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Below is a list of publications held by current I/O students. Names of students and recent program alumni are in bold. I/O faculty names are underlined.
For a more complete list of student publications (i.e., including students that have recently graduated) please see the Recent I/O Publications page on the University of Akron's I/O Department website.
Benedetti, A. A., & Hall, R. J. (2013). Work-life balance. SIOP White Paper Series.
Carr, A. E. (in-press). Not for stragglers anymore: the current state of coaching research. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist.
Carr, A. E., & Herb, K. C. (in-press). Leveraging performance management. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist.
Dinh, J. E., & Lord, R. G. (in review). An integrative framework for understanding moral processing and content: What we know and where to go from here. Current Directions in Psychological Science.
King, A., Holder, M, & Ahmed, R. A. (2013). Errors as allies: Error management training in health professions education. BMJ Quality & Safety.
Beck, J. W., Carr, A. E., & Walmsley, P. (2012). What have you done for me lately? Charisma attenuates the decline in U.S. presidential approval over time. The Leadership Quarterly, 23 (5), 934-942.
Carr, A. E., & Ferrell, J. Z. (2012). Preparing for launch: Gaining applied experience while in grad school. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 50(2), 124-129.
Carpenter, J., Doverspike, D., & Miguel, R. F. (2012). Public service motivation as a predictor of attraction to the public sector. Journal of Vocational Behavior,80(2), 509-523.
Dinh, J.E., & Gabriel, A.S. (2012). Money (really) matters: Tips from the frontline on balancing graduate school finances. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 50, 81-86.
Dinh, J. E., & Gabriel, A. S. (2012). Money (really) matters: Tips from the frontline on balancing graduate school finances. The Industrial Organizational Psychologist, 50, 81-86.
Dinh, J. E., & Lord, R. G. (2012). Implications of dispositional and process views of traits for individual difference research in leadership. The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 651-669.
Dinh, J. E., Lord, R. G., & Hoffman, E. (2012). Leadership perception and information processing: Influences of symbolic, connectionist, emotion, and embodied architectures. In D. V. Day (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Leadership and Organizations. New York: Oxford University Press.
Gabriel, A.S. (2012). Smile! Your employees are watching: How embodied cognitions can influence employees’ “service with a smile.” The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 15, 73-85.
King, A., Conrad, M., & Ahmed, R. A. (2012). Improving collaboration among medical, nursing, and respiratory therapy students throughinterprofessional simulation. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
King, A., & Herb, K. (2012). Putting the ‘life’ back into work-life balance for graduate students. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 50,25-29.
King, A. & Levy, P. E. (2012). Applying stress theories to organizational politics during the economic downturn. In Perrewe,P. L., Halbesleben, J. & Rosen, C. C. (Eds.), Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being, Vol 10, 87-130.
Kraus, A.J., Hanley, G.P., Cesana, L.L, Eisenberg, D., Jarvie, A.C. (2012). An evaluation of strengthening precursors to increase preschooler compliance. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 45(1), 131-136.
Levy, P. E., Herb, K. C., Frantz, N. B., & Carr, A. E. (2012). Employee well-being: Can performance management systems help? Yes, but they can hurt too! In N. Reilly and A. Gorman (Eds.), Employee Well-Being (pp. 133-155). Springer Publishers.
Lord, R. G., & Dinh, J. E. (2012). Aggregation processes and levels of analysis as organizing structures for leadership theory. In D. V. Day & J. Antonakis (Eds.), The Nature of leadership, second edition (pp. 29-58). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.
Silverman, S., Johnson, R., McConnell, N., & Carr, A.E. (2012). Causes, correlates, and outcomes of arrogance in the workplace. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 30, 21-28.
Wilson, C.N., & Kraus, A.J. (2012). Making the transition: Insight from second-year graduate students. The Industrial Organizational Psychologist, 49(3), 93–99.
Beck, J. W., Gregory, J. B., & Carr, A. E. (2011). Goals, feedback, and self-regulation: Control theory as a natural framework for executive coaching. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice & Research, 63(1), 26-38.
Beck, J. W., Gregory, J. B., & Carr, A. E. (2011). Taming the Wild West: A control theory approach to coaching. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 63(1), 26-38.
Gabriel, A.S., Diefendorff, J.M., & Erickson, R.J. (2011). The relations of daily task accomplishment satisfaction with changes in affect: A multilevel study in nurses. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Gabriel, A.S., & Hill, S.C. (2011). A positive (psychology) starting note from the University of Akron. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist,49, 69-73.
