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Methodological Challenges and Advances in Managerial and Organizational Cognition

by Robert Galavan, Kristian Sund and Gerard Hodgkinson Emerald Publishing Limited
Pub Date:
12/2017
ISBN:
9781787436770
Format:
Hbk 368 pages
Price:
AU$133.00 NZ$138.26
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Managerial and organizational cognition has sustained and gained the interest of researchers for over a quarter of a century. This volume takes stock of the methodological accomplishments of the MOC field in recent years, and it sets the agenda for the next phase of its development.

EXPLORING METHODS IN MANAGERIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COGNITION: ADVANCES, CONTROVERSIES, AND CONTRIBUTIONS --áGerard P. Hodgkinson, Robert J. Galavan, and Kristian J. Sund



MODELING AFFECT AND COGNITION: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR MANAGERIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COGNITION --áMark P. Healey, Mercedes Bleda, and Adrien Querbes



AN OPEN-ENDED INTERVIEW APPROACH FOR STUDYING COGNITION AND EMOTION IN ORGANIZATIONS --áTimo O. Vuori



METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN LEADERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMMES: IN PURSUIT OF CAUSALITY --áRobin Martin, Olga Epitropaki, and Laurie OGÇÖBroin



POLICY-CAPTURING: AN INGENIOUS TECHNIQUE FOR EXPLORING THE COGNITIVE BASES OF WORK-RELATED DECISIONS --áKaren Nokes and Gerard P. Hodgkinson



TO GRASP COGNITION IN ACTION, COMBINE BEHAVIORAL EXPERIMENTS WITH PROTOCOL ANALYSIS --áCharlotte Reypens and Sheen S. Levine



CAUSAL MAPPING IN PRACTICE WITH CMAP3 --áMauri Laukkanen



QUANTITATIVE MEASURES OF COGNITIVE MAP STRUCTURE: PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS DERIVED BY MONTE CARLO SIMULATION --áGail P. Clarkson and Mike A. Kelly



RE-EXAMINING WHAT WE GÇ£ANTICIPATEGÇ¥ IN A CONSTRUCTED WORLD --áRobert P. Wright



NEUROSCIENCE METHODS: A FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGERIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL COGNITION --áSebastiano Massaro



HOW DO MANAGERS REALLY THINK? USING THINK ALOUD AND FMRI TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT MANAGERIAL COGNITION --áDaniella Laureiro-Martinez



ROLLING THE DICE: WHAT METHODOLOGICAL CHOICES MAXIMIZE CHANCES FOR PUBLICATION IN PREMIER STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT JOURNALS? --áXinran Wang and Rhonda K. Reger

This volume brings together scholars working in business, management, and other fields in Europe, the US, and China for 12 chapters on new methodological developments in managerial and organizational cognition. They examine computer simulation methods to model the dynamics of affect and cognition in organizations; open-ended interviews; how leadership training interventions can facilitate the development of managers' dual-processing capabilities; policy-capturing; combining behavioral experiments with protocol analysis to capture work-related cognition in action; causal mapping techniques; repertory grid techniques; social neuroscience; think aloud and fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) techniques; and content analysis.