Handbook of Personality at Work

ISBN-10: 1848729421

ISBN-13: 9781848729421

Edition: 2013

Authors: Neil Christiansen, Robert Tett

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List price: $198.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 6/12/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 952
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 3.542
Language: English

Neil D. Christiansen, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at Central Michigan University where he teaches courses in personnel psychology, personality psychology, and structural equation modeling. He received his Ph.D. in Social and Organizational Psychology in 1997 from Northern Illinois University. His research interests focus on advancing our understanding of the relationship between personality and work behavior. His research has concentrated on issues involving the assessment of personality in the work place (including the validity of personality tests, applicant faking of personality inventories, and alternative methods of assessing personality), the interaction of personality and work situations as determinants of work behavior, and the accuracy of personality judgments made in organizations. Dr. Christiansen has published his research in journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Performance, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Educational and Psychological Measurement , and Journal of Applied Social Psychology . Outside of work he invests his time as the father of two sons, by playing and developing board games, and by throwing the occasional round of disc golf.Robert P. Tett, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Director of the I/O Program at the University of Tulsa where he teaches courses in I/O psychology, personnel selection, leadership, and statistics. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 1995 from The University of Western Ontario under the mentorship of Doug Jackson. His research interests lie primarily in personality testing in work settings, and in managerial and leadership competence. More specific areas of interest include conditions affecting personality trait expression and its value in work settings, the use of general versus narrow personality measures, and the nature and measurement of self-reported emotional intelligence and its outcomes. Dr. Tett has published in peer-reviewed outlets including Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Personnel Psychology, Human Performance, Journal of Personality, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , and Personality and Individual Differences . He is a devoted father of three, dabbles at the piano, and plays ice hockey whenever he can find the time.

List of Tables
List of Figures
Series Foreword
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Editors
About the Contributors
The Long and Winding Road: An Introduction to the Handbook of Personality at Work
Foundations and Theoretical Perspectives
Theoretical and Empirical Structures of Personality: Implications, for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction
Advancing Our Understanding of Processes in Personality-Performance Relationships
Socioanalytic Theory
Trait Activation Theory: Applications, Developments, and Implications for Person-Workplace Fit
Individual Differences in Work Motivation: Current Directions and Future Needs
Implicit Personality and Workplace Behaviors
Multilevel Perspectives on Personality in Organizations
Assessment of Personality at Work
History of Personality Testing Within Organizations
A Review and Comparison of 12 Personality Inventories on Key Psychometric Characteristics
Personality and the Need for Personality-Oriented Work Analysis
Personality Testing and the "F-Word": Revisiting Seven Questions About Faking
Applicant Reactions to Personality Tests: Why Do Applicants Hate Them?
Breadth in Personality Assessment: Implications for the Understanding and Prediction of Work Behavior
Cross-Cultural Issues in Personality Assessment
Type Theory Revisited: Implications of Complementary Opposites for the Five-Factor Model of Personality and Organizational Interventions
Trait Interactions and Other Configural Approaches to Personality
Assessing Personality in Selection Interviews
Assessing Personality With Situational Judgment Measures: Interactionist Psychology Operationalized
Personality From the Perspective of the Observer: Implications for Personality Research and Practice at Work
Assessment Centers and the Measurement of Personality
Content Analysis of Personality at Work
Applications of Personality to the Psychology of Work
Legal Issues in Personality Testing
Personality and the Analysis, Design, and Delivery of Training
Incorporating Personality Assessments Into Talent Management Processes
Validity of Personality for Predicting Citizenship Performance
Personality and Counterproductive Work Behavior
What Personality Does and Does Not Predict and Why: Lessons Learned and Future Directions
Personality and Vocational Behavior
Mood, Emotion, and Personality
The Role of Personality in Occupational Stress: A Review and Future Research Agenda
Personality and Job Attitudes
Personality and Work Teams
The Personality of Leaders: From Vertical to Shared Leadership
A Developmental Perspective on the Importance of Personality for Understanding Workplace Behavior
Conclusions
Cultural, Contextual, and Measurement Challenges for the Paradigm of Personality Science
The Past, Present, and Future of Research Into Personality at Work
Personality Psychology in the Workplace: The New Revolution
Author Index
Subject Index
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