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PUBLICATIONS AND CURRENT WORK USING



ADAPTION
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PUBLICATIONS BY M.J. KIRTON

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PUBLISHED WORKS BY OTHER SCHOLARS

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PUBLICATIONS BY M.J. KIRTON

1.

Adaptors and Innovators: A Description and Measure.
Journal of Applied Psychology
, 1976,
61

622
-
629.

2.

Kirton Adaption
-
Innovation Inv
entory (KAl)

-

Manual. 3rd Edition. KAI Distribution Centre, U.K.,
1999 (reprinted with amendments 2005)

3.

KAI Manual
-

Slovak Language Supplement
. Maxman: Bratislava, 1992. (Translated by M.
Kubes).

4.

KAI Manual
-

Italian Language Supplement
. KAI Centre,

Italy, 1995. (Translated by G Prato
Previde).

5.

Adaptors and Innovators and Superior
-
Subordinate Identification
Psychological Reports
, 1977,
41

289
-
290

6.

Have Adaptors and Innovators Equal Levels of Creativity?
Psychological Reports
, 1978,
42

695
-
698

7.

Adaptor
s and Innovators in Culture Clash.
Current Anthropology
, 1978,
19

611
-
612

8.

Field Dependence and Adaption
-
Innovation Theories.
Perceptual and Motor Skills
, 1978,
47

1239
-
1245

9.

Adaptors and Innovators in Organizations.
Human Relations
, 1980,
3

213
-
224

10.

Adapto
rs and Innovators: The Way People Approach Problems.
Planned Innovation
, 1980,
3

51
-
54

11.

Levels of Self Actualization of Adaptors and Innovators.
Psychological Reports
, 1980,
46

1321
-
1322 (M.J.KIRTON & S. HAMMOND).

12.

The Kirton Adaption
-
Innovation Inventory
: A Reply to Mulligan & Martin.
Psychological Reports
,
1980,
46

950.

13.

Styles of Creativity. Test
-
score correlations between the Kirton Adaption
-
Innovation Inventory and
the Myers
-
Briggs Type Indicator.
Psychological Reports
, 1982,
50

31
-
36 (G.C. CARNE & M
.J.
KIRTON).

14.

The Adaption
-
Innovation Continuum, Occupational Type and Course Selection.
Psychological
Reports
, 1982,
51

883
-
886 (M.J. KIRTON & S.R. PENDER).

15.

Adaption
-
Innovation: A Theory of Organizational Creativity. In S.S. Gryskiewicz, J.T. Shields, &
W.H. Drath (eds.),
Selected Reading in Creativity
. Greensboro, N.C.: Center for Creative
Leadership, 1983, 215
-
224.

16.

Adaptors and Innovators: Why New Initiatives Get Blocked.
Long Range Planning
, 1984,
17
,
137
-
143. (Reprinted in Hellriegel & Slocum (eds.
),
Companion to Organisational Behaviour
, West
Publishing and Richards, M.D. (ed.),
Readings in Management
, South
-
Western Publishing Co.,
1986.

17.

Adaptors, Innovators and Paradigm Consistency.
Psychological Reports
, 1985,
57

487
-
490.

18.

Personal and Group Esti
mates of the Kirton Inventory Scores.
Psychological Reports
, 1985,
57

1067
-
1070. (M.J. KIRTON & Rosalyn McCARTHY).

19.

Cognitive Style and Personality: The Kirton Adaption
-
Innovation and Cattell's Sixteen Personality
Factor Inventories.
Personality and Indiv
idual Differences
, 1986,
7

141
-
146 (M.J. KIRTON & S.M.
de CIANTIS).

20.

Adaptors and Innovators: Cognitive Style and Personality. In S.G. Isaksen (ed.),
Frontiers of
Creativity Research: Beyond the Basics

(282
-
304). Buffalo, New York: Bearly Ltd, 1987.

21.

Adapto
rs and Innovators: Problem Solvers in Organisations
, in K. Gronhaug & G. Kaufmann (ed.),
Innovation: A cross
-
disciplinary perspective
. Norwegian Press/Oxford University Press, 1987.


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22.

Reply to R.L. Payne's article: 'Individual Differences and Performance am
ongst R & D Personnel'.
R & D Management
, 1987
17
, 163
-
166

23.

Cognitive Climate and Organizations.
Journal of Occupational Psychology
, 1988,
61

175
-
184
(M.J. KIRTON & Rosalyn McCARTHY).

24.

