Jason L. Huang
Jason L. Huang
Associate Professor, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, Michigan State University
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TitleCited byYear
Transfer of training: A meta-analytic review
BD Blume, JK Ford, TT Baldwin, JL Huang
Journal of Management 36 (4), 1065-1105, 2010
Detecting and Deterring Insufficient Effort Responding to Surveys
JL Huang, PG Curran, J Keeney, EM Poposki, RP DeShon
Journal of Business and Psychology 27, 99-114, 2012
Insufficient effort responding: Examining an insidious confound in survey data.
JL Huang, M Liu, NA Bowling
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (3), 828, 2015
Effectiveness of Job Search Interventions: A Meta-Analytic Review.
S Liu, JL Huang, M Wang
Psychological Bulletin, 2014
Personality and adaptive performance at work: A meta-analytic investigation.
JL Huang, AM Ryan, KL Zabel, A Palmer
Journal of Applied Psychology 99, 162-179, 2014
Detecting insufficient effort responding with an infrequency scale: Evaluating validity and participant reactions
JL Huang, NA Bowling, M Liu, Y Li
Journal of Business and Psychology 30 (2), 299-311, 2015
Individual adaptive performance in organizations: A review
DK Jundt, MK Shoss, JL Huang
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (S1), S53-S71, 2015
Beyond personality traits: A study of personality states and situational contingencies in customer service jobs
JL Huang, AM Ryan
Personnel Psychology 64, 451-488, 2011
Influencing Learning States to Enhance Trainee Motivation and Improve Training Transfer
DA Weissbein, JL Huang, JK Ford, AM Schmidt
Journal of Business and Psychology 26, 423-435, 2011
Who cares and who is careless? Insufficient effort responding as a reflection of respondent personality.
NA Bowling, JL Huang, CB Bragg, S Khazon, M Liu, CE Blackmore
Journal of personality and social psychology 111 (2), 218, 2016
Driving locus of control and driving behaviors: Inducing change through driver training
JL Huang, JK Ford
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 15, 358-368, 2012
Seven nested questions about faking on personality tests: An overview and interactionist model of item-level response distortion
RP Tett, MG Anderson, C Ho, TS Yang, L Huang, A Hanvongse
A closer examination of applicant faking behavior, 43-83, 2006
Rising to the Challenge: Deep Acting is More Beneficial When Tasks are Appraised as Challenging.
JL Huang, DS Chiaburu, X Zhang, N Li, AA Grandey
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2015
The other side of the coin: Vocational interests, interest differentiation and annual income at the occupation level of analysis
JL Huang, M Pearce
Journal of Vocational Behavior 83 (3), 315-326, 2013
Ignored no more: Within‐Person variability enables better understanding of training transfer
JL Huang, JK Ford, AM Ryan
Personnel Psychology 70 (3), 557-596, 2017
A Tale of Two Transfers: Disentangling Maximum and Typical Transfer and Their Respective Predictors
JL Huang, BD Blume, JK Ford, TT Baldwin
Journal of Business and Psychology 30 (4), 709-732, 2015
Culture and Vocational Interests: The Moderating Role of Collectivism and Gender Egalitarianism.
CJ Ott-Holland, JL Huang, AM Ryan, F Elizondo, PL Wadlington
Journal of Counseling Psychology 60, 569-581, 2013
Protestant work ethic, Confucian values, and work-related attitudes in Singapore
FTL Leong, JL Huang, S Mak
Journal of Career Assessment 22 (2), 304-316, 2014
Insufficient effort survey responding: An under‐appreciated problem in work and organisational health psychology research
AK McGonagle, JL Huang, BM Walsh
Applied Psychology 65 (2), 287-321, 2016
Rate and Predictors of Blood Pressure Control in a Federal Qualified Health Center in Michigan: A Huge Concern?
AB Olomu, V Gourineni, JL Huang, N Pandya, N Efeovbokhan, ...
The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 15, 254-263, 2013
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