2014-2015 Consortium Webcast Program

Click here to register your university for the 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program

Overview

Becoming a Member

Schedule

Accessing Live Sessions

Accessing  the Video Library

Webcast Readings and PowerPoint Slides

WSU Faculty and Students

Video Library Content

Video Library Content ordered by topic

2014-2015 & 2013-2014 Members and Viewing Rooms

Sample Lectures

Overview

Membership Benefits

  • The CARMA Consortium Webcast Program is an annual program established to provide university faculty, graduate students, and other researchers with advanced training in research methods and data analysis.
  • The price of membership is $975.00. Please note that membership in this program is at the university level, and different academic units at your university can share the cost of membership.
  • Access to the CARMA Video Library begins at the time of registration and ends on September 1st, 2015. Membership will be renewed annually.
  • Membership includes three access points to ten live webcast lectures and free unlimited individual access to 103 recordings of past lectures in the CARMA video library.
  • The membership fee is refundable at any time during the year if a participating university is not satisfied with the program (prorated fee applies).
  • CARMA users from 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program member organizations will receive a 50% discount for 2014 and 2015 CARMA Short Courses.
  • CARMA users from 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program member organizations will gain access to the group CARMA Members @ LinkedIn, which is used as a discussion board and to network with other members with shared interests.

Webcast Lectures

  • For a university that is a member of the 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program, all faculty and students are eligible to view, as a group, a series of ten live webcast lectures presented by nationally recognized methodologists. These lectures are targeted for an introductory and advanced doctoral student level and will typically include an introduction to the topic as well as a consideration of current technical issues. Emphasis is placed on the application of the research method technique. Prior to each lecture, background readings references and powerpoint slides for the presentation will be available on the CARMA website. Click here to see the 2014-2015 webcast lecture schedule.

Multiple Live Viewing Locations

  • Each participating university will be allowed up to three access points for each live webcast, once membership arrangements are finalized. There is no limit as to how many faculty and/or students may view the webcast from each of the three potential viewing rooms. Faculty and students from different academic units on campus (e.g. business and psychology) are free to attend the webcast presentation in any of the three potential viewing rooms. Click here to find viewing rooms at your organization.

Group Viewing with Q&A

  • It is expected that the webcasts will typically be viewed by a group of faculty and students from a classroom or computer lab with an internet connection and a projection device for a large screen. The webcast will be streamed using MediaSite (viewers need to have Microsoft Silverlight installed). During the webcast, viewers are encouraged to submit questions by email to carma@wayne.edu. Presenters will respond to these questions as part of the webcast at the end of their formal lecture (all questions are read without mentioning the sender's name).

Recordings in the Video Library

  • Recorded versions of the 2014-2015 lectures will be posted in the CARMA Video Library within a few days after each lecture is given. The video library currently contains 103 recorded lectures. Click here for the current video library content.
  • Faculty and students from Consortium universities will have individual access to these recorded lectures at any time from any machine, as long as they are registered CARMA Website Users and they use an email address provided by the organization. For example, if a person is a Wayne State University student, he/she must first register as a CARMA Website User using their WSU email address (which always ends with wayne.edu).

CARMA Short Course Discount

  • Registered CARMA website users from 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program member organizations will receive a 50% discount for 2014 and 2015 CARMA Short Courses. Click here for more details.

CARMA Members @ LinkedIn

  • The members-only CARMA LinkedIn group will be used to facilitate discussion between CARMA members and to network with other members with shared interests. You will be invited, by email, to join the group after your organization becomes a member of the CARMA Consortium Webcast Program.

Becoming a 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program Member (up)

  • The process through which a university becomes a 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program member begins with an administrator, faculty, or staff person being identified as a Primary Contact. This person must become a CARMA Website User. Only registered CARMA Website Users can access the Webcast Program registration process. Click here to become a CARMA Website User.
  • The registration process allows the appointment of up to three different contacts. The Primary Contact will complete the registration process and initiate access to live viewing for their unit. The Primary Contact also communicates with other units to identify up to two secondary contacts. Each contact will be able to initiate an access point for viewing the live webcast and arrange viewing rooms. These three contacts can be from different academic units at your university, but this is not necessary.
  • The User Area can be used by program contacts to update membership information: update mail servers, make a payment, update contacts, and update viewing rooms.
  • The registration form indicates which method of payment will be used, including options for credit card, purchase order, or invoice. We accept only one payment in full from an organization, and while we do encourage cost-sharing between units, we expect that these arrangements will be made locally.
  • Click here to register for the 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program.

