Nathan T Carter
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Testing whether the DSM-5 personality disorder trait model can be measured with a reduced set of items: An item response theory investigation of the Personality Inventory for …
JL Maples, NT Carter, LR Few, C Crego, WL Gore, DB Samuel, ...
Psychological Assessment 27 (4), 1195, 2015
A test of the International Personality Item Pool representation of the Revised NEO Personality Inventory and development of a 120-item IPIP-based measure of the five-factor model.
JL Maples, L Guan, NT Carter, JD Miller
Psychological assessment 26 (4), 1070, 2014
Declines in trust in others and confidence in institutions among American adults and late adolescents, 1972–2012
JM Twenge, WK Campbell, NT Carter
Psychological science 25 (10), 1914-1923, 2014
Psychopathy and Machiavellianism: A distinction without a difference?
JD Miller, CS Hyatt, JL Maples‐Keller, NT Carter, DR Lynam
Journal of personality 85 (4), 439-453, 2017
Attitudes toward women’s work and family roles in the United States, 1976–2013
K Donnelly, JM Twenge, MA Clark, SK Shaikh, A Beiler-May, NT Carter
Psychology of Women Quarterly 40 (1), 41-54, 2016
Placing job characteristics in context: Cross-temporal meta-analysis of changes in job characteristics since 1975
LA Wegman, BJ Hoffman, NT Carter, JM Twenge, N Guenole
Journal of Management 44 (1), 352-386, 2018
Growing a growth mindset: Characterizing how and why undergraduate students’ mindsets change
LB Limeri, NT Carter, J Choe, HG Harper, HR Martin, A Benton, EL Dolan
International Journal of STEM Education 7, 1-19, 2020
The downsides of extreme conscientiousness for psychological well‐being: The role of obsessive compulsive tendencies
NT Carter, L Guan, JL Maples, RL Williamson, JD Miller
Journal of personality 84 (4), 510-522, 2016
Uncovering Curvilinear Relationships Between Conscientiousness and Job Performance: How Theoretically Appropriate Measurement Makes an Empirical Difference
NT Carter, DK Dalal, AS Boyce, MS O'Connell, MC Kung, KM Delgado
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2013
Reconnecting with the spirit of workplace ethnography: A historical review
MJ Zickar, NT Carter
Organizational Research Methods 13 (2), 304-319, 2010
Using item response theory to develop a 60-item representation of the NEO PI–R using the International Personality Item Pool: Development of the IPIP–NEO–60
JL Maples-Keller, RL Williamson, CE Sleep, NT Carter, WK Campbell, ...
Journal of personality assessment 101 (1), 4-15, 2019
Time period, generational, and age differences in tolerance for controversial beliefs and lifestyles in the United States, 1972–2012
JM Twenge, NT Carter, WK Campbell
Social Forces 94 (1), 379-399, 2015
Negatively worded items negatively impact survey research
DK Dalal, NT Carter
More statistical and methodological myths and urban legends, 112-132, 2014
Impact of euthanasia rates, euthanasia practices, and human resource practices on employee turnover in animal shelters
SG Rogelberg, CL Reeve, C Spitzmüller, N DiGiacomo, OL Clark, ...
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 230 (5), 713-719, 2007
Euthanasia-related strain and coping strategies in animal shelter employees
BE Baran, JA Allen, SG Rogelberg, C Spitzmüller, NA DiGiacomo, ...
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 235 (1), 83-88, 2009
What shelters can do about euthanasia-related stress: An examination of recommendations from those on the front line
SG Rogelberg, N DiGiacomo, CL Reeve, C Spitzmüller, OL Clark, ...
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 10 (4), 331-347, 2007
Validation of the Narcissistic Grandiosity Scale and creation of reduced item variants.
M Crowe, NT Carter, WK Campbell, JD Miller
Psychological Assessment 28 (12), 1550, 2016
Implications of Observability for the Theory and Measurement of Emergent Team Phenomena
NT Carter, DR Carter, LA DeChurch
Journal of Management, 2015
The quandary of covarying: A brief review and empirical examination of covariate use in structural neuroimaging studies on psychological variables
CS Hyatt, MM Owens, ML Crowe, NT Carter, DR Lynam, JD Miller
Neuroimage 205, 116225, 2020
Age, time period, and birth cohort differences in self-esteem: Reexamining a cohort-sequential longitudinal study.
JM Twenge, NT Carter, WK Campbell
Journal of personality and social psychology 112 (5), e9, 2017
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