Charles Scherbaum
Charles Scherbaum
Professor of Psychology, Baruch College, City University of New York
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Estimating statistical power and required sample sizes for organizational research using multilevel modeling
CA Scherbaum, JM Ferreter
Organizational Research Methods 12 (2), 347-367, 2009
Measuring general self-efficacy: A comparison of three measures using item response theory
CA Scherbaum, Y Cohen-Charash, MJ Kern
Educational and psychological measurement 66 (6), 1047-1063, 2006
Exploring Individual‐Level Factors Related to Employee Energy‐Conservation Behaviors at Work1
CA Scherbaum, PM Popovich, S Finlinson
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 38 (3), 818-835, 2008
The assessment of attitudes toward individuals with disabilities in the workplace
PM Popovich, CA Scherbaum, KL Scherbaum, N Polinko
The Journal of Psychology 137 (2), 163-177, 2003
A longitudinal examination of the effects of LMX, ability, and differentiation on team performance
LJ Naidoo, CA Scherbaum, HW Goldstein, GB Graen
Journal of Business and Psychology 26, 347-357, 2011
History of research methods in industrial and organizational psychology: Measurement, design, analysis
JT Austin, CA Scherbaum, RA Mahlman
Handbook of research methods in industrial and organizational psychology, 3-33, 2002
Intelligence 2.0: Reestablishing a research program on g in I–O psychology
CA Scherbaum, HW Goldstein, KP Yusko, R Ryan, PJ Hanges
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 5 (2), 128-148, 2012
Applications of item response theory to measurement issues in leadership research
CA Scherbaum, S Finlinson, K Barden, K Tamanini
The Leadership Quarterly 17 (4), 366-386, 2006
Analysing quantitative data for business and management students
C Scherbaum, K Shockley
Sage, 2015
Synthetic validity: Past, present, and future
CA Scherbaum
Personnel Psychology 58 (2), 481-515, 2005
Testing a computational model of the goal-level effect: An example of a neglected methodology
JB Vancouver, DJ Putka, CA Scherbaum
Organizational Research Methods 8 (1), 100-127, 2005
Validation is like motor oil: Synthetic is better
JW Johnson, P Steel, CA Scherbaum, CC Hoffman, PR Jeanneret, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3 (3), 305-328, 2010
Do we self-regulate actions or perceptions? A test of two computational models
JB Vancouver, CA Scherbaum
Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory 14, 1-22, 2008
Examining the relationship between organizational change and financial loss
LD Mellert, C Scherbaum, J Oliveira, B Wilke
Journal of Organizational Change Management 28 (1), 59-71, 2015
Identified employee surveys: Potential promise, perils, and professional practice guidelines
LM Saari, CA Scherbaum
Industrial and Organizational psychology 4 (4), 435-448, 2011
Examining the relationship between race-based differential item functioning and item difficulty
CA Scherbaum, HW Goldstein
Educational and Psychological Measurement 68 (4), 537-553, 2008
Manifestations of intelligence: Expanding the measurement space to reconsider specific cognitive abilities
CL Reeve, C Scherbaum, H Goldstein
Human Resource Management Review 25 (1), 28-37, 2015
Predicting Job‐Related Expectancies and Affective Reactions to Employees With Disabilities From Previous Work Experience1
CA Scherbaum, KL Scherbaum, PM Popovich
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (5), 889-904, 2005
Situational judgment testing: A review and some new developments
JK Oostrom, B De Soete, F Lievens
Employee recruitment, selection, and assessment, 172-189, 2015
Mood and the market
Y Cohen-Charash, CA Scherbaum, JD Kammeyer-Mueller, BM Staw
can press reports of investors’ mood predict stock prices, 2013
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