Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
Robert E. Ployhart focuses on Social psychology, Personnel selection, Human resource management, Multilevel model and Human capital. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic Justice and Diversity. His studies deal with areas such as Management science, Selection, Public relations, Dilemma and Procedural justice as well as Personnel selection.
His Human resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social science, Positive economics, Variables and Organizational theory. He studied Multilevel model and Econometrics that intersect with Longitudinal study, Repeated measures design, General linear model, Latent growth modeling and Contrast. Robert E. Ployhart combines subjects such as Knowledge management, Human resources and Conceptualization with his study of Human capital.
Robert E. Ployhart mainly investigates Social psychology, Human capital, Personnel selection, Knowledge management and Applied psychology. The various areas that Robert E. Ployhart examines in his Social psychology study include Test, Perception and Construct validity. His research in Human capital intersects with topics in Strategic human resource planning, Human resource management, Human resources, Staffing and Marketing.
His Personnel selection research includes themes of Job performance, Management science, Selection and Social perception. His work on Organizational behavior and human resources as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Individual capital, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Applied psychology research incorporates themes from Coaching and Situational judgement test.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Human capital, Social psychology, Industrial organization, Marketing and PsycINFO. His study in Human capital is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Strategic human resource planning, Human resource management, Knowledge management, Resource and Selection. His Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Resource, Resource-based view and Field.
His work in Organizational behavior and Personality are all subfields of Social psychology research. His study looks at the relationship between Organizational behavior and topics such as Organizational citizenship behavior, which overlap with Multilevel model. His work deals with themes such as Emotional labor, Staffing and Sample, which intersect with Marketing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Personnel selection, Social psychology, Human capital, PsycINFO and Econometrics. His Personnel selection research includes themes of Staffing, Applied psychology and Selection. His Selection study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sample, Organizational performance and Industrial organization.
His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Phase and Adaptability. His studies deal with areas such as Strategic human resource planning, Contingency theory, Human resource management, Knowledge management and Value as well as Human capital. His research in the fields of Panel data and Endogeneity overlaps with other disciplines such as Macro, Bridging and Random effects model.
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Longitudinal Research: The Theory, Design, and Analysis of Change:
Robert E. Ployhart;Robert J. Vandenberg.
Emergence of the Human Capital Resource: A Multilevel Model
Robert E. Ployhart;Thomas P. Moliterno.
Growth Modeling Using Random Coefficient Models: Model Building, Testing, and Illustrations:
Paul D. Bliese;Robert E. Ployhart.
Organizational Research Methods (2002)
Transformational leadership: relations to the five-factor model and team performance in typical and maximum contexts.
Beng-Chong Lim;Robert E. Ployhart.
The Microfoundations Movement in Strategy and Organization Theory
Teppo Felin;Nicolai Juul Foss;Robert E. Ployhart.
The Power of Momentum: A New Model of Dynamic Relationships between Job Satisfaction Change and Turnover Intentions
Gilad Chen;Robert E. Ployhart;Helena Cooper Thomas;Neil Anderson.
Staffing in the 21st Century: New Challenges and Strategic Opportunities
Robert E. Ployhart.
Journal of Management (2006)
Applicants’ Perceptions of Selection Procedures and Decisions: A Critical Review and Agenda for the Future
Ann Marie Ryan;Robert E. Ployhart.
Learning by Doing Something Else: Variation, Relatedness, and the Learning Curve
Melissa A. Schilling;Patricia Vidal;Robert E. Ployhart;Alexandre Marangoni.
Determinants, Detection and Amelioration of Adverse Impact in Personnel Selection Procedures: Issues, Evidence and Lessons Learned
Leaetta M. Hough;Frederick L. Oswald;Robert E. Ployhart.
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