His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Organizational commitment, Organizational citizenship behavior, Construct and Core self-evaluations. His work on Social psychology deals in particular with Organizational behavior, Ego depletion, Job performance, Self-concept and Big Five personality traits. His Self-concept study which covers Identity that intersects with Employee research, Promotion and Employee engagement.
His Organizational commitment study combines topics in areas such as Job satisfaction, Continuance, Self and Mechanism. Russell E. Johnson has included themes like Organizational justice, Justice and Affective events theory in his Organizational citizenship behavior study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Construct validity and Management science in addition to Construct.
Russell E. Johnson focuses on Social psychology, Organizational citizenship behavior, Organizational commitment, Regulatory focus theory and Job performance. His study in Experience sampling method, Identity, Organizational behavior, Organizational justice and Self-concept are all subfields of Social psychology. His study in Organizational citizenship behavior is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Perception and Transformational leadership.
His studies deal with areas such as Affective events theory and Supervisor as well as Organizational commitment. The Job performance study combines topics in areas such as Big Five personality traits and Personality. His Core self-evaluations research includes themes of Construct validity, Management science and Common-method variance.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Experience sampling method, Perspective, PsycINFO and Organizational citizenship behavior. As part of his studies on Social psychology, Russell E. Johnson frequently links adjacent subjects like Cynicism. His work carried out in the field of Experience sampling method brings together such families of science as Servant leadership, Transformational leadership, Prosocial behavior and Visionary leadership.
His research in Transformational leadership intersects with topics in Feeling and Leadership style. In his research, Promotion and Regulatory focus theory is intimately related to Cognitive appraisal, which falls under the overarching field of Organizational citizenship behavior. His study in the field of Job performance is also linked to topics like Intensive care, Societal impact of nanotechnology and Health care.
His main research concerns Perspective, Social psychology, Experience sampling method, Construal level theory and Big Five personality traits. A majority of his Perspective research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Shared leadership, Creativity, Promotion, Criminology and Economic Justice. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Work engagement and Receipt.
His Experience sampling method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Applied psychology and Transformational leadership. Russell E. Johnson interconnects Microeconomics and Visionary leadership in the investigation of issues within Construal level theory. His study in Conceptual blending extends to Big Five personality traits with its themes.
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Core Self-Evaluations: A Review and Evaluation of the Literature
Chu Hsiang Chang;D. Lance Ferris;Russell E. Johnson;Christopher C. Rosen.
Beginning the workday yet already depleted? Consequences of late-night smartphone use and sleep
Klodiana Lanaj;Russell E. Johnson;Christopher M. Barnes.
Regulatory focus and work-related outcomes: a review and meta-analysis.
Klodiana Lanaj;Chu Hsiang Daisy Chang;Russell E. Johnson.
Commitment and Motivation at Work: the Relevance of Employee Identity and Regulatory Focus
Russell E. Johnson;Chu Hsiang Chang;Liu Qin Yang.
Relationships of role stressors with organizational citizenship behavior: a meta-analysis.
Erin M. Eatough;Chu Hsiang Chang;Stephanie A. Miloslavic;Russell E. Johnson.
Motivation related to work: A century of progress.
Ruth Kanfer;Michael Frese;Russell E. Johnson.
When organizational justice and the self-concept meet: Consequences for the organization and its members ☆
Russell E. Johnson;Christopher Selenta;Robert G. Lord.
Assessing the impact of common method variance on higher order multidimensional constructs.
Russell E. Johnson;Christopher C. Rosen;Emilija Djurdjevic.
Leader identity as an antecedent of the frequency and consistency of transformational, consideration, and abusive leadership behaviors
Russell E. Johnson;Merlijn Venus;Klodiana Lanaj;Changguo Mao.
Motivated to acquire? The impact of ceo regulatory focus on firm acquisitions
Daniel L. Gamache;Gerry McNamara;Michael J. Mannor;Russell E. Johnson.
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