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Does seeing “eye to eye” affect work engagement and organizational citizenship behavior? A role theory perspective on LMX agreement
FK Matta, BA Scott, J Koopman, DE Conlon
Academy of Management Journal 58 (6), 1686-1708, 2015
3852015
Examining follower responses to transformational leadership from a dynamic, person–environment fit perspective
BJ Tepper, N Dimotakis, LS Lambert, J Koopman, FK Matta, H Man Park, ...
Academy of Management Journal 61 (4), 1343-1368, 2018
2092018
Is consistently unfair better than sporadically fair? An investigation of justice variability and stress
FK Matta, BA Scott, JA Colquitt, J Koopman, LG Passantino
Academy of Management Journal 60 (2), 743-770, 2017
1862017
Significant work events and counterproductive work behavior: The role of fairness, emotions, and emotion regulation
FK Matta, HT Erol‐Korkmaz, RE Johnson, P Biçaksiz
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (7), 920-944, 2014
1792014
The dark side of transformational leader behaviors for leaders themselves: A conservation of resources perspective
SH Lin, BA Scott, FK Matta
Academy of Management Journal 62 (5), 1556-1582, 2019
1532019
Is leader–member exchange differentiation beneficial or detrimental for group effectiveness? A meta-analytic investigation and theoretical integration
A Yu, FK Matta, B Cornfield
Academy of Management Journal 61 (3), 1158-1188, 2018
1252018
Personality similarity in negotiations: Testing the dyadic effects of similarity in interpersonal traits and the use of emotional displays on negotiation outcomes.
KS Wilson, DS DeRue, FK Matta, M Howe, DE Conlon
Journal of applied psychology 101 (10), 1405, 2016
772016
Understanding the disparate behavioral consequences of LMX differentiation: The role of social comparison emotions
FK Matta, L Van Dyne
Academy of management review 45 (1), 154-180, 2020
682020
Ingratiation and popularity as antecedents of justice: A social exchange and social capital perspective
J Koopman, FK Matta, BA Scott, DE Conlon
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 131, 132-148, 2015
652015
Ethical leadership as a substitute for justice enactment: An information-processing perspective.
J Koopman, BA Scott, FK Matta, DE Conlon, T Dennerlein
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (9), 1103, 2019
532019
My coworkers are treated more fairly than me! A self-regulatory perspective on justice social comparisons
J Koopman, SH Lin, AC Lennard, FK Matta, RE Johnson
Academy of Management Journal 63 (3), 857-880, 2020
482020
Social identification in multiteam systems: The role of depletion and task complexity
JP Porck, FK Matta, JR Hollenbeck, JK Oh, K Lanaj, SM Lee
Academy of Management Journal 62 (4), 1137-1162, 2019
432019
It's not you, it's them: Social influences on trust propensity and trust dynamics
MD Baer, FK Matta, JK Kim, DT Welsh, N Garud
Personnel Psychology 71 (3), 423-455, 2018
432018
Misery loves company: An investigation of couples’ interrole conflict congruence
KS Wilson, HM Baumann, FK Matta, R Ilies, EE Kossek
Academy of Management Journal 61 (2), 715-737, 2018
412018
Daily mistrust: A resource perspective and its implications for work and home
K Lanaj, PH Kim, J Koopman, FK Matta
Personnel Psychology 71 (4), 545-570, 2018
362018
Leader-member exchange and performance: Where we are and where we go from here
FK Matta, L Van Dyne
The Oxford handbook of leader–member exchange, 1-33, 2015
342015
Not all fairness is created equal: A study of employee attributions of supervisor justice motives.
FK Matta, TB Sabey, BA Scott, SHJ Lin, J Koopman
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (3), 274, 2020
312020
Undertrusted, overtrusted, or just right? The fairness of (in) congruence between trust wanted and trust received
MD Baer, EL Frank, FK Matta, MM Luciano, N Wellman
Academy of Management Journal 64 (1), 180-206, 2021
282021
Dynamic systems theory and dual change score models: Seeing teams through the lens of developmental psychology
JG Matusik, JR Hollenbeck, FK Matta, JK Oh
Academy of Management Journal 62 (6), 1760-1788, 2019
252019
Exchanging one uncertainty for another: Justice variability negates the benefits of justice.
FK Matta, BA Scott, ZA Guo, JG Matusik
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (1), 97, 2020
212020
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