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M. Huse, Neubaum, D., and Gabrielsson, J., Corporate Innovation and Competitive Environment, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 313-333, 2005.
P. Hurley, Mayhew, B., and Obermire, K., Realigning Auditors’ Accountability: Experimental Evidence, The Accounting Review, 2019.
W. Hung and Yang, J., The MAX Effect: Lottery Stocks with Price Limits and Limits to Arbitrage, Journal of Financial Markets, vol. 41, pp. 77-91, 2018.
M. G. Hughes, Griffith, J. A., Zeni, T. A., Arsenault, M. L., Cooper, O. D., Johnson, G. J., Hardy, J., Connelly, S., and Mumford, M. D., Discrediting in a message board forum: The effects of social support and attacks on expertise and trustworthiness, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 325-341, 2014.
C. Hughen and Mathew, P., The efficiency of international information flow: Evidence from the ETF and CEF Prices, International Review of Financial Analysis, vol. 18, no. 1-2, pp. 40-49, 2009.
C. J. Hughen, Mathew, P., and Ragan, K. P., The Effects of Market Inefficiencies on Trading Strategies for Country Funds, International Journal of Finance, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 2964-84, 2005.
J. C. Hughen, Mathew, P., and Ragan, K., A NAV a Day Keeps the Inefficiency Away? Fund Trading Strategies using Daily Values, Financial Services Review, vol. 14, pp. 213-230, 2005.
A. H. Huffman, Gardner, A., Henning, J. B., Howes, S., and Klinefelter, Z., Work-family challenges of parents of children with autism spectrum disorders, Annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
A. H. Huffman, Olson, K. J., and Howes, S., "This is our house!” Why are I-Os losing at the gender disparity game?, Industrial and Organizational Psychology-Perspectives on Science and Practice, vol. 4, pp. 584-588, 2017.
A. H. Huffman, Howes, S., Payne, S. C., and Castro, C. A., The importance of construct breadth when examining interrole conflict, Educational and Psychological Measurement, vol. 68, pp. 515-530, 2008.
A. H. Huffman, Sanders, A. M., and Howes, S., Work-family research has a public relations problem: Moving from organizational nicety to necessity, Industrial and Organizational Psychology-Perspectives on Science and Practice, vol. 4, pp. 410-413, 2011.
A. H. Huffman, Howes, S., Craddock, E. B., and Klinefelter, Z., Decision-making and exchange processes of dual-military couples: A review and suggested strategies for navigating multiple roles, Military Psychology, vol. 29, no. 1, 2017.
A. H. Huffman, Olson, K. J., Klinefelter, Z., Irving, L. H., and Howes, S., Gender and turnover intentions: Why do women quit work?, Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. Denver, CO, 2016.
A. H. Huffman, Dunbar, N., Klinefelter, Z., and Howes, S., Sharing experiences and stressors at work and at home: A model of work-linked couples., Occupational Health Science, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 157-180, 2018.
A. H. Huffman, Howes, S., and Castro, C. A., Family-friendly environments and U.S. Army soldier performance and work outcomes, Military Psychology, vol. 20, pp. 253-270, 2008.
A. H. Huffman, Payne, S. C., Koehly, L. M., Howes, S., and Castro, C. A., Examining time demands and work-family conflict on psychological distress, vol. 2, pp. 26-32, 2014.
A. H. Huffman, Howes, S., Wayment, H. A., and Irving, L., Resource replacement and psychological well-being during unemployment: The role of family support, Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol. 89, pp. 74-82, 2015.
A. H. Huffman, Howes, S., Henning, J. B., and Goh, A., Work-family conflict across the lifespan, Journal of Managerial Psychology, vol. 28, pp. 761-780, 2013.
A. H. Huffman, Howes, S., and Barbour, J., Gender roles in a masculine occupation: Understanding how men and women in the military differentially negotiate the work-family interface, 2015, pp. 271-290.
A. I. Huffcutt, Howes, S., and Weyhrauch, W. S., Multi-stage artifact correction: An illustration with structured employment interviews, Industrial and Organizational Psychology-Perspectives on Science and Practice, vol. 7, pp. 548-553, 2014.
A. I. Huffcutt, Howes, S., and Riforgiate, S., Functional forms of competence: Interviewing, 2015, pp. 431-448.
A. I. Huffcutt, Morbidelli, A. S., Stravinskaite, E., and Howes, S., Response delays in behavior description interview (BDI) responding, Annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL, 2016.
A. I. Huffcutt, Howes, S., and Goebl, A. P., The interactive influence of ambition and sociability on performance in a behavior description interview, Personnel Assessment and Decisions, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 30-36, 2015.
A. I. Huffcutt, Howes, S., and Weyhrauch, W. S., Employment interview reliability: New meta-analytic estimates by structure and format, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, vol. 21, pp. 264-276, 2013.
