Journal of Organizational Behavior 1999 - Abstracts

Journal of Organizational Behavior 1999
Achievement motive and entrepreneurial orientation: a structural analysis.Social sciencesSagie, Abraham, Elizur, Dov
A closer look at the effects of subordinate-supervisor age differences.Social sciencesKulik, Carol T., Perry, Elissa L., Zhou, Jing
Affect and favorable work outcomes: two longitudinal studies of the happy-productive worker thesis.Social sciencesWright, Thomas A., Staw, Barry M.
A model of work frustration-aggression.(Brief Article)Social sciencesSpector, Paul E., Fox, Suzy
An examination of attributions and emotions in the transactional approach to the organizational stress process.Social sciencesPerrewe, Pamela L., Zellars, Kelly L.
An examination of service-related antecedents to retail store performance.(Brief Article)Social sciencesBurke, Michael J., Borucki, Chester C.
Another look at the locus of control-organizational commitment relationship: it depends on the form of commitment.(Brief Article)Social sciencesColeman, Daniel, Irving, Gregory P., Cooper, Christine L.
Antecedents and consequences of relational components of the new psychological contract.Social sciencesCavanaugh, Marcie A., Noe, Raymond A.
Antecedents of early career stage mentoring among Chinese employees.Social sciencesAryee, Samuel, Lo, Susanna, Kang, Inn-Lee
A study of the relationships between compensation package, work motivation and job satisfaction.Social sciencesRoussel, Patrice, Igalens, Jacques
A test of value congruence effects.Social sciencesStrube, Michael J., Kalliath, Thomas J., Bleudorn, Allen C.
Attachment behavior and health: relationships at work and home.(Brief Article)Social sciencesNelson, Debra L., Quick, James Campbell, Joplin, Janice R.W.
Burden or blessing? Expected costs and benefits of being a mentor.Social sciencesScandura, Terri A., Ragins, Belle Rose
Cognitive-affective stress propensity: a field study.Social sciencesGoodwin, Vicki L., Wofford, J.C., Daly, Paula S.
Constructive conflict at work.Social sciencesNauta, Aukje, Janssen, Onne, De Vliert, Evert van, Giebels, Ellen
Determinants of delegation and consultation by managers.Social sciencesYukl, Gary, Fu, Ping Ping
Effects of coworker information on perceptions and ratings of performance.Social sciencesThorsteinson, Todd J., Blazer, William K.
Effects of perceived power of supervisor on subordinate stress and motivation: the moderating role of subordinate characteristics.Social sciencesXie, Jia Lin, Elangovan, A.R.
Employees' reactions to problematic events: a circumplex structure of five categories of responses, and the role of job satisfaction.Social sciencesHagedoorn, Mariet, Buunk, Bram P., Vliert, Evert Van De, Van Yperen, Nico W.
Empowered to lead: the role of psychological empowerment in leadership.Social sciencesSpreitzer, Gretchen M., Quinn, Robert E., De Janasz, Suzanne C.
Error Orientation Questionnaire (EOQ): reliability, validity, and different language equivalence.Social sciencesFrese, Michael, Rybowiak, Volker, Garst, Harry, Batinic, Bernad
Ethical responsibility and the organizational researcher: a committed-to-participant research perspective.Social sciencesWright, Thomas A., Wright, Vincent P.
Factorial validity of Maslach burnout inventory - Dutch version (MBI-NL) among dentists.Social sciencesHoogstraten, Johan, Gorter, Ronald C., Albrecht, Gonnie, Eijkman, Michiel A.J.
'Family' in organizational research: a review and comparison of definitions and measures.(Brief Article)Social sciencesRothausen, Teresa J.
Flexible work schedules and mental and physical health. A study of a working population with non-traditional working hours.Social sciencesKnottnerus, J.A., Martens, M.F.J., Nijhuis, F.J.N., Boxtel, M.P.J. van
Further analysis of employment interview validity: a quantitative evaluation of interviewer-related structuring methods.Social sciencesWoehr, David J., Huffcutt, Allen I.
