2018 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Economic Justice, Organizational justice, Organizational behavior and Interactional justice. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Service and Morality. His Economic Justice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Masculinity, Collectivism, Femininity and Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory.
His Organizational justice research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology, Emotion classification and Social perception. His study focuses on the intersection of Organizational behavior and fields such as Moderation with connections in the field of Injustice, Interpersonal relationship, Interpersonal communication and Social relation. Daniel P. Skarlicki has researched Interactional justice in several fields, including Shame and Big Five personality traits, Personality.
Daniel P. Skarlicki mostly deals with Social psychology, Organizational justice, Economic Justice, Public relations and Justice. His research integrates issues of Perception and Morality in his study of Social psychology. His work in Organizational justice addresses issues such as Corporate social responsibility, which are connected to fields such as Employee engagement and Social responsibility.
His Economic Justice study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Procedural justice. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Social issues, Applied psychology and Human resource management. His Justice research integrates issues from Supervisor, Organisation climate and Reputation.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Organizational justice, Mindfulness, Psychotherapist and Justice. Many of his studies on Social psychology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Quality. The concepts of his Organizational justice study are interwoven with issues in Autonomy, Employee engagement, Corporate social responsibility and Fairness perceptions.
His Mindfulness study also includes
Daniel P. Skarlicki spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Organizational justice, Perspective, Morality and Self-concept. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Procedural justice and Organizational effectiveness. The various areas that he examines in his Procedural justice study include Interpersonal communication, Deontic logic, Proposition, Injustice and Anger.
His Organizational effectiveness study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organizational behavior, Social responsibility, Corporate social responsibility, Autonomy and Employee engagement. His Morality study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Consumer satisfaction. His Incivility research includes elements of Association and Aggression.
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RETALIATION IN THE WORKPLACE: THE ROLES OF DISTRIBUTIVE, PROCEDURAL, AND INTERACTIONAL JUSTICE
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Robert Folger.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1997)
Personality as a Moderator in the Relationship Between Fairness and Retaliation
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Robert Folger;Paul Tesluk.
Academy of Management Journal (1999)
Exploring the Role of Emotions in Injustice Perceptions and Retaliation.
Laurie J. Barclay;Daniel P. Skarlicki;S. Douglas Pugh.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2005)
Increasing citizenship behavior within a labor union : A test of organizational justice theory
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Gary P. Latham.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1996)
Unfairness and resistance to change: hardship as mistreatment
Robert Folger;Daniel P. Skarlicki.
Journal of Organizational Change Management (1999)
Applicants' and Employees' Reactions to Corporate Social Responsibility: The Moderating Effects of First‐Party Justice Perceptions and Moral Identity
Deborah E. Rupp;Ruodan Shao;Meghan A. Thornton;Daniel P. Skarlicki.
Personnel Psychology (2013)
Getting even for customer mistreatment: the role of moral identity in the relationship between customer interpersonal injustice and employee sabotage.
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Danielle D. van Jaarsveld;David D. Walker.
Journal of Applied Psychology (2008)
LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE TO INCREASE CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR WITHIN A LABOR UNION: A REPLICATION
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Gary P. Latham.
Personnel Psychology (1997)
THIRD-PARTY REACTIONS TO EMPLOYEE (MIS)TREATMENT: A JUSTICE PERSPECTIVE
Daniel P. Skarlicki;Carol T. Kulik.
The Role of Job Demands and Emotional Exhaustion in the Relationship Between Customer and Employee Incivility
Danielle D. van Jaarsveld;David D. Walker;Daniel P. Skarlicki.
Journal of Management (2010)
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