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JWOP

Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology

The JWOP will mainly publish empirical research of interest for psychologists, and which represents a contribution to knowledge in all areas of which can be termed industrial, work and organizational psychology, human resource, organizational behavior, personnel psychology, as well as behavioral, cognitive and neuroscientific aspects of labor relations, ergonomics, and human factors.

Editor-in-Chief: Jesús F. Salgado

ABOUT THIS JOURNAL

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The Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology – JWOP – will mainly publish empirical research of interest for psychologists, and which represents a contribution to knowledge in all areas of which can be termed industrial, work and organizational psychology, human resource, organizational behavior, personnel psychology, as well as behavioral, cognitive and neuroscientific aspects of labor relations, ergonomics, and human factors. 

Exceptionally, the JWOP will consider review articles or theoretical contributions. The JWOP is a Spanish journal but does not wish itself to limit to Spanish contributions or Spanish-language contributors, wishing to have an international authorship.

The JWOP will mainly publish free unpublished original contributions but occasionally will also publish contributions requested from prestigious authors and special issues, although all contributions will undergo an external and anonymous peer review process.  Authors should not submit manuscripts simultaneously to multiple journals.

Not pretending to be exhaustive, topics covered by the JWOP  decision making, personnel ion, training, leadership, organizational change, organizational culture and climate, motivation, teamwork, occupational health, stress, job satisfaction, job performance, compensation, retirement and turnover, conflict and negotiation, work attitudes, work-family conciliation, economic utility, cross-cultural studies, methodological studies, manuscripts which develop new paradigms, models and theories, as well as articles dealing with the relationships between Work and Organizational Psychology and other disciplines such as Social Psychology and Cognitive Psychology.

Authors are not charged any fees or charges for manuscript processing and/or publishing in the journal.

INTERNATIONAL STANDARD SERIAL NUMBER AND SPANISH LEGAL DEPOSIT OF PRINTER

ISSN: 1576-5962

ISSN ELECTRÓNICO: 2174-0534

DEPÓSITO LEGAL: M.37.437-1985

JOURNAL METRICS

Web of Science (Clarivate) Impact Factor: 4.089
     Journal Citation Reports 2021. Applied Psychology: Ranking 30 de 83 (Q2)

Scopus CiteScore: 4.3
     Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management 2021: Ranking 52 de 213 (Q1)
     Social Psychology 2021: Ranking 70 de 269 (Q1)

DOI

The Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology makes use of DOI, the international code allowing reliable and consistent access to content at any moment.

FREQUENCY OF PUBLICATION

The Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology is published three times a year: April, August and December.

FOUNDED

The Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology was founded in 1985, It’s the oldest Journal edited by Colegio Oficial de la Psicología de Madrid.

HIGHLIGHTS


Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022. Páginas 129-248    

Human Resources Analytics: A systematic Review from a Sustainable Management Approach

129 - 147

Francisco J. Álvarez-Gutiérrez, Dianna L. Stone, Ana M. Castaño, and Antonio L. García-Izquierdo

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Tensions and Paradoxes in Creativity and Innovation

149 - 163

Kristina  Potocnik, Bart Verwaeren, and Bernard Nijstad

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Mediation: Understanding a Constructive Conflict Management Tool in the Workplace

165 - 173

Lourdes Munduate, Francisco J. Medina, and Martin C. Euwema

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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A Model of Knowledge-sharing for the 21st Century Organizations

175 - 187

Sabino Ayestarán, Daniel Gómez, Edurne Martínez-Moreno, Eva Mª Lira, and Silvia Da Costa

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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‘Digitalized’ Competences. A Crucial Challenge beyond Digital Competences

189 - 199

José M. Peiró and Vicente Martínez-Tur

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Not Every Day is Monday for Employees Confined due to COVID-19: Anticipatory Happiness Matters

201 - 211

Vicente Martínez-Tur, Yolanda Estreder, Inés Tomás, Francisco Moreno, Miguel A. Mañas-Rodríguez, and Pedro A. Díaz-Fúnez

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Applying Attachment Theory to Explain Boundary-spanning Behavior: The Role of Organizational Support Climate

213 - 222

Fei Li, Xiaoyong Liang, and Quanle Liu

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Emotional Intelligence, Work Satisfaction, and Affective Commitment: An Occupational Health Study of Social Workers

223 - 230

Angus C.H. Kuok

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Self-care at Work Matters: How Job and Personal Resources mediate between Self-Care and Psychological Well-being

231 - 239

Ari Gómez-Borges, Mª Josefina Peláez Zuberbühler, Isabel M. Martínez, and Marisa Salanova

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Quasi-ipsative Forced-Choice Personality Inventories and the Control of Faking: The Biasing Effects of Transient Error

241 - 248

Alexandra Martínez, Jesús F. Salgado, and Mario Lado

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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Disentangling the Linkage between Personality and Commitment: A Moderated Mediation Model of Core Self-Evaluations and Affectivity

249 - 258

Sait Gurbuz, Robert Costigan, and Furkan Marasli

Vol. 38. Núm. 3. December 2022

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