Mike Zickar
Mike Zickar
Sandman Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Chair of Psychology, Bowling Green
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Linking the Big Five personality constructs to organizational commitment
J Erdheim, M Wang, MJ Zickar
Personality and individual differences 41 (5), 959-970, 2006
Measurement theory in action: Case studies and exercises
KS Shultz, DJ Whitney, MJ Zickar
Routledge, 2020
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
Some common myths about centering predictor variables in moderated multiple regression and polynomial regression
DK Dalal, MJ Zickar
Organizational Research Methods 15 (3), 339-362, 2012
A cluster analysis investigation of workaholism as a syndrome.
S Aziz, MJ Zickar
Journal of occupational health psychology 11 (1), 52, 2006
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
Modeling faking good on personality items: An item-level analysis.
MJ Zickar, C Robie
Journal of Applied Psychology 84 (4), 551, 1999
Detecting faking on a personality instrument using appropriateness measurement
MJ Zickar, F Drasgow
Applied psychological measurement 20 (1), 71-87, 1996
Uncovering faking samples in applicant, incumbent, and experimental data sets: An application of mixed-model item response theory
MJ Zickar, RE Gibby, C Robie
Organizational Research Methods 7 (2), 168-190, 2004
A history of the early days of personality testing in American industry: An obsession with adjustment.
RE Gibby, MJ Zickar
History of psychology 11 (3), 164, 2008
Reconnecting with the spirit of workplace ethnography: A historical review
MJ Zickar, NT Carter
Organizational Research Methods 13 (2), 304-319, 2010
Understanding general distrust of corporations
JE Adams, S Highhouse, MJ Zickar
Corporate Reputation Review 13 (1), 38-51, 2010
Would you work if you won the lottery? Tracking changes in the American work ethic.
S Highhouse, MJ Zickar, M Yankelevich
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (2), 349, 2010
Measurement equivalence between applicant and incumbent groups: An IRT analysis of personality scales
C Robie, MJ Zickar, MJ Schmit
Human Performance 14 (2), 187-207, 2001
A new look at the role of insiders in the newcomer socialization process
JE Slaughter, MJ Zickar
Group & Organization Management 31 (2), 264-290, 2006
The partial revival of a dead horse? Comparing classical test theory and item response theory
CE Lance, CE Lance, RJ Vandenberg
Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends, 57-80, 2010
Measuring prestige of journals in industrial-organizational psychology
MJ Zickar, S Highhouse
The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist 38 (4), 29-36, 2001
Examining creative performance over time using hierarchical linear modeling: An illustration using film directors
MJ Zickar, JE Slaughter
Human Performance 12 (3-4), 211-230, 1999
Detecting response styles and faking in personality and organizational assessments by mixed Rasch models
M Eid, MJ Zickar
Multivariate and mixture distribution Rasch models, 255-270, 2007
Job attitudes of workers with two jobs
MJ Zickar, RE Gibby, T Jenny
Journal of Vocational Behavior 64 (1), 222-235, 2004
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