T. Brad Harris
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Leader–member exchange (LMX) in context: How LMX differentiation and LMX relational separation attenuate LMX's influence on OCB and turnover intention
TB Harris, N Li, BL Kirkman
The leadership quarterly 25 (2), 314-328, 2014
Getting what's new from newcomers: Empowering leadership, creativity, and adjustment in the socialization context
TB Harris, N Li, WR Boswell, X Zhang, Z Xie
Personnel Psychology 67 (3), 567-604, 2014
The role of organizational insiders' developmental feedback and proactive personality on newcomers' performance: an interactionist perspective.
N Li, TB Harris, WR Boswell, Z Xie
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (6), 1317, 2011
Understanding “it depends” in organizational research: A theory-based taxonomy, review, and future research agenda concerning interactive and quadratic relationships
RG Gardner, TB Harris, N Li, BL Kirkman, JE Mathieu
Organizational Research Methods 20 (4), 610-638, 2017
Gone today but here tomorrow: Extending the unfolding model of turnover to consider boomerang employees
AJ Shipp, S Furst‐Holloway, TB Harris, B Rosen
Personnel Psychology 67 (2), 421-462, 2014
Putting non-work ties to work: The case of guanxi in supervisor–subordinate relationships
X Zhang, N Li, TB Harris
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (1), 37-54, 2015
I cannot afford to have a life: Employee adaptation to feelings of job insecurity
WR Boswell, JB Olson‐Buchanan, TB Harris
Personnel Psychology 67 (4), 887-915, 2014
Managing and creating an image in the interview: The role of interviewee initial impressions.
BW Swider, MR Barrick, TB Harris, AC Stoverink
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (6), 1275, 2011
Initial impressions: What they are, what they are not, and how they influence structured interview outcomes.
BW Swider, MR Barrick, TB Harris
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (5), 625, 2016
Do trainer style and learner orientation predict training outcomes?
T Brad Harris, W Chung, H M. Hutchins, D S. Chiaburu
Journal of workplace learning 26 (5), 331-344, 2014
A network view of advice-giving and individual creativity in teams: A brokerage-driven, socially perpetuated phenomenon
Y Li, N Li, J Guo, J Li, TB Harris
Academy of Management Journal 61 (6), 2210-2229, 2018
Rules of engagement: The joint influence of trainer expressiveness and trainee experiential learning style on engagement and training transfer
B Rangel, W Chung, TB Harris, NC Carpenter, DS Chiaburu, JL Moore
International Journal of Training and Development 19 (1), 18-31, 2015
Recognizing “me” benefits “we”: Investigating the positive spillover effects of formal individual recognition in teams.
N Li, X Zheng, TB Harris, X Liu, BL Kirkman
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (7), 925, 2016
Employees on the rebound: Extending the careers literature to include boomerang employment.
BW Swider, JT Liu, TB Harris, RG Gardner
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (6), 890, 2017
Don’t forget the items: Item-level meta-analytic and substantive validity techniques for reexamining scale validation
NC Carpenter, J Son, TB Harris, AL Alexander, MT Horner
Organizational Research Methods 19 (4), 616-650, 2016
Unspoken yet Understood: An Introduction and Initial Framework of Subordinates’ Moqi With Supervisors
X Zheng, N Li, T Brad Harris, H Liao
Journal of Management, 0149206316687642, 2017
When civic virtue isn’t seen as virtuous: The effect of gender stereotyping on civic virtue expectations for women
DS Chiaburu, K Sawyer, TA Smith, N Brown, TB Harris
Sex roles 70, 183-194, 2014
Satisfaction guaranteed? Enhanced impact of trainer competence for autonomous trainees
T Brad Harris, W Chung, C L. Frye, D S. Chiaburu
Industrial and commercial training 46 (5), 270-277, 2014
First impression effects in organizational psychology.
BW Swider, TB Harris, Q Gong
Journal of Applied Psychology 107 (3), 346, 2022
Teams and Proactivity
TB Harris, BL Kirkman
Proactivity at Work: Making Things Happen in Organizations, 530-558, 2017
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