Mentoring, Methodological Urban Legends, and More

siopSIOP 2013 is almost here! The 28th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology kicks off this Thursday, April 11, in Houston, and we’re gearing up by highlighting articles of interest by SIOP fellows and other top scholars in the field:

ormIn Organizational Research Methods, SIOP fellows Robert J. Vandenberg and Charles E. Lance write about the “methodological urban legends” facing organizational scholars (read more background about this topic in a recent Management INK post by Dr. Larry Williams, director of CARMA):

Robert J. Vandenberg
Introduction: Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends: Where, Pray Tell, Did They Get This Idea?
Organizational Research Methods, 2006

Charles E. Lance
More Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends
Organizational Research Methods, 2011

JOM_v38_72ppiRGB_150pixWIn the Journal of Management, SIOP fellows and other top scholars round out the JOM Editor’s Choice collection on Mentoring, which will be a key topic at SIOP 2013:

Gerald R. Ferris, Robert C. Liden, Timothy P. Munyon, James K. Summers, Kevin J. Basik, and M. Ronald Buckley
Relationships at Work: Toward a Multidimensional Conceptualization of Dyadic Work Relationships
Journal of Management, 2009

Tammy D. Allen, Mark Alan Smith, Fred A. Mael, Patrick Gavan O’Shea, and Lillian T. Eby
Organization-Level Mentoring and Organizational Performance Within Substance Abuse Centers
Journal of Management, 2009

Stay tuned for more related research ahead of #SIOP13, and let us know what topics you would like to see highlighted.

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