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Journal Articles
K. Leavitt, Reynolds, S. J., Barnes, C. M., Schilpzand, P., and Hannah, S. T., Different hats, different obligations: Plural occupational identities and situated moral judgments., Academy of Management Journal, vol. 55, pp. 1316-1333, 2012.
D. R. Hekman, Aquino, K., Owens, B., Mitchell, T. R., Schilpzand, P., and Leavitt, K., An examination of whether and how racial and gender biases influence customer satisfaction ratings., Academy of Management Journal, vol. 53, pp. 238-264., 2010.
P. Schilpzand, Leavitt, K., and Lim, S., Incivility hates company: Shared Incivility Attenuates Rumination, Stress, and Psychological Withdrawal by Reducing Self-blame, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 133, pp. 33-44, 2016.
P. Schilpzand, Hekman, D., and Mitchell, T. R., An Inductively-Generated Typology and Process Model of Workplace Courage, Organization Science, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 52-77, 2015.
A. Erez, Schilpzand, P., Leavitt, K., Woolum, A., and Judge, T., Inherently Relational: Interactions Between Peers’ and Individuals’ Personalities Impact Reward Giving and Appraisal of Individual Performance, Academy of Management Journal, vol. 58, no. 6, pp. 1761-1784, 2015.
P. Schilpzand, Houston, L., and Cho, J., Not Too Tired to be Proactive: Daily Empowering Leadership Spurs Next-Morning Employee Proactivity as Moderated by Nightly Sleep Quality, Academy of Management Journal, 2018.
B. A. Livingston, Schilpzand, P., and Erez, A., Not what you expected to hear: Accented messages and their effect on choice, Journal of Management, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 804-833, 2017.
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.
P. Schilpzand, De Pater, I., and Erez, A., Workplace incivility: A review of the literature and agenda for future research, Journal of Organizational Behavior, vol. 37, pp. S57-S88, 2016.
Presentations
P. Schilpzand, Cho, J., and Houston, L., The daily Effects of Humble (Caring) Leadership Depend on Whether the Leader is Abusive., The 33rd European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium. Copenhagen, Denmark, 2017.
P. Schilpzand and Cho, J., Employee homesickness: Causes and Outcomes, Western Academy of Management (WAM). Kauai, Hawaii, 2015.
P. Schilpzand and Cho, J., Employee homesickness: Remote employees reactions to being removed from relational others, Western Academy of Management. Portland, OR, 2016.
J. Cho and Schilpzand, P., Group Dynamic in Abusive Supervision: Boundary Conditions for Relational and Collective Self-Concepts, Western Academy of Management (WAM). Kauai, Hawaii, 2015.
J. Cho, Schilpzand, P., and Paterson, T., How and when leader humility affects follower task and extra-role performance. A moderated mediation model of job autonomy and employee-felt trust, Academy of Management. Anaheim, CA, 2016.
P. Schilpzand and Huang, L., Symposium: Workplace incivility: new frontiers and research directions, Academy of Management Conference. Atlanta, 2017.
P. Schilpzand and Cho, J., TRUST IN ORGANIZATIONS: NOVEL DIRECTIONS AND NEW FRONTIERS, Academy of Management. Anaheim, CA, 2016.