Adaptors and Innovators: Styles of Creativity and Problem
-
Solving
. Rout
ledge, London: 1989.
(For the Goldsmith, Schroder, Foxall and van der Molen chapters, see below. Also Kirton: A
Theory of Cognitive Style; Adaptors and Innovators at Work; Kirton & de Ciantis: Cognitive Style in
Organisational Climate.)

25.

Cognitive Style
and Alcoholics: A comment on Robertson et al.
Psychological Reports
, 1989,
65

456
-
458

26.

Italian Entrepreneurs: a Surprise Result, 1990.(G. PRATO PREVIDE & M. J. KIRTON)
www.kaicentre.com/articles&notes

27.

Adaptors and Innovators: Preference for Educational Pr
ocedures.
Journal of Psychology
, 1991,
125

(4) 445
-
455 (M.J. KIRTON, A.J. BAILEY & J.W. GLENDINNING).

28.

Faking Personality Questionnaires: A Response to Furnham.
Current Psychology: Research &
Reviews
, Winter 1991,
10

(4) 315
-
317

29.

A Velvet Comment on the
Level
-
Style Debate: A Response to Arbet.
Studia Psychologica
, 1992,
34

4
-
5

30.

The Relationship between Cognitive Style and Psychological Climate: some comments on the
article by Isaksen & Kaufmann.
Studia Psychologica
, 1994,
36

129
-
135 (R.G. CLAPP & M.J.

KIRTON).

31.

Further Evidence for the Independence of Adaptive
-
Innovative (A
-
I) Cognitive Style from National
Culture.
Personality & Individual Differences
, 1995,
19
, (3) 393
-
396. (TULLETT, A.D. & M.J.
KIRTON).

32.

A New look at Problem Solvers.
Rail Bulleti
n
. 1995,
6

18.
Network
, 1995
[
anonymous

REVIEWS]

33.

A Psychometric Re
-
Examination of Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle Construct: A Separation of
Level, Style and Process.
Journal of

Educational and Psychological Measurement
,

1996,
56

(5)
809
-
820.
(
de CIAN
TIS
, S.M.,

& M.J. KIRTON)

34.

Adaption
-
Innovation: In the Context of Diversity and Change
, Routledge, 2003

35.

Problem Solving, Creativity and the Level
-
Style Distinction, in
Perspectives on the Nature of
Intellectual Styles
, Zhang, Li
-
fang & Sternberg, R.J. 137
-
168, Springer, New York 2009

(
JABLOKOW
, Kathryn
& M.J. KIRTON)

36.

Addressing the Need for Problem
-
Solving and Creativity by Integrating Adaption
-
Innovation Theory
with L
eadership Competencies Theory.
The Journal of Current Research in Global Business,

2012.
15

(24),

1
-
19.

(TUBBS, S.L., JABLOKOW,
Kathry
n and M.J. KIRTON)


PUBLISHED WORKS BY OTHER SCHOLARS


1.

ADAMS, Carolyn E, Innovative Behavior in Nurse Executives.
Nursing Management
, 1993,
25
,
(5), 44
-
50.

2.

The Impact of Problem Solving Styles of Nurse Ex
ecutives and Executive Officers on Tenure.
The Journal of Nursing Administration
, December 1993,
23
, (12), 38
-
43.

3.

The Impact of Problem
-
Solving Styles of NE
-
CEO Pairs on Nurse Executive Effectiveness.
The
Journal of Nursing Administration
, November 1994,

24
, (11), 17
-
22.


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4.

ARBET, L., Reflexions on Creativity.
Studia Psychologica
, 1991,
33

(3
-
4), 175
-
180.
REPLY


see Kirton

5.

AXTON, Carole & BURNEY
-
BANFIELD, Sue. The Hand that Rocks the Rat: A Preferred
Working Style of Animal Technicians. Paper for the
"A
nimals in Science. Perspectives on their
Use, Care and Welfare" conference
, Monash University, 1995.

6.

BAGOZZI, R.P.& FOXALL, G.R. Construct Validity and Generalizability of the KAI.
European
Journal of Personality
, 1995,
9

(227) 1
-
23

7.

BEENE, J.M.,
Self Ac
tualisation and Anxiety
. From: Symposium "The Role of Anxiety in Self
Actualisation" presented at the
3lst Annual Convention of the South Western Psychological
Association
, April 18
-
20, 1985.

8.

BEENE, J.M. & ZELHART, P.F., Factor Analysis of the Kirton Adap
tion
-
Innovation Inventory.
Perceptual & Motor Skills
, 1988,
66
, 667
-
671.

9.