Further thoughts on the happy-productive worker.(response to G. Ledford in this issue, p. 25)Social sciencesWright, Thomas A., Staw, Barry M.
Gainsharing and women's and men's relative pay satisfaction.Social sciencesGraham, Mary E., Welbourne, Theresa M.
Happiness and productivity revisited.(response to T. Wright and B. Staw in this issue, p. 1)Social sciencesLedford, Gerald E., Jr.
Hassles on the job: a study of a job intervention with urban bus drivers.Social sciencesEvans, Gary W., Johansson, Gunn, Rydstedt, Leif
Helping to improve suggestion systems: predictors of making suggestions in companies.Social sciencesFrese, Michael, Teng, Eric, Winjen, C.J.D.
Hierarchical workplace romance: an experimental examination of team member perception.Social sciencesJones, Gwen E.
Improving mental health status and coping abilities for long-term unemployed youth using cognitive-behavior therapy based training interventions.(Brief Article)Social sciencesCreed, Peter A., Machin, Michael Antony, Hicks, Richard E.
Inferences about causes and consequences of behavior of leaders and subordinates.Social sciencesVonk, Roos, Konst, Dorien, Van der Vlist, Rene
Inflation of subordinates' performance ratings: main and interactive effects of rater negative affectivity, documentation of work behavior, and appraisal visibility.Social sciencesFried, Yitzhak, Tiegs, Robert B., Levi, Ariel S., Ben-David, Haim Ailan
Information processing style and decision making.Social sciencesLeonard, Nancy H., Scholl, Richard W., Kowalski, Kellyann Berube
Is there a link between family structure and women's and men's managerial career advancement?(Brief Article)Social sciencesTharenou, Phyllis
Justice constructs, negative affectivity, and employee deviance: a proposed model and empirical test.Social sciencesAquino, Karl, Bradfield, Murray, Lewis, Margaret U.
Learning and development factors related to perceptions of job content and hierarchical plateauing.Social sciencesAllen, Tammy D., Poteet, Mark L., Dobbins, Gregory H., Russell, Joyce, E.A.
Managers' coping resources, perceived organizational patterns, and responses during organizational recovery from decline.Social sciencesMannheim, Bilha, Hoffi-Hofstetter, Hila
Mentor-protege diversity and its impact on international internship experiences.Social sciencesFeldman, Daniel C., Turnley, William H., Folks, William R.
Minor illness as a legitimate reason for absence.(Brief Article)Social sciencesNicholson, Nigel, Harvey, Joan
Narrow reasoning about the use of broad personality measures for personnel selection.Social sciencesPaunonen, Sampo V., Jackson, Douglas N., Rothstein, Mitchell G.
Not all is fair in love and work: coworkers' preferences for and responses to managerial interventions regarding workplace romances.Social sciencesPowell, Gary N., Foley, Sharon
On the importance of the objective environment in stress and attribution theory. Counterpoint to Perrewe and Zellars.(response to article by Pamela L. Perrewe et al. in this issue p. 739)Social sciencesZapf, Dieter, Frese, Michael
Organizational behavior implications of the congruence between preferred polychronicity and experienced work-unit polychronicity.Social sciencesBluedorn, Allen C., Slocombe, Thomas E.
Organizational culture, person-culture fit, and turnover: a replication in the health care industry.Social sciencesVandenberghe, Christian
Organizational politics and organizational support as predictors of work attitudes, job performance, and organizational citizenship behavior.Social sciencesCropanzano, Russell, Randall, Marjorie L., Bormann, Carol A., Birjulin, Andrej
Perceptions of organizational safety: implications for the development of safety culture.Social sciencesClarke, Sharon
Political behaviors as moderators of the perceptions of organizational politics - work outcomes relationships.Social sciencesFerris, Gerald R., Dulebohn, James H., Harrell, Cook, Gloria
Potential moderating influence of career growth opportunities on careerist orientation and work attitudes: evidence of the protean career era in Singapore.Social sciencesAryee, Samuel, Chay, Yue-Wah
Predicting collective climates: assessing the role of shared work values, needs, employee interaction and work group membership.Social sciencesParker, Christopher P., Young, Scott A.
