Applied Psychology:

An International Review

Volume 50, 2001

and

The International Association of Applied Psychology

 

Publisher’s Report

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

Ø      Institutional circulation increased by 229

Ø      10,634 online accesses in 2001 – and rising

Ø      More than 300 dedicated registrants to the journal contents via SELECT by the end of 2001.

 

CIRCULATION, MARKETING AND MEMBERSHIP

 

Our sales and marketing activities in 2001 focused on retaining existing IAAP members and gaining new ones, as well as building journal readership in subscribing institutions and through consortium ‘top – up’ schemes.  The results are below.

 

PAID CIRCULATION

 

Subscriber Type

Vol. 49

Vol. 50

Institutions

 

 

   Europe – UK

20

19

   Europe – Continent

98

94

   North America

124

123

   Japan

21

19

   Australia and New Zealand

16

16

   Rest of World

44

47

Total

323

318

Institutions -Electronic only
(see table below for breakdown)

0

234*

Total Institutional Circulation

323

552

IAAP Members

 

 

   Ordinary Members

773

766

   Student Members

126

105

   Subsidised Members

296

239

   Action 100 Members (free)

119

21

Total Members

1314

1131

Non-member personal subscribers

7

5

GRAND TOTAL

1644

1688

 

* Excludes Korea – see notes below.

 

Key to membership categories:

Ø      Ordinary Members (Standard Dues)

Ø      Student Members (Students)

Ø       Subsidised Members (Reduced Dues)

 

 

Electronic-only Circulation

Electronic-only circulation comprises members of the following library consortia.  (Because some of these libraries already have a print subscription, the figure in the right-hand column represents the actual additional circulation.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Consortia by Region

2001

2001

2001

No. of libraries in consortium

No. of

paid subs

Additional Libraries with e-access

United Kingdom

 

 

 

National Electronic Site Licence Initiative (NESLI). All UK Higher Education Institutions can opt in.

11

1

10

Europe

 

 

 

Danish Electronic Research Library Network (DEF). Includes 3 major universities, the Royal Library and smaller academic libraries.

15

1

14

Austrian Open Consortium (AOC). All the main universities. 

5

2

3

Israel Inter-University Library Network (MALMAD) - 6 major universities and 5 smaller colleges.  

11

4

7

Developing World

 

 

 

Korean Electronic Site Licensing Initiative (KESLI).  See notes on changes in purchasing e-journals.

14

0

14

International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP). 12 academic libraries from 6 African countries.

12

0

12

Russia Open Consortium (ROC). Funded by the Russian Federation for Basic Research. 73 of the 300 institutions have opted in.

73

0

73

PROBE Consortium: 6 Brazilian universities.

6

0

6

North America

 

 

 

Ohio Library and Information Network (OhioLINK). 18 universities, 38 independents and 17 2 Year Colleges

73

6

67

North Eastern Research Libraries Network (NERL). Ivy league universities.

7

2

5

California Digital Library (CDL). All 9 institutions in the University of California system.

9

1

8

Electronic Serials Information Group (ESIG). Group of Kansas and Alabama-based universities.

5

0

5

Committee on Institutional Co-operation (CIC).  Includes Illinois, Michigan and Iowa universities.

6

2

4

The Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL). Canada.

3

0

3

Australasia

 

 

 

Council of Australian University Libraries (CAUL).

4

1

3

Total

254

20

234

 

 


COMMENTS ON JOURNAL CIRCULATION

Despite continued pressure on library funding, full rate subscriptions in academic libraries remained very stable in most markets.  In general, cancellations have been restricted to smaller institutions who are most likely to have been marginal users.  We attribute the strong renewals (98%) to the value we offer to libraries in offering combined print and electronic subscriptions, and to the ‘no print cancellations’ clause in our consortia agreements.

 

Electronic sales to consortia have increased the total institutional circulation from 323 to 552.

 

 

IAAP Membership Figures - Analysis

Membership figures at the end of 2001 show that, excluding Action 100 members, there were 85 fewer paying members year on year (1110 compared with 1195).   The comparative regional breakdown is as follows:

 

                                    2000                2001                Difference       % Difference

UK                               131                   122                   9                      -7%

Europe                          410                   371                   39                     -10%

North America              351                   320                   31                     -9%

Japan                            53                     50                     3                      -6%

Rest of World               250                   247                   3                      -1%

 

Total                            1195                1110                85       

 

It is worth noting that a number of free memberships, given as an incentive at the International Congress of Psychology in Stockholm in 2000, partly inflated the 2000 membership figures.