BHATE, Seema, Cognitive Style Differences and their Impact on Responses to message
Sources
Marketing Intelligence and Planning
, MCB University Press, 1999
17

(6) 280
-
287

10.

BLISSETT, So
nia E. & McGRATH, R.E., The Relationship between Creativity and Interpersonal
Problem
-
Solving Skills in Adults.
Journal of Creative Behavior
, 1996
30

(3) 173
-
182.

11.

BOBIC, M. & DAVIS, E. & CUNNINGHAM R., The Kirton Adaption
-
Innovation Inventory


Validity

Issues, Practical Questions.
Review of Public Personnel Administration
, Spring 1999

xix

(2) 18
-
31

12.

BOBIC, M. & DAVIS, E. A kind word for theory X: or why so many newfangled management
techniques quickly fail.
Journal of Public Administration Research and T
heory
, 2003
13

(3) 239
-
264

13.

BRINKMAN, D.J., Problem Finding, Creativity Style and the Musical Compositions of High
School Students,
Journal of Creative Behaviour

1999,
33

(1) 62
-
68

14.

BRODEUR, Cheri, W, Kirton’s Adaption
-
Innovation Theory: a critique of a grou
p theory found in
clinical psychology that could improve the management of team diversity in all disciplines.
Presented at Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research (INgroup)conference:

http://comm.research.arizona.edu/cgi
-
bin/ingroup/list_docs.cgi?2007

2007

15.

Reducing Conflict and Increasing Productivity within International Extension and Agricultural
Teams using Kirton’s Adaption
-
Innovation (KAI) Theory. Presented at Ass
ociation for
International Agricultural and Extension Education (.
A.I.E.E). Proceedings of the 23
rd

Annual
Meeting
.
http://www.aiaee.org/2007/papers.htm


2007

16.

BUFFINGTON, K.W., JABLOKOW, KATHRYN W. &
MARTIN, KATHLEEN A., Project Team
Dynamics and Cognitive Style.
Engineering Management Journal
,
14

(3) September 2002 25
-
32



17.

BUTTNER, E. Holly & GRYSKIEWICZ, Nur, Entrepreneurs' Problem
-
Solving Styles: An
Empirical Study Using the Kirton Adaption/Innova
tion Theory.
Journal of Small Business
Management
, 1993,
31

(1), 22
-
31.

18.

BUTTNER, E. Holly & GRYSKIEWICZ, Nur and HIDOR, C. Suzanne, The Relationship between
Styles of Creativity and Managerial Skills Assessment.
British Journal of Management
, 1999
10

228
-
238.

19.

CALVIN, J.R., Adaptive and Innovative Leadership
-
Capacity through Reflective Practice
Research.
Futures Research Quarterly
, 1996,
12

(3) 63
-
76.

20.

CALVIN, J.R., Leadership Diversity.
Working Together

213
-
225


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21.

CAPOBIANCO, S. & MOORE, Stacey, The Relations
hip between Five
-
Factor Personality
Characteristics and the Adaption
-
Innovation Cognitive Style. Abstract of Paper presented at the
American Psychological
Society Annual Conference, Washington, DC,. 1994

22.

CAPOBIANCO, S. & SUTHERLAND
-
GREEN, Lynne, Leadershi
p Effectiveness and the
Adaption
-
Innovation Cognitive Style. Abstract of Paper presented at the
American Psychological
Society Convention
, June 1993

23.

C
HAMBERLAIN
, G.P.,
Understanding Str
a
tegy
.
geoff.chamberlain@understandingstrategy.com

2010

24.

CHILTON, M.A. & HARDGRAVE, W.C., Cognitive Style, the Work Environment, and Strain: the
case of object
-
oriented developers,
Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS)
,
2001

25.

CHILTON, M.A.,
HARDGR
AVE, W.C.

& ARMSTRONG, Deborah J.,

Person
-
Job cognitive style
fit for software developers,
Journal of Management Information Systems
, 2005
22

(2) 193
-
226.

26.

The Cognitive Environment Among IT Workers, in Niederman, F., and Ferratt, T. (eds.),
IT
Workers, Hum
an Capital Issues in a Knowledge
-
Based Environment
, 2005 105
-
135

27.

CHURCH, A.H & WACLAWSKI, Janine, The Relationship between Individual Personality
Orientation and Executive Leadership Behaviour
Journal of Occupational and Organizational
Psychology
, 1998,
71
, 99
-
125.

28.

CONNOLLY, N. The Effect of Cognitive Style on Intra Group Collaboration,
American Academy
of Management
, 2006.

