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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

American Psychological Association: Journal of Applied Psychology
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1 [GO] 2021―Jun―17 Exploring public sentiment on enforced remote work during COVID-19. Charlene Zhang, Martin C. Yu, Sebastian Marin
2 [GO] 2021―Jun―17 Hot, cold, or both? A person-centered perspective on death awareness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Rui Zhong, Rebecca M. Paluch, Vanessa Shum, Christopher D. Zatzick, Sandra L. Robinson
3 [GO] 2021―Jun―17 Caring for their own: How firm actions to protect essential workers and CEO benevolence influenced stakeholder sentiment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Adam L. Steinbach, Jason Kautz, M. Audrey Korsgaard
4 [GO] 2021―Jun―07 Risks and rewards of conscientiousness during the COVID-19 pandemic. Viswanath Venkatesh, Daniel C. Ganster, Sebastian W. Schuetz, Tracy Ann Sykes
5 [GO] 2021―May―20 Dormant tie reactivation as an affiliative coping response to stressors during the COVID-19 crisis. Seong Won Yang, Scott M. Soltis, Jason R. Ross, Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca
6 [GO] 2021―May―20 Talking about COVID-19 is positively associated with team cultural tightness: Implications for team deviance and creativity. Xin Qin, Kai Chi Yam, Chen Chen, Wanlu Li, Xiaowei Dong
7 [GO] 2021―May―20 Working through an “infodemic”: The impact of COVID-19 news consumption on employee uncertainty and work behaviors. Seoin Yoon, Shawn T. McClean, Nitya Chawla, Ji Koung Kim, Joel Koopman, Christopher C. Rosen, et al. (+2)
8 [GO] 2021―May―20 The COVID-19 pandemic and new hire engagement: Relationships with unemployment rates, state restrictions, and organizational tenure. Robert E. Ployhart, William J. Shepherd, Sam D. Strizver
9 [GO] 2021―May―13 Supplemental Material for Dormant Tie Reactivation as an Affiliative Coping Response to Stressors During the COVID-19 Crisis
10 [GO] 2021―May―13 Supplemental Material for Talking About COVID-19 is Positively Associated With Team Cultural Tightness: Implications for Team Deviance and Creativity
11 [GO] 2021―May―13 Supplemental Material for The COVID-19 Pandemic and New Hire Engagement: Relationships With Unemployment Rates, State Restrictions, and Organizational Tenure
12 [GO] 2021―Apr―19 Videoconference fatigue? Exploring changes in fatigue after videoconference meetings during COVID-19. Andrew A. Bennett, Emily D. Campion, Kathleen R. Keeler, Sheila K. Keener
13 [GO] 2021―Apr―19 The psychological implications of COVID-19 on employee job insecurity and its consequences: The mitigating role of organization adaptive practices. Weipeng Lin, Yiduo Shao, Guiquan Li, Yirong Guo, Xiaojun Zhan
14 [GO] 2021―Apr―15 Supplemental Material for The Psychological Implications of COVID-19 on Employee Job Insecurity and its Consequences: The Mitigating Role of Organization Adaptive Practices
15 [GO] 2021―Apr―05 Using machine learning to investigate the public’s emotional responses to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hanyi Min, Yisheng Peng, Mindy Shoss, Baojiang Yang
16 [GO] 2021―Mar―22 Supplemental Material for Using Machine Learning to Investigate the Public’s Emotional Responses to Work From Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic
17 [GO] 2021―Feb―18 When there is a will there is a way: The role of proactive personality in combating COVID-19. Nancy Yi-Feng Chen, J. Michael Crant, Nan Wang, Yu Kou, Yuhong Qin, Junhua Yu, Rongju Sun
18 [GO] 2021―Feb―18 Tackling the negative impact of COVID-19 on work engagement and taking charge: A multi-study investigation of frontline health workers. Dong Liu, Yang Chen, Nian Li
19 [GO] 2020―Dec―03 Anxiety responses to the unfolding COVID-19 crisis: Patterns of change in the experience of prolonged exposure to stressors. Sherry (Qiang) Fu, Lindsey M. Greco, Anna C. Lennard, Nikolaos Dimotakis
