J. Kemp Ellington PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Management. Email address: ellingtonjk@appstate.edu Phone: (828) 262-7213, Fax: (828) 262-8685, Office address 4090 Peacock Hall, Department of Management, Boone, NC 28608.

There are 9 included publications by J. Kemp Ellington PhD:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Decelerating The Diminishing Returns Of Citizenship On Task Performance: The Role Of Social Context And Interpersonal Skill 2014 173 Recent scholarship on citizenship behavior demonstrates that engaging too often in these behaviors comes at the expense of task performance. In order to examine the boundary conditions of this relationship, we used resource allocation and social exch...
Ebb And Flow Of Dispositional Goal Orientations: Exploring The Consequences Of Within-Person Variability 2018 107 Goal orientation theory has long recognized both stability and variability in people’s preferences for different types of goals in achievement contexts. However, empirical examination of this fundamental theoretical tenet about dispositional goal ori...
Examining A Cognitive Model Of Persecutory Ideation In The Daily Life Of People With Schizophrenia: A Computerized Experience Sampling Study 2010 69 Contemporary theoretical models of paranoia suggest that negative emotions, perceptual anomalies, and recent life events are important predictors of experiencing persecutory ideation. In the current experience sampling study, these factors are examin...
Exploring Qualitative Training Reactions: Individual And Contextual Influences On Trainee Commenting 2014 69 Training reactions are the most common criteria used for training evaluation, and reaction measures often include opportunities for trainees to provide qualitative responses. Despite being widely used, qualitative training reactions are poorly unders...
Foreign Language Training Transfer: Individual And Contextual Predictors Of Skill Maintenance And Generalization 2015 117 Foreign language proficiency is a critical skill in which many U.S. military personnel receive extensive training. However, very little research has examined the factors associated with the successful transfer of this training.This study therefore in...
Individual Learning In Team Training: Self-Regulation And Team Context Effects 2013 73 Although many analysts recognize that team-level learning is reliant on the acquisition of learning content by individuals, very little research has examined individual-level learning during team training. In a sample of 70 teams (N = 380) that parti...
It’s The Nature Of The Work: Examining Behavior-Based Sources Of Work–Family Conflict Across Occupations 2008 161 The consequences of work–family conflict for both individuals and organizations have been well documented, and the various sources of such conflict have received substantial attention. However, the vast majority of extant research has focused on only...
Members Matter In Team Training: Multilevel And Longitudinal Relationships Between Goal Orientation, Self-Regulation, And Team Outcomes 2012 159 Longitudinal data from 338 individuals across 64 teams in a simulation-based team-training context were used to examine the effects of dispositional goal orientation on self-regulated learning (self-efficacy and metacognition). Team goal orientation ...
The Performance Appraisal Milieu: A Multilevel Analysis Of Context Effects In Performance Ratings 2016 248 The purpose of this study was to take an inductive approach in examining the extent to which organizational contexts represent significant sources of variance in supervisor performance ratings, and to explore various factors that may explain contextu...