Dean of Fellow, Academy of Management
His main research concerns Social psychology, Job performance, Organizational behavior, Job satisfaction and Organizational justice. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Procedural justice, Cognition and Emotional exhaustion. His Job performance study deals with Organizational commitment intersecting with Sample, Organisation climate and Burnout.
His research in Organizational behavior tackles topics such as Social exchange theory which are related to areas like Social relation and Reciprocity. His work on Affective events theory and Personnel psychology as part of general Job satisfaction study is frequently connected to Well-being, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Russell Cropanzano has included themes like Justice and Conceptual framework in his Organizational justice study.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Organizational justice, Justice, Organizational behavior and Job performance. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Procedural justice and Perception. He works mostly in the field of Organizational justice, limiting it down to topics relating to Injustice and, in certain cases, Law and economics, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Organizational behavior research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organization development, Interactional justice, Criminology, Neuroscience and Morality. His work deals with themes such as Turnover and Emotional exhaustion, which intersect with Job performance. The concepts of his Social exchange theory study are interwoven with issues in Social relation and Perceived organizational support.
Social psychology, Organizational justice, Justice, Affect and Cognitive psychology are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Perception, Outcome, Applied psychology, Supervisor and Sample. His work investigates the relationship between Supervisor and topics such as Moderated mediation that intersect with problems in Job performance.
His Organizational justice research incorporates elements of Criminology, Econometrics, Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory and Normative. In his work, Skepticism and Deontic logic is strongly intertwined with Business ethics, which is a subfield of Justice. The Affect study combines topics in areas such as Marketing and Affective events theory.
His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Justice, Organizational justice, Applied psychology and Emotional exhaustion. Russell Cropanzano is interested in Job performance, which is a branch of Social psychology. His Justice research includes elements of Interpersonal communication, Normative, Subject and Public administration.
The various areas that Russell Cropanzano examines in his Organizational justice study include Deontic logic, Criminology and Retributive justice. His Applied psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Moderated mediation, Outcome, Perception and Primary research. His studies in Emotional exhaustion integrate themes in fields like Emotional labor, Display rules, Job satisfaction, Sample and Convergence.
Social Exchange Theory: An Interdisciplinary Review
Russell Cropanzano;Marie S. Mitchell.
Affective Events Theory: A theoretical discussion of the structure, causes and consequences of affective experiences at work.
Howard M. Weiss;Russell Cropanzano.
Organizational Justice and Human Resource Management
Robert Folger;Russell Cropanzano.
Emotional exhaustion as a predictor of job performance and voluntary turnover.
Thomas A. Wright;Russell Cropanzano.
Moral Virtues, Fairness Heuristics, Social Entities, and Other Denizens of Organizational Justice.
Russell Cropanzano;Zinta S. Byrne;D.Ramona Bobocel;Deborah E. Rupp.
The relationship of emotional exhaustion to work attitudes, job performance, and organizational citizenship behaviors.
Russell Cropanzano;Deborah E. Rupp;Zinta S. Byrne.
The Conservation Of Resources model applied to work–family conflict and strain.
Alicia A. Grandey;Russell Cropanzano.
Perceived fairness of employee drug testing as a predictor of employee attitudes and job performance.
Mary A. Konovsky;Russell Cropanzano.
The Management of Organizational Justice
Russell Cropanzano;David E. Bowen;Stephen W. Gilliland.
The relationship of organizational politics and support to work behaviors, attitudes, and stress
Russell Cropanzano;John C. Howes;Alicia A. Grandey;Paul Toth.
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