 

There were, however, 170 new members for 2001 and 260 lapsed members (members in 2000 not renewed for 2001).  There were also 22 cancellations, 12 due to membership invoices being undeliverable, 8 with no reason given and 2 due to death/ill health.

 

In 2001 there were 53 paid members (excluding Action 100 members) who lived in the developing world and who were therefore billed at the Subsidised Dues rate.

 

The 2001 Action 100 figure is now substantially lower than 2000 due to the change in policy by IAAP.

 

Renewal/Reminder Procedures

The 2001 membership invoices were despatched in October 2000 and advertised the new dues structure.  Reminder notices were then sent to those non-renewing members in January, March and May of 2001.  Of the list of 380 remaining unrenewed members in June, we contacted 223 by email with a final reminder.

 

In 2000 we had 119 Action 100 members who were invited to renew at a discounted rate or be cancelled.  25 members renewed on this basis, becoming paid members for 2001. 

 

Prospects

We mailed 151 of the original “prospects” in March 2001 with a copy of the new membership brochure and a special letter.

 

Prospects include:

Ø      Requesters of sample copies of Applied Psychology: An International Review

Ø      People who have asked to receive a pro-forma invoice

Ø      Individuals who were members in previous years

 

New Members

We continue to send out a special new members pack which includes a letter from Charles Spielberger, a special 20% discount offer off selected journals and books, and a library recommendation form with free book incentive.

 

CONSORTIUM SALES
As a result of our merger with Blackwell Science we now have a sales team of eight library representatives.  This gives us a substantially increased presence and negotiating power in all library markets.  Very significantly, it has greatly increased opportunities to extend the reach of Applied Psychology in developing world markets where typically fund holders limit negotiations to a few major publishers. 

 

We have increased our negotiations with library purchasing consortia in all other markets.   In general, these consortia include many smaller universities, community colleges and public libraries with little or no funding to purchase any journals in print. Our pricing strategy for this sector requires the retention of all print subscriptions before additional e access can be purchased for the smaller sites.  Overall our goal is to provide opportunities for ‘outreach’ beyond the traditional ‘core’ libraries and sectors.

 

Licensing negotiations for 2001 have included:

 

North America

 

Europe

 

All major universities in North America and Europe have been repeatedly targeted, by direct mail to gain full priced subscriptions, prior to their involvement in consortium deals.

 

Developing world

There have been a number of major funding initiatives in developing world markets during the last year. 

 

 

ELECTRONIC USAGE

The electronic version of the journal is available to all members of institutions that subscribe to the print version, and to all consortia members.   Access is via service providers such as Ingenta, OCLC, Swetsnet, Information Quest, and Ebsco Online.   It is also available to IAAP members and editorial board members via Ingenta.  From 2002, it will be available via our enhanced online delivery service Blackwell Synergy.

 

Usage of Blackwell Publishers’ electronic journals more than tripled during 2001, with nearly 2 million online accesses to abstracts and complete articles, compared with 600,000 in 2000.  The journal was accessed 10,634 times in 2001, compared with 1,063 in 2000.  This is a tremendous performance, increasing ten fold.  The average total for Blackwell psychology journals in 2001 was 10,058. 

 

With 10,634 accesses Applied Psychology is in the top 50 of all 268 Blackwell Publishing Social Sciences and Humanities journals.  It was in the top 5 most accessed psychology journals, exceeded only by the APS journals Current Directions in Psychological Science and Psychological Science, and by Journal of Personality and Child Development.  It was the most highly accessed Blackwell psychology journal during 2001 by libraries participating in the Soros Foundation’s Project for Eastern Europe, clearly demonstrating increased international readership.  It was also the second most highly accessed psychology journal by the OhioLink libraries, exceeded only by Child Development.

 

This readership data will help us to build our marketing message in the future.

 

A report showing the articles accessed most frequently via Ingenta in 2001, and the most frequent users, is attached.

