Courtney L. Holladay, Ph.D.

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2004 Rice University, Houston, TX 
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Robert Dipboye grad student 2004 Rice University
 (An evaluation of diversity training: Effects of trainer characteristics and training focus.)
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David EM, Holladay CL. (2015) Intervening Mechanisms Between Personality and Turnover: Mediator and Suppressor Effects Journal of Business and Psychology. 30: 137-147
Day JW, Holladay CL, Johnson SK, et al. (2014) Organizational rewards: Considering employee need in allocation Personnel Review. 43: 74-95
Holladay CL, David E, Johnson SK. (2013) Retesting personality in employee selection: implications of the context, sample, and setting. Psychological Reports. 112: 486-501
Johnson SK, Holladay CL, Quinones MA. (2009) Organizational citizenship behavior in performance evaluations: Distributive justice or injustice? Journal of Business and Psychology. 24: 409-418
Holladay CL, Quiñones MA. (2008) The influence of training focus and trainer characteristics on diversity training effectiveness Academy of Management Learning and Education. 7: 343-354
Helm C, Holladay CL, Tortorella FR. (2007) The performance management system: applying and evaluating a pay-for-performance initiative. Journal of Healthcare Management / American College of Healthcare Executives. 52: 49-62; discussion 62
Holladay CL, Quiñones MA. (2005) Reactions to diversity training: An international comparison Human Resource Development Quarterly. 16: 529-545
Halverson SK, Holladay CL, Kazama SM, et al. (2004) Self-sacrificial behavior in crisis situations: The competing roles of behavioral and situational factors Leadership Quarterly. 15: 263-275
Holladay CL, Quiñones MA. (2003) Practice variability and transfer of training: the role of self-efficacy generality. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 88: 1094-103
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