Jason G. Randall
Jason G. Randall
Department of Psychology, University at Albany, SUNY
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Mind-wandering, cognition, and performance: a theory-driven meta-analysis of attention regulation.
JG Randall, FL Oswald, ME Beier
Psychological bulletin 140 (6), 1411, 2014
The effect of method characteristics on retest score gains and criterion-related validity
AJ Villado, JG Randall, CU Zimmer
Journal of Business and Psychology 31 (2), 233-248, 2016
Take two: Sources and deterrents of score change in employment retesting
JG Randall, AJ Villado
Human Resource Management Review 27 (3), 536-553, 2017
Multiple routes to mind wandering: Predicting mind wandering with resource theories
JG Randall, ME Beier, AJ Villado
Consciousness and Cognition 67, 26-43, 2019
Weight discrimination in helping behavior
JG Randall, CU Zimmer, KR O’Brien, RCE Trump-Steele, AJ Villado, ...
European Review of Applied Psychology 67 (3), 125-137, 2017
Big Five traits: Predictors of retesting propensity and score improvement
LG Barron, JG Randall, JD Trent, JF Johnson, AJ Villado
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 25 (2), 138-148, 2017
Is Retest Bias Biased?
JG Randall, AJ Villado, CU Zimmer
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2016
A review of design considerations in e-learning.
RD Johnson, JG Randall
IAP Information Age Publishing, 2018
Mind Wandering and Self-directed Learning: Testing the Efficacy of Self-Regulation Interventions to Reduce Mind Wandering and Enhance Online Training
JG Randall
Rice University, 2015
Improving contact tracing in minority communities by combating misinformation and distrust
JG Randall, D Dalal, A Dowden
Cognitive ability and training: Practical implications from the science of learning
ME Beier, AJ Villado, JG Randall
Cambridge handbook of workplace training and employee development, 123-147, 2017
Enhancing workplace learning through mindfulness
MD Hanson, JG Randall, GC Danna, HQ Le
The Routledge Companion to Mindfulness at Work, 295-315, 2020
Promoting virtual, informal learning now to thrive in a post‐pandemic world
S Zajac, J Randall, C Holladay
Business and Society Review 127, 283-298, 2022
Formal and informal learning as deterrents of turnover intentions: Evidence from frontline workers during a crisis
JG Randall, RR Brooks, MJ Heck
International Journal of Training and Development, 2021
Integrating technology into models of response behavior
DK Dalal, JG Randall
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 10 (4), 680-687, 2017
Is Retest Bias Biased? An Examination of Race, Sex, and Ability Differences in Retest Performance on the Wonderlic Personnel Test
JG Randall
Rice University, 2012
Predictors and consequences of typical and “addictive” LMS use
JR Simon, JG Randall
Education and Information Technologies, 1-29, 2022
Is there bias in alternatives to standardized tests? An investigation into letters of recommendation
DK Dalal, JG Randall, HK Cheung, BC Gorman, SG Roch, KJ Williams
International Journal of Testing 22 (1), 21-42, 2022
Staying Focused when Nobody is Watching: Self‐Regulatory Strategies to Reduce Mind Wandering during Self‐Directed Learning
JG Randall, MD Hanson, AS Nassrelgrgawi
Applied Psychology, 2022
Attention on the fritz? The influence of information and communication technology on attentional resources
R Brooks, G Danna, H Le, G Matyasovszky, D Nandigama, JG Randall
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 14 (3), 397-400, 2021
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