Russell E. Johnson
Russell E. Johnson
MSU Foundation Professor, Management Department, Michigan State University
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Regulatory focus and work-related outcomes: a review and meta-analysis.
K Lanaj, CH Chang, RE Johnson
Psychological bulletin 138 (5), 998, 2012
Beginning the workday yet already depleted? Consequences of late-night smartphone use and sleep
K Lanaj, RE Johnson, CM Barnes
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 124 (1), 11-23, 2014
Core self-evaluations: A review and evaluation of the literature
CH Chang, DL Ferris, RE Johnson, CC Rosen, JA Tan
Journal of management 38 (1), 81-128, 2012
Motivation related to work: A century of progress.
R Kanfer, M Frese, RE Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (3), 338, 2017
Commitment and motivation at work: The relevance of employee identity and regulatory focus
RE Johnson, CH Chang, LQ Yang
Academy of management review 35 (2), 226-245, 2010
Relationships of role stressors with organizational citizenship behavior: A meta-analysis.
EM Eatough, CH Chang, SA Miloslavic, RE Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (3), 619, 2011
Assessing the impact of common method variance on higher order multidimensional constructs.
RE Johnson, CC Rosen, E Djurdjevic
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (4), 744, 2011
Motivated to acquire? The impact of CEO regulatory focus on firm acquisitions
DL Gamache, G McNamara, MJ Mannor, RE Johnson
Academy of Management Journal 58 (4), 1261-1282, 2015
Leader identity as an antecedent of the frequency and consistency of transformational, consideration, and abusive leadership behaviors.
RE Johnson, M Venus, K Lanaj, C Mao, CH Chang
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (6), 1262, 2012
When organizational justice and the self-concept meet: Consequences for the organization and its members
RE Johnson, C Selenta, RG Lord
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 99 (2), 175-201, 2006
Shared leadership: A state‐of‐the‐art review and future research agenda
J Zhu, Z Liao, KC Yam, RE Johnson
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (7), 834-852, 2018
When ethical leader behavior breaks bad: How ethical leader behavior can turn abusive via ego depletion and moral licensing
SH Lin, J Ma, RE Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology, 2016
Who strikes back? A daily investigation of when and why incivility begets incivility.
CC Rosen, J Koopman, AS Gabriel, RE Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (11), 1620, 2016
A suggestion to improve a day keeps your depletion away: Examining promotive and prohibitive voice behaviors within a regulatory focus and ego depletion framework.
SHJ Lin, RE Johnson
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (5), 1381, 2015
The good and bad of being fair: Effects of procedural and interpersonal justice behaviors on regulatory resources.
RE Johnson, K Lanaj, CM Barnes
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (4), 635, 2014
Let’s make a deal: Development and validation of the ex post i-deals scale
CC Rosen, DJ Slater, CH Chang, RE Johnson
Journal of Management 39 (3), 709-742, 2013
Getting to the core of core self-evaluation: A review and recommendations
RE Johnson, CC Rosen, PE Levy
Journal of Organizational Behavior 29 (3), 391, 2008
“I” is to continuance as “We” is to affective: the relevance of the self‐concept for organizational commitment
RE Johnson, CH Chang
Journal of Organizational Behavior 27 (5), 549-570, 2006
Moving from cognition to behavior: What the research says.
RE Johnson, CH Chang, RG Lord
Psychological Bulletin 132 (3), 381, 2006
Changing the focus of locus (of control): A targeted review of the locus of control literature and agenda for future research
BM Galvin, AE Randel, BJ Collins, RE Johnson
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (7), 820-833, 2018
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