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K. Chi Yam, Klotz, A., He, W., and Reynolds, S., From good soldiers to psychologically entitled: Examining when and why citizenship behavior leads to deviance, Academy of Management Journal, vol. 60, no. 1, pp. 373-396, 2017.
K. Chi Yam, Fehr, R., Keng, F., Klotz, A., and Reynolds, S., Out of control: A self-control perspective on the link between surface acting and abusive supervision, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 101, no. 2, pp. 292-301, 2016.
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.
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, 2019.
K. Chi Yam, Klotz, A., He, W., and Reynolds, S., Pushing employees to go the extra mile can be counterproductive. 2016.
L. Yan, Baldridge, D., and Craig, J., Toward A Model Of Issue Selling By Successor Generation In Family Firms, Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA, 2008.

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