San Diego State University Department of Psychology
This research lab has received funding from grants from the
National Institute of
Mental Health (NIMH), Qualcomm, and the U.S.
Army Research Institute
and Social Sciences (ARI).
The research in this
lab focuses on several topics. First, our research examines
relationships among Type A subcomponents, stressors,
and work outcomes and also investigates similarities and differences in
these variables across various demographic groups. This project
builds on and extends research on time urgency and other Type A
behavior pattern (TABP) subcomponents, some of which is listed
below. Second, our research examines personality and other
individual difference characteristics as predictors of a variety
Representative publications are shown below.
Conte, J. M., Aasen, B., Jacobson,
O’Loughlin, C., & Toroslu, L. (2019). Investigating
polychronicity, work-family conflict, job satisfaction, and work
Managerial Psychology, 34(7), 459-473.
Conte, J. M., Heffner, T. S., Roesch,
S. C., & Aasen, B.
(2017). A person-centric investigation of personality,
attrition, and performance. Personality
and Individual Differences,
Conte, J. M., Cochrum-Nguyen, F., & Yama, M. S.
(2013). Type A Behavior Pattern (Coronary Prone Personality). In Oxford Bibliographies in Psychology
(Edited by Dana S. Dunn). New York: Oxford University
Schell, K. L., & Conte, J. M. (2008).
Associations among polychronicity, goal orientation, and error
and Individual Differences, 44, 288-298.
Gibson, C., Waller, M. J., Carpenter, M., &
Conte, J. M. (2007). Antecedents, consequences, and moderators of time
perspective heterogeneity for knowledge management in MNO teams. Journal
of Organizational Behavior, 28, 1005-1034.
Dean, M. A., Conte, J. M., &
Blankenhorn, T. R. (2006). Examination of the predictive validity of
Big Five personality dimensions across training performance criteria. Personality
and Individual Differences, 41, 1229-1239.
Conte, J. M., & Gintoft, J. N.
(2005). Polychronicity, Big Five personality dimensions, and sales
Performance, 18, 427-444.
Conte, J. M., & Jacobs, R. R. (2003). Validity
evidence linking polychronicity and Big 5 personality dimensions to
absence, lateness, and supervisory ratings of performance. Human
Reisert, E., & Conte, J. M. (2004).
Relationships between subfactors of Conscientiousness and constructive
and destructive behavioral
of Business and Psychology, 19, 69-84.
Conte, J. M., Ringenbach, K.
L., Moran, S. K., &
Landy, F. L. (2001). Criterion validity evidence for time urgency:
Associations with burnout, organizational commitment, and job
involvement in travel
agents. Applied Human Resource Management Research, 6,
Conte, J. M., Schwenneker, H. H., Dew, A. F., &
Romano, D. M. (2001). The incremental validity of time urgency and
other type A subcomponents in predicting behavioral and health
criteria. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 31,
Conte, J. M., Mathieu, J. E., & Landy, F. J.
(1998). The nomological and predictive validity of time urgency. Journal
of Organizational Behavior, 18, 1-13.
Conte, J. M., Landy, F. J., & Mathieu, J. E.
(1995). Time urgency: Conceptual and construct development. Journal
Applied Psychology, 80, 178-185.
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