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International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Volume 24, 2009

ISBN: 978-0-470-74525-0
342 pages
April 2009
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The 24th volume in this prestigious series of annual volumes, the International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 2009 includes scholarly, thoroughly researched, and state-of-the-art overviews of developments across a wide range of topics in industrial and organizational psychology. An international team of highly respected contributors reviews the latest research and issues in the field with eight chapters supported by extensive bibliographies. This volume is ideal for organizational psychologists, MSc level students in organizational psychology, and researchers seeking literature on current practice in industrial and organizational psychology.
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About the Editors.

Contributors.

Editorial Foreword.

1. Conceptualizing and Measuring Intuition: A Review of Recent Trends (Erik Dane and Michael G. Pratt).

2. Transfer of Training 1988-2008: An Updated Review and Agenda for Future Research (Timothy T. Baldwin, J. Kevin Ford, and Brian D. Blume).

3. Fifty Years of Psychological Contract Research: What Do We Know and What are the Main Challenges (Neil Conway and Rob B. Briner)?

4. Security in Organizations: Expanding the Frontier of Industrial-Organizational Psychology (Edward G. Bitzer, III, Peter Y. Chen, and Roger G. Johnston).

5. Sensemaking in Virtual Teams: The Impact of Emotions and Support Tools on Team Mental Models and Team Performance (Anat Rafaeli, Shy Ravid, and Arik Cheshin).

6. Team Performance in Dynamic Task Environments (Verlin B. Hinsz, Dana M. Wallace, and Jared L. Ladbury).

7. Clarifying the Notion of Self-Regulation in Organizational Behavior (Richard P. DeShon and Tara A. Rench).

8. Individual Differences and Decision Making: What We Know and Where We Go From Here (Susan Mohammed and Alexander Schwall).

Index.

Contents of Previous Volumes. 

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Gerard P. Hodgkinson is Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Strategic Management and Director of the Centre for Organizational Strategy, Learning and Change (COSLAC) at the University of Leeds, UK. He earned his BA, MSc and PhD degrees at Wolverhampton Polytechnic and the Universities of Hull and Sheffield, respectively. He has (co-) authored three books and over 60 scholarly journal articles and chapters on topics of relevance to the field of industrial and organizational psychology. A Fellow of both the British Psychological Society and the British Academy of Management, and an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences, his work centres on the analysis of cognitive processes in organizations and the psychology of strategic management. In recent years, his work on these topics has been taken forward through the award of a Fellowship of the Advanced Institute of Management (AIM) Research, the UK’s research initiative on management funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). From 1999–2006, he was the Editor-in-Chief of the British Journal of Management and currently serves on the Editorial Boards of the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior and Organization Science. A practising chartered occupational psychologist, he has conducted numerous consultancy assignments for leading private and public sector organizations. Further information about Gerard and his work can be found at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/lubs/coslac/ and http://www.aimresearch.org.

J. Kevin Ford is a Professor of Psychology at Michigan State University. His major research interests involve improving training effectiveness through efforts to advance our understanding of training needs assessment, design, evaluation and transfer. Dr Ford also concentrates on understanding change dynamics in organizational development efforts and building continuous learning and improvement orientations within organizations. He has published over 50 articles and chapters and 4 books relevant to industrial and organizational psychology. Currently, he serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Performance. He is an active consultant with private industry and the public sector on training, leadership, and organizational change issues.

Kevin is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He received his BS in psychology from the University of Maryland and his MA and PhD in psychology from The Ohio State University. Further information about Kevin and his research and consulting activities can be found at http://www.io.psy.msu.edu/jkf.

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‘I have been a loyal reader of International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (IRIOP) since the late 1980s. IRIOP provides timely and incisive reviews that I have found just as useful in preparing for my comprehensive exams almost 20 years ago as I find today in keeping up-to-date regarding the most recent developments in the field.’
Herman Aguinis, Ph.D., Dean’s Research Professor and Professor of Organizational Behavior & Human Resources, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, USA

‘In today’s fast-changing world it is more critical than ever to keep abreast with the latest developments. For 25 years now, this book series has been serving the scholarly community in I/O Psychology by publishing up-to-date and critical reviews of the field. It is a first point of reference for me.’
Neal M. Ashkanasy, PhD, Professor of Management, UQ Business School, The University of Queensland, Australia

‘This series provides authoritative, timely and comprehensive state-of-the-science reviews of key topics in I/O psychology and related fields of management and organizational science. As a longstanding series, these annual review volumes have become an indispensible resource for organizational scholars, informed human resource managers, and practicing industrial-organizational psychologists. The list of contributing authors over the years reads like a Who’s Who of managerial psychology, and the reach and scope of this impressive series is truly international. As an essential subscription for any university library and active researchers in the management sciences, I commend the editors wholeheartedly for the ongoing success of this annual review series – it truly does represent international scholarship in our field at its best.’
Neil Anderson, PhD, Professor of HRM and Director of Research, Brunel Business School, Brunel University, UK

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