His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Knowledge management, Value, Process and Public relations. His biological study focuses on Job satisfaction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Goodness of fit and Person–environment fit in addition to Job satisfaction.
His work on Team composition and Body of knowledge as part of general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Bridging and Scientific literature, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Identity, Social identity theory, Identity formation, Social relation and Organizational structure. His Public relations research integrates issues from Self-concept, Moral development, Moral awareness, Mechanism and Id, ego and super-ego.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Leadership style, Shared leadership, Public relations and Leadership. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Task, Perception and Applied psychology. His Leadership style research includes elements of Educational leadership and Leadership development.
His studies in Shared leadership integrate themes in fields like Knowledge management and Transformational leadership. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Observational learning, Self-concept, Id, ego and super-ego and Agency. He has included themes like Goodness of fit and Person–environment fit in his Job satisfaction study.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Perception, Measure, Econometrics and Agency. D. Scott DeRue performs integrative study on Social psychology and Justice in his works. His research integrates issues of Quality and Interpersonal communication in his study of Perception.
The concepts of his Agency study are interwoven with issues in Observational learning and Public relations.
D. Scott DeRue mostly deals with Social psychology, Perception, Portrait, Time changes and Congruence. His study of Interpersonal communication is a part of Social psychology. He has researched Interpersonal communication in several fields, including Organizational justice, Job satisfaction and Social exchange theory.
His Organizational justice study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Quality. His research in Congruence intersects with topics in Ethical leadership and Employee perceptions.
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The convergent and discriminant validity of subjective fit perceptions.
Daniel M. Cable;D. Scott DeRue.
TRAIT AND BEHAVIORAL THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP: AN INTEGRATION AND META-ANALYTIC TEST OF THEIR RELATIVE VALIDITY
D. Scott Derue;Jennifer D. Nahrgang;Ned Wellman;Stephen E. Humphrey.
Personnel Psychology (2011)
Who will Lead and Who will Follow? a Social Process of Leadership Identity Construction in Organizations
D. Scott DeRue;Susan J. Ashford.
Leadership in Teams: A Functional Approach to Understanding Leadership Structures and Processes
Frederick P. Morgeson;D. Scott DeRue;Elizabeth P. Karam.
Developing Leaders via Experience: The Role of Developmental Challenge, Learning Orientation, and Feedback Availability
D. Scott DeRue;Ned Wellman.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2009)
When can employees have a family life? The effects of daily workload and affect on work-family conflict and social behaviors at home.
Remus Ilies;Kelly M. Schwind;David T. Wagner;Michael D. Johnson.
Does power corrupt or enable? When and why power facilitates self-interested behavior
Katherine A DeCelles;D Scott DeRue;Joshua D Margolis;Tara L Ceranic.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2012)
Adaptive leadership theory: Leading and following as a complex adaptive process
D. Scott DeRue.
Research in Organizational Behavior (2011)
The riddle of heterarchy: : power transitions in cross-functional teams
Federico Aime;Stephen E. Humphrey;D. Scott DeRue;Jeffrey B. Paul.
Academy of Management Journal (2014)
Bridging the gap between I/O research and HR practice: Improving team composition, team training, and team task design
John R. Hollenbeck;D. Scott DeRue;Rick Guzzo.
Human Resource Management (2004)
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