His main research concerns Social psychology, Job performance, Organizational behavior, Conceptualization and Public relations. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social skills and Perception. His studies in Job performance integrate themes in fields like Industrial and organizational psychology, Social environment and Personality.
He interconnects Organizational studies, Organizational learning, Public administration, Construct validity and Occupational stress in the investigation of issues within Organizational behavior. His Public relations research integrates issues from Concept learning, Rubric, Incivility and Abusive supervision. His research integrates issues of Construct and Career stage in his study of Job satisfaction.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Public relations, Job performance, Job satisfaction and Human resource management. As part of his studies on Social psychology, Gerald R. Ferris frequently links adjacent subjects like Perception. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Construct, Affect, Impression management and Reputation.
Gerald R. Ferris combines subjects such as Social skills, Job analysis, Applied psychology and Personality with his study of Job performance. His Job satisfaction study frequently involves adjacent topics like Organizational citizenship behavior. The concepts of his Human resource management study are interwoven with issues in Field and Human resources.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Public relations, Job satisfaction, Reputation and Perception. His Supervisor research extends to the thematically linked field of Social psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Social relation, Process, Human resources, Construct and Impression management as well as Public relations.
His work on Job performance as part of general Job satisfaction research is often related to Accountability and Work engagement, thus linking different fields of science. His Reputation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marketing and Interpersonal relationship. His Perception research includes themes of Outcome and Moderation.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Public relations, Job performance and Perception. His research on Social psychology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Construct. His Job satisfaction study incorporates themes from Organisation climate and Organizational citizenship behavior.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phenomenon, Process and Reputation. His research in Job performance intersects with topics in Human resource management, Passion, Human resources and Line management. He focuses mostly in the field of Social influence, narrowing it down to topics relating to Impression management and, in certain cases, Field and Organizational studies.
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THE VALIDITY OF THE JOB CHARACTERISTICS MODEL: A REVIEW AND META‐ANALYSIS
Yitzhak Fried;Gerald R. Ferris.
Personnel Psychology (1987)
Development and Validation of the Political Skill Inventory
Gerald R. Ferris;Darren C. Treadway;Robert W. Kolodinsky;Wayne A. Hochwarter.
Journal of Management (2005)
A Meta-Analysis of Antecedents and Consequences of Leader-Member Exchange Integrating the Past With an Eye Toward the Future
James H. Dulebohn;William H. Bommer;Robert C. Liden;Robyn L. Brouer.
Journal of Management (2012)
Influence tactics, affect, and exchange quality in supervisor-subordinate interactions: A laboratory experiment and field study.
Sandy J. Wayne;Gerald R. Ferris.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1990)
Perceptions of Organizational Politics
Gerald R. Ferris;K. Michele Kacmar.
Journal of Management (1992)
Political Skill in Organizations
Gerald R. Ferris;Darren C. Treadway;Pamela L. Perrewé;Robyn L. Brouer.
Journal of Management (2007)
Politics in organizations.
Gerald R. Ferris;Gail S. Russ;Patricia M. Fandt.
Personnel/Human Resources Management: A Political Influence Perspective:
Gerald R. Ferris;Timothy A. Judge.
Journal of Management (1991)
Social Context of Performance Evaluation Decisions
Timothy A. Judge;Gerald R. Ferris.
Academy of Management Journal (1993)
Human Resources Management: Some New Directions
Gerald R. Ferris;Wayne A. Hochwarter;M. Ronald Buckley;Gloria Harrell-Cook.
Journal of Management (1999)
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