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Understanding internal, external, and relational attributions for abusive supervision.
(Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2014)
Despite abundant research on the consequences of perceived abusive supervision, less is known about how employees develop perceptions of supervisory abuse. Across two studies, we integrate classic and recent theoretical ...
Supervisor workplace stress and abusive supervision: The buffering effect of exercise.
(Journal of Business and Psychology, 2012)
In a matched sample of 98 employed individuals and their direct supervisors, we examine how supervisor-rated stress is associated with employee-rated abusive supervision. In addition, we explore how supervisor exercise ...
Linking abusive supervision to employee engagement and exhaustion
(Organization Management Journal, 2016)
This research extends the differentiated job demands-resource model by integrating the main propositions of the transactional theory of stress to examine how cognitive appraisal processes link employee perceptions of abusive ...
Aggressive reactions to abusive supervision: The role of interactional injustice and narcissism
(Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 2011)
In this study, we explore personality and situational conditions in which negative leadership—specifically, abusive supervision—is associated with aggressive behavior in subordinates. That is, we examine the role that ...
When Research Setting is Important: The Influence of Subordinate Self-Esteem on Reactions to Abusive Supervision
(Organization Management Journal, 2011)
In this paper, we argue that the conflicting theoretical views regarding the role that self-esteem plays in the decision to become aggressive can be explained by the particular research methodology used. Specifically, we ...