Outstanding Contribution to the Literature

Congratulations to Dr. Alley, Dr. Pagano, Dr. Britt, Dr. Campbell, Dr. Kowalski, and Dr. Switzer for their outstanding contributions to the literature.  Each of their papers was recently judged to have at least 100 citations.

Alley, T. R., & Cunningham, M. R. (1991). Averaged faces are attractive, but very attractive faces are not average. Psychological Science, 2 (2), 123-125.

Bingham, G. P., & Pagano, C. C. (1998). The necessity of a perception-action approach to definite distance perception: Monocular distance perception to guide reaching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24, 145-168.

Britt, T. W., Adler, A. B., & Bartone, P. T. (2001). Deriving benefits from stressful events:The role of engagement in meaningful work and hardiness. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 6, 53-63.

Karat, C.-M., Campbell, R. L., & Fiegel, T. (1992). Comparison of empirical testing and walkthrough methods in user interface evaluation. In p. Bauersfeld, J. Bennett, & G., Lynch (Eds.), Human Factors in Computing Systems: CHI’92 Conference Proceedings (pp. 397-404). New York: Association for Computing Machinery.

Leary, M. R., Kowalski, R. M., Smith, L., & Phillips, S. (2003). Violence and rejection: Case studies of the school shootings. Aggressive Behavior, 29, 202-214.

Vinchur, A. J., Shippmann, J. S., Switzer, F. S., & Roth, P. L. (1998). A meta-analytic review of predictors of job performance for salespeople. Journal of Applied Psychology, 83, 586-597.

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