Student Publications & Presentations

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PhD in Business Administration Student Scholarly Publications

  • Howard, M. C. & Cogswell, J. (2019).  The left side of courage: Three exploratory studies on the antecedents of social courage.  The Journal of Positive Psychology, 14(3), 324-340. 
  • Howard, M. C. & Cogswell, J. (2018).  The “other” relationships of self-assessed intelligence: A meta-analysis.  Journal of Research in Personality, 77, 31-46.
  • Howard, Matt, Chad Marshall, (Accepted for Inclusion).  Virtual Reality Training Programs, In R. N. Landers (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Technology and Employee Behavior.
  • Howard, M. C. & Fox, F. (2020).  Does gender have a significant relationship with social courage? Test of dual sequentially mediated pathways.  Personality and Individual Differences. 
  •  Howard, M. C. & Marshall, C. J. (2019).  Virtual reality training programs.  In R. N. Landers (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Technology and Employee Behavior.
  • Howard, M. C. & Holmes, P. (2020).  Social courage fosters both voice and silence in the workplace: A study on multidimensional voice and silence with boundary conditions.  Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 7(1), 53-73. 
  • Howard, M. C. & Murry, A. (2020).  Does the Courage Measure (CM) measure persistence despite fear?  Testing, Psychometrics, and Methodology in Applied Psychology. 
  • Howard, M. C., Travers, S., Marshall, C., & Cogswell, J. (2017).  I-O psychology and technology: Why reinvent the wheel?  Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 10(4), 659-668.
  • Howard, M. C. & Van Zandt, E. (2020).  The discriminant validity of honesty-humility: A meta-analysis of the HEXACO, Big Five, and Dark Triad.  Journal of Research in Personality
  • Turnipseed, David & Steve Cohen, “Academic Entitlement and Socially Aversive Personalities:  Does the Dark Triad Predict Academic Entitlement?”, Personality and Individual Differences, 88, 72 – 75, 2015.
  • Whaley, Alan, Bill Gillis, and Ermanno Affuso, A Panel Data Analysis of Efficiency and Productivity of the U.S. Hospital Care System, Review of Applied Economics, 13 (1-2), 1-20, 2017.
  • Whaley, Alan and Bill Gillis, Leadership Development Programs for Health Care Middle Managers: An Exploration of the Top Management Team Member Perspective, Health Care Management Review, 43 (1), 79-89, 2018.

