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2018
A. H. Huffman, Dunbar, N., Klinefelter, Z., and Howes, S., Sharing experiences and stressors at work and at home: A model of work-linked couples., Occupational Health Science, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 157-180, 2018.
C. E. Theil, Hardy, J., Peterson, D. P., Welsh, D. T., and Bonner, J. M., Too many sheep in the flock? Span of control attenuates the influence of ethical leadership., Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 103, no. 12, pp. 1324-1334, 2018.
P. Schilpzand and Huang, L., When and How Experienced Incivility Dissuades Proactive Performance: An Integration of Sociometer and Self-Identity Orientation Perspectives, Journal of Applied Psychology, 2018.
K. Chi (Sam) Yam, Barnes, C. M., Leavitt, K., Wei, W., and Uhlmann, E. L., Why so Serious? Experimental and Field Evidence that Morality and a Sense of Humor are Psychologically Incompatible., Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2018.
K. Chi Yam, Barnes, C. M., Leavitt, K., and Uhlmann, E. L., Why so Serious? Experimental and Field Evidence that Morality and a Sense of Humor are Psychologically Incompatible., Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Chicago, 2018.
C. Connelly and Baldridge, D., Workplace Experiences of Persons with Disabilities, Human Relations, 2018.
S. Howes, Henning, J. B., Mills, M. J., and Huffman, A. H., Yes Virginia, there is a gender disparity problem – and it goes beyond STEM., Industrial and Organizational Psychology-Perspectives on Science and Practice, 2018.
2019
T. Paterson and Huang, L., Am I Expected to Be Ethical? A Role-Definition Perspective of Ethical Leadership and Unethical Behavior, Journal of Management, 2019.
S. Kim, Cha, S., and Cho, J., Does Frequent Inter-Unit Contact Leads to Higher Global Identification? The Contextualizing Role of Subsidiary Managers, Western Academy of Management. Sonoma, CA, 2019.
J. Hardy, Day, E. A., and Jr, W. Arthur, Exploration-Exploitation tradeoffs and information-knowledge gaps in self-regulated learning: Implications for training and development, Human Resource Management Review, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 196-217, 2019.
S. Dennis and Hardy, J., IGNITE panel with data: Myth vs. Reality in candidate reactions – What really matters, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 34st Annual Conference. National Harbor, Maryland, 2019.
J. Broome, Innovation Program Stagnant? Here’s How to Get it Unstuck., vol. 2019, no. 1, p. 112, 2019.
J. Carnevale, Huang, L., and Paterson, T., LMX-Differentiation Strengthens the Prosocial Consequences of Leader Humility: An Identification and Social Exchange Perspective, Journal of Business Research, 2019.
P. M. Muchinsky and Howes, S., Psychology Applied to Work, 12th Edition, no. 12th edition. 2019.
L. Johnson and Hardy, J., Symposium on best practices for running a research lab using graduate and undergraduate research assistants, Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology’s 34st Annual Conference. National Harbor, Maryland, 2019.
T. Paterson and Harms, P. D., That's Interesting! Or Is It? On the Incommensurability of Academic and Practitioner Interests, Academy of Management. Boston, MA, 2019.
J. Beatty, Baldridge, D., Böhm, S., Kulkarni, M., and Colella, A., On the treatment of people with disabilities in organizations: A review and research agenda, Human Resource Management (US), 2019.

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