, Astoria, 12:30 PM
41-2 Environmental and Burnout Influences on Hospital Workers’ Mental Health, Astoria, 12:30 PM
41-3 Workplace Incivility and Social Support Communications: The Enigma of Gossip, Astoria, 12:30 PM
41-4 Longitudinal Effects of Stress at Work: A Meta-Analysis, Astoria, 12:30 PM
66-14 Theme Track: The Parallel Challenges of Going Green and Promoting Safety: Perspectives From Small Construction Businesses,
      Williford C, 2:30 PM
101 Ability, Personality, and Motivational Influences on Aging and Work, Boulevard AB, 8:00 AM
110 The Latest and Greatest in Workplace Safety Research, Lake Michigan, 8:00 AM
166 The Whos and Whys of Workplace Mistreatment, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 12:30 PM
174 Understanding the Impact of an Aging Workforce on Employees/Organizations, Continental C, 1:30 PM
206-1 The Primary Appraisal Assumption in the Challenge-Hindrance Occupational Stress Framework, Astoria, 4:00 PM
206-2 Working for Free: How Volunteering Buffers Unemployment Stress, Astoria, 4:00 PM
206-3 Humor, Workplace Stressors, and Employee Well-Being, Astoria, 4:00 PM
206-4 Information Stressors and Public-Sector Organizational Change, Astoria, 4:00 PM
222 What the Doctor Ordered: Strategies for Linking I-O and Healthcare, Continental B, 8:00 AM
270 Occupational Stress and Safety: Products of a Research Collision, Continental C, 12:00 PM
283-1 The Initial Validation of a Universal Measure of Safety Climate, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-2 A Meta-Analysis of Predictors and Consequences of Off-Job Disengagement, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-3 The Building Blocks of Job Insecurity Perceptions, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-4 International Work Demands and Employee Well-Being and Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-5 Examining the Construct Overlap Between Social Undermining and Workplace Incivility, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-6 The Role of Scheduling in the Healthcare Industry, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-7 Check-Up Time: A Closer Look at Physical Symptoms, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-8 Team Emotional Exhaustion and Individual Performance: Self-Efficacy as a Moderator, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-9 Meaning: A Bridge Between Authenticity and Subjective Well-Being Among Managers, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-10 Downsizing, Employee Well-Being and Performance: The Moderating Role of POS, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-11 Correlates of Psychological Detachment From Work During Off-Job Time, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-12 Citizen Soldiers Off to War: National Guard Activation, Training, and Deployment, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-13 The Triple Match Principle: A Two-Wave Longitudinal Panel Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-14 Suicidal Ideation of Relief Officials With Engagement and Bereavement, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-15 Scale Development of the Spectrum of Safety Survey, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
 

Organizational Culture/Climate

13 Collaborative, Virtual, and Open: How the Social Media Revolution Is Changing the Workplace, Marquette, 10:30 AM
17-17 Exploring Harassment and Trust as Mediators in the Politics–Satisfaction Relationship, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-18 Organizational Culture and Performance: The Role of Culture Strength, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-19 Development of a Molar Leadership Command Climate Survey (LCCS), SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-20 Satisfaction With College: Issues of Dimensionality and Levels of Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-21 Perceived Work Environment: Conceptualization and Instrument Validation, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-22 Family-Supportive Culture and Organizational Performance: Mediators and Moderators Among Executives, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-23 Latent Profile Analysis of an Equal Opportunity Climate Measure, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-24 Ship Climate and Ship Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-25 When the Going Gets Tough, Organizational Climate Makes the Difference, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
17-26 Perceptions of Interpersonal Conflict: Role of Justice, POS, and EI, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
21 Theme Track: Introduction and Keynote Address: A Journey in Environmental Sustainability, Williford C, 10:30 AM
26 Theme Track: Green HR: Environmentally Sustainable Organizations, Jobs, and Employees, Williford C, 11:30 AM
66-15 Theme Track: Green Jobs: Environmental Benefits of the Virtual Office, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-16 Theme Track: To Fly or Not to Fly: Motivational Barriers to Sustainable Corporate Travel, Williford C, 2:30 PM
78 The Use of Employee Surveys to Manage Organizational Culture, Marquette, 3:30 PM
95 CREW (Civility, Respect, Engagement at Work): Intervention Increasing Workplace Civility, Lake Michigan, 5:00 PM
108 Workplace Civility Perceptions: Measurement, Effects of Organizational Roles, and Demographics, Lake Erie, 8:00 AM
199 Illusion of Inclusion and Importance of Equity and Diversity Climate, Marquette, 3:30 PM
226 Resources for Managing Hourly/Nonmanagement Talent:  A Balancing Act, Lake Erie, 8:00 AM
264-19 Examining Ethical Climate, Trust, and Employee Attitudes: The Indian Context, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-20 Eliciting and Categorizing Organizational Member Values: Value Laddering Technique, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
276 Environmental Sustainability, PDR 2, 12:00 PM
299 Shifting an Organization From Current to Desired Culture, PDR 2, 1:30 PM

