Philip Roth
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How important are job attitudes? Meta-analytic comparisons of integrative behavioral outcomes and time sequences
DA Harrison, DA Newman, PL Roth
Academy of Management journal 49 (2), 305-325, 2006
Missing data: A conceptual review for applied psychologists
PL Roth
Personnel psychology 47 (3), 537-560, 1994
Risk propensity differences between entrepreneurs and managers: A meta-analytic review.
WH Stewart Jr, PL Roth
Journal of applied psychology 86 (1), 145, 2001
A meta-analytic review of predictors of job performance for salespeople.
AJ Vinchur, JS Schippmann, FS Switzer III, PL Roth
Journal of applied psychology 83 (4), 586, 1998
Effects of group feedback, goal setting, and incentives on organizational productivity.
RD Pritchard, SD Jones, PL Roth, KK Stuebing, SE Ekeberg
Journal of applied psychology 73 (2), 337, 1988
Identification and meta-analytic assessment of psychological constructs measured in employment interviews.
AI Huffcutt, JM Conway, PL Roth, NJ Stone
Journal of Applied Psychology 86 (5), 897, 2001
A meta‐analysis of achievement motivation differences between entrepreneurs and managers
WH Stewart, PL Roth
Journal of small business management 45 (4), 401-421, 2007
Missing data in multiple item scales: A Monte Carlo analysis of missing data techniques
PL Roth, FS Switzer III, DM Switzer
Organizational research methods 2 (3), 211-232, 1999
Ethnic group differences in cognitive ability in employment and educational settings: A meta‐analysis
PL Roth, CA Bevier, P Bobko, FS SWITZER III, P Tyler
Personnel Psychology 54 (2), 297-330, 2001
Looking toward the future of IT–business strategic alignment through the past
JE Gerow, V Grover, J Thatcher, PL Roth
MIS quarterly 38 (4), 1159-1186, 2014
Meta-analyzing the relationship between grades and job performance.
PL Roth, CA BeVier, FS Switzer III, JS Schippmann
Journal of applied psychology 81 (5), 548, 1996
Derivation and implications of a meta‐analytic matrix incorporating cognitive ability, alternative predictors, and job performance
P Bobko, PL Roth, D Potosky
Personnel psychology 52 (3), 561-589, 1999
Response rates in HRM/OB survey research: Norms and correlates, 1990–1994
PL Roth, A Craig
Journal of management 24 (1), 97-117, 1998
Social media in employee-selection-related decisions: A research agenda for uncharted territory
PL Roth, P Bobko, CH Van Iddekinge, JB Thatcher
Journal of management 42 (1), 269-298, 2016
Are you interested? A meta-analysis of relations between vocational interests and employee performance and turnover.
CH Van Iddekinge, PL Roth, DJ Putka, SE Lanivich
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (6), 1167, 2011
Racial group differences in employment interview evaluations.
AI Huffcutt, PL Roth
Journal of applied Psychology 83 (2), 179, 1998
A meta-analysis of gender group differences for measures of job performance in field studies
PL Roth, KL Purvis, P Bobko
Journal of Management 38 (2), 719-739, 2012
Social media for selection? Validity and adverse impact potential of a Facebook-based assessment
CH Van Iddekinge, SE Lanivich, PL Roth, E Junco
Journal of Management 42 (7), 1811-1835, 2016
A meta-analytic investigation of cognitive ability in employment interview evaluations: Moderating characteristics and implications for incremental validity.
AI Huffcutt, PL Roth, MA McDaniel
Journal of applied psychology 81 (5), 459, 1996
Exploring the theoretical foundations of playfulness in computer interactions
AB Woszczynski, PL Roth, AH Segars
Computers in Human Behavior 18 (4), 369-388, 2002
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