Type of Content: News
Subtype: Call for Papers
Resource Title: Personnel Psychology Call for Papers: Age and Age Differences in the Workplace
Publication Title: Personnel Psychology Special Issue
This Special Issue focuses on mid-life and older adult workers and age-differences in the workplace. The goal is to highlight empirical work that offers insights into research on phenomena related to age at work; proposes and tests new theory; and/or integrates existing work to explain the role of age in employee attitudes, motivation, behavior, well-being, and retirement and how organizations and societies can enhance these outcomes for workers across the lifespan. Studies may use an array of methods including field methodological designs (e.g., longitudinal, multilevel, within-person, qualitative methods, interventions), meta-analyses, and experimental methods.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 1, 2020 DUE TO COVID-19. To be considered for the Special Issue, manuscripts must be submitted between August 1 and August 31, 2020, with a final deadline of August 31, 2020 by 8:00pm U.S. Eastern Standard Time. Papers for this Special Issue cannot be submitted prior to August 1, 2020. Submitted papers will undergo a double-blind review process and will be evaluated by at least two reviewers and a special issue editor. Final acceptance is contingent on the review team’s judgments of the paper’s contributions on four key dimensions:
- Theoretical contribution: Does the article offer new and innovative ideas and insights or meaningfully extend existing theory?
- Empirical contribution: Does the article offer new and unique findings, and are the study design, data analysis, and results rigorous and appropriate in testing the hypotheses or examining the research questions?
- Practical contribution: Does the article contribute to the improved management of people in organizations?
- Contribution to the special issue topic. Does the article contribute to the age in the workplace literature by explaining worker aging and age diversity within the bounds of organizations?
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