Organizational Justice

256-13 Trust Mediates the Relationship Between Informational Justice and Job Satisfaction, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-14 Do Psychological Contracts Change When Work Status Changes? SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-15 Curvilinear Predictors of Functional and Dysfunctional Organizational Politics, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-16 The Effect of Subconscious Goal Setting on Organizational Justice, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-17 The Ohio State Leadership Factors, Employee Preferences and Overall Justice, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-18 Organizational Players as Mediators of the Furlough-Turnover Intention Relationship, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-19 Catching Justice Contagion Within a Social Network: A Longitudinal Investigation, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-20 An Examination of Counterfactual Thoughts and Fairness Theory, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-21 The Mediating Role of Overall Justice Perceptions: A Reexamination, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-22 An IRT Analysis of Colquitt’s Justice Scales, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-23 Understanding Organizational Injustice: Are Injustice and Justice Polar Opposites? SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-24 Beyond Need: Coworkers’ Perception of Justice in Flexible Work Arrangements, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-25 I’ve Heard About You! Indirect Information and Fairness Evaluations, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
280 Social Identity and Reactions to Unfair Treatment of Others, Lake Erie, 12:30 PM

Organizational Performance/Change/Downsizing/OD

23 Customer Experience: Emerging Research and Practice Opportunities for I-O Psychologists, Lake Huron, 11:30 AM
46 Downsizing:  One of the Dominant Trends of the Decade, Continental C, 1:00 PM
66-17 Leading Organizational Change: Embracing Energy Conservation and Sustainability, Williford C, 2:30 PM
86 Theme Track: Change Management and Interventions for Environmental Sustainability, Williford C, 3:30 PM
107 Mergers and Acquisitions: Sharing Lessons Learned, Joliet, 8:00 AM
122 The People Side of Mergers, Lake Huron, 9:00 AM
203-28 Organizational Support Mediates Effects of Employee Adaptability in the Workplace, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
211 Leading Horses to Water: Assessment Facilitated Organization Change, Waldorf, 4:30 PM
218-1 Change Management Integrity, Perceived Consistency Among Objectives, Behaviors, and Outcomes, Astoria, 8:00 AM
218-2 Exploring the Individualized Nature of Employee Resistance to Organizational Change, Astoria, 8:00 AM
218-3 Managing Change Perceptions: Manager Behavior and Organizational Change, Astoria, 8:00 AM
241 Theme Track: People Decisions That Support and Shape Organizational Strategy: Science and Art, Williford C, 9:00 AM
284 Helping Organizations Become Nimble: Lessons Learned From Energy Industry I-Os, Williford B, 12:30 PM

Performance Appraisal/Feedback/Performance Management

16 Performance Management, PDR 2, 10:30 AM
37 Has 360-Degree Feedback Evolved in the Last 10 Years? NW Exhibit Hall 5, 12:00 PM
68 Organizational Feedback: Encouraging It, Seeking It, and Using It!, Boulevard C, 3:30 PM
99-6 Effects of Behavioral Rating and Outcome Feedback on Group Performance, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
111 Implementing New Performance Management Programs: Challenges and Change Management, Lake Ontario, 8:00 AM
141 The Science and Art of Identifying High-Potential Talent, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 10:30 AM
147-2 Using Positive Psychology to Generate Positive Emotions Following Negative Feedback, Astoria, 11:00 AM
147-3 The Influence of Self-Oriented Perfectionism on Negative Performance Feedback, Astoria, 11:00 AM
147-4 Individual Differences in Job Performance Feedback Reactions: A Ghanaian Study, Astoria, 11:00 AM
169 Performance Management Transformation: Systems, Process, and Practice Issues, Marquette, 1:00 PM
217 Practical Challenges in 360/Upward Appraisal Program Implementation and Sustainability, Marquette, 5:00 PM
263 Multirater Feedback and Personality Profiles: Best Practices for Comprehensive Approaches, Lake Huron, 11:30 AM
286-1 Cultural Differences in Seeking Success and Failure Feedback, Astoria, 1:00 PM
286-2 The Practical Implications of Rater Source Factors for Multisource Feedback, Astoria, 1:00 PM
286-3 How Inclusion, Trust, and Feedback Effect Performance-Management Systems, Astoria, 1:00 PM
286-4 Age and Feedback: A Case for Individual Differences Over Generation, Astoria, 1:00 PM
303-18 Multisource Performance-Rating Patterns: An Integrated Approach for Examining (Dis)Agreeement, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-19 New Considerations in Reward Allocation: Employee Need in Western Organizations, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-20 Rank, Yank...Discriminate? A Simulation Examining Layoffs in a FDRS, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-21 FOR Training and Performance Schema Accuracy: A Replication and Extension, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-22 Social Capital and Performance Ratings: Examining Rater and Ratee Effects, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-23 Improving Multisource Ratings by Implementing Principles of Frame-of-Reference Training, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-24 Rater Motivation in Validation Studies, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-25 Feeding Back Ratings: Why Didn’t You Tell the Truth? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-26 When and How Much Does Rater Training Improve Rating Accuracy? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-27 Performance Camouflage: Does the Conceptualization of Variability Hide Performance Trends? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-28 Is “In-Agreement” Always the Best Policy? The Influence of Race, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-29 The Role of Implicit Performance Theories on Self-Other Agreement, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-30 Performance Appraisal Purpose and Rater Expertise: Effects on Rating Error, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
303-31 How Do LMX and Narcissism Affect Being Envied and Performance? SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM 