 

The following chart shows the growth in online usage for Blackwell Publishers’ titles since 1997.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



MARKETING ACTIVITIES

 

Priorities for marketing were to gain new IAAP members and to build journal readership in subscribing institutions and through consortium ‘top – up’ schemes.  Activities included:

 

Conferences 

Major displays and pack inserts at conferences including the following, reached approximately 30,000 psychology researchers worldwide:

 

·         British Psychological Society (BPS) Annual Conference, 28 -31 March, Glasgow, UK

·         SIOP, 27-29 April, San Diego, USA

·         EAWOP, 16-19 May, Prague, Czech Republic

·         10th World Congress on Sports Psychology, 28 May – 2 June, Skiathos, Greece (IAAP)

·         American Psychological Society Annual Conference, 14-17 June, Toronto, Canada    

·         7th European Congress of Psychology, 1-6 July, London, UK (IAAP)

·         Asian Association of Social Psychology and Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, 10-13 July, Melbourne, Australia 

·         International Society of Political Psychology, 15-18 July, Mexico

·         American Psychological Association Annual Conference, 24-28 August, San Francisco, USA

·         Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, 21-25 September, Adelaide, Australia

·         7th European Conference on Organizational Psychology and Health Care, 11-13 October, Stockholm, Sweden

·         South Asia Regional Conference on Applied Psychology, 12 December, Mumbai, India (IAAP)

 

We had a very high profile as major sponsors of the BPS Annual Conference and European Congress of Psychology. 

 

EAWOP was a particularly successful conference for IAAP with 8 memberships sold.

 

The European Congress of Psychology attracted a disappointingly low number of delegates although it was a useful venue to meet with Jose Maria Prieto.  Conference delegates have now been mailed with the 2002 membership brochure.

 

Direct mail

A new combined journal/membership leaflet was produced at the start of the year and mailed to the following lists:

 

Ø      BPS Chartered Psychologists                                                                

Ø      APS Members: Industrial/Organisational Psychology                  

Ø      IAAP Executive Committee Members and Journal Associate Editors and Consultants      

Ø      Subscribers to Applied Psychology (APA)       

Ø      APS: Ind/Org Psychology

 

Additionally this leaflet was circulated widely at international conferences as listed above, including an insertion in all delegates’ wallets at the European Congress of Psychology, and to the following courtesy of Executive Committee members:

 

Ø      Interamerican Congress of Psychology (Susan Pick)

Ø      Enclosure in pre-conference publicity for the 2002 IAAP Congress in Singapore (Elizabeth Nair)

 

The journal and IAAP membership information were also featured in a leaflet for Political Psychology, produced by our US office and mailed widely to psychology and sociology lists. 

 

Internet Marketing

Regular bulletin board and listserv announcements were made throughout the year, providing links back to the Journal website and SELECT.  Lists targeted included: EAWOP-L, IOOB-L and the AoM OB division, as well as other lists related to specific areas such as political psychology and health psychology.  Additionally, special announcements were made to organizational psychology contacts from the Blackwell in-house database.  

 

Ø      The journal web page was redesigned (as part of the Blackwell site redesign) earlier this year.  We now offer an online sample copy and an online sample article and an updated and improved membership page.   The online sample copy was one of the most highly downloaded of all Blackwell journals during 2001.

 

Ø      Applied Psychology is included in SELECT – our free contents alerting service. By the end of 2001 there were in excess of 300 individuals registered to receive contents listings. 

 

 

 

Membership Offer

All IAAP members were mailed with the 2001 Psychology catalogue and offered a 20% discount on all featured books and the majority of journals.

 

Advertising

Applied Psychology was consistently featured in programme advertisements for all major psychology conferences during 2001.  Additionally, the journal was included in a special “Psychology Journals from Blackwell” advertisement placed in the Times Higher Educational Supplement in May. 

 

Applied Psychology is regularly advertised in other relevant Blackwell journals and a special membership advertisement was created in 2001 for inclusion in The Psychologist (BPS). 

 

Catalogues

Applied Psychology was included in the 2001 Psychology and Business & Management catalogues with a circulation of over 30,000 copies worldwide, extensively used at conferences and mailed to key groups including the American Psychological Society.

 

 

2001 MARKETING RESULTS IN SUMMARY

 

Membership

- 1131 paid members (including Action 100)

- 170 new members

- Lapsed members reduced to 260 by year end

 

Journal

- Institutional circulation increased from 323 to 552

- Overall circulation increased from 1,644 to 1,688

- 98% renewal rate for institutions taking print subscriptions

- 10,634 accesses to online articles

- In the top 5 most highly accessed Blackwell psychology journals across all usage data

 

 

A summary of proposed marketing activity for 2002 will be sent separately.

