Andrea F. Snell

Psychology-Industrial/Organizational University of Akron, Akron, OH, United States 
Industrial Psychology, Aging, Developmental Psychology
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Hill SC, Snell AF, Sterns HL. (2015) Career Influences in Bridge Employment Among Retired Police Officers. International Journal of Aging & Human Development
Yoder JD, Snell AF, Tobias A. (2012) Balancing multicultural competence with social justice: Feminist beliefs and optimal psychological functioningψ Counseling Psychologist. 40: 1101-1132
Yoder JD, Tobias A, Snell AF. (2011) When Declaring "I am a Feminist" Matters: Labeling is Linked to Activism Sex Roles. 64: 9-18
Nakai Y, Chang B, Snell AF, et al. (2011) Profiles of mature job seekers: Connecting needs and desires to work characteristics Journal of Organizational Behavior. 32: 155-172
Elicker JD, Snell AF, O'Malley AL. (2010) Do student perceptions of diversity emphasis relate to perceived learning of psychology? Teaching of Psychology. 37: 36-40
Elicker JD, Thompson MN, Snell AF, et al. (2009) A Training Framework and Follow-up Observations for Multiculturally Inclusive Teaching: Is Believing That We Are Emphasizing Diversity Enough? Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. 2: 63-77
Steelman LA, Levy PE, Snell AF. (2004) The feedback environment scale: Construct definition, measurement, and validation Educational and Psychological Measurement. 64: 165-184
Graham KE, Mcdaniel MA, Douglas EF, et al. (2002) Biodata validity decay and score inflation with faking: Do item attributes explain variance across items? Journal of Business and Psychology. 16: 573-592
Hall RJ, Snell AF, Foust MS. (1999) Item parceling strategies in sem: Investigating the subtle effects of un modeled secondary constructs Organizational Research Methods. 2: 233-256
Snell AF, Sydell EJ, Lueke SB. (1999) Towards a Theory of Applicant Faking: Integrating Studies of Deception Human Resource Management Review. 9: 219-242
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