Shannon G Taylor
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Publish or perish: Academic life as management faculty live it
AN Miller, SG Taylor, AG Bedeian
Career development international 16 (5), 422-445, 2011
Linking perceptions of role stress and incivility to workplace aggression: the moderating role of personality.
SG Taylor, DH Kluemper
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (3), 316, 2012
Management science on the credibility bubble: Cardinal sins and various misdemeanors
AG Bedeian, SG Taylor, AN Miller
Academy of Management Learning & Education 9 (4), 715-725, 2010
Linking workplace incivility to citizenship performance: The combined effects of affective commitment and conscientiousness
SG Taylor, AG Bedeian, DH Kluemper
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (7), 878-893, 2012
Developing and testing a dynamic model of workplace incivility change
SG Taylor, AG Bedeian, MS Cole, Z Zhang
Journal of Management 43 (3), 645-670, 2017
When does ethical leadership affect workplace incivility? The moderating role of follower personality
SG Taylor, MW Pattie
Business Ethics Quarterly 24 (4), 595-616, 2014
Understanding internal, external, and relational attributions for abusive supervision
JP Burton, SG Taylor, LK Barber
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (6), 871-891, 2014
Overclaiming as a measure of faking
MN Bing, D Kluemper, HK Davison, S Taylor, M Novicevic
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 116 (1), 148-162, 2011
An empirical investigation of dispositional antecedents and performance-related outcomes of credit scores.
JB Bernerth, SG Taylor, HJ Walker, DS Whitman
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (2), 469, 2012
Translating intentions to behavior: The interaction of network structure and behavioral intentions in understanding employee turnover
JM Vardaman, SG Taylor, DG Allen, MB Gondo, JM Amis
Organization Science 26 (4), 1177-1191, 2015
When challenges hinder: An investigation of when and how challenge stressors impact employee outcomes.
CC Rosen, N Dimotakis, MS Cole, SG Taylor, LS Simon, TA Smith, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (10), 1181, 2020
A self-regulatory perspective of work-to-home undermining spillover/crossover: Examining the roles of sleep and exercise.
LK Barber, SG Taylor, JP Burton, SF Bailey
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (5), 753, 2017
Does process fairness affect job performance? It only matters if they plan to stay
BJ Collins, KW Mossholder, SG Taylor
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (7), 1007-1026, 2012
Breaking the cycle of abusive supervision: How disidentification and moral identity help the trickle-down change course.
SG Taylor, MD Griffith, AK Vadera, R Folger, CR Letwin
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (1), 164, 2019
The “right” and the “good” in ethical leadership: Implications for supervisors’ performance and promotability evaluations
C Letwin, D Wo, R Folger, D Rice, R Taylor, B Richard, S Taylor
Journal of Business Ethics 137, 743-755, 2016
Viewing the interpersonal mistreatment literature through a temporal lens
MS Cole, AJ Shipp, SG Taylor
Organizational Psychology Review 6 (3), 273-302, 2016
Equity sensitivity revisited: Contrasting unidimensional and multidimensional approaches
SG Taylor, DH Kluemper, KS Sauley
Journal of Business and Psychology 24, 299-314, 2009
Linking personality to interpersonal citizenship behaviour: The moderating effect of empathy
SG Taylor, DH Kluemper, KW Mossholder
Journal of occupational and Organizational Psychology 83 (4), 815-834, 2010
How a gratitude intervention influences workplace mistreatment: A multiple mediation model.
LR Locklear, SG Taylor, ML Ambrose
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (9), 1314, 2021
How leaders perceive employee deviance: Blaming victims while excusing favorites.
DH Kluemper, SG Taylor, WM Bowler, MN Bing, JRB Halbesleben
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (7), 946, 2019
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