Personality

28 Measuring Implicit Processes in Organizational Research, Boulevard C, 12:00 PM
79 Personality Assessment in Law Enforcement, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 3:30 PM
82-1 Multisource Ratings and Political Skill: An Evaluation of Measurement Equivalence, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-2 Publication Bias and the Validity of the Big Five, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-3 A Method Factor Measure of Self-Concept, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-4 Goal Orientation: What Are the Latent Factors? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-5 Triple-Dissociation of Two Implicit and One Explicit Aggressiveness Measures, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-6 Interpersonal Aggression as a Function of Personality and Gender, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-7 Criterion Validity of Eight Short Measures of Big Five Personality, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-8 Trait Self-Control at Work: Relating Self-Control to Contextual Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-9 Jerks at Work: Interactions and Intersections of Disagreeableness and Neuroticism, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-10 Predicting Corrective Action Procedure Requests in Nuclear Power Plant Employees, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-11 The Perceived Social Desirability of Responses to Personality Items, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-12 A Comparison of General and Context-Specific Personality Traits Over Time, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-13 A Meta-Analysis of the Neutral Objects Satisfaction Questionnaire (NOSQ), SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-14 Personality Correlates With Business Outcomes in Developing Countries, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-15 How Do Real Applicants Who Are Fakers Compare to Nonfakers? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-16 Not Much More Than Neuroticism: A Meta-Analysis of Neuroticism Facets, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-17 Industriousness and Task Performance: The Moderating Role of Work Interruptions, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-18 Using Personality and Cultural Fit to Identify High Potential, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-19 The Effects of Dispositional Aggression and Narcissism on Work-Related Criteria, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-20 Emotional Stability and Performance: Moderating Effects of Autonomy and Meaning, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-21 Raters’ Use of Signatures for Judging Others’ Agreeableness and Extraversion, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-22 Developing a Taxonomy of Developmental Feedback From Personality Assessments, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-23 Personality as a Predictor of Workplace Safety Outcomes, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-24 Perceived Ability to Deceive and Criterion-Related Validity of Personality Testing, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-25 Picking From the Pieces: The Complexity of Core Self-Evaluations, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-26 Construct Validation of Biological and Cognitive-Affective Approach–Avoidance Measures, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-27 Using Personality Facets to Understand Nature of Personality–Satisfaction Relationships, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-28 Interactive Effects of Narcissism and Political Skill on Network Positioning, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-29 “Dark Side” Personality Trait Interactions Predictors of Leadership Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-30 Successful Psychopaths: Are They Unethical Decision Makers and Why? SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-31 Factors Affecting Potential Personality Retest Improvement After Initial Failure, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
82-32 IRT and Ideal Point Models for Short Form Personality Assessment, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
99-7 Meta-Analytic Multitrait–Multirater Separation of Substance and Style in Social Desirability, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
100-1 The Fakability of Explicit and Implicit Measures of Conscientiousness, Astoria, 8:00 AM
100-2 The Faking Dilemma: Competing Motivations in Respondents’ Decision to Fake, Astoria, 8:00 AM
100-3 Interviews Assessing Personality Are Less Fakable than Self-Report Measures, Astoria, 8:00 AM
100-4 Faking at the Individual Level: How Many People “Fake Bad?”, Astoria, 8:00 AM
142 Applicant Faking in Personality Testing, PDR 2, 10:30 AM
143-22 A Longitudinal Study of Self-Control and Career Success, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
170-29 The Costs of Mistaking E-Mail for Easy Mail, SE Exhibit Hall, 1:00 PM
172 Does Specificity Matter? Advantages of Broad Versus Narrow Traits, Boulevard C, 1:30 PM
182 Innovations in Mitigating Faking on Personality Assessments, Continental B, 2:00 PM
201 Advancing Personality Assessment for Selection, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 3:30 PM
212 Recommendations About the Use of Personality Tests in Selection Settings, Boulevard AB, 5:00 PM
219 Conditional Reasoning Tests: Where We Are and Where We’re Going, Boulevard AB, 8:00 AM
239 M. Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace: Computer Adaptive Personality Scales: Military and Private-
      Sector Applications, Joliet, 9:00 AM
264-21 The Effects of Psychopathy and Workplace Perceptions on CWB, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-22 Liar Liar? Self–Coworker Correlations in Personality and Impression Management, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-23 You Underestimate the Power of the Dark Side, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-24 The Effects of Self-Oriented Perfectionism on Job Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-25 The Moderating Effect of Core Self-Evaluations, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
279 S. Rains Wallace Dissertation Award: Beyond the Limits of Self-Reports:  An “Other” Perspective on Personality, Joliet, 12:30 PM
296 Norming Personality Assessments: Challenges and Practical Considerations, Joliet, 1:30 PM