PhD in Business Administration Student Presentations

  • Brown, Charla, “The Influence of Consumer Habits in the Customer Journey: How the Habit Loop Can Change the Game”, Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, 2018.
  • Boudreaux, M. & Howard, M.C. (2020, May).  Using the HEXACO-100 to measure individual entrepreneurial orientation: Introducing the HEXACO-IEO.  Poster presented at the 32nd annual conference of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.
    • Awarded the 2020 Psychological Science and Entrepreneurship Poster Award – Graduate Student
  • Cogswell, Joshua and Matt Howard, “The “Other” Relationships of Self-Assessed Intelligence: A Meta-Analysis”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2018. 
  • Cogswell, Joshua and Matt Howard, "Well-Being at Work: The Important Role of Social Courage, PSYCAP and Ethical Climate", Southern Management Association, 2017.
  • Cogswell, Joshua and Matt Howard, “Mediation of Psychological Capital between Social Courage and Work Outcomes”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2016.
  • Cohen, Scott, Don Mosley and Bill Gillis, "Success from Humble Beginnings: How Emotional Intelligence and Trait Humility Influence NCBIs", Southern Management Association, 2016.  
  • Cohen, Scott, Don Mosley and Bill Gillis, “Transforming social capital: How psychological capital and emotional intelligence influence NCBIs” Academy of Management, 2016.
  • Cohen, Scott, Don Mosley, Charles Carson, Scott Boyar, and Bill Gillis, "Developing an Engaged, Satisfied Municipal Workforce: The Impact of Goal and Supervisor Orientations." Southern Management Association, 2015. 
  • Daniel, Alana, Don Mosley, and Marjorie Icenogle, "Finding Meaning through Volunteering: A Study of Volunteering at a Manufacturing Facility", Southern Management Association, 2016.
  • Farris, Jared and Matt Howard, “Psychological situational characteristics: Do they cause traits to activate?”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2018. 
  • Gray, R., Loes, M., & Howard, M.C. (2019, April).  Measuring digital privacy concerns: An exploratory study.  Paper presented at the 21st annual conference of the Society of Business, Industry, and Economics, Destin, FL.
  • Hammon, Diane, and Marjorie Icenogle, "Examining Organizational Social Responsibility, Employee Identification and Engagement in a Municipal Context" Southern Management Association, 2017.
  • Hammon, Diane and Marjorie Icenogle, “Assessing Municipal Employees' Participation in Volunteer Activities", Southern Management Association, 2016.
  • Holmes, P., Van Zandt, E., & Howard, M.C. (2020, April).  Social courage fosters both voice and silence in the workplace [Poster session canceled].  Poster presented at the 35th annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX.  
  • Howard, M.C. & Boudreaux, M. (2020, May).  A systematic literature review and meta-analysis of entrepreneurial personality: Integrating psychology and entrepreneurship.  Poster presented at the 32nd annual conference of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL. 
    • Awarded the 2020 Psychological Science and Entrepreneurship Poster Award - Faculty
  • Howard, M.C., Cogswell, J., & Smith, M. (2019, April).  The antecedents and outcomes of ostracism: A meta-analysis.  Poster presented at the 34th annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Washington DC.  
  •  Howard, M. C. & Van Zandt, E. (2020, April).  The virtual reality problem: Unequal effects of virtual reality sickness [Poster session canceled].  Poster presented at the 35th annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX.  
  • Howard, M.C. & Van Zandt, E. (2020, April).  Honesty-humility in the spotlight: A meta-analysis of the HEXACO model of personality [Poster session canceled].  Poster presented at the 35th annual conference of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Austin, TX.  
  • Kemp, April, “Exploring Online Sales Personas: Toward a Model of Online Strategic Relationship Development”, Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, 2018.
  • Marshall, Chad, Matt Howard and Mickey Smith, “Employee Regret and Disappointment: Application of the Approach/Avoidance Framework”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2018.  
  • Marshall, Chad, Matt Howard and Mickey Smith, “Employee Regret and Disappointment Scales: Development and Validation”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2018.
  • Marshall, Chad, “Thriving at Work: The Effect of Feedback Environment and Social Exchange”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2018.
  • Marshall, Chad and Matt Howard, “Development and Analysis of a More Concise Feedback Environment Scale”, Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2017.
  • Mitra, Raj and Bill Gillis, “A Study of Strategic Dynamic Capabilities from a Supply Chain Perspective Leading to Organizational Path Dependence in an Integrated Healthcare System”, Society for Marketing Advances, 2016.
  • Mitra, Raj, Bill Gillis and Matt Howard, “A study of Strategic Dynamic Capabilities from a Supply Chain Perspective Leading to Organizational Path Dependence in an Integrated Healthcare System”, Society for Marketing Advances, 2016.
  • Moore, Zachary, "The Consequences of Business Model Innovation on Market Orientation and Shareholder Orientation in Disruptive Firms", Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, 2018.
  • Moore, Zachary, "An Examination of Recency Bias Effects on Crop Insurance Purchases in the Mississippi Delta Region", Southern Agricultural Economics Association Conference, 2018.
  • Moore, Zachary, "The Impact of Commodity Checkoff Programs on Small Producers”, Association for Small Business Entrepreneurship, 2018.
  • Roach, John, Bill Gillis and Treena Finney, "Comparing Thriving and Engagement among Attorneys: Two Sides of the Same Coin", Southern Management Association, 2017.
  • Roach, John, Marjorie Icenogle, and Bill Gillis, "Thriving in Demanding Environments: How Job Demands, Context, and Resources Enable Thriving", Southern Management Association, 2016.
  • Tsang, Ron, “Do Isolation and Perceived Respect Matter to Organizational Identification? -- A Perspective from Telehealth Workers”, Association of Marketing and Healthcare Research, 2018.
  • Turnipseed, David and Scott Cohen, “More different than Alike: A Gender and Cultural Analysis of Academic Entitlement”, Academy of Management, 2016.
  • Unger, Cai, Don Mosley, and Bill Gillis, "The Tree of Organizational Change", Southern Management Association, 2017.
  • Unger, Cai, Don Mosley, and Bill Gillis, “Key Concepts of Organizational Change Today and Tomorrow”, Academy of Management, 2017.
  • Unger, C., Mosley, D., Gillis, W., & Howard, M.C. (2018, November).  Development of a Sensemaking Scale.  Paper presented at the Southern Management Association Conference, Lexington, KY.
  • Whaley, Alan and Bill Gillis, "Development Programs for Hospital Middle Manager: Does Program Content Align with Desired Goals?", Southern Management Association, 2016.
  • Whaley, Alan and Bill Gillis, “Leadership Programs and the Hospital Middle Manager: Does Program Content Align with Desired Goals?”, Academy of Management, 2015.