2014-2015 Webcast Lecture Schedule, Topics and Presenters (up)

Date & Times

Presenter, Affiliated University, Link(s), Tentative Lecture Title

 

September 26, 2014

12:00 PM
EDT

Paul Bliese, University of South Carolina
Faculty Webpage

"10 Semi-Random Meta-Cognitive Methods Ideas Celebrating 10 Years of CARMA"

Michael Zickar

1:30 PM
EDT

James LeBreton, Pennsylvania State University
Organizational Research Methods, Editor
Faculty Webpage

"Practical Recommendations for Measuring Implicit Constructs Via Conditional Reasoning"

October 31, 2014

12:00 PM
EDT

Ron Landis, Illinois Institute of Technology
Nambury S. Raju Professor and Chair of Psychology
Journal of Business and Psychology, Associate Editor
Faculty Webpage | Personal Website

"Organization Studies: Is Ours a Hard Science?"

November 21, 2014

*Note Different Time*
12:30 PM EST

Stephen G. West, Arizona State University
Multivariate Behavioral Research, Associate Editor
Faculty Webpage

"Causal Inference in Quasi-Experimental Studies"


Scott Tonidandel

*Note Different Time*
2:00 PM EST

Jason A. Colquitt, University of Georgia
Faculty Webpage

"Lab vs. Field OB: Do Findings Converge?"

January 30, 2015

12:00 PM
EST

Jean M. Bartunek, Boston College
Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Associate Editor
Academy of Management Learning and Education, Associate Editor
Faculty Webpage

"Research Methods Issues in Academic-Practitioner Collaborative Research"

Jean Bartunek

February 27, 2015

12:00 PM
EST

Jeffrey M. Stanton, Syracuse University
Faculty Webpage

"Data Mining in Behavioral Research"

Jeff Stanton

1:30 PM
EST

John Hollenbeck, Michigan State University
Faculty Webpage

"The Use of Remote Sensors for Measuring Group Processes and Emergent States"


April 10, 2015

12:00 PM
EDT

Trevis Certo, Arizona State University
Faculty Webpage

"Endogeneity in Strategy Research"

Jose Cortina

1:30 PM
EDT

Andrew Hayes, The Ohio State University
Faculty Webpage | Personal Website

"A Simple Test of Moderated Mediation"


Accessing  Live Webcast Program Sessions (up)

  • On the day of each live webcast, contacts from your university are asked to log on to the CARMA website from their chosen access points 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. Click here to learn how to connect to live webcast sessions.

Accessing  the CARMA Video Library (up)

  • In addition to having access to the live webcast sessions, organizations participating in the 2014-2015 Consortium Webcast Program also have access to recorded versions of the ten lectures mentioned above and to 103 webcast lectures originally presented at CARMA since the 2004-2005 academic year.
  • Videos may be accessed by individual faculty and students as long as they are registered CARMA Website Users and they use an email address provided by their organization. For example, if a person is a Wayne State University student, he/she must register using his/her WSU email address (which always ends in wayne.edu). Click here to learn how to access the video library.

Webcast Readings and PowerPoint Slides (up)

  • For each webcast event, bibliographic references to background readings and files with powerpoint slides will be available prior to the event. They may be accessed by individual faculty and graduate students who are registered CARMA Website Users from 2014-2015 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program member organization. To access the readings, a person must first login as a user on the CARMA Website User Area. On the CARMA Website User Area, there is a link that reads "Webcast Readings." By clicking on it, the person will be directed to the readings page. Click here to access the Webcast Readings and PowerPoint slides.

WSU Faulty and Students (up)

  • WSU faculty and graduate students are also invited to view CARMA webcasts free of charge. Please, click here for WSU webcast viewing locations.

Video Library Sample Lectures (five one hour lectures)Atention (up)

CARMA Video Library Content (up)