Research Methodology (e.g., surveys)

24 Doing Research That Influences Theory and Practice, Marquette, 11:30 AM
44-20 Psychological Data From Amazon.com’s MTurk: Rapid and Inexpensive, but High Quality? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-21 Start-Up Effects in Policy Capturing: Stabilizing Regression Coefficients After Warm-Up, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-22 Is Small Sufficient? VIF and Regression Coefficient Stability, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-23 Tangled Webs: Understanding Multicollinear Data Using Expanded OLS Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-24 What Do Work Performance Items Measure? A Substantive Validity Examination, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-25 If I Require Survey Participation, What Happens to My Results? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-26 Using Digital Identity Markers to Identify Fraudulent Web Survey Responses, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-27 Identifying Careless Responses in Survey Data, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-28 Group- and Individual-Level Characteristics in Predicting Survey Response Time, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-29 Managing IT Implementations: Guiding Action Through Model-Based Evaluation, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
44-30 An IRT Examination of the Functioning of Negatively Worded Items, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
48 Advances in Text Analytics: Their Application to Employee Opinion Research, Lake Ontario, 1:00 PM
60 Survey Actioning: Driving Positive Change at Multiple Levels, Boulevard C, 2:00 PM
66-18 Theme Track: Development of the Employee Green Motives Scale, Williford C, 2:30 PM
84 Why We Rejected Your Meta-Analysis and What You Can Do, Williford A, 3:30 PM
89-1 Strategic Item Selection to Reduce Survey Length, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
99-8 The Conceptualization and Measurement of Pacing Styles, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
109 Text Mining Insights, Lake Huron, 8:00 AM
114 Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends: Part VI, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 8:00 AM
186-29 The Viability of Crowdsourcing for Survey Research, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
186-30 Survival Analysis Versus Traditional Regression Strategies to Analyzing Turnover Data, SE Exhibit Hall, 2:00 PM
191 The Golden Gate: Building Bridges Between Research and Operations, Continental B, 3:30 PM
203-29 Are You Satisfied...Now? Scale Ordering Effects in Attitude Surveys, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
203-30 Does Scale Matter? Measuring the Impact of Scale Polarity, SE Exhibit Hall, 3:30 PM
220 Randomized Experimental Tests of Mediation Models, Boulevard C, 8:00 AM
266 Longitudinal Research: Combining Recent Advancements, Boulevard AB, 12:00 PM

Staffing (e.g., recruitment, applicant reactions, selection system design, succession planning, workforce planning)

