1999 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His main research concerns Social psychology, Perceived organizational support, Organizational commitment, Job performance and Organizational culture. His biological study deals with issues like Human resource management, which deal with fields such as Negative relationship and Employee retention. The various areas that Robert Eisenberger examines in his Perceived organizational support study include Job satisfaction and Social perception.
His Social perception research includes elements of Inference, Personal commitment, Absenteeism and Organization Relationship. The concepts of his Organizational commitment study are interwoven with issues in Social exchange theory and Well-being. His study in Organizational culture is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Socioemotional selectivity theory and Supervisor.
Robert Eisenberger mainly focuses on Social psychology, Perceived organizational support, Organizational commitment, Cognitive psychology and Reinforcement. In his study, Work organization is strongly linked to Perception, which falls under the umbrella field of Social psychology. His Perceived organizational support study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Organizational behavior, Social support, Job satisfaction, Social exchange theory and Organizational culture.
His work deals with themes such as Social relation and Organizational effectiveness, which intersect with Organizational behavior. His studies deal with areas such as Supervisor, Organizational citizenship behavior, Human resource management and Social perception as well as Organizational culture. His work deals with themes such as Affective events theory, Well-being, Knowledge management, Organizational learning and Socioemotional selectivity theory, which intersect with Organizational commitment.
Robert Eisenberger mainly investigates Social psychology, Perceived organizational support, Organizational commitment, Perception and Social exchange theory. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Facilitation and Well-being. Robert Eisenberger interconnects Structural equation modeling, Organization Relationship and Psychological contract in the investigation of issues within Perceived organizational support.
His Organizational commitment research incorporates themes from Job performance and Affective events theory. The Affective events theory study combines topics in areas such as Organizational behavior and human resources, Organization development, Organizational culture and Organizational learning. He combines subjects such as Cross-cultural and Job attitude with his study of Social exchange theory.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Perceived organizational support, Organizational commitment, Job performance and Supervisor. His studies link Structural equation modeling with Social psychology. Robert Eisenberger has included themes like Social information processing, Association and Counterproductive work behavior in his Perceived organizational support study.
His Organizational commitment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Affective events theory, Procedural justice, Perception, Organization Relationship and Social exchange theory. His Job performance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Work experience, Multilevel model and Competence. His Supervisor research includes elements of Pedagogy, Agency, Moderation, Social work and Reciprocity.
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Perceived organizational support: A review of the literature.
Linda Rhoades;Robert Eisenberger.
Perceived organizational support.
Robert Eisenberger;Robin Huntington;Steven Hutchison;Debora Sowa.
Reciprocation of perceived organizational support.
Robert Eisenberger;Stephen Armeli;Barbara Rexwinkel;Patrick D. Lynch.
Perceived Organizational Support and Employee Diligence, Commitment, and Innovation
Robert Eisenberger;Peter Fasolo;Valerie Davis-LaMastro.
Perceived supervisor support: contributions to perceived organizational support and employee retention.
Robert Eisenberger;Florence Stinglhamber;Christian Vandenberghe;Ivan L. Sucharski.
Affective commitment to the organization: the contribution of perceived organizational support.
Linda Rhoades;Robert Eisenberger;Stephen Armeli.
Perceived Organizational Support, Discretionary Treatment, and Job Satisfaction
Robert Eisenberger;Jim Cummings;Stephen Armeli;Patrick Lynch.
Detrimental effects of reward: Reality or myth?
Robert Eisenberger;Judy Cameron.
Perceived Organizational Support: A Meta-Analytic Evaluation of Organizational Support Theory:
James N. Kurtessis;Robert Eisenberger;Michael T. Ford;Louis C. Buffardi.
Perceived organizational support and psychological contracts: a theoretical integration
Justin Aselage;Robert Eisenberger.
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