Annika Hillebrandt
Annika Hillebrandt
Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
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Comparing integral and incidental emotions: Testing insights from emotions as social information theory and attribution theory.
A Hillebrandt, LJ Barclay
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (5), 732-752, 2017
Integrating organizational justice and affect: New insights, challenges, and opportunities
A Hillebrandt, LJ Barclay
Social Justice Research 26 (4), 513-531, 2013
Observing others’ anger and guilt can make you feel unfairly treated: The interpersonal effects of emotions on justice-related reactions
A Hillebrandt, LJ Barclay
Social Justice Research 30 (3), 238-269, 2017
When and why does corporate social responsibility work? Exploring insights from psychological theories and perspectives
A Hillebrandt
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6 (4), 342-346, 2013
How cheating undermines the perceived value of justice in the workplace: The mediating effect of shame
A Hillebrandt, LJ Barclay
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (10), 1164–1180, 2020
Delivering bad news fairly: The influence of core self-evaluations and anxiety for the enactment of interpersonal justice
A Hillebrandt, MF Saldanha, D Brady, LJ Barclay
Human Relations, Advance online publication, 2021
Broadening Our Understanding of "Doing Justice" in Organizations
M Baer, A Hillebrandt, M Nishioka, C Varty, J Zwank
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13821, 2020
Understanding emotions in the workplace: A critical examination of the role of emotions in justice and negotiation
A Hillebrandt
Wilfrid Laurier University, 2018
Cheating in the Workplace: New Directions in Theory and Research
A Hillebrandt, M Kouchaki, MS Mitchell, SW Wakeman
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 11123, 2017
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