Top Papers from Organizational Research Methods

ormAs SIOP 2013 draws near, access Organizational Research Methods’ award-winning papers from the Editor’s Choice section, authored by SIOP fellows and other top scholars in industrial-organizational psychology, free through April 20 using the links below:

Jose M. Cortina and Ronald S. Landis, “The Earth Is Not Round (p = .00),” April 2011

Jeffrey R. Edwards, “The Fallacy of Formative Measurement,” April 2011

Keith Leavitt, Terence R. Mitchell, and Jeff Peterson, “Theory Pruning: Strategies to Reduce Our Dense Theoretical Landscape,” October 2010

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About Cynthia Nalevanko, Senior Editor, SAGE Publishing

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