Cornelius König
Cornelius König
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Integrating theories of motivation
P Steel, CJ König
Academy of Management Review 31 (4), 889-913, 2006
A model for the effects of job insecurity on performance, turnover intention, and absenteeism
T Staufenbiel, CJ König
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 83 (1), 101-117, 2010
The effects of job insecurity on job satisfaction, organizational citizenship behavior, deviant behavior, and negative emotions of employees
WD Reisel, TM Probst, SL Chia, CM Maloles, CJ König
International Studies of Management and Organization 40 (1), 74-91, 2010
Personnel selection as a signaling game
A Bangerter, N Roulin, CJ König
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (4), 719-738, 2012
Working memory, fluid intelligence, and attention are predictors of multitasking performance, but polychronicity and extraversion are not
CJ König, M Bühner, G Mürling
Human Performance 18 (3), 243-266, 2005
Reasons for being selective when choosing personnel selection procedures
CJ König, UC Klehe, M Berchtold, M Kleinmann
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 18 (1), 17-27, 2010
Working memory dimensions as differential predictors of the speed and error aspect of multitasking performance
M Bühner, CJ König, M Pick, S Krumm
Human Performance 19 (3), 253-275, 2006
Time for reflection: A critical examination of polychronicity
CJ König, MJ Waller
Human Performance 23 (2), 173-190, 2010
Catch me if I fall! Enacted uncertainty avoidance and the social safety net as country-level moderators in the job insecurity–job attitudes link.
ME Debus, TM Probst, CJ König, M Kleinmann
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (3), 690-698, 2012
Examining occupational self-efficacy, work locus of control and communication as moderators of the job insecurity—job performance relationship
CJ König, ME Debus, S Häusler, N Lendenmann, M Kleinmann
Economic and Industrial Democracy 31 (2), 231-247, 2010
Examining digital interviews for personnel selection: Applicant reactions and interviewer ratings
M Langer, CJ König, K Krause
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 25 (4), 371-382, 2017
Highly automated job interviews: Acceptance under the influence of stakes
M Langer, CJ König, M Papathanasiou
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 27 (3), 217-234, 2019
A stitch in time saves nine: Behavioural decision-making explanations for time management problems
CJ Koch, M Kleinmann
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 11 (2), 199-217, 2002
Exploring the positive side of personal internet use at work: Does it help in managing the border between work and nonwork?
CJ König, ME Caner de la Guardia
Computers in Human Behavior 30, 355-360, 2014
Information as a double-edged sword: The role of computer experience and information on applicant reactions towards novel technologies for personnel selection
M Langer, CJ König, A Fitili
Computers in Human Behavior 81, 19-30, 2018
Situation assessment as an ignored factor in the behavioral consistency paradigm underlying the validity of personnel selection procedures.
A Jansen, KG Melchers, F Lievens, M Kleinmann, M Brändli, L Fraefel, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (2), 326-341, 2013
A different look at why selection procedures work: The role of candidates’ ability to identify criteria
M Kleinmann, PV Ingold, F Lievens, A Jansen, KG Melchers, CJ König
Organizational Psychology Review 1 (2), 128-146, 2011
International perspectives on the legal environment for selection
B Myors, F Lievens, E Schollaert, G Van Hoye, SF Cronshaw, A Mladinic, ...
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1 (2), 206-246, 2008
How and why do interviewers try to make impressions on applicants? A qualitative study
A Wilhelmy, M Kleinmann, CJ König, KG Melchers, DM Truxillo
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (3), 313-332, 2015
Candidates' ability to identify criteria in nontransparent selection procedures: Evidence from an assessment center and a structured interview
CJ König, KG Melchers, M Kleinmann, GM Richter, UC Klehe
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 15 (3), 283-292, 2007
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