[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Lixin Jiang of the University of Auckland and Dr. Lindsey M. Lavaysse of Washington State University–Vancouver. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “Cognitive and Affective Job Insecurity: A Meta-Analysis and a Primary Study," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. … Continue reading Cognitive and Affective Job Insecurity
Editor's note: We are pleased to welcome Dan S. Chiaburu of Texas A&M University, whose article "Employees’ Social Context and Change-Oriented Citizenship: A Meta-Analysis of Leader, Coworker, and Organizational Influences," co-authored by Natalia M. Lorinkova of Wayne State University and Linn Van Dyne of Michigan State University, is forthcoming in Group & Organization Management and … Continue reading Employee Proactivity: How Social Support Matters
Meta-analysis has emerged as an important means of gathering cumulative scientific data, but if the results are skewed, it can hinder rather than help knowledge advancement in the field. Dr. Sven Kepes of Virginia Commonwealth University co-authored "Publication Bias in the Organizational Sciences," published on July 31, 2012 in Organizational Research Methods, with George C. … Continue reading Publication Bias in the Organizational Sciences
Marc Orlitzky, Penn State University, published "How Can Significance Tests Be Deinstitutionalized?" on December 12th, 2011 in Organizational Research Methods. To read other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: The purpose of this article is to propose possible solutions to the methodological problem of null hypothesis significance testing (NHST), which is framed as deeply embedded … Continue reading How Can Significance Tests Be Deinstitutionalized?
Joachim Hüffmeier, University of Münster, Philipp Alexander Freund, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Alfred Zerres, Klaus Backhaus and Guido Hertel, all of University of Münster, published "Being Tough or Being Nice? A Meta-Analysis on the Impact of Hard- and Softline Strategies in Distributive Negotiations" on December 12th, 2011 in the Journal of Management. To view other OnlineFirst articles, … Continue reading Being Tough or Being Nice?
Ruodan Shao, City University of Hong Kong, Deborah E. Rupp, Purdue University, Daniel P. Skarlicki, University of British Columbia, and Kisha S. Jones, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, published "Employee Justice Across Cultures: A Meta-Analytic Review" on December 2nd, 2011 in the Journal of Management. To read other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. The abstract: This article … Continue reading Employee Justice Across Cultures
Julie I. Hancock, David G. Allen, University of Memphis, Frank A. Bosco, Marshall University, Karen R. McDaniel, Arkansas State University, and Charles A. Pierce, University of Memphis, published "Meta-Analytic Review of Employee Turnover as a Predictor of Firm Performance" on October 24th, 2011 in the Journal of Management's OnlineFirst section. To read other OnlineFirst articles, please click … Continue reading Meta-Analytic Review of Employee Turnover as a Predictor of Firm Performance
Zeynep G. Aytug, Hannah R. Rothstein, Wencang Zhou, and Mary C. Kern, all of Baruch College, City University of New York, published "Revealed or Concealed? Transparency of Procedures, Decisions and Judgment Calls in Meta-Analyses" in Online First of Organizational Research Methods. They were kind enough to share some background information about the article. Who is the target audience for this article? … Continue reading Revealed or Concealed?
Herman Aguinis, Charles A. Pierce, Frank A. Bosco, Dan R. Dalton, and Catherine M. Dalton offer best-practice recommendations regarding how to conduct meta-analytic reviews. Click here to read the article in Organizational Research Methods OnlineFirst.