Scott Highhouse
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The relation of instrumental and symbolic attributes to a company's attractiveness as an employer
F Lievens, S Highhouse
Personnel psychology 56 (1), 75-102, 2003
Measuring attraction to organizations
S Highhouse, F Lievens, EF Sinar
Educational and psychological Measurement 63 (6), 986-1001, 2003
Stubborn reliance on intuition and subjectivity in employee selection
S Highhouse
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1 (3), 333-342, 2008
Personality trait inferences about organizations: development of a measure and assessment of construct validity.
JE Slaughter, MJ Zickar, S Highhouse, DC Mohr
Journal of Applied Psychology 89 (1), 85, 2004
Social-identity functions of attraction to organizations
S Highhouse, EE Thornbury, IS Little
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 103 (1), 134-146, 2007
An organizational impression management perspective on the formation of corporate reputations
S Highhouse, ME Brooks, G Gregarus
Journal of Management 35 (6), 1481-1493, 2009
Assessing company employment image: An example in the fast food industry
S Highhouse, MJ Zickar, TJ Thorsteinson, SL Stierwalt, JE Slaughter
Personnel Psychology 52 (1), 151-172, 1999
Designing experiments that generalize
S Highhouse
Organizational Research Methods 12 (3), 554-566, 2009
Do samples really matter that much?
S Highhouse, JZ Gillespie
Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends, 267-286, 2010
Are maximizers really unhappy? The measurement of maximizing tendency
SE Highhouse, DL Diab, MA Gillespie
Judgment and Decision Making Journal 3 (5), 364, 2008
Context-dependent selection: The effects of decoy and phantom job candidates
S Highhouse
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 65 (1), 68-76, 1996
Effects of advertised human resource management practices on attraction of African American applicants
S Highhouse, SL Stierwalt, P Bachiochi, AE Elder, G Fisher
Personnel Psychology 52 (2), 425-442, 1999
Familiarity, ambivalence, and firm reputation: Is corporate fame a double-edged sword?
ME Brooks, S Highhouse, SS Russell, DC Mohr
Journal of Applied Psychology 88 (5), 904, 2003
Perspectives, perceptions, and risk-taking behavior
S Highhouse, P Yüce
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 65 (2), 159-167, 1996
Relation of job search and choice process with subsequent satisfaction
CD Crossley, S Highhouse
Journal of Economic Psychology 26 (2), 255-268, 2005
Assessing the candidate as a whole: A historical and critical analysis of individual psychological assessment for personnel decision making
S Highhouse
Personnel Psychology 55 (2), 363-396, 2002
Examining corporate reputation judgments with generalizability theory.
S Highhouse, A Broadfoot, JE Yugo, SA Devendorf
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (3), 782, 2009
Essentials of personnel assessment and selection
S Highhouse, D Doverspike, RM Guion
Routledge, 2015
Applicant–employee similarity and attraction to an employer
SA Devendorf, S Highhouse
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 81 (4), 607-617, 2008
The importance of traits and abilities in supervisors' hirability decisions as a function of method of assessment
F Lievens, S Highhouse, W De Corte
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 78 (3), 453-470, 2005
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