Linn Van Dyne spends much of her time researching Social psychology, Organizational behavior, Organizational citizenship behavior, Job performance and Organizational commitment. Her study in Employee voice, Personality, Big Five personality traits, Cultural intelligence and Self-esteem is done as part of Social psychology. As a member of one scientific family, Linn Van Dyne mostly works in the field of Organizational behavior, focusing on Prosocial behavior and, on occasion, Conceptual framework and Industrial and organizational psychology.
The Organizational citizenship behavior study combines topics in areas such as Social exchange theory and Psychological contract. As a member of one scientific family, Linn Van Dyne mostly works in the field of Job performance, focusing on Construct and, on occasion, Extra role performance and Predictive validity. Her Organizational commitment research includes elements of Interpersonal relationship and Economy.
Linn Van Dyne focuses on Social psychology, Organizational citizenship behavior, Cultural intelligence, Organizational behavior and Job performance. Her works in Job satisfaction, Employee voice, Social exchange theory, Prosocial behavior and Moderated mediation are all subjects of inquiry into Social psychology. Her studies in Organizational citizenship behavior integrate themes in fields like Field, Contextual performance and Organizational culture.
Linn Van Dyne has included themes like Cognitive psychology, Cultural diversity and Multiculturalism in her Cultural intelligence study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Intercultural communication, Supervisor and Knowledge management. Her Job performance research integrates issues from Conscientiousness, Premise and Personality.
Her main research concerns Social psychology, Cultural intelligence, Organizational citizenship behavior, Scale and Perspective. Her Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Applied psychology and Supervisor. Her Cultural intelligence study incorporates themes from Social science, Cognitive psychology, Nomological network and Cultural diversity.
She focuses mostly in the field of Cultural diversity, narrowing it down to matters related to Diversity and, in some cases, Organizational behavior. Her Organizational behavior study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deference and Employee voice. Linn Van Dyne interconnects Organizational justice, Adaptive performance, Contextual performance and Social comparison theory in the investigation of issues within Organizational citizenship behavior.
Linn Van Dyne mostly deals with Cultural intelligence, Social psychology, Optimal distinctiveness theory, Nomological network and Organizational behavior. Linn Van Dyne has researched Cultural intelligence in several fields, including Interpersonal communication, Situational ethics, Situational judgement test and Data science. Linn Van Dyne brings together Social psychology and Multilevel model to produce work in her papers.
Her Optimal distinctiveness theory research incorporates themes from Moderated mediation, Organizational citizenship behavior, Helping behavior, Organizational culture and Conceptualization. Her research in Nomological network intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Function and Value. The study incorporates disciplines such as Intercultural communication, Cultural diversity, Body of knowledge and Cultural neuroscience, Cultural analysis in addition to Organizational behavior.
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Helping and Voice Extra-Role Behaviors: Evidence of Construct and Predictive Validity
Linn Van Dyne;Jeffrey A. LePine.
Cultural Intelligence: Its Measurement and Effects on Cultural Judgment and Decision Making, Cultural Adaptation and Task Performance
Soon Ang;Linn Van Dyne;Christine Koh;K. Yee Ng.
Conceptualizing Employee Silence and Employee Voice as Multidimensional Constructs
Linn Van Dyne;Soon Ang;Isabel C. Botero.
Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Construct Redefinition, Measurement, and Validation
Linn Van Dyne;Jill W. Graham;Richard M. Dienesch.
Psychological ownership and feelings of possession: three field studies predicting employee attitudes and organizational citizenship behavior
Linn Van Dyne;Jon L. Pierce.
Predicting voice behavior in work groups.
Jeffrey A. LePine;Linn Van Dyne.
Personality Correlates of the Four-Factor Model of Cultural Intelligence
Soon Ang;Linn Van Dyne;Christine Koh.
Voice and cooperative behavior as contrasting forms of contextual performance: evidence of differential relationships with big five personality characteristics and cognitive ability.
Jeffrey A. LePine;Linn Van Dyne.
Complex interdependence in task-performing groups
Richard Saavedra;P. Christopher Earley;Linn Van Dyne.
Organizational citizenship behavior of contingent workers in Singapore
Linn Van Dyne;Soon Ang.
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