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1) Estimating Interaction Effects Using Multiple Regression Dr. Herman Aguinis Fall 2004
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2) Moderation in Structural Equation Modeling: Specification, Estimation, and Interpretation Using Quadratic Structural Equations Dr. Jeffrey R. Edwards Fall 2004
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3) The Effect of Criterion Reliability on Means and Interactions in Meta-Analysis Dr. Lawrence R. James Fall 2004
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4) Measures of Agreement for Group Level Research Dr. James M. LeBreton Spring 2005
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5) Hierarchical Linear Modeling Dr. David A. Hofmann Spring 2005
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6) Multilevel Structural Equation Methods Dr. Robert J. Vandenberg Spring 2005
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7) Current Issues in Measurement - Individual Level Dr. Claudia Cogliser Fall 2005
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8) The Conceptualization, Measurement, and Validation of Multilevel Constructs Dr. Gilad Chen Fall 2005
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9) Current Issues in Individual, Group, and Organizational Level Measurement : Strategic Management Dr. Brian Boyd Fall 2005
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10) Meta-Analysis and Strategy Research Dr. Dan R. Dalton Spring 2006
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11) Methods for Integrating Moderation and Mediation: An Analytical Framework Using Moderated Path Analysis Dr. Jeffrey R. Edwards Spring 2006
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12) The World Is Flat, the Earth is the Center of the Universe, and Mediating Effects Can Be Tested Using Data from Nonexperimental Research Dr. Eugene F. Stone-Romero Spring 2006
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13) Testing for mediating variables in Management Research: Concerns, Implications and Alternative Strategies Dr. J. Myles Shaver Spring 2006
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14) Issues in Social Network Analysis Dr. Dan Brass Spring 2006
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15) Contributing to Applied Psychology with Laboratory Research Dr. John Hollenbeck Spring 2006
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16) Power Analysis for Traditional and Modern Hypothesis Tests Dr. Kevin Murphy Spring 2006
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17) Regression Models for Limited Range Dependent Variables Dr. David Harrison Fall 2006
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18) Robust Regression Dr. William Starbuck Fall 2006
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19) Issues with Internet Data Collection Dr. Jeff Stanton Fall 2006
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20) Non-responses to Organizational Surveys Dr. Steven Rogelberg Fall 2006
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21) Methodological issues in Cross-Cultural Research Dr. Michele Gelfand Fall 2006
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22) Issues with Group Measurement Dr. Katherine Klein Spring 2007
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23) Item Response Theory Dr. Neal Schmitt Spring 2007
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24) Longitudinal Data Analysis Dr. Robert Ployhart Spring 2007
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25) Latent Growth Models for Longitudinal Data Dr. Robert Vandenberg Spring 2007
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26) Repeated Measures ANOVA and MANOVA Dr. Jorge Mendoza Spring 2007
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27) Goodness of Fit and Structural Equation Models Dr. Jose Cortina Fall 2007
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28) Relative Importance of Predictors with Regression Models Dr. James LeBreton Fall 2007
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29) Nonlinear Dynamic Models Dr. Paul Hanges Fall 2007
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30) Advanced Panel Methods for Strategy Research Dr. Peter Hom Fall 2007
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31) Conditional Reasoning and Personality Measurement Dr. Lawrence R. James Spring 2008
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32) Measurement Invariance and Applied Research Dr. Roger Millsap Spring 2008
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33) Restriction of Range Dr. Paul Sackett Spring 2008
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34) Discontinuous Growth Models Dr. Paul Bliese Spring 2008
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35) Strategy and Research Methods Development Dr. Don Bergh Spring 2008
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36) Publishing Criteria for Qualitative Research Dr. Michael Pratt Spring 2008
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37) Measurement Models for Linking Latent Variables and Indicators: A Review of Alternatives for Organizational Researchers Dr. Larry Williams Fall 2008
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38) Review of Research Methods in Organizational Studies Dr. Herman Aguinis Fall 2008
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39) Measurement Issues in Stress Research Dr. Daniel Ganster Fall 2008
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40) Measurement of Affect and Episodic Events Dr. Howard Weiss Fall 2008
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41) Question and Context Effects in Organizational Survey Data Dr. Adam Meade Fall 2008
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42) Joint Analysis of Multiple Categorical Dependent Variables Dr. Peter Westfall Fall 2008
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43) The Practice of Member Review in Qualitative Research: What Happens When They Read What We Write? Dr. Karen Locke Spring 2009
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44) Using Spatial Analysis in Strategy Research Dr. Jonathan Doh Spring 2009
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45) Dynamic Approaches to Studying Group Processes Dr. Laurie Weingart Spring 2009
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46) Using the Censored Regression Model (Tobit) in Management Research Dr. Harry P. Bowen Spring 2009
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47) Estimating Confidence Intervals for Correlations Corrected for Unreliability and Range Restriction Dr. Michael Burke Spring 2009
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48) Computer-Aided Text Analysis: Tips and Techniques Dr. Jeremy Short Fall 2009
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49) Mediation Analysis Dr. David MacKinnon Fall 2009
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50) The Meaning of Latent Variables in Social and Behavioral Science Research Dr. Ken Bollen Fall 2009
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51) Detecting and Diagnosing Model Misspecification Dr. Deborah Bandalos Fall 2009
