1. Introduction and overview: now more than ever Kenneth G. Brown; Part I. Fundamental Issues in Learning and Transfer: 2. Cognitive and neural foundations of learning Kurt Kraiger and Victoria P. Mattingly; 3. Facilitating the development of expertise: an individual to organizational perspective Alena D. Marand and Raymond A. Noe; 4. Understanding training transfer from the adaptive performance perspective Jason L. Huang, Shan Ran and Brian D. Blume; 5. The psychology of learner control in training: a multilevel, interactionist framework Garrett N. Howardson, Karin A. Orvis, Sandra. L. Fisher and Michael E. Wasserman; Part II. Understanding the Learner: 6. The role of abilities in learning and training performance Margaret E. Beier, Anton J. Villado and Jason G. Randall; 7. Taking charge of your own learning: self-regulation in training John J. Donovan and Jessica M. Nicklin; 8. Effects of genuine and perceived demographic differences in training and development Tracy C. McCausland and Eden B. King; Part III. Designing the Intervention: 9. Enhancing training transfer by promoting accountability in different work contexts: an integrative framework Michael J. Tews and Lisa A. Burke-Smalley; 10. Building deep specialization through intentional learning activities J. Kevin Ford, Jessica Santoro and Morgan Showler; 11. The science and practice of simulation-based training in organizations Shannon L. Marlow, Christina N. Lacerenza, Denise Reyes and Eduardo Salas; 12. Augmented reality systems in training Joseph R. Keebler, Brady S. Patzer, Travis J. Wiltshire and Stephen M. Fiore; 13. One (lesson) for the road? What we know (and don't know) about mobile learning Michael E. Wasserman and Sandra L. Fisher; 14. Time and thinking: an alternative to traditional learning and development activities Gillian B. Yeo and Sharon K. Parker; 15. Developing Latino talent Miguel A. Quiñones; Part IV. Special Topics: 16. Training and development in small and medium enterprises Melissa S. Cardon and Stephen D. Valentin; 17. Team training: knowing much, but needing to know much more Erich C. Dierdorff and J. Kemp Ellington; 18. Developing cultural intelligence Jana L. Raver and Linn Van Dyne; 19. Implications of positive organizational behavior and psychological capital for learning and training effectiveness Alan M. Saks and Jamie A. Gruman; 20. Rings of fire: training for systems thinking and broadened impact Anders Dysvik, Arne Carlesen and Miha Škerlavaj; 21. Rockstar vs ringmaster: balancing complimentary teaching roles to develop management skills Peter A. Heslin, Geoff Mortimore and Lauren A. Keating; Part V. Workplace Learning from Other Lenses: 22. Training from the perspective of human resource development and industrial-organizational psychology: common pasts, parallel paths – going where? Jon M. Werner; 23. Strategic training and development and their role in shaping competitive advantage Lynn A. McFarland and Robert E. Ployhart; 24. Hospitality training research: a review and implications for future research J. Bruce Tracey; 25. Informal learning Saul Carliner; 26. An operations management perspective on employee training and workforce planning Barrett W. Thomas, Mike Hewitt and Scott E. Grasman; 27. Workplace training from the sociological perspective David B. Bills and Herman van de Werfhorst; Index.