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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

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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.

Work-Family Balance Struggles in the Time of COVID-19

Kristen Shockley and Malissa Clark, University of Georgia

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And you thought you had work-family struggles before?? Now you are working from home, serving as a homeschool teacher, dealing with loads of anxiety about the new unknown, all while trying not to touch your face! 

If you feel like you are burning the candle at both ends, you are not alone. We are certainly in unprecedented times and have no research that speaks to work–family struggles during a pandemic (shocking, right?), but our aim here is to provide you with a few evidence-based suggestions for maintaining your sanity  from the work–family and remote work research literature.

U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Broad Agency Announcement for Basic, Applied, and Advanced Scientific Research (2018-2023)

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The U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences is the Army’s lead agency for the conduct of research, development, and analyses for the improvement of Army readiness and performance via research advances and applications of the behavioral and social sciences that address personnel, organization, training, and leader development issues.  Interested offerors are encouraged to submit white papers prior to submitting proposals. 

The full research announcement and application instructions for both white papers and proposals may be viewed at beta.SAM or Grants.gov under opportunity number W911NF-18-S-0005.  White papers and proposals may be submitted under the general topics of the Broad Agency Announcement at any time through 29 April 2023.  Specific calls for white papers are published on beta.SAM under opportunity number W911NF-18-S-0005. 

 

APF COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant: $20,000

Deadline: May 1, 2020

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In response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the American Psychological Foundation is allocating funding to support psychological research that will provide insights that will help psychologists to work with individuals, families, and groups who are struggling to cope during these challenging times. This grant will fall under APF Visionary Grant priorities of using psychology to solve social problems.  The COVID-19 crisis is certainly a major social problem.

Call for unpublished research for leadership and follower engagement/burnout meta-analysis

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Dear Colleagues,

Jan Luca Pletzer, Arnold Bakker, and I are working on a meta-analysis about the relations of constructive (such as transformational, empowering and servant) and destructive (such as abusive and tyrannical) leadership with follower work engagement and burnout. Our aim is to examine the relations between different leadership styles and both follower work engagement and burnout, as well as to compare the relations between constructive and destructive leadership styles and these outcomes. To get the best overview of the magnitude of the relations, it is crucial that we also include unpublished studies in this area.

We are therefore calling for unpublished data

  1. including quantitative measures of leadership as well as follower engagement and/or burnout (or their subdimensions)
  2. including working adults (18+) as participants
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