Jonas Lang

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Lang, J. W. B., & Kell, H. J. (conditionally accepted). General Mental Ability and Specific Abilities: Their Relative Importance for Extrinsic Career Success. Journal of Applied Psychology.

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Lang, J. W. B., Bliese, P. D. & Runge, J. M. (in press). Detecting Consensus Emergence in Organizational Multilevel Data: Power Simulations. Organizational Research Methods.

Lang, J. W. B., & Goh, Z. (in press). Building an Organizational Science of Behavioral Consistency: Comment on Katz-Navon, Kark, and Delegach (2019). Academy of Management Discoveries.

den Hartog, S., Runge, J. M., Reindl, G., & Lang, J. W. B. (in press). Linking team personality variability and team innovation. Small Group Research.

Lang, J. W. B., Bliese, P. D., & Adler, A. B. (in press). Opening the black box: A multilevel framework for studying group processes. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. Preprint Material

Sijbom, R. B. L., Lang, J. W. B., & Anseel, F. (in press). Leaders' achievement goals predict employee burnout above and beyond employees' own achievement goals. Journal of Personality [2017 Impact factor: 3.483, category: PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, rank: 7/64]


Runge, J. M., Lang, J. W. B., Chasiotis, A. & Hofer, J. (2019). Improving the assessment of implicit motives using IRT: Cultural differences and differential item functioning. Journal of Personality Assessment, 101, 414--424. [2018 Impact factor: 2.829, category: PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL, rank: 13/63]

Runge, J. M., & Lang, J. W. B. (2019). Can people recognize their implicit thoughts? The motive self-categorization test. Psychological Assessment, 31(7), 939-951. [2018 Impact factor: 3.469, category: PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL, rank: 19/129] Preprint Material

Tackett, J. L., Lang, J. W. B., Markon, K., & Herzhoff, K. (2019). A correlated trait correlated methods model for thin-slice child personality assessment. Psychological Assessment, 31, 545-556. [2018 Impact factor: 3.469, category: PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL, rank: 19/129] Preprint

Lang, J. W. B., Lievens, F., De Fruyt, F., Zettler, I., & Tackett, J. L. (2019). Assessing meaningful within-person variability in Likert-scale rated personality descriptions: An IRT tree approach. Psychological Assessment, 31, 474-487. [2018 Impact factor: 3.469, category: PSYCHOLOGY, CLINICAL, rank: 19/129]

Beier, M. E., Kell, H. J., & Lang, J. W. B. (2019). Commenting on the "Great Debate": General abilities, specific abilities, and the tools of the trade. Journal of Intelligence, 7(1), 5.

Apers, C., Lang, J. W. B., & Derous, E. (2019). Who earns more? Explicit traits, implicit motives, and income growth trajectories. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 110, 214-228. [2018 Impact factor: 3.387, category: PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED, rank: 14/82, ABS: 4]


Lang, J. W. B., Mussel, P., & Runge, J. M. (2018). TBS-TK Rezension:
Inventar zur Erfassung von Arbeitsmotiven (IEA). [TBS-TK Review: Inventory for the assessment of work motives].Zeitschrift für Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologie, 62, 161-163.

Kell, H. J., & Lang, J. W. B. (2018). The great debate: General ability and specific abilities in the prediction of important outcomes. Journal of Intelligence, 6(3), 39.

Lang, J. W. B., & Bliese, P. D. (2018). A temporal perspective on emergence: Using three-level mixed-effects models to track consensus emergence in groups. In S. E. Humphrey & J. M. LeBreton (Eds), The handbook for multilevel theory, measurement, and analysis (pp. 519-540). Washington, DC: APA. Preprint Material

Lang, J. W. B., Bliese, P. D. & de Voogt, A. (2018). Modeling consensus emergence using longitudinal multilevel models. Personnel Psychology, 71, 255-281. [2017 Impact factor: 4.362, category: PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED, rank: 4/80; 2018 ABS: 4] Preprint Mplus code Mplus output

Lievens, F., Lang, J. W. B., De Fruyt, F., Corstjens, J., Van de Vijver, M., & Bledow, R. (2018). The predictive power of people's intraindividual variability across situations: Implementing whole trait theory in assessment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103, 753-771. [2017 Impact factor: 4.310, category: PSYCHOLOGY, APPLIED, rank: 5/80; 2018 ABS: 4*]