20 [GO] 2020―Dec―03 When helping hurts: COVID-19 critical incident involvement and resource depletion in health care workers. Miguel P. Caldas, Kathryn Ostermeier, Danielle Cooper
21 [GO] 2020―Nov―30 Supplemental Material for Anxiety Responses to the Unfolding COVID-19 Crisis: Patterns of Change in the Experience of Prolonged Exposure to Stressors
22 [GO] 2020―Nov―23 Plug back into work, safely: Job reattachment, leader safety commitment, and job engagement in the COVID-19 pandemic. Zhenyu Yuan, Zhuxin Ye, Meng Zhong
23 [GO] 2020―Nov―05 How critical activities within COVID-19 intensive care units increase nurses’ daily occupational calling. Yue Zhu, Tingting Chen, Jie Wang, Mo Wang, Russell E. Johnson, Yanghua Jin
24 [GO] 2020―Nov―05 Work-family strategies during COVID-19: Examining gender dynamics among dual-earner couples with young children. Kristen M. Shockley, Malissa A. Clark, Hope Dodd, Eden B. King
25 [GO] 2020―Oct―26 Supplemental Material for How Critical Activities Within COVID-19 Intensive Care Units Increase Nurses’ Daily Occupational Calling
26 [GO] 2020―Oct―22 Socioeconomic status and well-being during COVID-19: A resource-based examination. Connie R. Wanberg, Borbala Csillag, Richard P. Douglass, Le Zhou, Michael S. Pollard
27 [GO] 2020―Oct―15 Economic stressors and the enactment of CDC-recommended COVID-19 prevention behaviors: The impact of state-level context. Tahira M. Probst, Hyun Jung Lee, Andrea Bazzoli
28 [GO] 2020―Oct―15 Supporting interdependent telework employees: A moderated-mediation model linking daily COVID-19 task setbacks to next-day work withdrawal. SinHui Chong, Yi Huang, Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang
29 [GO] 2020―Oct―13 Supplemental Material for Supporting Interdependent Telework Employees: A Moderated-Mediation Model Linking Daily COVID-19 Task Setbacks to Next-Day Work Withdrawal
30 [GO] 2020―Oct―08 Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on job search behavior: An event transition perspective. Lynn A. McFarland, Sydney Reeves, W. Benjamin Porr, Robert E. Ployhart
31 [GO] 2020―Oct―08 The mind, the heart, and the leader in times of crisis: How and when COVID-19-triggered mortality salience relates to state anxiety, job engagement, and prosocial behavior. Jia Hu, Wei He, Kong Zhou
32 [GO] 2020―Oct―08 Supplemental Material for The Mind, the Heart, and the Leader in Times of Crisis: How and When COVID-19-Triggered Mortality Salience Relates to State Anxiety, Job Engagement, and Prosocial Behavior
33 [GO] 2020―Sep―24 Working in a pandemic: Exploring the impact of COVID-19 health anxiety on work, family, and health outcomes. John P. Trougakos, Nitya Chawla, Julie M. McCarthy
34 [GO] 2020―Sep―17 Supplemental Material for Working in a Pandemic: Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 Health Anxiety on Work, Family, and Health Outcomes
35 [GO] 2020―Sep―08 From zero to hero: An exploratory study examining sudden hero status among nonphysician health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sophie Hennekam, Jamie Ladge, Yuliya Shymko
36 [GO] 2020―Aug―31 Changes to the work-family interface during the COVID-19 pandemic: Examining predictors and implications using latent transition analysis. Hoda Vaziri, Wendy J. Casper, Julie Holliday Wayne, Russell A. Matthews
37 [GO] 2020―Aug―27 Supplemental Material for Changes to the Work-Family Interface During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Examining Predictors and Implications Using Latent Transition Analysis
38 [GO] 2020―Aug―27 Getting back to the “new normal”: Autonomy restoration during a global pandemic. Eric M. Anicich, Trevor A. Foulk, Merrick R. Osborne, Jake Gale, Michael Schaerer
39 [GO] 2020―Jul―02 Women’s leadership is associated with fewer deaths during the COVID-19 crisis: Quantitative and qualitative analyses of United States governors. Kayla Sergent, Alexander D. Stajkovic


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