Joshua Bourdage
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Sex, power, and money: Prediction from the Dark Triad and Honesty–Humility
K Lee, MC Ashton, J Wiltshire, JS Bourdage, BA Visser, A Gallucci
European Journal of Personality 27 (2), 169-184, 2013
3322013
Similarity and assumed similarity in personality reports of well-acquainted persons.
K Lee, MC Ashton, JA Pozzebon, BA Visser, JS Bourdage, B Ogunfowora
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (2), 460, 2009
1632009
The personality bases of socio-political attitudes: The role of Honesty–Humility and Openness to Experience
K Lee, MC Ashton, B Ogunfowora, JS Bourdage, KH Shin
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (1), 115-119, 2010
1462010
Motives for organizational citizenship behavior: Personality correlates and coworker ratings of OCB
JS Bourdage, K Lee, JH Lee, KH Shin
Human Performance 25 (3), 179-200, 2012
972012
Honesty-humility and perceptions of organizational politics in predicting workplace outcomes
J Wiltshire, JS Bourdage, K Lee
Journal of Business and Psychology 29 (2), 235-251, 2014
932014
Big Five and HEXACO model personality correlates of sexuality
JS Bourdage, K Lee, MC Ashton, A Perry
Personality and Individual Differences 43 (6), 1506-1516, 2007
912007
Personality and workplace impression management: Correlates and implications.
JS Bourdage, J Wiltshire, K Lee
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (2), 537, 2015
752015
An exploration of the dishonest side of self‐monitoring: Links to moral disengagement and unethical business decision making
B Ogunfowora, JS Bourdage, B Nguyen
European Journal of Personality 27 (6), 532-544, 2013
462013
Once an impression manager, always an impression manager? Antecedents of honest and deceptive impression management use and variability across multiple job interviews
N Roulin, JS Bourdage
Frontiers in psychology 8, 29, 2017
432017
Does Honesty–Humility influence evaluations of leadership emergence? The mediating role of moral disengagement
B Ogunfowora, JS Bourdage
Personality and Individual Differences 56, 95-99, 2014
422014
To fake or not to fake: Antecedents to interview faking, warning instructions, and its impact on applicant reactions
SJ Law, J Bourdage, TA O’Neill
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1771, 2016
292016
Openness to (reporting) experiences that one never had: Overclaiming as an outcome of the knowledge accumulated through a proclivity for cognitive and aesthetic exploration.
PD Dunlop, JS Bourdage, RE de Vries, BE Hilbig, I Zettler, SG Ludeke
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 113 (5), 810, 2017
272017
No person is an island: The effects of group characteristics on individual trait expression
JA Schmidt, B Ogunfowora, JS Bourdage
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (7), 925-945, 2012
262012
Rater personality and performance dimension weighting in making overall performance judgments
B Ogunfowora, J Bourdage, K Lee
Journal of Business and Psychology 25 (3), 465-476, 2010
252010
The detection of personality traits in employment interviews: Can “good judges” be trained?
DM Powell, JS Bourdage
Personality and Individual Differences 94, 194-199, 2016
192016
Personality, equity sensitivity, and discretionary workplace behavior
JS Bourdage, A Goupal, T Neilson, ER Lukacik, N Lee
Personality and Individual Differences 120, 144-150, 2018
142018
Human resource management practices and voluntary turnover: A study of internal workforce and external labor market contingencies
JA Schmidt, CR Willness, DA Jones, JS Bourdage
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 29 (3), 571-594, 2018
112018
“I (Might Be) just that good”: Honest and deceptive impression management in employment interviews
J Bourdage, N Roulin, R Tarraf
Personnel Psychology, 2018
112018
Impression management and faking in job interviews
JS Bourdage, N Roulin, J Levashina
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1294, 2017
82017
He said, she said: Work, biopsychosocial, and lifestyle contributions to coronary heart disease risk.
PA Ferris, TJB Kline, JS Bourdage
Health Psychology 31 (4), 503, 2012
82012
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