Laurie Barclay
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Exploring the role of emotions in injustice perceptions and retaliation.
LJ Barclay, DP Skarlicki, SD Pugh
Journal of Applied Psychology 90 (4), 629-643, 2005
7332005
Healing the wounds of organizational injustice: Examining the benefits of expressive writing.
LJ Barclay, DP Skarlicki
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (2), 511-523, 2009
1622009
Echoes of Silence: Employee Silence as a Mediator Between Overall Justice and Employee Outcomes
DB Whiteside, LJ Barclay
Journal of business ethics 116 (2), 251-266, 2013
1582013
Approach or avoid? Exploring overall justice and the differential effects of positive and negative emotions
LJ Barclay, T Kiefer
Journal of Management 40 (7), 1857-1898, 2014
1252014
When explanations for layoffs are not enough: Employer's integrity as a moderator of the relationship between informational justice and retaliation
DP Skarlicki, LJ Barclay, DS Pugh
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 81 (1), 123-146, 2008
1022008
Understanding the mediating role of toxic emotional experiences in the relationship between negative emotions and adverse outcomes
T Kiefer, LJ Barclay
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (4), 600-625, 2012
602012
A systems perspective on forgiveness in organizations
RJ Bies, LJ Barclay, TM Tripp, K Aquino
Academy of Management Annals 10 (1), 245-318, 2016
512016
To Avenge or Not to Avenge? Exploring the Interactive Effects of Moral Identity and the Negative Reciprocity Norm
LJ Barclay, DB Whiteside, K Aquino
Journal of business ethics 121 (1), 15-28, 2014
472014
Motivated Cognition and Fairness: Insights, Integration, and Creating a Path Forward.
LJ Barclay, MR Bashshur, M Fortin
Journal of Applied Psychology 102, 867-889, 2017
462017
Facilitating forgiveness in organizational contexts: Exploring the injustice gap, emotions, and expressive writing interventions
LJ Barclay, MF Saldanha
Journal of Business Ethics 137 (4), 699-720, 2016
392016
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, 732-752, 2017
362017
Do I want to know? How the motivation to acquire relationship-threatening information in groups contributes to paranoid thought, suspicion behavior, and social rejection
JC Marr, S Thau, K Aquino, LJ Barclay
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 117 (2), 285-297, 2012
352012
Following in the footsteps of Mary Parker Follett: Exploring how insights from the past can advance organizational justice theory and research
LJ Barclay
Management Decision 43 (5), 740-760, 2005
352005
Workplace aggression and violence.
LJ Barclay, K Aquino
APA handbook of industrial and organizational psychology, Vol 3: Maintaining …, 2011
342011
The face of fairness: Self-awareness as a means to promote fairness among managers with low empathy
DB Whiteside, LJ Barclay
Journal of Business Ethics 137 (4), 721-730, 2016
312016
Integrating Organizational Justice and Affect: New Insights, Challenges, and Opportunities
A Hillebrandt, LJ Barclay
Social Justice Research 26 (4), 513-531, 2013
302013
The importance of policy in perceptions of organizational justice
G Brown, B Bemmels, LJ Barclay
Human Relations 63 (10), 1587-1609, 2010
302010
Shifting perspectives: Helping victims recover from organizational justice violations
LJ Barclay, DP Skarlicki
Research in social issues in management 6, 155-199, 2008
272008
When wanting to be fair is not enough: The effects of depletion and self-appraisal gaps on fair behavior
DB Whiteside, LJ Barclay
Journal of Management 44 (8), 3311-3335, 2018
242018
Speaking up in the Canadian military: The roles of voice, being heard, and generation in predicting civic virtue.
J Klammer, DP Skarlicki, L Barclay
Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du …, 2002
212002
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