Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology

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Edited By: Sharon Clarke

Impact Factor: 3.139

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 9/80 (Psychology Applied); 38/194 (Management)

Online ISSN: 2044-8325

Best Paper Prize

Wiley-Blackwell and the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology have established the JOOP Annual Best Paper Prize. All papers in a particular year are independently judged by the Editorial Board members, who nominate the three best papers published. The Editor will make the final ranking and choose the paper with the most nominations. The prize will consist of a certificate and letter from the Editor, and promotion on the journal homepage. The winning paper would also be made freely available for download and included in promotional campaigns.

2013 winners:

Unpacking the cross-level effects of tenure diversity, explicit knowledge, and knowledge sharing on individual creativity
Lucy L. Gilson, Hyoun Sook Lim, Margaret M. Luciano and Jin Nam Choi

A longitudinal study of well-being in older workers and retirees: The role of engaging in different types of activities
Kristina Potočnik and Sabine Sonnentag

2012 winner:

'The deviant citizen: Measuring potential positive relations between counterproductive work behaviour and organizational citizenship behaviour’ by Suzy Fox, Paul E. Spector, Angeline Goh, Kari Bruursema and Stacey R. Kessler

2011 winner:

Leading organizational change in the ‘new’ South Africa
Stella M. Nkomo and Drikus Kriek

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2010 winner:

Interface between work and family: A longitudinal individual and crossover perspective
Ulla Kinnunen, Taru Feldt, Saija Mauno and Johanna Rantanen

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