 

 

Wendy Fox

February 2002  

 

PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

 

 

ISSUE/

PRINT

NUMBER OF PAGES

Supplement

RUN

Prelims

Text

Adverts

Total no of

 

 

 

 

 

printed pages

1

2,319

2

199

3

204

2

2,323

2

135

3

140

3

2,375

2

141

1

144

4

2,370

2

162

0

164

TOTAL

 

8

637

7

652

 

 

Volume 50 consisted of four issues totalling 637 editorial pages - 117 pages in excess of the volume budget. After deducting the allowed additional 16 free pages per issue plus 20 pages which have been invoiced back to the guest editor of issue 1, the over-run total is reduced to 33 pages. The costs associated with the production and despatch of 33 excess pages total £1,096. Please see the Finance section below for details of these costs.

 

Correction costs exceeded the permitted threshold of 10% of typesetting and artwork costs by just £7, which is a great improvement on last year. The recharge for this cost will be waived.

 

All issues were delivered either by their scheduled date or within the month of publication. Special issues during the volume were: Issue 1: Person–Organisation Fit, guest edited by Annelies E.M. van Vianen; and Issue 4: Leadership and Culture in the Middle East, guest edited by Ali Dastmalchian and Hayat Kabasakal. Issues 2 and 3 included Lead articles with Commentaries and a Response.

 

Copies of the IAAP Newsletter were published and despatched in conjunction with issues 1, 2 and 3 of the journal.

 

 

FINANCE

 

Enclosed is our financial statement for the 2001 volume, detailing both sales of the journal and membership income. The balance due to the International Association of Applied Psychology is £39,588, and our cheque for this amount is being sent under separate cover to Sherri Hoffman.

 

We have received with thanks a cheque from Miriam Erez to the value of $1,000 (£694) in consideration of the 33 page overrun. This has been set against the £1,096 cost of the overrun, and the remaining £402 has been set against sums due to the Association.

 

From 2001, reallocation of the consortia income to each journal is in proportion to the value of the European institutional subscription rate for Applied Psychology, over the value of the list as a whole. (As we build more usage data this policy may be reviewed.)

 

 

SUBSIDIARY RIGHTS

 

Please find enclosed a report detailing  subsidiary rights activity during 2001.

 

 


WHO'S WHO AT BLACKWELL

 

The following people are your current Blackwell publishing team:

 

Editorial Management: Vicki Whittaker (Gareth Prior during Vicki’s maternity leave)

Marketing: Wendy Fox

Production: Liz Howdill

 

We have all enjoyed working on Applied Psychology: An International Review over the past year and look forward to its continuing success in 2002.

 

Gareth Prior

March 2002


 



 

 


SUBSIDIARY RIGHTS

 

Rights income breaks down into the following categories:

 

A report showing rights activities for your journal during 2000 is attached overleaf.  Where available we have given details of articles requested via document delivery services or photocopied for classroom use (NB these details are now received on disk and are not re-keyed, so some of the article titles may be truncated).

 

Key to abbreviations used:

·         AAS/TRS – Annual Authorisation Service/Transactional Reporting Service (mainly non-academic users)

 

UMI is now known as Bell & Howell.  Information Access Co (IAC) is now under the Gale Group.

 

Copyright tribunal

As reported last year, the referral by the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals (Now known as Universities UK) of the PLS to a copyright tribunal meant that the PLS held photocopying revenue collected by the CLA from Higher Education Institutes as monies under dispute. Last year we anticipated that this would have a significant impact on overall rights income, and on average we have seen photocopying income fall.

 

The Copyright Tribunal delivered an ‘Interim Decision’ (i.e. final unless revised on appeal) in December 2001, and we now expect that the income held over will be distributed during 2002. The decision proposes to increase the licence cost from £3.25 to £4 pounds per Full-Time Student, but will now include copying for course packs. The licence will be backdated to 1st August 2001, and will run for five years. Our policy of offering free photocopying for teaching purposes to subscribing institutions should mean that the impact to the CLA’s CLARCS service (which deals with course pack copying) should not affect the photocopying revenue trends we predicted when our free-copying policy was implemented.

