Saturday, January 28, 2012

January 2012 research update

Okay, we've got a lot of ground to cover so let's jump right in...

- For you stats fans: Estimating ordinal reliability for Likert-type and ordinal response data

- And more: Effect size: Don't just report it, describe it

- And still more: A confidence interval approach to testing comparability of groups

- Shifting gears: CWBs: There's more than one type

- Femininity and military leadership

- Increasing HR's strategic participation

- HR practices do have an influence on organizational attractiveness

- IQ scores may be influenced by test motivation (in low-stakes settings)

- Learning agility is an important factor in identifying high-potentials

- Slicing and dicing the Big Five

- Extraversion, intelligence, and genetics

- Apparently being agreeable won't make you rich (especially if you're a man)

- Need scientists or engineers? Consider innovativeness and internal LOC

- What if you're looking for leaders of scientists or engineers? Consider three important criteria.

- Increase diversity cues to increase recruitment website stickiness

- Does transformational leadership relate to proactive behavior? Depends on the situation.

- Core self evaluations: More complicated than you might think

- No, seriously, it's much more complicated and involves general versus specific measures

- Speaking of complicated, the relationship between personality traits (Big 5) and performance isn't as simple as many make it out to be

That's all for now! See you in February.

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