2008 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Howard J. Klein mostly deals with Social psychology, Goal orientation, Developmental psychology, Goal commitment and Process. His work on Organizational behavior as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Information sharing, thus linking different fields of science. His Goal orientation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Goal setting, Perception and Mediation.
His work deals with themes such as Confirmatory factor analysis, Scale, Construct and Task, which intersect with Goal setting. He has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Social relation, Social loafing, Group cohesiveness, Social perception and Social compensation. His Goal commitment research incorporates themes from Personal commitment and Process management.
Howard J. Klein focuses on Social psychology, Construct, Goal setting, Organizational commitment and Goal orientation. His work deals with themes such as Developmental psychology and Task, which intersect with Social psychology. His Aptitude study in the realm of Developmental psychology connects with subjects such as Conscientiousness.
His Construct research includes themes of Consistency, Human resource management, Knowledge management and Set. He has included themes like Empirical research and Personality in his Goal setting study. The Organizational commitment study combines topics in areas such as Job satisfaction, Organizational behavior and Socialization.
His primary areas of study are Human resource management, Social psychology, Applied psychology, Knowledge management and Public relations. His work in Social psychology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Sensemaking. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Applied psychology and Measure in his work.
His Knowledge management study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Construct. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Marketing and Job attitude.
His primary areas of investigation include Engineering ethics, Research needs, Sample, Reverse causality and Productivity. His Engineering ethics research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Temporary work, Key, Organizational commitment, Field and Identification. His research in Sample intersects with topics in Intrinsic motivation, Social psychology and Affect.
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Organizational socialization: Its content and consequences.
Georgia T. Chao;Anne M. O'Leary-Kelly;Samantha Wolf;Howard J. Klein.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1994)
Goal commitment and the goal-setting process: Problems, prospects, and proposals for future research.
John R. Hollenbeck;Howard J. Klein.
Goal commitment and the goal-setting process: Conceptual clarification and empirical synthesis.
Howard J. Klein;Michael J. Wesson;John R. Hollenbeck;Bradley J. Alge.
An empirical examination of the antecedents of commitment to difficult goals.
John R. Hollenbeck;Charles R. Williams;Howard J. Klein.
An Integrated Control Theory Model of Work Motivation
Howard J. Klein.
Academy of Management Review (1989)
MOTIVATION TO LEARN AND COURSE OUTCOMES: THE IMPACT OF DELIVERY MODE, LEARNING GOAL ORIENTATION, AND PERCEIVED BARRIERS AND ENABLERS
Howard J. Klein;Raymond A. Noe;Chongwei Wang.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ORGANIZATIONAL‐LEVEL ORIENTATION TRAINING PROGRAM IN THE SOCIALIZATION OF NEW HIRES
Howard J. Klein;Natasha A. Weaver.
Personnel Psychology (2000)
Reconceptualizing Workplace Commitment to Redress a Stretched Construct: Revisiting Assumptions and Removing Confounds
Howard J. Klein;Janice C. Molloy;Chad T. Brinsfield.
Academy of Management Review (2012)
The assessment of goal commitment: A measurement model meta-analysis.
Howard J. Klein;Michael J. Wesson;John R. Hollenbeck;Patrick M. Wright.
Learning in the Twenty-First-Century Workplace
Raymond A. Noe;Alena D.M. Clarke;Howard J. Klein.
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