2015 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His main research concerns Social psychology, Organizational behavior, Occupational stress, Leadership style and Job satisfaction. His work on Self-efficacy, Organizational commitment and Big Five personality traits as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Collectivism and Allocentrism, thus linking different fields of science. His Organizational behavior research includes themes of Organizational justice, Justice, Cognition and Absenteeism.
His Occupational stress research integrates issues from Coping and Stressor. As a member of one scientific family, John Schaubroeck mostly works in the field of Leadership style, focusing on Transformational leadership and, on occasion, Teamwork, Leader development, Team composition and Team effectiveness. John Schaubroeck interconnects Developmental psychology and Perception in the investigation of issues within Job satisfaction.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Organizational behavior, Job performance, Organizational commitment and Perception. All of his Social psychology and Job satisfaction, Abusive supervision, Job attitude, Leadership style and Occupational stress investigations are sub-components of the entire Social psychology study. His research in Occupational stress intersects with topics in Coping, Stressor, Industrial and organizational psychology and Well-being.
John Schaubroeck has researched Organizational behavior in several fields, including Human resource management and Organizational citizenship behavior. His work carried out in the field of Organizational commitment brings together such families of science as Affective events theory, Turnover and Prosocial behavior. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social exchange theory and Leadership studies in addition to Perception.
Social psychology, Abusive supervision, Applied psychology, Perception and Social exchange theory are his primary areas of study. His study in Job performance, Organizational citizenship behavior, Organizational commitment, Transformational leadership and Transactional leadership falls within the category of Social psychology. His research integrates issues of Moderated mediation, Occupational stress, Well-being and Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory in his study of Job performance.
His research investigates the link between Organizational commitment and topics such as Organizational behavior that cross with problems in Authentic leadership. The concepts of his Perception study are interwoven with issues in Stigma, Coping behavior and Withdrawal. His Social exchange theory study combines topics in areas such as Psychotherapist and Affect.
John Schaubroeck mostly deals with Social psychology, Perception, Social exchange theory, Organizational commitment and Abusive supervision. Organizational identification, Transformational leadership, Leadership style, Moderated mediation and Transactional leadership are among the areas of Social psychology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His studies examine the connections between Transformational leadership and genetics, as well as such issues in Ethical leadership, with regards to Organizational behavior.
His work deals with themes such as Service quality and Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory, which intersect with Leadership style. The Perception study combines topics in areas such as Interpersonal communication, Performance management, Meaning and Organizational citizenship behavior. His Social exchange theory course of study focuses on Affect and Identity and Cognition.
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A meta-analysis of self-supervisor, self-peer, and peer-supervisor ratings.
Michael M. Harris;John Schaubroeck.
Work Stress and Employee Health
Daniel C. Ganster;John Schaubroeck.
Cognition-based and affect-based trust as mediators of leader behavior influences on team performance.
John Schaubroeck;Simon S. K. Lam;Ann Chunyan Peng.
Leader Personality Traits and Employee Voice Behavior: Mediating Roles of Ethical Leadership and Work Group Psychological Safety
Fred O. Walumbwa;John Schaubroeck.
RETRACTED: Psychological processes linking authentic leadership to follower behaviors
Fred O. Walumbwa;Peng Wang;Hui Wang;John Schaubroeck.
Embracing transformational leadership: team values and the impact of leader behavior on team performance.
John Schaubroeck;Simon S. K. Lam;Sandra E. Cha.
Antecedents of workplace emotional labor dimensions and moderators of their effects on physical symptoms
John Schaubroeck;James R. Jones.
Embedding Ethical Leadership within and across Organization Levels
John Schaubroeck;Sean T. Hannah;Bruce J. Avolio;Steve W. J. Kozlowski.
Relationship between organizational justice and employee work outcomes: a cross‐national study
Simon S. K. Lam;John Schaubroeck;Samuel Aryee.
Divergent Effects Of Job Control On Coping With Work Stressors: The Key Role Of Self-Efficacy
John Schaubroeck;Deryl E. Merritt.
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