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52) The Use and Misuse of Ratios Measures Dr. Robert Wiseman Spring 2010
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53) Simple Models for Analyzing Network Change Dr. Stephen Borgatti Spring 2010
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54) Mean Structure Models with Latent Variables Dr. Greg Hancock Spring 2010
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55) Multi-Level issues and WABA Dr. Fran Yammarino Spring 2010
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56) Missing Data: Problems and Prospects Dr. Daniel A. Newman Spring 2010
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57) Marker Variables and Method Variance: Models and Processes Dr. Larry Williams Spring 2010
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58) New Approaches for Evaluating Latent Variable Relations Dr. Larry Williams Fall 2010
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59) Dyadic Data Analysis Dr. David Kenny Fall 2010
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60) Judgment Policy Analysis Dr. Richard Priem Fall 2010
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61) Ethnostatistics Dr. Robert Gephart Fall 2010
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62) Multivariate Dynamics Dr. Richard DeShon Fall 2010
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63) Formative vs Reflective Measurement in Structural Equation Modeling Dr. Peter Bentler Spring 2011
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64) Quasi-Experimental Research Dr. Adam Grant Spring 2011
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65) Cross Cultural Research Methods Dr. Mark Peterson Spring 2011
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66) Lies My Statistics/Methods Teacher Taught Me Dr. Charles Reichardt Spring 2011
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67) Assessing the Validity of Higher-Order Multidimensional Constructs Dr. Russell Johnson Spring 2011
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68) Tools for Testing Contingency Models Dr. Brian Boyd Spring 2011
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69) Debunking Myths and Urban Legends About Meta-Analysis Dr. Herman Aguinis Fall 2011
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70) Practical Issues in Developing a Measure Dr. Fred Oswald Fall 2011
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71) Control Variables and Multi-collinearity: Things We Thought We Knew Dr. Kevin Carlson Fall 2011
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72) 3-D Visualization of Data and Models Dr. Richard Gonzalez Fall 2011
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73) Modeling Longitudinal Data Using Structural Equation Methods Dr. Rick Hoyle Fall 2011
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74) Theoretical Specification and Methodological Rigor: Matching Theory and Methods Dr. Michael Hitt Spring 2012
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75) Photographs and Organizational Research: Photo Elicitation as a Data Source Dr. Anne Smith Spring 2012
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76) More Tales of the Field: Ethnography Then and Now Dr. John Van Maanen Spring 2012
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77) Conditional Reasoning and the Measurement of Power Dr. Lawrence R. James Spring 2012
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78) Meta analysis and Structural Equation Modeling Dr. Ron Landis Spring 2012
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79) Emergent phenomena: Theory and Methodologies Dr. Steve Kozlowski Fall 2012
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80) Rediscovering the Individual in Strategy Research Dr. Steven Floyd Fall 2012
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81) Doing Teams Research: Where, When, How, and Why? Dr. John Mathieu Fall 2012
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82) Crafting Qualitative Organizational Research Dr. Ann Cunliffe Fall 2012
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83) Publication Bias and Other Sensitivity Analyses in Meta-Analysis Dr. Mike McDaniel Fall 2012
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84) Moderated Mediation Dr. Jose Cortina Spring 2013
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85) Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends Dr. Robert Vandenberg Spring 2013
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86) Growth Mixture Modeling Dr. Mo Wang Spring 2013
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87) Implementing Multilevel Analyses of Daily Diary Data Dr. Patrick Shrout Spring 2013
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88) Tips and Traps for Publishing Qualitative Research: An Editor's Perspective Dr. Tima Bansal Spring 2013
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89) Qualitative Rigor in Inductive Organizational Research Kevin G. Corley Fall 2013
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90) Multi-Level Organizational Research: Where We’ve Been, and Where are We Heading Dr. Gilad Chen Fall 2013
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91) Modeling Polytomous Data Michael J. Zickar Fall 2013
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92) Developments and resources for Relative Importance Analysis Scott Tonidandel Fall 2013
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93) On the Use of Spline Regression in the Study of Congruence in Organizational Research Jeffrey R. Edwards Spring 2014
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94) Total Recall: Should meta-analyses have expiration dates? Hannah R. Rothstein Spring 2014
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95) Process Research Ann Langley Spring 2014
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96) Alternative Approaches to Modeling MTMM Data in Organizational Research David J. Woehr Spring 2014
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97) Emerging Questions in Longitudinal Research Robert E. Ployhart Spring 2014
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98) The Gilded Age of Management Science: The Causes and Consequences of an Unrepresentative Literature Ernest O’Boyle Spring 2014
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99) 10 Semi-Random Meta-Cognitive Methods Ideas Celebrating 10 Years of CARMA Dr. Paul Bliese Fall 2014
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100) Practical Recommendations for Measuring Implicit Constructs Via Conditional Reasoning Dr. James LeBreton Fall 2014
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101) Organization Studies: Is Ours a Hard Science? Dr. Ron Landis Fall 2014
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102) Lab vs. Field OB: Do Findings Converge? Dr. Jason A. Colquitt Fall 2014
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103) Strengthening Causal Inference in “Broken” Randomized Experiments and Quasi-Experimental Studies Dr. Stephen G. West Fall 2014
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