Jason A. Colquitt mostly deals with Social psychology, Organizational behavior, Organizational citizenship behavior, Justice and Procedural justice. His Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology and Team effectiveness. His Organizational behavior research incorporates elements of Stakeholder, Team composition and Interdependence.
His work carried out in the field of Organizational citizenship behavior brings together such families of science as Job performance and Vulnerability. His research in Justice intersects with topics in Organizational justice and Diversity. His work in the fields of Procedural justice, such as Interactional justice, overlaps with other areas such as Collectivism and Work teams.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Organizational justice, Justice, Organizational behavior and Procedural justice. His study in Organizational citizenship behavior, Affect, Interpersonal communication, Injustice and Social exchange theory falls within the category of Social psychology. The Organizational justice study combines topics in areas such as Occupational stress, Distributive justice and Fairness perceptions.
His study in Justice is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Job satisfaction and Organisation climate. His Organizational behavior study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Content validity and Team composition. His work on Interactional justice as part of general Procedural justice research is often related to Theory based and Work teams, thus linking different fields of science.
Jason A. Colquitt spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Justice, Organizational behavior, Supervisor and Organizational justice. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Procedural justice, Field and Public relations. His Procedural justice research incorporates themes from Negativity bias and Distributive justice.
Within one scientific family, Jason A. Colquitt focuses on topics pertaining to Injustice under Justice, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Organisation climate. His work deals with themes such as Wonder and Self-control, which intersect with Organizational justice. The various areas that Jason A. Colquitt examines in his Organizational citizenship behavior study include Anger and Forgiveness.
Social psychology, Organizational behavior, Justice, Public relations and Injustice are his primary areas of study. His research on Social psychology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Supervisor. His Organizational behavior research integrates issues from Content validity, Industrial and organizational psychology and Applied psychology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Organizational justice, Occupational stress and Self-control in addition to Justice. His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Consistency, Affect and Social exchange theory. His studies link Organisation climate with Injustice.
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JUSTICE AT THE MILLENNIUM: A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW OF 25 YEARS OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE RESEARCH
Jason A. Colquitt;Donald E. Conlon;Michael J. Wesson;Christopher O. L. H. Porter.
On the dimensionality of organizational justice: a construct validation of a measure.
Jason A. Colquitt.
Toward an integrative theory of training motivation: A meta-analytic path analysis of 20 years of research.
Jason A. Colquitt;Jeffrey A. LePine;Raymond A. Noe.
Trust, trustworthiness, and trust propensity: A meta-analytic test of their unique relationships with risk taking and job performance.
Jason A. Colquitt;Brent A. Scott;Jeffery A. LePine.
Transformational Leadership and Job Behaviors: The Mediating Role of Core Job Characteristics.
Ronald F. Piccolo;Jason A. Colquitt.
What Is Organizational Justice? A Historical Overview
Jason A. Colquitt;Jerald Greenberg;Cindy P. Zapata-Phelan.
Justice at the millennium, a decade later: a meta-analytic test of social exchange and affect-based perspectives.
Jason A. Colquitt;Brent A. Scott;Jessica B. Rodell;David M. Long.
Organizational Behavior : Improving Performance and Commitment in the Workplace
Jason A. Colquitt;Jeffery A. Lepine;Michael J. Wesson.
TRENDS IN THEORY BUILDING AND THEORY TESTING: A FIVE-DECADE STUDY OF THE ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT JOURNAL
Jason A. Colquitt;Cindy P. Zapata-Phelan.
Organizational justice and stress: The mediating role of work-family conflict
Timothy A. Judge;Jason A. Colquitt.
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