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​Editorial Service

I am the founding and current Editor of Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. In addition, I am a member of the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied PsychologyOrganizational Psychology Review, and Personnel Psychology. Finally, I am former Editor and Associate Editor of Personnel Psychology. For a complete list of my editorial service, see below.

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Annual Review of OP and OB

In 2011, Annual Reviews President and Editor-in-Chief Sam Gubins and I conceptualized and developed the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, a series devoted to publishing reviews of the Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology and Human Resource Management (HRM) and Organizational Behavior (OB) literatures. Following the approval of the Annual Review Board of Directors, I was appointed Editor and assembled an Editorial Committee that was tasked with implementing the series. We held our first Editorial Committee meeting in New York in 2012 and published our first volume in 2014. As I noted in the introduction to the inaugural volume, the purpose of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior is to:



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Our domain spans the range of topics in the I/O, HRM, and OB domains. This includes:

Industrial Psychology/Human Resource Management
  • Selection and Placement
  • Training and Development
  • Job Performance and Performance Management
  • Compensation and Reward Systems
  • Job and Work Analysis
  • Recruitment
  • Turnover and Retention
  • Succession Planning
  • Strategic HR
  • Cross-Cultural Issues and International Human Resource Management
  • Personality and Personality Assessment

Work Environment
  • Changes in Work and Workers
  • Health and Safety
  • Work Design
  • Stress, Strain, and Well-being
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Careers and Job Search
  • Diversity
  • Organizational Climate and Culture
  • Legal Issues
Organizational Psychology/Organizational Behavior
  • Motivation
  • Teams and Group Processes
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Development and Change
  • Affect and Emotions
  • Work Attitudes
  • Conflict and Negotiation
  • Customer Service
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Person-environment Fit
  • Organizational Justice
  • Impression Management
  • Power and Politics
  • Deviance and Aggression
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Citizenship and Extra-role Behaviors
Research Methods
  • Statistical techniques
  • Research Design
  • Psychometrics


In addition, each volume includes a "perspectives" article written by internationally distinguished scholars in the field. In these articles, authors cover a range of topics, including their own careers, issues that have arisen in their own specialties, and the future of the field. The volume 1 perspectives article was written by Lyman Porter and Benjamin Schneider (see video interview), the volume 2 perspectives article was written by Edgar Schein (see video interview), the volume 3 perspectives article was written by Barry Staw (see video interview), and the volume 4 perspectives article was written by Karl Weick. Their reflections are engaging, insightful, and interesting - a link to our field's past and look to its future.

​My Interview with Porter and Schneider

 
My 2014 interview with Lyman Porter and Benjamin Schneider, where they discuss their perspectives article and the challenges facing the field.

The Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior helps capture what is known in an area, enable scholars to keep up with developments in related domains, and identify current trends and key areas in need of future investigation, all of which are important to the continued growth and advancement of our science. Periodic reviews covering the gamut of the research literature play an essential role in connecting individual scientists with the broader scientific literature and preserving the intellectual history of our field as it continues to grow. Such reviews are needed as we seek to connect the dots among disparate domains and draw from advances made in other areas.


AROPOB Gives Back to the Scientific Community:

To help assist in the continued growth and advancement of our science as well as recognizing significant scholarly accomplishments, the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior has sponsored both the Academy of Management's Human Resource Division's Doctoral Consortium as well as the Organizational Behavior Division's Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Personnel Psychology

I served as Editor of Personnel Psychology from 2010 to 2013. Prior to that role I served as Associate Editor from 2007 to 2010. As one of the top journals in the fields of human resource management and organizational behavior, Personnel Psychology publishes psychological research centered around people at work. See my incoming and outgoing editorals below for more information about the history and mission of the journal.


Incoming Editorial:
Personnel are People!

​Outgoing Editorial:
1,278 Days, but Who's Counting?

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Current and Past Editorial Service

I have held a number of editorial roles over the course of my career. Listed below is a summary of my editorial and editorial board roles.

Editorial Experience
  • Editor, Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behaivor (2011-present)
  • Editor, Personnel Psychology (2010-2013)
  • Associate Editor, Personnel Psychology (2007-2010)
  • Guest Editor, American Psychologist (2000)
  • Guest Editorial Committee Member, Annual Review of Psychology (2007)
Editorial Board Membership
  • Academy of Management Review (2011-present)
  • Organizational Psychology Review (2009-present)
  • Annual Review of Psychology (2008-2011)
  • Academy of Management Learning and Education (2008-2010)
  • Journal of Applied Psychology (2006-2009; 2014-present)
  • Journal of Management (2003-2007)
  • Personnel Psychology (1999-2007; 2014-present)