Predicting employee aggression against coworkers, subordinates and supervisors: the roles of person behaviors and perceived workplace factors.(Brief Article)Social sciencesBarling, Julian, Greenberg, Liane
Psychological and physiological stress reactions of male and female assembly workers: a comparison between two different forms of work organization.Social sciencesLundberg, Ulf, Melin, Bo, Soderlund, Jens, Granqvist, Marianne
Pyrrhic victories: the cost to the board of ousting the CEO.Social sciencesWard, Andrew, Sonnenfeld, Jeffrey A., Bishop, Karen
Relationships among five forms of commitment: an empirical assessment.Social sciencesCohen, Aaron
Satisfaction at last job and unemployment: a new look.Social sciencesWanberg, Connie R., Carmichael, Heather D., Downey, Ronald G.
Self-management perceptions and practices: a structural equations analysis.Social sciencesCastaneda, Maria, Kolenko, Thomas A., Aldag, Ramon J.
Should the subjective be the objective? On studying mental processes, coping behavior, and actual exposures in organizational stress research.(response to article by Pamela L. Perrewe et al. in this issue p. 739)Social sciencesSchaubroeck, John
Stress in the workplace: a comparison of gender and occupations.Social sciencesSpector, Paul E., Narayanan, Lakshmi, Menon, Shanker
Survival versus traditional methodologies for studying employee turnover: differences, divergences and directions for future research.Social sciencesSomers, Mark John, Birnbaum, Dee
Testing the impact of shift schedules on organizational variables.(Brief Article)Social sciencesBlau, Gary, Lunz, Mary
The costs, benefits, and limitations of organizational level stress interventions.Social sciencesReynolds, Shirley, Briner, Rob B.
The effects of gender in organizational justice perception.Social sciencesFarh, Jiing-Lih, Lee, Cynthia
The effects of job stressors on marital satisfaction in Finnish dual-earner couples.(Brief Article)Social sciencesKinnunen, Ulla, Mauno, Saija
The effects of proximal and distal goals on performance on a moderately complex task.Social sciencesLatham, Gary P., Seijts, Gerard H.
The effects of transition stress: a relocation study.Social sciencesMoyle, Penny, Parkes, Katharine
The mentoring information exchange: when do mentors seek information from their proteges?Social sciencesNoe, Raymond A., Mullen, Ellen J.
The moderating role of task characteristics in determining responses to a stressful work simulation.Social sciencesJimmieson, Nerina L., Terry, Deborah J.
The relationship between gender and performance issues of concern to directors: correlates or institution?Social sciencesTalmud, Ilan, Izraeli, Dafna N.
The relationship between managerial motivation, leadership, nurse outcomes and patient satisfaction.Social sciencesMcNeese-Smith, Donna K.
The role of human capital, motivation and supervisor sponsorship in predicting career success.Social sciencesLiden, Robert C., Wayne, Sandy J., Kraimer, Maria L., Graf, Isabel K.
Time structure and purpose, Type A behavior, and the Protestant work ethic.Social sciencesMudrack, Peter E.
Total quality management and performance appraisal: an experimental study of process versus results and group versus individual approaches.Social sciencesSchaubroeck, John, Lam, Simon S.K.
Work-family conflicts of women in the air force: their influence on mental health and functioning.(Brief Article)Social sciencesVinokur, Amiram D., Pierce, Penny F., Buck, Catherine L.
Work-to-nonwork conflict among married male and female lawyers.(Brief Article)Social sciencesWallace, Jean E.
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