29.

CONNOLLY, N. & O’HIGGINS, E. Cognitive Styles and Problem Solving: Finding the Balance,
Irish Academy of Management
, 2005
.

30.

de CIANTIS,
S.M., Management Style and Thinking Style. In W.J. Reddin (ed),
Effective
Management
, McGraw
-
Hill, 1987.

31.

CLAPP, R.G., The Fate of Ideas that Aim to Stimulate Change in a Large Organisation.
Teorie
Vedy (Theory of Science)
, 1990,
1

(2), 53
-
60.

32.

The Stabili
ty of Cognitive Style in Adults: A Longitudinal Study of the KAI.
Psychological
Reports
, 1993,
73
, 1235
-
1245.

33.

Individual Style and its Affect on Safe Working Behaviour.
Rail Bulletin
, June/July 95, 46
-
47.

34.

CLAPP, R.G. & de CIANTIS, S.M., Adaption
-
Innovat
ion in Large Organizations: Does Cognitive
Style Characterize Actual Behavior of Employees at Work? An exploratory study.
Psychological
Reports
, 1989,
65
, 503
-
513.

35.

COX, C.J. & COOPER, C.L.,
High Flyers: An Anatomy of Managerial Success

(see especially
Ch
apter 8). London: Basil Blackwell Ltd., 1988.

36.

CUTRIGHT, Pamela S, Predicting Adaption
-
Innovation Styles: Selected Demographic
Characteristics & the KAI Inventory.
Perceptual and Motor Skills
, 1990,
70

173
-
174

37.

CUTRIGHT, Pamela S. & MARTORANA, S.V., Compos
ing Advisory Committees for
Community
-
Based Adult Education.
Community College Review
, 1989,
17

(2), 34
-
40.

38.

van DAALEN, H.J. & van NIEKERK, E.C., Adaption
-
Innovation and Third World
Entrepreneurship.
Southern African Journal for Entrepreneurship and Smal
l Business
, 1990,
2

(I), 1
-
6.

39.

DeFRANCO, Joanna, JABLOKOW, Kathryn, GORDON, A., & BILEN, S. The Impact of Cognitive
Style on Concept Mapping: Visualizing Variations in the Structure of Ideas.
Proceedings of the
ASEE 2012 International Conference on Engineer
ing Education,

San Antonio, Texas, 2012.


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40.

DUBRAS, M.F., Adaption
-
Innovation in a Research and Development Environment. Paper
presented at 50th Annual Convention of the
Canadian Psychological Association, KAI
Symposium
, 1989.

41.

ELDER, R.L., Relationships Betw
een Adaption
-
Innovation, Experienced Control and State
-
Trait
Anxiety.
Psychological Reports
, 1989,
65
, 47
-
54.

42.

ELDER, R.L. & JOHNSON, D.C., Varying Relationships between Adaption
-
Innovation and Social
Desirability.
Psychological Reports
, 1989,
65
, 1151
-
11
54.

43.

ETTLIE, J.E. & O'KEEFE, R., Innovative attitudes, values and intentions in organisations (I).
Journal of Management Studies
, 1982,
19
, 163
-
182.

44.

EVANS, K.J., Review of
Adaptors and Innovators: Styles of Creativity and Problem
-
Solving
.
Journal of Oper
ational Research Society
, 1990.
[REVIEW]

45.

EVENSON, Karen,
Redefining F.E.A.R.


Maximizing Limited Resources with Unlimited Ideas,
South Carolina: Cameo Publications, 2004

46.

FERRELL, J.E., Adaptor Meet Innovator.
San Francisco Examiner
, December 25
TH

1986.
[
REVIEW]

47.

FISHER, S.G., MACROSSON, W.D.K. & WALKER, C.A., FIRO
-
B: The Power of Love and the
Love of Power.
Psychological Reports
, 1995,
76
, 1950206

48.

FLANAGAN, H., Review of
Adaptors and Innovators: Styles of Creativity and Problem
-
Solving
.
Health Services
Management Research
, 2007,
20

(4), 279
-
280
[Review]


49.

FLEENOR, J.W. & TAYLOR, S., Construct Validity of Three Self
-
Report Measures of Creativity.
Educational & Psychological Measurement
, 1994,
54
, (2), 464
-
470.

50.

FOSTER, J.,

Adaption
-
Innovation: in the co
ntext of diversity and change.

Applied Cognitive.
Psychology

2005,
19
, 671
-
672.

[REVIEW]

51.