Benedetti, A.A., Dawson, C.L., Staranko, S.L., Swanson, E.A., & Horton, J.J. (2010). The effect of display rules on illusion of transparency in children. Modern Psychological Studies, 15, 22-30.
Broeker, T. & Kraus, A.J. (2010). Advice for Peer Educators From Peer Educators. In Foubert, J.D. (Ed.) The Men's and Women's Programs: Ending Rape Through Peer Education (pp. 159-171). New York, NY: Routeledge.
Butler, A. B., Dodge, K. D. & Faurote, E. J. (2010). College student employment and drinking: A daily study of work stressors, alcohol expectancies, and alcohol consumption. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 15, 291-303.
Diefendorff, J.M., & Chandler, M.M. (2010). Motivating employees. In S. Zedeck (Ed.)Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Diefendorff, J.M., Morehart, J., & Gabriel, A.S. (2010). The influence of power and solidarity on emotional display rules. Motivation and Emotion, 34, 120-132.
Lord, R. G., & Dinh, J. E. (2010). Aggregation Processes and Levels of Analysis as Organizing Structures for Leadership Theory. In J. Antonakis & D. Day (Eds.), The Nature of Leadership, Second Edition (Chapter 2). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Lord, R.G., & Shondrick, S.J. (2010). Leadership and knowledge: Symbolic, connectionist, and embodied approaches. The Leadership Quarterly.
Nakai, Y., Chang, B., Snell, A.F., & Fluckinger, C.D. (2010). Profiles of mature job seekers: Connecting needs and desires to job characteristics. Journal of Organizational Behavior. Special Issue: Contemporary Empirical Advancements in the Study of Aging in the Workplace.
Shondrick, S.J., Dinh, J.E., & Lord, R.G. (2010). Developments in implicit leadership theory and cognitive science: Applications to improving measurement and understanding alternatives to hierarchical leadership. The Leadership Quarterly.
Shondrick, S.J., & Lord, R. G. (2010). Implicit leadership and followership theories: Dynamic structures for leadership perceptions, memory, and leader-follower processes. In G. P. Hodgkinson & J. K. Ford (Eds.), International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 25.
Elicker, J.D., Lord, R.G., Ash, S., Kohari, N.E., Hruska, B., McConnell, N. L. &Medvedeff, M. E. (2009). Velocity as a Predictor of Performance Satisfaction, Mental Focus, and Goal Revision. Submitted to the Applied Psychology: An International Review.
Dominick, P., & Gabriel, A. (2009). Two sides to the story: An inter-actionist perspective on identifying potential. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 2(4), 430-433.
Beck, J. W., Gregory, J. B., & Carr, A. E. (2009). Balancing development with day-to-day task demands: A multiple-goal approach to executive coaching. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice.
Elicker, J. D., Foust, M. S., O’Malley, A. L., & Levy, P. E. (2009). Employee lateness behavior: The role of lateness climate and individual lateness attitude. Human Performance.
King, A., Austin-Odin, D., & Lohr, J. M. (2009). Browsing for love in all the wrong places. Skeptic, 15, 48-55.
Medvedeff, M. E., Gregory, J. B., & Levy, P. E. (2009). How attributes of the feedback message affect subsequent feedback seeking: The interactive effects of feedback sign and type on feedback seeking behavior. Psychologica Belgica.
Schmidt, A. M. & Dolis, C. M. (2009). Something’s got to give: The effects of dual-goal difficulty, goal progress, and expectancies on resource allocation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 678-691.
Schmidt, A. M., Dolis, C. M., & Tolli, A. P. (2009). A matter of time: Individual differences, contextual dynamics, and goal progress effects on multiple-goal self-regulation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 692-709.
Silverman, S. B. & Muller, W. M. (2009). Assessing performance management programs and policies. In J. W. Smither and M. London (Eds.), Performance management: Putting research into practice.
Elicker, J. D., O’Malley, A. L., & Williams, C. M. (2008). Does an Interactive WebCT Site Help Students Learn? Teaching of Psychology, 35, 126–131.
Gregory, J. B., Levy, P. E., & Jeffers, M. (2008). Development of a model of the feedback process within executive coaching. Consulting Psychology Journal, 60, 42-56.
Sterns, H.L., Chang, B.I., & Lax, G.A. (2008). Work and retirement. In B. R. Bonder & M. B. Wagner (Eds.) Functional Performance in Older Adults, 3rd Edition. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.
Tolli, A. P., & Schmidt, A. M. (2008). The role of feedback, causal attributions, and self-efficacy in goal revision. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 692-701.