Article on industrial-organizational psychology one of most cited in field

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Portrait Nancy StoneDr. Nancy J. Stone, professor of psychological science, co-authored an article that is ranked seventh among cited articles and book chapters in industrial-organizational psychology textbooks. The article, “Identification and Meta-analytic Assessment of Psychological Constructs Measured in Employment Interviews” was published in the Journal of Applied Psychology in 2001 and ranked relative to 6,654 articles and book chapters.

Stone wrote the article with Dr. Allen I. Huffcutt, professor of psychology at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois; Dr. James M. Conway, professor of psychological science at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, and Dr. Philip L. Roth, professor of management at Clemson University in South Carolina.

For a list of the top 59 most-cited articles and book chapters, see the article, “Most Frequently Cited Sources, Articles, and Authors in Industrial-Organizational Psychology Textbooks: Implications for the Science-Practice Divide, Scholarly Impact, and the Future of the Field” in the December 2017 issue of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

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