20 Advancing Succession Planning: Opportunities and Challenges, Williford B, 10:30 AM
38 Succession Planning, PDR 2, 12:00 PM
54 Leveraging Social Media for Recruitment: Best Practices From the Experts, Lake Huron, 1:30 PM
66-19 Theme Track: Attracting Talent Through “Green” Business Practices: A Theoretical Model, Williford C, 2:30 PM
66-20 Theme Track: Green Business Practices: Doing Good and Looking Good, Williford C, 2:30 PM
72 Applications of Social Media in the Workplace, International Ballroom South, 3:30 PM
92 Succession Planning: Innovations and Best Practices, International Ballroom South, 5:00 PM
115 Beyond Fairness: Technology and Applicant Reactions in the 21st Century, Waldorf, 8:00 AM
127 Selection via Smart Phone/Mobile Devices: Is I-O Psychology Ready? Williford C, 9:30 AM
140 Underemployment: An Interdisciplinary Look at Operationalizations, Antecedents, and Outcomes, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 10:30 AM
173 Leveraging Technology to Deliver Assessments: Addressing the Challenges, Continental A, 1:30 PM
178 The Employment Interview: Best Practices and Potential Pitfalls, PDR 2, 1:30 PM
190 Online Recruiting: Taking It to the Next Level, Continental A, 3:30 PM
205 Improve Succession Management “Health”:  Diagnosis and Practical Remedies, Williford C, 3:30 PM
232 Applicant Reactions Around the Globe: Belgium, Greece, United States, Vietnam, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 8:00 AM
240-3 The Effect of Prescreening on Adverse Impact in Personnel Selection, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-4 An Exchange System Conceptualization of Person–Work Environment Fit, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-5 Applicant Attraction: Understanding Preferences of High-Quality Applicants, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-6 A Statistical Correction to Twenty Years of Banding, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-7 Hiring Maghreb/Arab Applicants Depends on Age, Gender, and Job Demands, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-8 Screening Out the Arab Applicant: Ethnic Identification and Recruiter Characteristics Matter, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-9 Can You Elaborate? A Novel Approach for Mitigating Personality Faking, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-10 An Investigation of Prospective Applicants’ Intentions to Submit Video Resumés, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-11 Cognitive Mapping as an Alternative to Studying Employer Image Beliefs, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-12 Perceived Barriers to the Use of Job Search Strategies, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-13 Internet Job Seekers’ Information Expectations Predict Organizational Attraction, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-14 Applicant Reactions to Affective/Cognitive Recruiting Messages, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-15 Application of the Instrumental–Symbolic Framework Within an Employer Positioning Context, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-16 Test Item Order, Achievement Goals, and Perceived Test Fairness, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-17 A Reexamination of the Web-Based Demand of PHR/SPHR Certifications, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-18 The Five-Factor Model of Personality and Performance in East Asia, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-19 Pretest and Posttest Reactions to an In-Basket Exercise, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-20 Factor Structure of Two Different Developmental Assessment Center Rating Formats, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-21 Organizational Attractiveness Mediates Effects of Web Site Usability on Job Choice, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-22 Motivation in Assessment Centers: Does It Depend on the Task? SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-23 Effects of Task Performance, OCBs, and CWBs on Selection Decisions, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-24 Determinants of Employee Referrals: A Motivational Framework, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-25 Organizational Attraction: A Person–Person Fit Perspective, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-26 Applicant Motivation and Withdrawal Intentions During Online Selection Testing, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-27 Predictive Validity and Procedural Justice of the Implicit Association Test, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-28 The Impact of Efficacy and Motivation on Person–Organization Fit, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
245 Lessons Learned From Large-Scale Hiring Systems Transformations, Continental B, 10:30 AM
247 Reevaluating Assessment Centers: New Statistical Approaches, New Insights, International Ballroom South, 10:30 AM
281 Busted? Resumé Fraud, the Background Investigation, and Best Practices, Lake Huron, 12:30 PM
292 Variety Is the Spice of Validation: Moving Beyond “Traditional” Criteria, Continental A, 1:30 PM
293 Buyers and Vendors Discuss RFPs in Human Capital Consulting, Continental B, 1:30 PM
300 Why Applicant Perceptions Matter: A Practical View, Waldorf, 1:30 PM

Strategic HR/Utility/Changing Role of HR

7 Coaching the Dinosaur: I-O Influence in 100 Year-Old Organizations, Continental C, 10:30 AM
30 Empirical Evidence for Emerging Technology: MUVEs/Virtual Worlds in HR, Continental B, 12:00 PM
53 I-O Psychology in the Management of Human Capital Risk, Lake Erie, 1:30 PM
55 Industry Spotlight: How I-Os Can Help Solve the Healthcare Crisis, Lake Michigan, 1:30 PM
81 Developing an HR Strategy, PDR 2, 3:30 PM
118 ROI in Retail:  Innovating How Effectiveness Is Measured, Williford C, 8:00 AM
143-23 Evaluating Return on Investment: The Worth of Mentoring, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
150 I-O Psychologists Taking the Lead in Human Resources, Marquette, 11:30 AM
162 HC Analytics: What Should We Do With All These Numbers? Waldorf, 12:00 PM
230 I-O Interventions That Go Viral, Marquette, 8:00 AM
256-26 Linking Ethics-Focused HR Practices to Firm Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-27 Union Certification Frustration: An Exploratory Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
262 Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award: How Did I Get From There to Here? Thorny Roads to Being Productive,
      Joliet, 11:30 AM
265 Talent Alignment Strategies for Supporting Strategic Organizational Shifts, Williford B, 11:30 AM
273 Building a Workforce to Meet Immediate Societal Needs, Marquette, 12:00 PM

