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Joseph Goodman

Associate Professor
Management and Quantitative Methods
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Current Courses

354.001Compensation Management

100.002Statistical Reasoning

354.001Compensation Management

100.007Statistical Reasoning

BS Psychology

University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, MS, USA

PhD Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management

University of Mississippi

MA Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Louisiana Tech University
Ruston, LA, USA

RSO Faculty Adviser of the Year

College of Business

RSO Faculty Adviser of the Year

Illinois State University

Top 50 Articles of 2005

Emerald Publishing

Conference Proceeding

Goodman, J., & Erskine, L. Removing the Halo/Horns Effect of Undergraduate Team Member Selection. Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference (2013)
Wright, N., Larsen, V., & Goodman, J. Exchange partner knowledge and consumer grudeholding. Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior Conference (2008)
Evans, W., & Goodman, J. A study of perceived corporate citizenship, organizational cynicism, and employee job performance. Southern Academy of Management (2007)
Goodman, J., Corser, G., Kitchens, M., & Evans, W. Affectivity and organizational commitment: Fitting emotion regulation into the equation. Southern Management Association (2006)
Goodman, J., & Evans, W. Interactive effects of perceived accountability and perceived organizational politics on job stress. Southern Management Association (2005)

Instructor's Manual

Carson, C., & Goodman, J. But it was with my wife: Failing to address after-hours workplace indiscretions.. Journal of Business Case Studies (2007)

Journal Article

Evans, W., Goodman, J., & Davis, W. Perceived corporate citizenship: Individual level outcomes related to employee perceptions. Human Performance 24 (2011): 79-97.
Treadway, D., Duke, A., Perrewé, P., Breland, J., & Goodman, J. Commitment and work family interface: Predictions from socioemotional. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology 41 (2011): 1659-1679.
Treadway, D., Duke, A., Perrewe, P., Breland, J., & Goodman, J. Time may change me: The impact of future time perspective on the relationship between work-family demands and employee commitment. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology (2011)
Duke, A., Goodman, J., Treadway, D., & Breland, J. Perceived organizational support as a moderator of emotional labor outcomes relationships. Journal Of Applied Social Psychology (2009)
Robinson, R., Nichols, D., Goodman, J., & Cousley, S. Employment Non-Discrimination Act: Implications for Employers. Southern Law Journal 19 (2009): 109-119.


Effects of Mood on Writing Test Persistence. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2018)
Effects of Mood on the Perception of Risky Behaviors. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2018)
Is It the Sound of Music, or the Content Affecting Mood Reports?. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2018)
The Framing Effect and Organizational Hiring Decisions. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2018)
The Mediating Effect of Work Locus of Control on the Organizational Cynicism --Counterproductive Workplace Behaviors Relationship. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2017)
Framing Effects on Subjective Mediums of Art: Social Cognitive and Individual Differences. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2016)
Survey Item Directionality and Online Participant Responses: A Caution for MTurk Data Collection. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. (2016)
Because She's on the Track Team, She's not Fat, Unhealthy, Lazy, etc.: A Social Cognitive Bias in Health-Related Person Perception Evaluations of a Female.. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2015)
Felt Accountability and Task Interdependence as a Substitute for Leadership on Small Group Task Performance.. Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. (2015)
Because He Plays Football, He's not Fat, Unhealthy, Lazy, etc.: A Social Cognitive Bias in Health-Related Person Perception Evaluations.. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. (2014)
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