Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Harassment, Developmental psychology, Organizational behavior and Attribution. Her study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Statute and Perception. In general Harassment, her work in Workplace romance is often linked to Sexual behavior linking many areas of study.
The various areas that she examines in her Developmental psychology study include Work experience and Respondent. She has researched Attribution in several fields, including Job satisfaction, Inference and Blame. Her Gender role research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Work–family enrichment, Work–family conflict, Organizational theory, Work–life interface and Family relations.
Barbara A. Gutek mainly focuses on Social psychology, Harassment, Developmental psychology, Information technology and Marketing. Barbara A. Gutek regularly links together related areas like Perception in her Social psychology studies. Legal Decisions is closely connected to Criminology in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Harassment.
Her work on Gender role is typically connected to Spillover effect and Occupational prestige as part of general Developmental psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her work in Information technology addresses subjects such as Knowledge management, which are connected to disciplines such as Technological change and Process. Barbara A. Gutek has included themes like Service quality, Service delivery framework, Advertising and Business service provider in her Service system study.
Barbara A. Gutek mostly deals with Harassment, Social psychology, Information technology, Social capital and Stratification. Her study on Harassment also encompasses disciplines like
Her Information technology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Management and Marketing. Her Social capital study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Labour economics and Demographic economics. Her studies examine the connections between Legal psychology and genetics, as well as such issues in Situational ethics, with regards to Developmental psychology.
Barbara A. Gutek mainly investigates Harassment, Social psychology, Legal psychology, Credibility and Developmental psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Backlash, Zero tolerance, Affirmative defense, Law and economics and Economic Justice as well as Harassment. Barbara A. Gutek undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Social psychology and Variance in her work.
Her Legal psychology investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Time frame, Product, Test validity and Sex discrimination. Many of her studies on Credibility apply to Clinical psychology as well. Her work deals with themes such as Identity, Social identity theory, Job attitude, Salience and Distress, which intersect with Developmental psychology.
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Rational versus gender role explanations for work-family conflict.
Barbara A. Gutek;Sabrina Searle;Lilian Klepa.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1991)
Sex and the workplace
Barbara A. Gutek.
Sex Effects on Evaluation
Veronica F. Nieva;Barbara A. Gutek.
Academy of Management Review (1980)
Sex-ratios, sex-role spillover, and sexual harassment of women at work.
Barbara A. Gutek;Bruce Morasch.
Journal of Social Issues (1982)
Changed Women and Changed Organizations: Consequences of and Coping with Sexual Harassment
Barbara A. Gutek;Mary P. Koss.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (1993)
Women and work: A psychological perspective
Barbara A. Gutek;Veronica F. Nieva.
Distinguishing between service relationships and encounters
Barbara A. Gutek;Anita D. Bhappu;Matthew A. Liao-Troth;Bennett Cherry.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1999)
Predicting Social-Sexual Behavior At Work: A Contact Hypothesis
Barbara A. Gutek;Aaron Groff Cohen;Alison M. Konrad.
Academy of Management Journal (1990)
Employment Discrimination in Organizations: Antecedents and Consequences
Barry M. Goldman;Barbara A. Gutek;Jordan H. Stein;Kyle Lewis.
Journal of Management (2006)
Attributions and Assignment of Responsibility in Sexual Harassment
Inger W. Jensen;Barbara A. Gutek.
Journal of Social Issues (1982)
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