Teaching I-O Psychology/Student Affiliate Issues/Professional Development

10 Drive Your Career: Vision, Valor, and Valence, Lake Huron, 10:30 AM
35 Translating Graduate School to Good Practice, Lake Ontario, 12:00 PM
36 The Intersection of Consumer Behavior and I-O: Exploring Old Frontiers, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 12:00 PM
51 Internships in I-O Psychology: Best Practices From Managers and Interns, Boulevard AB, 1:30 PM
90 Preparing for the Workplace—the Virtual Workplace, Boulevard AB, 5:00 PM
96 Applying Science to Improve the Teaching of Teamwork in Classrooms, Marquette, 5:00 PM
103 Graduate Study From 30,000 Feet: Global Perspectives on Learning Abroad, Continental A, 8:00 AM
128 Organizational Research and Grant Funding: Challenges, Benefits, and Opportunities, Williford A, 10:00 AM
135 Fact and Fiction: Licensing Barriers and Resources, Joliet, 10:30 AM
148 Celebrating Our Science and Practice: Looking Inward, Joliet, 11:30 AM
215 Talking Tech: Sharing Successes and Failures With Technology in Teaching, Lake Huron, 5:00 PM
225 Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award: Facilitating Student Engagement, Joliet, 8:00 AM
231 “Mastering” Your Career Path: Perspectives Across Career Stages, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 8:00 AM
238 I-O, I-O, It’s Off to Work—or School—We Go? Boulevard AB, 9:00 AM
250 Past, Present, and Future of Master’s Programs in I-O, Lake Huron, 10:30 AM
256-28 Graduate Program Retention: Do We Practice What We Preach? SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-29 Thesis Colloquia: A Technique to Increase On-Time Thesis Completion, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-30 Effects of Journal Title Characteristics on Citations in I-O Journals, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
257 So, You Think You Want to Be a Consultant? Waldorf, 10:30 AM
288 Funding Options for Graduate Students: Alternatives to Waiting Tables, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 1:00 PM
306 Stay or Go: Value of a Master’s in Applied Settings, Boulevard AB, 3:30 PM

Testing/Assessment (e.g., selection methods, validation, predictors)

