Journal of Organizational Behavior
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Edited By: Suzanne S. Masterson
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 7/76 (Psychology Applied); 18/115 (Business); 24/185 (Management)
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We are delighted to announce Michael P. Leiter, Jari J. Hakanen, Kirsi Ahola, Salla Toppinen-Tanner, Aki Koskinen, and Ari Vaananen as the winners of the 2013 JOB Best Paper award, for their article 'Organizational predictors and health consequences of changes in burnout: A 12-year cohort study'.
Employee Silence Motives: Investigation of dimensionality and development of measures. Brinsfield, C.T. 34:5
Transformational leadership, relationship quality, and employee performance during continuous incremental organizational change. Carter, M.Z., Armenakis, A.A., Feild, H.S., & Mossholder, K.W. 34:7
A Meta-analytic evaluation of diversity training outcomes. Kalinoski, Z.T., Steele-Johnson, D., Peyton, E.J., Leas, K.A., Steinke, J., & Bowling, N.A. 34:8
Organizational citizenship behavior in work groups: A team cultural perspective. Lai, J.Y.M., Lam, L.W., & Lam, S.S.K. 34:7
How do leadership motives affect informal and formal leadership emergence? Luria, G., & Berson, Y. 34:7
Interactive effects of levels of individualism-collectivism on cooperation: A meta-analysis. Marcus, J., & Le, H. 34:6
Introducing the construct curiosity for predicting job performance. Mussel, P. 34:4
Age and innovation-related behavior: The joint moderating effects of supervisor undermining and proactive personality. Ng, T. W. H., & Feldman, D.C. 34:5
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