A few new journal issues have come out lately:
Summer 2016 Personnel Psychology, including:
Transparency of Assessment Centers: Low Criterion-related Validity but Greater Opportunity to Perform?
May 2016 Journal of Applied Psychology, including:
Initial impressions: What they are, what they are not, and how they influence structured interview outcomes.
Racioethnicity, community makeup, and potential employees’ reactions to organizational diversity management approaches.
June 2016 International Journal of Selection and Assessment, including:
Applicant Reactions to Selection Events: Four studies into the role of attributional style and fairness perceptions
Behavioral Cues as Indicators of Deception in Structured Employment Interviews
The Role of Self-focused Attention and Negative Self-thought in Interview Anxiety: A test of two interventions
The Influence of Candidate Social Effectiveness on Assessment Center Performance Ratings: A field study
Discrimination due to Ethnicity and Gender: How susceptible are video-based job interviews?
A Comparison of General and Work-specific Personality Measures as Predictors of Organizational Citizenship Behavior
The Perceived Nature and Incidence of Dysfunctional Assessment Center Features and Processes
Who is Being Judged Promotable: Good actors, high performers, highly committed or birds of a feather?