Amirali Minbashian
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Task-contingent conscientiousness as a unit of personality at work.
A Minbashian, RE Wood, N Beckmann
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (5), 793, 2010
Approaches to studying and academic performance in short-essay exams
A Minbashian, GF Huon, KD Bird
Higher Education 47 (2), 161-176, 2004
Emotional intelligence predicts academic performance: A meta-analysis.
C MacCann, Y Jiang, LER Brown, KS Double, M Bucich, A Minbashian
Psychological Bulletin 146 (2), 150, 2020
Task appraisals, emotions, and performance goal orientation.
CD Fisher, A Minbashian, N Beckmann, RE Wood
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (2), 364, 2013
It depends how you look at it: On the relationship between neuroticism and conscientiousness at the within-and the between-person levels of analysis
N Beckmann, RE Wood, A Minbashian
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (5), 593-601, 2010
A meta-analytic examination of the effects of the agentic and affiliative aspects of extraversion on leadership outcomes
MH Do, A Minbashian
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (5), 1040-1053, 2014
Herscovitch and Meyer’s three-component model of commitment to change: Meta-analytic findings
D Bouckenooghe, G M. Schwarz, A Minbashian
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (4), 578-595, 2015
Openness to experience as a predictor of job performance trajectories
A Minbashian, J Earl, JEH Bright
Applied Psychology 62 (1), 1-12, 2013
Influence of environmental and ground conditions on injury risk in rugby league
T Gabbett, A Minbashian, C Finch
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 10 (4), 211-218, 2007
Complexity in the relationships among the subdimensions of extraversion and job performance in managerial occupations
A Minbashian, JEH Bright, KD Bird
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 82 (3), 537-549, 2009
Short-term and long-term within-person variability in performance: An integrative model.
A Minbashian, D Luppino
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (5), 898, 2014
A comparison of artificial neural networks and multiple regression in the context of research on personality and work performance
A Minbashian, JEH Bright, KD Bird
Organizational Research Methods 13 (3), 540-561, 2010
Small group learning: Do group members' implicit theories of ability make a difference?
N Beckmann, RE Wood, A Minbashian, C Tabernero
Learning and individual differences 22 (5), 624-631, 2012
Cognitive beliefs and positive emotions about change: Relationships with employee change readiness and change-supportive behaviors
AE Rafferty, A Minbashian
Human Relations 72 (10), 1623-1650, 2019
In the heat of the moment: On the effect of state neuroticism on task performance
N Beckmann, JF Beckmann, A Minbashian, DP Birney
Personality and Individual Differences 54 (3), 447-452, 2013
How situational cues and mindset dynamics shape personality effects on career outcomes
PA Heslin, LA Keating, A Minbashian
Journal of Management 45 (5), 2101-2131, 2019
Career decision status as a predictor of resignation behavior five years later
JK Earl, A Minbashian, A Sukijjakhamin, JEH Bright
Journal of Vocational Behavior 78 (2), 248-252, 2011
Situation contingent units of personality at work
RE Wood, N Beckmann, DP Birney, JF Beckmann, A Minbashian, R Chau
Personality and Individual Differences 136, 113-121, 2019
Emotional intelligence and individual differences in affective processes underlying task‐contingent conscientiousness
A Minbashian, N Beckmann, RE Wood
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (9), 1182-1196, 2018
The perils of dating your boss: The role of hierarchical workplace romance and sex on evaluators’ career advancement decisions for lower status romance participants
S Chan-Serafin, L Teo, A Minbashian, D Cheng, L Wang
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 34 (3), 309-333, 2017
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