Maria Hamdani

Maria Hamdani
University of Akron · Department of Management

PhD Management

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Using prior theory and research, we argue that a team member with a low learning goal or a high avoid orientation is detrimental for the expertise-performance relationship in team tasks. Results from a study of 82 teams showed that, after controlling for goal orientation team composition, expertise improved team performance only when teams did not...
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The aim of this 5-week Positive Emotions Project (PEP) is to teach students simple emotional well-being techniques in an online course. I adapted a clinical intervention that Moskowitz et al. developed for chronically ill patients. The adapted training proved to be effective for academic purposes. In this instructional innovation article, I provide...
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This study examines the impact of vocal attractiveness on team performance. One goal of the study is to examine the differential impact of team composition variables when the criterion is an objective measure versus a subjectively rated measure of performance. A second goal is to examine vocal attractiveness as a team composition variable and its i...
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There are more neurodiverse people in the workforce than ever before.1 Improved diagnosis, better interventions, and greater education and workforce accommodations have meant new opportunities for people with neurodiverse conditions such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and dyslexia. Research suggests that many neurodiverse peop...
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Multidimensional fit (MDF) has been coined as "elusive" and relevant to an individ-ual's social identity and self-concept, unfolding over time as individuals assess their fit relative to Person-Organization, Person-Vocation, Person-Job, and Person-Team Fit. In this chapter, the literature as it relates to the refugee employment journey, MDF, and HR...
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This article develops a conceptual model that supports and aligns supply chain strategies with organizational culture and leadership styles. We examine various supply chain theories and organizational behavior concepts to develop an integrated supply chain: the human factor model. Based on the underlying dimensions of environmental uncertainty and...
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This presenter symposium will focus on autism in the inclusive organization, an important and timely issue facing an increasing number of young adults and the organizations seeking to provide them with positive work experiences. While research suggests that work outcomes for young adults with ASD are poor as compared with those of the general popul...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate how individual interviewers’ dispositional cognitive motivations may influence interview interactions and outcomes. More specifically, this study explores the influence of the need for cognition, need for cognitive closure, and accountability on the relationship between first impressions and sele...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to focus on the suitability of the multitrait-multimethod (MTMM) matrix approach for examining construct validity in human resource management (HRM) research. The authors also provide a number of suggestions on how to use MTMM more effectively in HRM research. Design/methodology/approach The authors start by pr...
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This paper empirically analyzes the interviewer-interviewee interaction during semi-structured employment interviews. It searches to identify the manner in which selection decisions are influenced by interviewers' first impressions and factors that account for the relationships between first impressions and selection decisions. Data collected from...
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The construct validity of employment interviews is the greatest challenge faced by employment interview researchers. In this paper, we discuss the theoretical and methodological issues which have an influence upon the construct validity of employment interviews. We pay special attention to issues that emerge at the conceptual development and design...
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Past research suggests that task conflict may improve team performance under certain conditions; however, we know little about these specific conditions. On the basis of prior theory and research on conflict in teams, we argue that a climate of psychological safety is one specific context under which task conflict will improve team performance. Usi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this chapter is to establish some of the reasons why there exists a chasm between micro and macro disciplines of organizational sciences. We aim to suggest some fecund areas for bridging the gap between the micro and macro side of our science. Methodology/Approach – In this chapter, we have polled our colleagues to ascertai...
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While diversity has enjoyed significant popularity in the corporate world for the last two decades, researchers continue to put forward conflicting results regarding the business benefits of workplace diversity. Some say workplace diversity is good for businesses; others argue it is an undertaking full of challenges; and yet others assert that it d...
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The article presents an analysis of the relationship between leadership and career development, in the context of leader-member exchange theory. It focuses on dyadic relationships between leaders and followers, using concepts from constructive developmental theory. An overview of related research is provided, along with a set of observations and hy...

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