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Ppsych in the News!
Brian Holtz's PPsych article "From First Impression to Fairness Perception: Investigating the Impact of Initial Trustworthiness Beliefs" has been picked up by several news outlets recently; Some Faces Just Get Away With Stuff in New York Magazine; Do you have a face that lets you get away with anything? Researchers find our features can influence how guilty people think we are from the Daily Mail; and A face that could get away with anything on the British Psychological Society blog
Covered by The New York Times Uncertainty About Jobs Has a Ripple Effect
Personnel Psychology article The Best and the Rest: Revisiting the Norm of Normality of Individual Performance by Herman Aguinis and Ernest O'Boyle Jr. is in the news!
Covered by Forbes article The Myth Of The Bell Curve: Look For The Hyper-Performers
Covered by Government Executive article Why You Shouldn't Grade Employees' Performance on a Curve
Personnel Psychology article Star Performers In Twenty-First-Century Organizations by Herman Aguinis, Ernest O'Boyle Jr. is in the news!
Covered by Priceonomics article What's So Special About Star Engineers?
Covered by Fast Company article Are Star Performers The Only Employees Who Matter?
Award Winning Article!
The Best Paper Award Winning Article for 2014:
The Best and the Rest: Revisiting the Norm of Normality of Individual Performance
Ernest O’Boyle Jr. and Herman Aguinis
Also congratulate the finalists for the award:
Is There Method to the Madness? Examining How Racioethnic Matching Influences Retail Store Productivity
Derek R. Avery, Patrick F. Mckay, Scott Tonidandel, Sabrina D. Volpone, and Mark A. Morris
Why Employees Do Bad Things: Moral Disengagement and Unethical Organizational Behavior
Celia Moore, James R. Detert, Linda Klebe Treviño, Vicki L. Baker, and David M. Mayer
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