 

Lindsay Doyle                                                  Matthew Derbyshire

Permissions Controller                                                Journals Editorial

lindsay.doyle@blacksci.co.uk                         mderbyshire@blackwellpublishers.co.uk

 

February 2002


Applied Psychology

 

 

 

 

 

Rights and Permissions Report 2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key to categories:  B = back issue sales agents; CD = CD-ROM royalties; D = diskette; DD = document delivery royalties;

 

 

M = microform royalties; O = online access royalties; R = permission fees for items reprinted in anthologies

 

 

(net of author shares); X = photocopying; XE = electrocopying; PPV = pay per view.  See cover sheet for further explanation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAT

AUTHOR(S)

ARTICLE TITLE

REFERENCE

EDITOR

DESCRIPTION

RECEIVED FROM

B

 

 

 

 

Back issue royalties

Dawson

B

 

 

 

 

Back issue royalties

Dawson

B

 

 

 

 

Back issue royalties

Dawson

B

 

 

 

 

Back issue royalties

Dawson

B

 

 

 

 

Back issue royalties

Dawson

X

 

 

 

 

British Library photocopying royalties Oct-Dec '00

PLS

X

 

 

 

 

Business photocopying royalties Oct-Dec '00

PLS

X

 

 

 

 

CCC royalties Oct-Dec 2000

CCC

X

 

 

 

 

Royalties for photocopying Oct-Dec '00

CCC

X

 

 

 

 

Photocopying royalties, Jan-March 2001

CCC

X

 

 

 

 

Photocopying royalties, Jan-March 2001

CCC

X

 

 

 

 

Photocopying royalties Apr-Jun '01

CCC

X

 

 

 

 

Business royalties Jul-Sep '00

CLA

X

 

 

 

 

Business royalties Jul-Sep '00

CLA

X

 

 

 

 

Business royalties Jul-Sep '00

CLA

X

 

 

 

 

Business royalties Jul-Sep '00

CLA

X

 

 

 

 

Global photocopying royalties

CLA

X

 

 

 

 

Overseas photocopying royalties

CLA

X

 

 

 

 

Photocopying royalties March '01

PLS

X

 

 

 

 

Photocopying royalties '99- '00 from overseas RROs (R180)

PLS

X

 

 

 

 

British Library photocopying royalties Oct-Dec '00

PLS

X

 

 

 

 

Business photocopying royalties Oct-Dec '00

PLS

X

 

 

 

 

Photocopying royalties March '01

PLS

O

 

 

 

 

Royalties Jan-Mar '01

EBSCO Publishing

DD

Spector, P; Cooper, C et al

"An international study of the psychometric properties of the Hofstede Valu

 

 

 

 

DD

 

Justice for all? Progress in research on cultural variation in the psycholo

 

 

 

 

 

DD

ACKERMAN, PL

INTEGRATING LABORATORY AND FIELD STUDY FOR IMPROVING SELECTION: DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

DD

 

 

 

 

Royalties Jan-Dec '00

ISI Thomson Scientific

O

 

 

 

 

Royalties July-Sept 2000

EBSCO Publishing

O

 

 

 

 

Royalties Sep - Dec '00

EBSCO

PPV

 

 

 

 

Royalty ending September 30 2006

EBSCO

PPV

 

 

 

 

Royalty ending Sept 30, 2001

EBSCO

PPV

 

 

 

 

Pay per view royalties Apr-Jun '01

Infotrieve

R

Mack et al

The stress of organisational change (1 fig from)

 

 

Managing Change Successfully

Thomson Learning

 


 

APPS Applied Psychology

 

 

 

ARTICLES MOST FREQUENTLY ACCESSED VIA INGENTA IN 2001

 

 

 

Article

Accesses

Groups, Teams, and Creativity: The Creative Potential of Idea-generating Groups, Paulus P.

263

The Influence of Culture, Community, and the Nested-Self in the Stress Process: Advancing Conservation of Resources Theory, Hobfoll S.E.

146

Culture and Individual Judgment and Decision Making, Weber E.; Hsee C.

138

Person-Organisation Fit: The Match Between Theory and Methodology: Introduction to the Special Issue, van Vianen A.

134

The Reciprocal Transfer of Learning from Journals to Practice, Latham G.

133

Employee Empowerment: An Integrative Psychological Approach, Menon S.

132

A Cultural Perspective on Negotiation: Progress, Pitfalls, and Prospects, Gelfand M.; Dyer N.

