Publications

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  • Bell, B., Tannenbaum, S., Ford, J.K., Noe, R.A., & Kraiger, K.

    100 Years of training and development research: What we know and where we should go

    2017, Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Ryan, A.M., & Ford, J.K.

    A Profession awry or poised for the Future. Industrial and Organizational Psychology

    2010, Perspectives on Science and Practice
  • Baldwin, T.P., Ford, J.K., & Naquin, S.S.

    Managing transfer before learning begins: Enhancing the motivation to improve work through learning

    2001, Advances in Developing Human Resources, 8: 23-35
  • Ford, J.K., Smith, E.M., Weissbein, D.A., Gully, S., & Salas, E.

    Relationships of goal orientation, metacognitive activity, and pracdtice strategies with learning outcomes and transfer

    2001, Journal of Applied Psychology
  • Schmidt, A., & Ford, J.K.

    Learning within a Learner Control Training Environment: The Interactive Effects of Goal Orientation and Metacognitive Instruction on Learning Outcomes

    2003, Personnel Psychology, 56: 405-430
  • Ford, J.K., Weissbein, D., & Plammondon, K.

    Distinguishing organizational commitment from strategy commitment: Linking officer commitment to community policing to work behaviors and job satisfaction

    2003, Justice Quarterly, 20: 159-185
  • Yelon, S., Sheppard, L, Sleight, D., & Ford, J.K.

    Intention to transfer: How do autonomous professionals become motivated to use new ideas?

    2004, Performance Improvement Quarterly, 17: 82-103
  • Ford, J.K.

    Building capability throughout a change effort: leading the transformation of a police agency to community policing

    2007, American Journal of Community Psychology, 39: 321–334
  • Bell, B., & Ford, J.K.

    Reactions to skill assessment: the forgotten factor in explaining motivation to learn

    2007, Human Resource Development Quarterly, 18: 33-62
  • Ford, J.K., & Ruchi, S.

    Advances in the research and practice of training evaluation.

    2008, C. Cooper (Ed.). Handbook of Personnel Psychology. Oxford University Press. 291-315
  • Ford, J.K.

    Transforming our models of learning and development: How far do we go?

    2008, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 1: 468-471
  • Mothersell, W., Moore, M., Ford, J.K., & Farrell, J.

    Transforming human resources in state government: Developing human resource leaders in the State of Michigan

    2008, Public Personnel Management
  • Baldwin, T., Ford, J.K., & Blume, B.

    Transfer of training 1998-2008: An updated review and agenda for future research

    2009, G. Hodgkinson & J.K. Ford (Eds.) International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Chichester, England: John Wiley
  • Ford, J.K., Kraiger, K., & Merritt, S.

    The multidimensionality of learning outcomes revisited

    2010, S.W.J. Kozlowski and E. Salas (Eds.). Learning, training, and development in organizations 135-165
  • Blume, B., Ford, J.K., Baldwin, T., & Huang, J.

    Transfer of training: A meta-analytic review

    2010, Journal of Management
  • Foster-Fishman, P., & Ford, J.K.

    Improving service delivery and effectiveness: taking an organizational learning approach to consulting

    2010, S. McMahon & J. Viola (eds.), Consulting and evaluation with nonprofit and community based organizations 265-282
  • Baldwin, T., Ford, J.K., & Blume, B.

    The state of transfer of training research: Moving towards a more consumer-centric inquiry

    2017, Human Resource Development Quarterly
  • Ryan, A.M. & Ford, J.K.

    Organizational Psychology and the TIpping Point of Professional Identity

    2010, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice
  • Weissbein, D.A., Huang, J.L., Ford, J.K., & Schmidt, A.M.

    Influencing Learning States to Enhance Trainee Motivation and Improve Training Transfer

    2011, Journal of Business Psychology
  • Ford, J.K., Yelon, S., & Billington, A.

    How Much is Transferred from Training to the Job? The 10% Delusion as a Catalyst for Thinking about Transfer

    2011
  • Huang, J.L, & Ford, J.K.

    Driving Locus of Control and Driving Behaviors: Inducing CHange through Driver Training

    2012, Transportation Research
  • Ford, J.K., & Foster-Fishman, P.

    Organizational Development and Change: Linking Research from the Profit, NonProfit, and Public Sectors

    2012
  • Ford, J.K., Kozlowski, S.W.J., & Ryan, A.M

    Solutions in search of the problem: Innovation, flexibility, and graduate education

    2013, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 7: 47-53
  • Ford, J.K., Yelon, S., & Billington, A.

    How much is transferred from training to the job? The ten percent delusion as a catalyst for thinking about transfer

    2013, Performance Improvement Quarterly, 24: 7-24
  • Yelon, S., Ford, J.K., & Golden, S.

    Transfer over time: Stories about transfer yearrs after training

    2013
  • Ford, J.K., & Meyer, T.

    Advances in training technology: Meeting the workpalce challenges of talent development, deep specialization, and collaborative learning

    2013
  • Yelon, S., Ford, J.K., & Bhatia, S.

    How trainees transfer what they have learned: Toward a taxonomy of use

    2014, Performance Improvement Quarterly, 27: 27-52
  • Yelon, S.L., Ford, J.K., & Anderson, W.A.

    Twelve tips for increasing transfer of training from faculty development programs

    2014, Medical Teacher
  • Huang, J.L, Blume, B., Ford, J.K., & Baldwin, T.P.

    A tale of two transfers: Disentangling maximum and typical transfer and their respective predictors

    2015, Journal of Business and Psychology
  • Huang, J.L., Ford, J.K., & Ryan, A.M.

    Ignored no more: Within-person variability enables better understanding of training transfer

    2016, Personnel Psychology
  • Yelon, S. & Ford, J.K.

    Four cases of transfer leading to accomplishment

    2016, Performance Improvement Quarterly, 29: 201-230
  • Ford, J.K., & Schmidt, A.

    Training in emergency preparedness: Strategies for enhancing real world performance

    2001, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75: 195-215