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Meyer, R. D., Kelly, E. D., & Bowling, N. A. (in press). Situational strength theory: A formalized conceptualization of a popular idea. In J. F. Rauthamnn, R. Sherman, & D. C. Funder (Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Psychological Situations. Oxford, UP. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190263348.013.7


Meyer, R. D. & Schoen, J. B. (2017). Conditional reasoning. Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences.

*Wiita, N. E., Meyer, R. D., *Kelly, E. D., & Collins, B. J. (2017). Not Aggressive or Just Faking It? Examining Faking and Faking Detection on the Conditional Reasoning Test of Aggression. Organizational Research Methods, 1094428117703685.


Meyer, R. D. (2015). Taxonomy of situations and their measurement. Oxford Handbooks Online.

Meyer, R. D., Kanfer, R., & *Burrus, C. (2015). 8 Improving motivation and performance among frontline healthcare workers in rural India. Humanitarian Work Psychology and the Global Development Agenda: Case Studies and Interventions, 100.

Bowling, N. A., Khazon, S., Meyer, R. D., & *Burrus, C. J. (2015). Situational strength as a moderator of the relationship between job satisfaction and job performance: A meta-analytic examination. Journal of Business and Psychology, 30(1), 89-104.

Dalal, R. S., Meyer, R. D., *Bradshaw, R. P., Green, J. P., *Kelly, E. D., & Zhu, M. (2015). Personality strength and situational influences on behavior: A conceptual review and research agenda. Journal of Management, 41(1), 261-287.


Collins, B. J., *Burrus, C. J., & Meyer, R. D. (2014). Gender differences in the impact of leadership styles on subordinate embeddedness and job satisfaction. The leadership quarterly, 25(4), 660-671.

Meyer, R. D., Mumford, T. V., *Burrus, C. J., Campion, M. A., & James, L. R. (2014). Selecting null distributions when calculating rwg: A tutorial and review. Organizational Research Methods, 17(3), 324-345.

Meyer, R. D., Dalal, R. S., José, I. J., Hermida, R., Chen, T. R., Vega, R. P., Brooks, C. K., & Khare, V. P. (2014). Measuring job-related situational strength and assessing its interactive effects with personality on voluntary work behavior. Journal of Management, 40(4), 1010-1041. Situational Strength at Work (SSW) Scale

McAbee, S. T., Oswald, F. L., King, E. B., Allen, T. D., Stark, S., Converse, P. D., Eby, L. T., Leslie, L. M., Meyer, R. D., Rogelberg, S. G., & Yang, L. Q. (2014). Including Science Advocacy in Industrial–Organizational Curriculum. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 7(1), 61-65.


James, L. R., & Meyer, R. D. (2012). How organizational climates reflect the motives of those in power. Politics in organizations: Theory and research considerations, 257-285.

Dalal, R., & Meyer, R. D (2012). The implications of situational strength for HRM. The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management: Thematic Essays, 298-306.


Meyer, R. D., Dalal, R. S., & Bonaccio, S. (2009). A meta‐analytic investigation into the moderating effects of situational strength on the conscientiousness–performance relationship. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 30(8), 1077-1102.

Meyer, R. D., & Dalal, R. S. (2009). Situational strength as a means of conceptualizing context. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2(1), 99-102.

Meyer, R. D. (2009). Defining the nature and structure of work situations (Doctoral dissertation, Purdue University).