Erik Gonzalez-Mulé
Erik Gonzalez-Mulé
Eveleigh Professor of Business, Leadership Indiana University
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The chrysalis effect: How ugly initial results metamorphosize into beautiful articles
EH O’Boyle Jr, GC Banks, E Gonzalez-Mulé
Journal of Management 43 (2), 376-399, 2017
A meta-analysis of the relationship between general mental ability and nontask performance.
E Gonzalez-Mulé, MK Mount, IS Oh
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (6), 1222-1243, 2014
Employee ownership and firm performance: a meta‐analysis
EH O'Boyle, PC Patel, E Gonzalez‐Mulé
Human Resource Management Journal 26 (4), 425-448, 2016
Can we get some cooperation around here? The mediating role of group norms on the relationship between team personality and individual helping behaviors.
E Gonzalez-Mulé, DS DeGeest, BW McCormick, JY Seong, KG Brown
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (5), 988, 2014
Cumulative advantage: Conductors and insulators of heavy‐tailed productivity distributions and productivity stars
H Aguinis, E O'Boyle Jr, E Gonzalez‐Mulé, H Joo
Personnel Psychology 69 (1), 3-66, 2016
Channeled autonomy: The joint effects of autonomy and feedback on team performance through organizational goal clarity
E Gonzalez-Mulé, SH Courtright, D DeGeest, JY Seong, DS Hong
Journal of Management 42 (7), 2018-2033, 2016
Gender differences in personality predictors of counterproductive behavior
E Gonzalez‐Mulé, DS DeGeest, CE Kiersch, MK Mount
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2013
Advancing theory by assessing boundary conditions with metaregression: A critical review and best-practice recommendations
E Gonzalez-Mulé, H Aguinis
Journal of Management 44 (6), 2246-2273, 2018
Worked to Death: The Relationships of Job Demands and Job Control with Mortality
E Gonzalez‐Mulé, B Cockburn
Personnel Psychology 70 (1), 73-112, 2017
The importance of being humble: A meta-analysis and incremental validity analysis of the relationship between honesty-humility and job performance.
Y Lee, C Berry, E Gonzalez-Mulé
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2019
Are smarter people happier? Meta-analyses of the relationships between general mental ability and job and life satisfaction
E Gonzalez-Mulé, KM Carter, MK Mount
Journal of Vocational Behavior 99, 146-164, 2017
Power of the Circumplex: Incremental validity of intersection traits in predicting counterproductive work behaviors
E Gonzalez‐Mulé, D DeGeest, MK Mount
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 21 (3), 322-327, 2013
Team tenure and team performance: A meta‐analysis and process model
E Gonzalez‐Mulé, B Cockburn, B McCormick, P Zhao
Personnel Psychology, 2019
This job is (literally) killing me: A moderated-mediated model linking work characteristics to mortality.
E Gonzalez-Mulé, BS Cockburn
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2020
Meta-analytic five-factor model personality intercorrelations: Eeny, meeny, miney, moe, how, which, why, and where to go.
HSH Park, BM Wiernik, IS Oh, E Gonzalez-Mulé, DS Ones, Y Lee
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2020
Contextual job features and occupational values as moderators of personality trait validities: A test and extension of the theory of purposeful work behavior
E Gonzalez-Mulé
University of Iowa, 2015
Born and raised: intelligence and personality matter in negotiations
AJ Hosmanek, BW McCormick, E Gonzalez-Mulé
J. Confl. Manag 2, 33-48, 2014
The “Goldilocks Zone”:(Too) many confidence intervals in tests of mediation just exclude zero.
M Götz, EH O'Boyle, E Gonzalez-Mulé, GC Banks, SS Bollmann
Psychological Bulletin, 2020
A Meta-analytic Test of Additive and Multiplicative Models of Stress
E Gonzalez-Mule, M Kim
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 18416, 2019
A meta-analytic test of multiplicative and additive models of job demands, resources, and stress.
E Gonzalez-Mulé, MM Kim, JW Ryu
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2020
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