Recently, in the other Blog…

For those of you who might not know, that is, despite my relentless self-promotion, I have recently begun blogging as a so-called “expert” at Psychology TodayMy blog over there is called The Dark Side of Work.

The PsychToday blog will focus almost exclusively on the dark side of work experience, especially the dark side of personality. I may occasionally cross-post items on both blogs, but expect this one to focus on other aspects of my research in psychology, leadership, and research methods.

But, if you’re interested in the dark side, specifically:

The Pros and Cons of Having a Dark Side

How Do Narcissists Get Ahead?

Healthy Self-Esteem Versus Healthy Narcissism

How Narcissists Fail

Enjoy, if that’s your thing :)

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How to model counts as outcomes

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(Picture of Count von Count taken from from noticingappeals.com)

I just posted a working copy of a paper my co-authors and I received our proofs for today, over at academia.edu: http://bit.ly/1qLRzVY, entitled “Count-based Research in Management: Suggestions for improvement”, by Dane Blevins, Eric Tsang, and me!

Counts of events are frequently used as outcome variables in a wide range of disciplines, including strategic management and OB. For example, the number of patents obtained could be an outcome of interest to researchers in either camp, and things like number of acquisitions, or number of corporate board interlocks could be of interest to a strategic management researcher. Even to a humble industrial psychologist, such as myself, a count of words or lines of code written might be an interesting index of performance/effectiveness.

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