His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Personality, Variance, Organizational commitment and Career development. James C. McElroy combines subjects such as Promotion and Turnover with his study of Social psychology. His work on Personality factors is typically connected to End-user computing, Internet use and Cognitive style as part of general Personality study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Variance research incorporates themes from Big Five personality traits and Clinical psychology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Organizational commitment, Organizational culture is strongly linked to Affective events theory. His work in Career development addresses issues such as Job performance, which are connected to fields such as Applied psychology.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Attribution, Organizational commitment, Public relations and Affect. His research on Social psychology often connects related areas such as Applied psychology. His Fundamental attribution error study in the realm of Attribution connects with subjects such as Constructive.
His Organizational commitment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organizational performance, Knowledge management, Employee attitude and Affective events theory. His Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Loyalty and Performance attribution. His study explores the link between Personality and topics such as Variance that cross with problems in Big Five personality traits.
Social psychology, Career development, Organizational commitment, Affect and Public relations are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Vocational education and Organizational culture. His study ties his expertise on Promotion together with the subject of Career development.
His study in Organizational commitment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Knowledge management and Organizational learning. James C. McElroy has researched Affect in several fields, including Organizational performance and Extraversion and introversion. James C. McElroy studied Affective events theory and Social exchange theory that intersect with Employee voice and Continuance.
James C. McElroy focuses on Social psychology, Career development, Social exchange theory, Organizational commitment and Affective events theory. His studies deal with areas such as Organizational change and Organizational culture as well as Social psychology. His Organizational change study is concerned with the field of Public relations as a whole.
His Social exchange theory study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Continuance. His work on Big Five personality traits as part of general Personality study is frequently connected to Regret, Use of technology and Cyberpsychology, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Remuneration overlaps with fields such as Promotion, Survey data collection, Job performance, Turnover and Facet in his research.
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The influence of personality on Facebook usage, wall postings, and regret
Kelly Moore;James C. McElroy.
Computers in Human Behavior (2012)
Dispositional factors in internet use: personality versus cognitive style
James C. McElroy;Anthony R. Hendrickson;Anthony M. Townsend;Samuel M. DeMarie.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2007)
Work Commitment and Job Satisfaction over Three Career Stages.
Paula C Morrow;James C McElroy.
The relationship between career growth and organizational commitment
Qingxiong Weng;James C. McElroy;Paula C. Morrow;Rongzhi Liu.
Organizational career growth, affective occupational commitment and turnover intentions
Qingxiong Weng;James C. McElroy.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (2012)
Turnover and organizational performance: a comparative analysis of the effects of voluntary, involuntary, and reduction-in-force turnover.
James C. McElroy;Paula C. Morrow;Scott N. Rude.
On assessing measures of work commitment
Paula C. Morrow;James C. McElroy.
Managing workplace commitment by putting people first
James C. McElroy.
Human Resource Management Review (2001)
The Effects of Physical Attractiveness and Other Demographic Characteristics on Promotion Decisions
Paula C. Morrow;James C. McElroy;Bernard G. Stamper;Mark A. Wilson.
Attitudinal and Behavioral Correlates of Computer Anxiety
Paula C. Morrow;Eric R. Prell;James C. McElroy.
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