Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
His Psychiatry study has been linked to subjects such as Psychological intervention and Intervention (counseling). Psychological intervention and Psychiatry are commonly linked in his work. His study deals with a combination of Social psychology and Organizational behavior. Organizational behavior and Social psychology are two areas of study in which Arthur G. Bedeian engages in interdisciplinary research. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Job satisfaction and Organizational justice through his works. Organizational justice and Organizational commitment are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. By researching both Organizational commitment and Job satisfaction, Arthur G. Bedeian produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Arthur G. Bedeian regularly ties together related areas like Procedural justice in his Neuroscience studies. Procedural justice and Neuroscience are frequently intertwined in his study.
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Organizational Change: A Review of Theory and Research in the 1990s
Achilles A. Armenakis;Arthur G. Bedeian.
Outcomes of Work-Family Conflict Among Married Male and Female Professionals
Arthur G. Bedeian;Beverly G. Burke;Richard G. Moffett.
Career Commitment: Construction of a Measure and Examination of Its Psychometric Properties.
Kerry D. Carson;Arthur G. Bedeian.
A path-analytic study of the consequences of role conflict and ambiguity.
Arthur G. Bedeian;Achilles A. Armenakis.
Breaking the Silence: The Moderating Effects of Self‐Monitoring in Predicting Speaking Up in the Workplace*
Sonya Fontenot Premeaux;Arthur G. Bedeian.
Work experiences, job performance, and feelings of personal and family well-being
Jeffrey H Greenhaus;Arthur G Bedeian;Kevin W Mossholder.
Job Burnout and Employee Engagement: A Meta-Analytic Examination of Construct Proliferation
Michael S. Cole;Frank Walter;Arthur G. Bedeian;Ernest H. O'Boyle.
Age, tenure, and job satisfaction: A tale of two perspectives
Arthur G Bedeian;Gerald R Ferris;K.Michele Kacmar.
Leader-follower exchange quality: the role of personal and interpersonal attributes.
Antoinette S. Phillips;Arthur G. Bedeian.
Career commitment and expected utility of present job as predictors of turnover intentions and turnover behavior
Arthur G Bedeian;Edward R Kemery;Allayne B Pizzolatto.
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