128

Part-time Nurses: The Effect of Work Status Congruency on Job Attitudes, Mantler Keil J.; Armstrong-Stassen M.; Cameron S.; Horsburgh M.

123

Person-Organisation Fit Across Cultures: An Empirical Investigation of Individualism and Collectivism, Parkes L.; Bochner S.; Schneider S.

108

Commentaries, No details supplied

103

Work Motivation: Theory, Research and Practice Introduction to the Special Issue, Wood R.

96

Effects of a Psychologically Based Management System on Work Motivation and Productivity, Kleinbeck U.; Fuhrmann H.

92

Impact of Culture on Human Resource Management Practices: A 10-Country Comparison, Aycan Z.; Kanungo R.; Mendonca M.; Yu K.; Deller J.; Stahl G.; Kurshid A.

92

Introduction to the Special Issue on Leadership and Culture in the Middle East, Kabasakal H.; Dastmalchian A.

89

Vocational Preference and P-O Fit: Reflections on Holland's Theory of Vocational Choice, Furnham A.

89

Work Motivation and Performance: A Social Identity Perspective, van Knippenberg D.

89

Values Espoused by Australian and US Organisations, Kabanoff B.; Daly J.

88

The Interdependence of the Science and Practice of Industrial-Organisational Psychology: A Rejoinder, Latham G.P.

81

An International Study of the Psychometric Properties of the Hofstede Values Survey Module 1994: A Comparison of Individual and Country/Province Level Results, Spector P.E.; Cooper C.L.; Sparks K.

80

Stress and Gender in Unemployed Female and Male Managers, Fielden S.L.; Davidson M.J.

80

Social Identity, Self-categorization, and Work Motivation: Rethinking the Contribution of the Group to Positive and Sustainable Organisational Outcomes, Haslam S.A.; Powell C.; Turner J.

78

Motivation and Performance Following Failure: The Effortful Pursuit of Self-defining Goals, Brunstein J.

72

Motivation, Cognition, and Action: An Analysis of Studies of Task Goals and Knowledge, Locke E.

68

Participation in Group Goal Setting: Some Novel Findings and a Comprehensive Model as a New Ending to an Old Story, Wegge J.

67

Procrastination: Self-regulation in Initiating Aversive Goals, Van Eerde W.

67

It Could Be Us!': Cognitive and Social Psychological Factors in UK National Lottery Play', Rogers P.; Webley P.

65

From Passive to Proactive Motivation: The Importance of Flexible Role Orientations and Role Breadth Self-efficacy, Parker S.

63

Cross-cultural Industrial and Organisational Psychology; Introduction to the Special Issue, Gelfand M.

57

Excellent Performance: The Role of Communication and Cooperation Processes, Sonnentag S.

56

The Contribution of Task Performance and Contextual Performance to Effectiveness: Investigating the Role of Situational Constraints, Griffin M.; Neal A.; Neale M.

56

Individual Differences in Work Motivation: Further Explorations of a Trait Framework, Kanfer R.; Ackerman P.

55

On the Relationship between Subordinates' Compliance to Power Sources and Organisational Attitudes, Koslowsky M.; Schwarzwald J.; Ashuri S.

55

Call for Papers, No details supplied

53

Longitudinal Examination of the Relationship Between Supplies-Values Fit and Work Outcomes, Taris R.; Feij J.

52

The Effect of Mental Practice and Goal Setting as a Transfer of Training Intervention on Supervisors' Self-efficacy and Communication Skills: An Exploratory Study, Morin L.; Latham G.

50

The Impact of Enactive Exploration on Intrinsic Motivation, Strategy, and Performance in Electronic Search, Wood R.; Kakebeeke B.; Debowski S.; Frese M.

50

An Information-processing Perspective on Leadership and Culture: A Case for Connectionist Architecture, Hanges P.; Lord R.; Dickson M.

49

A Comparison of Work Motivation in Bulgaria, Hungary, and the Netherlands: Test of a Model, Roe R.; Zinovieva I.; Dienes E.; Ten Horn L.

48

Cross-cultural Training: A Review, Bhawuk D.; Brislin R.

48

Why Fit Doesn't Always Matter: The Impact of HRM and Cultural Fit on Job Involvement of Kenyan Employees, Nyambegera S.; Daniels K.; Sparrow P.

47

Favourable Employment Status Change and Psychological Depression: A Two-year Follow-up Analysis of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, Prause J.; Dooley D.