A. H. Huffcutt, Goebl, A. P., and Howes, S., The engine is important, but the driver is essential: The case for executive functioning, Industrial and Organizational Psychology-Perspectives on Science and Practice, vol. 5, pp. 183-186, 2012.
A. I. Huffcutt, Howes, S., Goebl, A. P., and Toidze, I., The Influence of Cognitive Ability on Interviewee Performance in Traditional versus Relaxed Behavior Description Interview Formats, European Management Journal, vol. 35, pp. 383-387, 2017.
A. I. Huffcutt, Howes, S., and Weyhrauch, W. S., Moving forward indirectly: Reanalyzing the validity of employment interviews with indirect range restriction methodology, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, vol. 22, pp. 297-309, 2014.
A. Huff, Commercial Elder Care: Implications for Consumer Research and Public Policy, Academic Consumer Interest Research in Policy Making. Toronto, 2012.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., (Re)Assembling Family: An Examination of How Senior Families 'Do' Family, Consumer Culture Theory 2015 Conference. University of Arkansas, 2015.
A. Huff, Brouard, M., Belkir, M., Brunk, K., Dalmoro, M., Ferriera, M. Christina, Figueirdo, B., Scaraboto, D., Sibai, O., and Smith, A., Isolation in Globalizing Academic Fields: A Collaborative Autoethnography of Early Career Researchers, Academy of Management Learning and Education, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 261-285, 2019.
A. Huff and Wilner, S. J. S., Focus on the Form, Forget about the Function: Marketplaces for Illicit Products, AMA Winter Educator's Conference. San Antonio, TX, 2015.
A. Huff, The Ambivalent Role of Adult Siblings in Family Decisions about Elder Care, Consumer Culture Theory. Chicago, 2011.
A. Huff, Humphreys, A., and Wilner, S. J. S., The Pot Problem: The Role of Design in Legitimation of New Markets, in American Marketing Association 2016 Winter Educators' Proceedings, 2016, pp. D10-11.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., Consumers, Culture, Marketing Strategy, and Market Systems: Integrating Marketing Research and Firearms Studies, New York: , 2019.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., Using the Marketplace to Reconceptualize Motherhood, Association for Consumer Research. Vancouver, 2012.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., Assembling Safety in an Armed America, Oregon Marketing Research Symposium. Eugene, Oregon, 2017.
A. Huff, Wilner, S. J. S., and Humphreys, A., The Pot Problem: The Role of Design in Legitimation of New Markets, American Marketing Association 2016 Winter Educators' Conference. Las Vegas, 2016.
A. Huff, Barnhart, M., McAlexander, B., and McAlexander, J., Consumers' Assemblages of Fear and Safety with Firearms: Obstacles to Addressing Gun Violence in an Armed America, in Association for Consumer Research, San Diego, CA, 2017, vol. 45, pp. 675-676.
A. Huff, Buying the Girlfriend Experience: An Exploration of the Consumption Experiences of Male Customers of Escorts, Consumer Culture Theory. Chicago, 2011.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., The Evolving Family Assemblage: How Senior Families 'Do' Family, European Journal of Marketing, vol. 50, no. 5/6, pp. 892-915, 2016.
A. Huff and Wilner, S., Focus on the Form, Forget the Function: The Legitimization of Illicit Products through Design, Consumer Culture Theory. Tucson, 2013.
A. Huff, Consumers, Culture, Strategy, and Market Systems: Integrating Marketing Research and Firearms Studies, Gun Studies Symposium. University of Arizona, 2017.
A. Huff, Barnhart, M., McAlexander, B., and McAlexander, J., Addressing the Wicked Problem of American Gun Violence: Consumer Interest Groups as Macro-social Marketers, Journal of Macromarketing, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 393-408, 2017.
A. Huff and Cotte, J., The Ambivalent Role of Adult Siblings in Family Decisions about Elder Care, Association for Consumer Research. St Louis, 2011.
A. Huff, Reaching Out and Building Up: Making Theoretical Contributions to Substantive Domains. Odense, Denmark, 2018.
A. Huff and Wilner, S., Focus on the Form, Forget the Function: The Legitimization of Illicit Products through Design, Association for Consumer Research. 2013.
A. Huff, Humphreys, A., and Wilner, S. J. S., Legitimacy and the Politics of Things, Consumer Culture Theory 2018. Odense, Denmark, 2018.
A. Huff and Barnhart, M., Why Trump's Idea to Arm Teachers May Miss the Mark. 2018.
A. Huff, Buying the Girlfriend Experience: An Exploration of the Consumption Experiences of Male Customers of Escorts, Association for Consumer Research. St Louis, 2011.
A. Huff, Humphreys, A., and Wilner, S., Expressive Materiality and the Making of Markets: Insights from the U.S. Cannabis Market, in American Marketing Association Winter Educators' Conference 2019, 2018, vol. 30.

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