Mike Zickar
Mike Zickar
Sandman Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Bowling Green State University
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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, D Whitney, MJ Zickar
Routledge, 2020
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
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
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
Reconnecting with the spirit of workplace ethnography: A historical review
MJ Zickar, NT Carter
Organizational Research Methods 13 (2), 304-319, 2010
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
Understanding general distrust of corporations
JE Adams, S Highhouse, MJ Zickar
Corporate Reputation Review 13, 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
An IRT examination of the psychometric functioning of negatively worded personality items
KA Sliter, MJ Zickar
Educational and Psychological Measurement 74 (2), 214-226, 2014
Effects of item context specificity on the measurement equivalence of a personality inventory
C Robie, MJ Schmit, AM Ryan, MJ Zickar
Organizational Research Methods 3 (4), 348-365, 2000
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
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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