Daniel A. Newman
Associate Professor of Psychology
Adverse impact/diversity in HR management (race issues in hiring/admissions, minority recruiting, personality and individual differences);
Employee engagement (Attitude-engagement model; time & change; work withdrawal, citizenship, & performance; job attitudes; personality);
Emotional intelligence (Cascading model, measurement, leadership);
Social networks and levels of analysis (social network contagion, within-group agreement, climate emergence);
Research methods (missing data in longitudinal/multilevel models, survey nonresponse, measurement, Bayesian meta-analysis)
- Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University
Distinctions / Awards
- Elected Division Chair, Research Methods Division, Academy of Management (2,300 members; 5 year chair cycle, 2013-2018)
- Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (2013), School of Labor & Employment Relations, U. of Illinois (awarded to one faculty member per year, selected by students)
- Early Career Achievement Award (2010), Research Methods Division, Academy of Management
- Robert McDonald Advancement of Organizational Research Methodology Award (2010), Research Methods Division, Academy of Management
- Scholarly Achievement Award (2007), Human Resources Division, Academy of Management
- William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement Award (2008), Society for I/O Psychology
- Sage Best Paper Award (2008), Research Methods Division, Academy of Management
- Best Reviewer of the Year (2008), Organizational Research Methods
- Multilevel and Social Network Views of Organizations (Ph.D. Seminar)
- Research Methods (Ph.D. Seminar)
- Organizational Behavior (Ph.D. Seminar)
- Advanced Statistics I & II (Ph.D. Seminars)
- Organizational Psychology
- Human Resource Management
- Hernandez, Ivan, Daniel A. Newman, and Gahyun Jeon. "Twitter analysis: Methods for data management and a word count dictionary to measure city-level job satisfaction." Big Data at Work: The Data Science Revolution and Organizational Psychology. Ed. Scott Tonidandel, Jose Cortina, and Eden King. New York: Routledge, 2015.
- Newman, Daniel A., Kisha S. Jones, R. Chris Fraley, Julie S. Lyon, and Kevin M. Mullaney. "Why minority recruiting doesn’t often work, and what can be done about it: Applicant qualifications and the 4-group model of targeted recruiting." Oxford handbook of recruitment. Ed. Kang Yang Trevor Yu and Daniel M. Cable. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. 492-526.
- Harrison, David A., and Daniel A. Newman. "Absence, lateness, turnover, and retirement: Narrow and broad understandings of withdrawal behavior and behavioral engagement." Handbook of Psychology, Vol. 12, Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Ed. Neal Schmitt and Scott Highhouse. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2013. 262-291.
- Joseph, Dana L., Daniel A. Newman, and Hock-Peng Sin. "Leader-member exchange (LMX) measurement: Evidence for consensus, construct breadth, and discriminant validity." Research methodology in strategy and management . Ed. Donald D. Bergh and David J. Ketchen. London, UK: Emerald, 2011. 89-135.
- Outtz, James L., and Daniel A. Newman. "A theory of adverse impact." Adverse impact: Implications for organizational staffing and high stakes selection. Ed. James L. Outtz. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2010. 53-94.
- Newman, Daniel A., Dana L. Joseph, and Charles L. Hulin. "Job attitudes and employee engagement: Considering the attitude “A-factor”." The handbook of employee engagement: Perspectives, issues, research and practice. Ed. Simon Albrecht. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2010. 43-61.
- Newman, Daniel A. "Missing data techniques and low response rates: The role of systematic nonresponse parameters." Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends: Doctrine, verity, and fable in the organizational and social sciences. Ed. Charles E. Lance and Robert J. Vandenberg. New York: Routledge, 2009. 7-36.
- Grijalva, Emily, Daniel A. Newman, Louis Tay, M. B. Donnellan, P. D. Harms, Richard Robins, and Taiyi Yan. "Gender differences in narcissism: A meta-analytic review." Psychological Bulletin (2015):
- Joseph, Dana L., Jing Jin, Daniel A. Newman, and Ernest H. O'Boyle. "Why does self-reported emotional intelligence predict job performance? A meta-analytic investigation of mixed EI." Journal of Applied Psychology (2015):
- Grijalva, Emily, and Daniel A. Newman. "Narcissism and counterproductive work behavior (CWB): Meta-analysis and consideration of collectivist culture, Big Five personality, and Narcissism’s facet structure." Applied Psychology: An International Review (2015):
- Grijalva, Emily, Peter Harms, Daniel A. Newman, Blaine H. Gaddis, and R. C. Fraley. "Narcissism and leadership: A meta-analytic review of linear and nonlinear relationships." Personnel Psychology (2015):
- Wee, Serena, Daniel A. Newman, and Dana L. Joseph. "More than g: Selection quality and adverse impact implications of considering second-stratum cognitive abilities." Journal of Applied Psychology (2014):
- MacCann, Carolyn, Dana L. Joseph, Daniel A. Newman, and Richard D. Roberts. "Emotional intelligence is a second-stratum factor of intelligence: Evidence from hierarchical and bifactor models." Emotion 14 (2014): 358-374.
- Wang, Wei, Eric J. Neuman, and Daniel A. Newman. "Statistical power of the social network autocorrelation model." Social Networks 38 (2014): 88-99.
- Joseph, Dana L., and Daniel A. Newman. "Emotional intelligence: An integrative meta-analysis and cascading model." Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (2010): 54-78.
- Newman, Daniel A., and Julie S. Lyon. "Recruitment efforts to reduce adverse impact: Targeted recruiting for personality, cognitive ability, and diversity." Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (2009): 298-317.
- Newman, Daniel A., Rick R. Jacobs, and Dave Bartram. "Choosing the best method for local validity estimation: Relative accuracy of meta-analysis vs. a local study vs. Bayes-analysis." Journal of Applied Psychology 92 (2007): 1394-1413.
- Harrison, David A., Daniel A. Newman, and Philip L. Roth. "How important are job attitudes? Meta-analytic comparisons of integrative behavioral outcomes and time sequences." Academy of Management Journal 49 (2006): 305-325.
- Newman, Daniel A. "Longitudinal modeling with randomly and systematically missing data: A simulation of ad hoc, maximum likelihood, and multiple imputation techniques." Organizational Research Methods 6 (2003): 328-362.
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