Matthew Haynes / Tuesday, April 7, 2020 / Categories: Items of Interest, Calls and Announcements Research Methods in Human Research Management: Toward Valid Research-Based Inferences Edited by: Eugene F. Stone-Romero, University of New Mexico, and Patrick J. Rosopa, Clemson University A volume in Research in Human Resource Management Series Editors: Dianna L. Stone, Universities at New Mexico, Albany, & Virginia Tech, & James H. Dulebohn, Michigan State University Copies can be obtained through Information Age Publishing about May 15, 2020. https://www.infoagepub.com/products/Research-Methods-in-Human-Resource-Management The purpose of this volume of Research in Human Resource Management is to provide basic and applied researchers with resources that will enable them to improve the internal validity, external validity, construct validity, and statistical conclusion validity of research in HRM, and the related field of industrial and organizational psychology. Sound research in these fields should serve to improve both science and practice. CONTENTS: Perspectives on the Validity of Inferences from Research in Human Resource Management, Eugene F. Stone-Romero and Patrick J. Rosopa. Advances in Research Methods: What Have We Neglected? Neal Schmitt. Research Design and Causal Inferences in Human Resource Management Research, Eugene F. Stone-Romero. Kappa, and Alpha, and Pi, Oh My: Heteroscedasticity in Organizational Research, Amber N. Schroeder, Patrick J. Rosopa, Julia H. Whitaker, Ian N. Fairbanks, and Phoebe Xoxakos. Beyond Traditional Interrater Reliability Using Gwet’s AC1 Statistic, Julie I. Hancock, James M. Vardaman, and David G. Allen. Kappa and Evaluating Job Performance Measures: Criteria for Criteria, Angelo S. DeNisi and Kevin R. Murphy. Research Methods in Organizational Politics: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities, Liam P. Maher, Zachary A. Russell, Samantha L. Jordan, Gerald R. Ferris, and Wayne A. Hochwarter. Range Restriction in Employment Interviews: An Influence Too Big to Ignore, Allen I. Huffcutt. We’ve Got (Safety) Issues: Current Methods and Potential Future Directions in Safety Climate Research, Lois E. Tetrick, Robert R. Sinclair, Gargi Sawhney, and Tiancheng (Allen) Chen. . Previous Article Work-Family Balance Struggles in the Time of COVID-19 Next Article Celebrate I-O Psychology With #IOHaiku Print 251 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.