46

Organizational Attractiveness for Prospective Applicants: A Person-Organisation Fit Perspective, Lievens F.; Decaesteker C.; Coetsier P.; Geirnaert J.

46

Cross-cultural I/O Psychology at the End of the Millennium, Triandis H.

44

Fits About Fit, Schneider B.

41

Measuring Russian Culture using Hofstede's Dimensions, Naumov A.; Puffer S.

41

Self-efficacy and Strategy on Complex Tasks, Wood R.; Atkins P.; Tabernero C.

41

Conservation of Resources: A Rejoinder to the Commentaries, Hobfoll S.E.

39

Bearing Bad News: Reactions to Negative Performance Feedback, Ilgen D.; Davis C.

36

Justice for all? Progress in Research on Cultural Variation in the Psychology of Distributive and Procedural Justice, Morris M.; Leung K.

35

Volume 50, 2001, Index of contents, No details supplied

34

A Structural Approach to External and Internal Person-Team Fit, Hollenbeck J.

28

Immediate Learning in Organisational Computer Training as a Function of Training Intervention Affective Reaction, and Session Impact Measures, Hook K.; Bunce D.

28

The Three-Component Model of Organisational Commitment: An Application to South Korea, Lee K.; Allen N.J.; Meyer J.P.; Rhee K-Y.

28

A New Perspective on Employee Lateness, Koslowsky M.

27

Project GLOBE: An Introduction, House R.; Javidan M.; Dorfman P.

26

Applied Psychology: An International Review Volume 49, 2000, Index of Contents, No details supplied

25

Changes in Work Motivation During Transition: A Case from Slovenia, Konrad E.

25

Society, Organisations, and Leadership in Turkey, Fikret Pasa S.; Kabasakal H.; Bodur M.

24

Editorial, Erez M.

23

Effective Leadership and Culture in Iran: An Empirical Study, Dastmalchian A.; Javidan M.; Alam K.

21

Macro and Micro Goal Setting: In Search of Coherence, de Haas M.; Algera J.; van Tuijl H.; Meulman J.

20

Perceived Organisational Support as a Mediator of the Relationship of Perceived Situational Factors to Affective Organisational Commitment, Moideenkutty U.; Blau G.; Kumar R.; Nalakath A.

20

Translation and Validation of the Chinese Form of the Strong Interest Inventory, Goh D.; Yu J.

20

Best Paper Award 2000, No details supplied

19

Applied Psychology: Past and Future Societal and Scientific Challenges, Wilpert B.

18

 


 

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NUMBER OF ONLINE ACCESSES VIA INGENTA IN 2001 BY USER DOMAIN

 

(Only domains with 6 or more accesses are listed)

 

 

 

 

Domain

Accesses

 

TORONTOCAN

74

 

AMSTERDAMNLD

62

 

WATERLOOCAN

51

 

TELAVIVISR

48

 

NORTHUMBRIA

45

 

FREIEBERLINDEU

40

 

NCCHAPELHILLNC

40

 

STANFORD

39

 

YALECT

39

 

NCRALEIGHNC

38

 

ISINJ

30

 

SINGMANUNISGP

26

 

HKUHKG

23

 

SURREY

22

 

GUELPHCAN

20

 

HAIFAISR

20

 

TECHNIONHAIFAISR

19

 

CENTLANCASHIRE

18

 

BARILANISR

17

 

BOURNEMOUTH

17

 

COLUMBIA

17

 

GRIFFITHUNI

17

 

PITTSBURGH

16

 

ABERDEEN

15

 

STIRLING

15

 

IOWAIA

14

 

MANCHESTER

13

 

OXFORD

13

 

SLUBDRESDENDEU

12

 

WIMADISONWI

12

 

POTSDAMDEU

11

 

HEBREWUNI

10

 

HERTS

10

 

NOTREDAMEIN

10

 

QLDSTLUCIAAUS

10

 

WARWICK

9

 

CITYHKG

8

 

GOETTINGENDEU

8

 

GREIFSWALDDEU

8

 

IOWASTIA

8

 

RUTGERSNJ

8

 

SUSSEX

8

 

BIRMINGHAM

7

 

EDGEHILL

7

 

FLINDERSAUS

7

 

LAUSANNECHE

7

 

WESTERNAUS

7

 

BATH

6

 

BIELEFELDDEU

6