Sven Kepes
Sven Kepes
Professor of Management, Virginia Commonwealth University
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Publication bias in the organizational sciences
S Kepes, GC Banks, M McDaniel, DL Whetzel
Organizational Research Methods 15 (4), 624-662, 2012
HRM systems and the problem of internal fit
S Kepes, JE Delery
Oxford Handbook of Human Resource Management, The, 385, 2007
Destructive leader traits and the neutralizing influence of an “enriched” job
J Schaubroeck, FO Walumbwa, DC Ganster, S Kepes
The Leadership Quarterly 18 (3), 236-251, 2007
Contingencies in the effects of pay range on organizational effectiveness
S Kepes, J Delery, N Gupta
Personnel Psychology 62 (3), 497-531, 2009
How trustworthy is the scientific literature in industrial and organizational psychology?
S Kepes, MA McDaniel
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6 (3), 252-268, 2013
Meta-analytic reviews in the organizational sciences: Two meta-analytic schools on the way to MARS (the Meta-Analytic Reporting Standards)
S Kepes, MA McDaniel, MT Brannick, GC Banks
Journal of Business and Psychology 28 (2), 123-143, 2013
Avoiding bias in publication bias research: The value of “null” findings
S Kepes, GC Banks, IS Oh
Journal of Business and Psychology 29 (2), 183-203, 2014
Evidence-based management and the trustworthiness of our cumulative scientific knowledge: Implications for teaching, research, and practice
S Kepes, AA Bennett, MA McDaniel
Academy of Management Learning & Education 13 (3), 446-466, 2014
Publication bias: A call for improved meta‐analytic practice in the organizational sciences
GC Banks, S Kepes, MA McDaniel
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 20 (2), 182-196, 2012
Publication bias: The antagonist of meta-analytic reviews and effective policymaking
GC Banks, S Kepes, KP Banks
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 34 (3), 259-277, 2012
Designing effective HRM systems: The issue of HRM strategy
S Kepes, JE Delery
The human resources revolution: Why putting people first matters, 55-76, 2006
Violent video game effects remain a societal concern: Reply to Hilgard, Engelhardt, and Rouder (2017).
S Kepes, BJ Bushman, CA Anderson
American Psychological Association 143 (7), 775, 2017
The influence of internal HRM activity fit on the dynamics within the “black box”
GC Banks, S Kepes
Human Resource Management Review 25 (4), 352-367, 2015
The Uniform Guidelines Are a Detriment to the Field of Personnel Selection
MA Mcdaniel, S Kepes, GC Banks
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 4 (4), 494-514, 2011
The Research‐Practice gap in human resource management: A Cross‐Cultural study
A Tenhiälä, TL Giluk, S Kepes, C Simon, IS Oh, S Kim
Human Resource Management 55 (2), 179-200, 2016
Effects of weapons on aggressive thoughts, angry feelings, hostile appraisals, and aggressive behavior: A meta-analytic review of the weapons effect literature
AJ Benjamin Jr, S Kepes, BJ Bushman
Personality and Social Psychology Review 22 (4), 347-377, 2018
Assessing the validity of sales self-efficacy: A cautionary tale.
N Gupta, DC Ganster, S Kepes
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (4), 690, 2013
The “hot mess” of situational judgment test construct validity and other issues
M Kleinmann, PV Ingold, F Lievens, A Jansen, KG Melchers, CJ König
Psychology 98, 326-341, 2016
The validity of conscientiousness is overestimated in the prediction of job performance
S Kepes, MA McDaniel
PLoS One 10 (10), e0141468, 2015
Social identity and applicant attraction: Exploring the role of multiple levels of self
GC Banks, S Kepes, M Joshi, A Seers
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (3), 326-345, 2016
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