2-1 Test–Retest Reliability of  SJT Items Used for Credentialing, Astoria, 10:30 AM
2-2 A Single-Response Situational Judgment Test: Validity and Relationships With Personality, Astoria, 10:30 AM
2-3 Scoring Situational Judgment Tests Using Profile Similarity Metrics, Astoria, 10:30 AM
2-4 The Efficacy of Three SJT Response Formats, Astoria, 10:30 AM
5 Alternative Strategies for Internet-Based Testing: Practice and Research Lessons, Continental A, 10:30 AM
27 The Latest Research on Simulations and Multimedia SJTs, Boulevard AB, 12:00 PM
56 Individual Assessors: Articulating Competence to Promote Excellence, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 1:30 PM
59-1 Streamlining Assessment Centers: Using High-Fidelity In-Baskets to Replace Role Plays, Astoria, 2:00 PM
59-2 Observability in Assessment Center Exercises: The Implementation of Situational Stimuli, Astoria, 2:00 PM
59-3 In-Basket Criterion-Related Validity: A Meta-Analysis, Astoria, 2:00 PM
59-4 Assessing Assessment Center Dimension’s Construct Validity Using Measurement Equivalence Analysis, Astoria, 2:00 PM
64 Advancing the Research Behind Technological Innovations in Assessment, Waldorf, 2:00 PM
77 Overhauling Hiring Methodologies: Unproctored, Automated Assessment in Federal Hiring Reform, Lake Ontario, 3:30 PM
87-1 Using Rest’s Four Component Model to Predict Applicant Cheating, Astoria, 4:00 PM
87-2 Predict Item Sharing Through Personality and Integrity Measures, Astoria, 4:00 PM
87-3 Catch Them While You Can: Detecting Applicant Falsification, Astoria, 4:00 PM
87-4 Catch Me if You Can! Cheating in Unproctored Internet Testing, Astoria, 4:00 PM
89-2 Publication Bias and the Validity of Conditional Reasoning Tests, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-3 Estimating the Reliability of College Grades, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-4 The Relationship of Scale Reliability and Validity to Respondent Inconsistency, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-5 Does Anxiety Create Differential Predictive Validity in Cognitive Ability Tests? SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-6 A Meta-Analytic Review of the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-7 Predicting Credit Risk With Psychometric Assessments: Potential Substitute for Credit Checks? SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-8 Development and Validation of a Self-Assessment of Learning Agility, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-9 Designing Pareto-Optimal Systems for Complex Selection Decisions, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-10 Test Anxiety: Its Structure, Distinctiveness, and Impact on Test Validity, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-11 Predicting MCAT Performance: The Mediating Effects of Test-Taking Self-Efficacy, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-12 Examining Differential Item Functioning of “Insensitive” Test Items, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-13 Deriving Synthetic Validity Models: Is R = .80 Large Enough? SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-14 Multisource Reference Feedback and Candidate Motivation Can Identify Quality Nurses, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-15 Criterion-Related Validity of the Employee Screening Questionnaire, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-16 A Large Sample Response Addressing Low Power in Differential Prediction, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-17 Exploring Nonlinearity in the Relationship Between HSGPA and College Grades, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-18 Introducing the Revised Implicit Achievement-Motive Assessment, CRT-RMS: Form-N, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-19 Exploring the Use of Rater Assigned Item Difficulties (RAID), SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-20 Pregnant Job Applicants and Employment Interviews: Stigmatization or Absenteeism? SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-21 Content Validity Is Little Help When Choosing Among Selection Tests, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-22 Development and Validation of the German Work-Related Curiosity Scale, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-23 Item Characteristics of Three- Versus Five-Option Multiple-Choice Tests, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-24 A Similarity-Based Map of Assessment Center Dimensions, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-25 Practical Impact of Predictor Reliability for Personnel Selection Decisions, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-26 Sex Differences in Physical Ability: Implications for Adverse Impact, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-27 What Do You See? Interviewers’ Perceptions of Applicant Impression Management, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-28 Measurement Specificity and the Relation Between Personality and Emotional Intelligence, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-29 Personality as a Predictor of Military Suitability, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-30 Creating a Social Intelligence Test to Predict Interpersonal Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-31 Sex and Racial Differences in Socially Desirable Responding, SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
89-32 Employment Interview Reliability: Updating Conway, Jako, and Goodman (1995), SE Exhibit Hall, 4:30 PM
99-9 Mean Score and Validity Differences Among Bogus Item Endorsement Groups, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
99-10 Alternative Scoring Approaches for Retest Scores: Implications for Differential Prediction, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
123 Multimedia Simulations: Types, Fidelity, and Challenges, Marquette, 9:00 AM
124 I-O and IT:  How to Effectively Navigate the Nexus, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 9:00 AM
144 Making Selection Decisions Using Test Scores: Robots Versus Fortune Tellers, Waldorf, 10:30 AM
151-29 Predicting Employee Contextual Performance: Pattern Versus Variable Approach, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
158 New World of Technology in Assessment Centers: Challenges and Opportunities, Lake Michigan, 12:00 PM
161 Online Testing, PDR 2, 12:00 PM
177 Putting It All Together: Real-World Applications of Synthetic Validity, Lake Ontario, 1:30 PM
193 Issues, Controversies, and Advancements in Workplace Assessment, International Ballroom South, 3:30 PM
197 Innovation in SJT Technology: Item Development, Fidelity, and Constructs Assessed, Lake Michigan, 3:30 PM
223 Can Faking Ever Be Overcome in High-Stakes Testing? Continental C, 8:00 AM
240-29 A Comparison of Two Methods for Keying Biodata Inventories, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
240-30 Political Skill in Job Application: A Within-Subjects Field Experiment, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
246 Detecting Deception: Techniques for Assessing Applicant Faking on Personality Measures, Continental C, 10:30 AM
256-31 Preemployment Integrity Testing in Israel: A Validation Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
256-32 SES Role in SAT-Grade Relationships Across Gender and Racial Subgroups, SE Exhibit Hall, 10:30 AM
264-26 The Value of Biodata for Selecting Employees, SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
264-27 Scoring Biodata: Is It Rational to Be Quasi-Rational? SE Exhibit Hall, 11:30 AM
268 Validation in the Real World: Land Mines to Avoid, Continental A, 12:00 PM
283-16 Pregnant and Interviewing: Should You Talk About It or Not? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
301 Employment Interview Research:  Where Do We Go Next? Williford B, 1:30 PM
309 Gap Analysis: Using Assessments to Measure and Develop Workforce Capabilities, Waldorf, 3:30 PM

