Mark N. Bing, PhD

Affiliations: 
Management University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS, United States 
Area:
Personality, Psychometrics, Applied Psychology
Website:
http://www.olemiss.edu/people/mbing
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Lawrence R. James grad student 2002 University of Tennessee
 (The integrative model of personality assessment for achievement motivation and fear of failure: Implications for the prediction of effort and performance.)
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Kluemper DH, McLarty BD, Bing MN. (2015) Acquaintance ratings of the Big Five personality traits: incremental validity beyond and interactive effects with self-reports in the prediction of workplace deviance. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 100: 237-48
Davison HK, Mishra V, Bing MN, et al. (2014) How Individual Performance Affects Variability of Peer Evaluations in Classroom Teams: A Distributive Justice Perspective Journal of Management Education. 38: 43-85
Bing MN, Davison HK, Smothers J. (2014) Item-level Frame-of-reference Effects in Personality Testing: An investigation of incremental validity in an organizational setting International Journal of Selection and Assessment. 22: 165-178
Noble CH, Bing MN, Bogoviyeva E. (2013) The effects of brand metaphors as design innovation: A test of congruency hypotheses Journal of Product Innovation Management. 30: 126-141
Kristl Davison H, Bing MN. (2013) Obesity: Disability or Public Health Crisis? Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 6: 96-99
Fang T, Samnani AK, Novicevic MM, et al. (2013) Liability-of-foreignness effects on job success of immigrant job seekers Journal of World Business. 48: 98-109
Davison HK, Maraist CC, Hamilton RH, et al. (2012) To Screen or Not to Screen? Using the Internet for Selection Decisions Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. 24: 1-21
Smothers J, Bing MN, White D, et al. (2011) From the follower's viewpoint: A configurational approach to the ideal academic leader Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 18: 293-307
Novicevic MM, Duke AB, Holmes ER, et al. (2011) Customers cocreating value with the firm: Implications for IHRM International Journal of Human Resource Management. 22: 746-761
Bing MN, Kluemper D, Kristl Davison H, et al. (2011) Overclaiming as a measure of faking Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 116: 148-162
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