Dean B. McFarlin spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Procedural justice, Distributive justice and Distributive property. In general Social psychology, his work in Pay satisfaction is often linked to Quality of life linking many areas of study. The various areas that Dean B. McFarlin examines in his Pay satisfaction study include Sample, Affective events theory and Applied psychology.
His work on Job performance and Job attitude as part of general Job satisfaction study is frequently linked to Facet, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Distributive property study spans across into fields like Organizational commitment and Organizational justice. His Perception study combines topics in areas such as Interpersonal communication, Organizational level, Function and Interpersonal relationship.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Public relations, Perception and Procedural justice. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Test and Social psychology. His Job satisfaction research includes elements of Life satisfaction and Applied psychology.
The concepts of his Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Human resources and Process. His Procedural justice study incorporates themes from Justice, Feeling, Distributive justice and Control. Dean B. McFarlin combines subjects such as Organizational commitment and Law and economics with his study of Distributive justice.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Negotiation, Organizational behavior, Intuition, Public administration and Gender studies. Negotiation and Process management are frequently intertwined in his study. Dean B. McFarlin combines Intuition and Deliberation in his studies.
His Gender studies study often links to related topics such as Expatriate.
Intuition, Deliberation, Environmental economics, Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory and Empowerment are his primary areas of study.
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Research Notes. Distributive and Procedural Justice as Predictors of Satisfaction with Personal and Organizational Outcomes
Dean B. McFarlin;Paul D. Sweeney.
Academy of Management Journal (1992)
Workers' evaluations of the "ends" and the "means": An examination of four models of distributive and procedural justice.
Paul D. Sweeney;Dean B. McFarlin.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (1993)
Perceptions of mentor roles in cross-gender mentoring relationships☆
Belle Rose Ragins;Dean B McFarlin.
Journal of Vocational Behavior (1990)
Work—nonwork conflict and the perceived quality of life
Robert W. Rice;Michael R. Frone;Dean B. McFarlin.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1992)
Process and outcome: gender differences in the assessment of justice
Paul D. Sweeney;Dean B. McFARLIN.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (1997)
Effects of self-esteem and performance feedback on future affective preferences and cognitive expectations.
Dean B. McFarlin;Jim Blascovich.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1981)
Facet importance and job satisfaction.
Robert W. Rice;Douglas A. Gentile;Dean B. McFarlin.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1991)
Overworked and Underpaid: On the Nature of Gender Differences in Personal Entitlement
Brenda Major;Dean B. McFarlin;Diana Gagnon.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1984)
On knowing when to quit: Task failure, self‐esteem, advice, and nonproductive persistence
Dean B. McFarlin;Roy F. Baumeister;Jim Blascovich.
Journal of Personality (1984)
Organizational Work and the Perceived Quality of Life: Toward a Conceptual Model
Robert W. Rice;Dean B. McFarlin;Raymond G. Hunt;Janet P. Near.
Academy of Management Review (1985)
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