Training

11 Self-Regulated Learning Interventions: A Recipe for Training Success, Lake Michigan, 10:30 AM
99-11 Does Diversity Training Work?  A Meta-Analytic Evaluation, Grand Ballroom, 6:00 PM
125-2 Individual Differences Predicting Success in Video Game-Based Blended Learning, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-3 Individual Learning in Team Training: Moderating Effects of Team Context, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-4 Perceived Training Comprehensiveness and Organizational Commitment Across Eight Organizations, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-5 Evaluating Advance Organizer Effectiveness in a Foreign Language Training Context, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-6 Learner-Controlled Practice Difficulty: The Roles of Cognitive and Motivational Processes, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-7 A Job Club for Older Job Seekers: Why It Works, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-8 Understanding Virtual Team Communication Processes, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-9 Effectiveness of the Internal Referencing Strategy Design for Training Evaluation, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-10 Training Students to Increase Employment Opportunity Using Social Networking Web Sites, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-11 The Role of Posttraining Performance Feedback on Trainer Ratings, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-12 Personality and Synchronicity Interaction Predicts Training Performance in Online Discussion, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-13 Houston, We Have a Problem-Solving Model for Training, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-14 Complex Skill Acquisition Ability–Growth Interactions: A Spline-Modeling Approach, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-15 General Mental Ability Moderates the Relationship Between Performance and Efficacy, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-16 The Effectiveness of After-Action Reviews as a Training Method, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-17 Disentangling the Unique Effects of Team Dimensional Training’s Design Elements, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-18 Investigating Predictive Validity of Core Self-Evaluations in a Training Context, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-19 A Process Model of Error-Management Training Effects on Performance, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-20 Differential Ability and Complexity Effects: Performance, Self-Efficacy, Cognitive Appraisals, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-21 Critical Social Thinking Training: A Framework for Design and Delivery, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-22 Individual Adaptability Incrementally Predicts Performance in a Dynamic Training Environment, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-23 The Expert-Led After-Action Review Training Approach: An Empirical Test, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-24 Factors Influencing Knowledge and Skill Decay in Training: A Meta-Analysis, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-25 Cognitive and Motivational Influences on Training Performance: A Longitudinal Study, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
125-26 Supervisor Support and Utility Reactions: Trainee Attitudes as a Mediator, SE Exhibit Hall, 9:00 AM
139 Leveraging Experiential Learning to Build Capability and Accelerate Strategic Alignment, Lake Ontario, 10:30 AM
185 Industry Spotlight: Applying I-O to the Military, NW Exhibit Hall 5, 2:00 PM
213 Training on a Shoestring Budget: Bringing Clients to the Water, Boulevard C, 5:00 PM
282 Serious Games and Virtual Worlds: The Next I-O Frontier!, Lake Michigan, 12:30 PM

Work and Family/Non-Work Life/Leisure

18 Implications of Work–Life Flexibility for Managers: Practices, Pitfalls and Prospects, Waldorf, 10:30 AM
29 Work–Family Research is Atheoretical? Not Anymore: Advancements in Boundary Theory, Continental A, 12:00 PM
76 Work–Family Research: The Crossroads, Lake Michigan, 3:30 PM
113 Hell Is Other People: Exploring Social Influences on Working Parents, NW Exhibit Hall 1, 8:00 AM
132 Researching Outside the Box: Exploring Work–Family Research Beyond Cross-Sectional Approaches, Continental B, 10:30 AM
176 Is Work–Life Balance Reality or Myth? Research and Lessons Learned, Lake Huron, 1:30 PM
283-17 Effects of Age, Support, and Work–Family Resources on Commitment, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-18 Dispositional Anxiety: Facilitating or Exacerbating the Experience of Work–Life Balance? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-19 Communication Technology: Pros and Cons of Constant Connection to Work, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-20 When Dual-Role Involvement Facilitates: Work–Family Facilitation and Crossover in China, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-21 Work–Family Backlash: Negative Emotions and Organizational Retaliatory Behavior, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-22 Work-to-Family Spillover Effects of Workplace Ostracism, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-23 Recovery Experiences and Job Performance: The Role of Nonwork Control, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-24 An Examination of Barriers to Work–Life Effectiveness Initiatives, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-25 Making Work and Family Fit: Do Organizational Supports Help Employees? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-26 Personality and the Work–Family Integration and Segmentation Continuum, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-27 Crossover of Self-Esteem: Job-Related Sources and Consequences of Day-Specific Self-Esteem, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-28 Onsite Childcare Benefits: Do Keeping Kids Close Help Employers? SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
283-29 Involvement and Control Impact Work–Family Interface in India, SE Exhibit Hall, 12:30 PM
305-1 Personality and Work–Family Conflict: A Meta-Analysis, Astoria, 3:30 PM
305-2 Work–Family Conflict: Crossover in Dual-Earner Couples, Astoria, 3:30 PM
305-3 Relationship Between Work-to-Family Conflict and Parent–Child Activities: Can Guilt Help? Astoria, 3:30 PM
305-4 Work–Family Conflict and Knowledge Sharing: Social Supports as Moderators, Astoria, 3:30 PM
308 Methodological Issues in Work–Family(/Nonwork) Research, Lake Huron, 3:30 PM