FOXALL, G.R., Managers in transition: An empirical test of Kirton's Adaption
-
Innovation theory
and its implications for the mid
-
career M.B.A.
Technovation
, 1986,
4
,
219
-
232.

52.

Managerial Orientations of Adaptors and Innovators.
Journal of Managerial Psychology
. 1986,
1
,
24
-
27.

53.

Consumer Decision Making. In M.J. Baker (ed.),
The Marketing Book
. Heinemann Institute of
Marketing, 1987.

54.

Consumer Behaviour. In M.J. Baker
(ed)
The Marketing Book.

Heinemann Institute of
Marketing, 1987.

55.

Consumer
-
Innovativeness: Novelty
-
Seeking and Cognitive Style. In R. Rothwell & J. Bessant
(eds.),
Innovation: Adaption and Growth
, 1987.

56.

Consumer Innovativeness: Novelty
-
Seeking, Creativity
and Cognitive Style in E.C. Hirschman
(ed.)
Research in Consumer Behavior
, Greenwich, CT: J.A.I. Press, Inc., 1988
3

79
-
113

57.

Marketing, Innovation and Customers.
The Quarterly Review of Marketing
, 1989,
15
, 14
-
18.

58.

Adaptive and Innovative Cognitive Styles

of Market Initiators. In M.J. Kirton (ed.),
Adaptors and
Innovators: Styles of Creativity and Problem
-
Solving
. London: Routledge, 1989

59.

An Empirical Analysis of Mid
-
Career Managers' Adaptive
-
Innovative Cognitive Styles and Task
Orientations in Three Coun
tries.
Psychological Reports
, 1990,
66
, 1115
-
1124.

60.

Gender Differences in Cognitive Styles of MBA Students in Three Countries.
Psychological
Reports
, 1992,
70
, 169
-
170.

61.

The Influence of Cognitive Style on Consumers' Variety Seeking among Food Innovations.

British Food Journal
, 1993,
95
, (9), 32
-
36.

62.

Cognitive Styles of Consumer Initiators.
Technovation
, 1995,
15

(5), 269
-
288.


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63.

Cognitive Styles and Personal Involvement of Market Initiators for 'Healthy' Food Brands:
Implications for Adoption Theory.
Journa
l of Economic Psychology
, 1993,
14
, 33
-
56.

64.

Cognitive Style and Personal Involvement as Explicators of Innovative Purchasing of "Healthy"
Food Brands.
European Journal of Marketing
, 1993,
27

(2), 5
-
16.

65.

Cognitive Style and Use
-
innovativeness for Application
s Software in Home Computing:
Implications for New Product Strategy.
Technovation
, 1993,
13

(5), 311
-
323.

66.

Consumer Initiators: Adaptors & Innovators.
British Journal of Management
, 1994,
5
, S3
-
S12.

67.

What Judges Maximize: Towards an Economic Psychology of

the Judicial Utility Function.
Liverpool Law Review
, 2004,
25
, 177
-
194.

68.

FOXALL, G.R. & BHATE, Seema, Cognitive Style, Personal Involvement and Situation as
Determinants of Computer Use.
Technovation
, 1991,
11

(3) 183
-
189.

69.

Psychology of Computer Use: XIX
. Extent of Computer Use: Relationships with
Adaptive
-
Innovative Cognitive Style and Personal Involvement in Computing.
Perceptual and
Motor Skills
, 1991,
72

195
-
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91.

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93.

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94.

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Ph.D. Thesis, East Texas S
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95.

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96.

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OTHER RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS
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M.J. KIRTON

1.

Management Initiative
. London: The Acton Society Trust, 1961.

2.

Consistency in Managerial Decisions.
Bulletin British Psycholo
gical Society
, 1970, 195
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196.

3.

Correlates of Managers' Attitudes Towards Change.
Journal of Applied Psychology
, 1973, 58,
101
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107.

4.

Characteristics of High Lie Scorers.
Psychological Reports
, 1977,
40

279
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280

5.

Relatedness of Married Couples' Scores on 'Ador
no' Type Tests.
Psychological Reports
, 1977,
40

1013
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1014.

6.

Ray's Balanced Dogmatism Scale Re
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examined.
British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology
,
1977,
16

97
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98

7.

Wilson & Patterson's Conservatism Scale: A Shortened Alternative Form
British Journal of

Social
& Clinical Psychology
, 1978,
17

319
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323

8.

A Re
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Analysis of Two Scales of Tolerance of Ambiguity.
Journal of Personality Assessment
,
1981,
45

407
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414