I/O faculty, students receive awards
The Journal of Business and Psychology has selected their best papers of 2015 for the Editor Commendation award. Over 500 papers were considered for the honor; of nine papers selected, three were authored or co-authored by Penn State Psychology faculty, doctoral students, or undergraduate students.
The three Penn State-affiliated recipients of the 2015 Editor Commendation award from the Journal of Business and Psychology are:
Allison S. Gabriel (undergraduate student), Jennifer D. Acosta (doctoral student), and Alicia A. Grandey (Professor of Psychology): The Value of a Smile: Does Emotional Performance Matter More in Familiar or Unfamiliar Exchanges?
Samuel T. Hunter (Assistant Professor of Psychology) and Lily Cushenberry (doctoral student): Is Being a Jerk Necessary for Originality? Examining the Role of Disagreeableness in the Sharing and Utilization of Original Ideas.
Scott Tonidandel (Davidson College) and James M. LeBreton (Professor of Psychology): RWA Web: A Free, Comprehensive, Web-Based, and User-Friendly Tool for Relative Weight Analyses.