Seth Kaplan
Seth Kaplan
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The affective underpinnings of job perceptions and attitudes: a meta-analytic review and integration.
CJ Thoresen, SA Kaplan, AP Barsky, CR Warren, K De Chermont
American Psychological Association 129 (6), 914, 2003
11282003
On the role of positive and negative affectivity in job performance: A meta-analytic investigation.
S Kaplan, JC Bradley, JN Luchman, D Haynes
Journal of Applied psychology 94 (1), 162, 2009
5762009
If you feel bad, it's unfair: A quantitative synthesis of affect and organizational justice perceptions.
A Barsky, SA Kaplan
Journal of applied psychology 92 (1), 286, 2007
3272007
The benefits of flexible team interaction during crises.
AA Stachowski, SA Kaplan, MJ Waller
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (6), 1536, 2009
2082009
Just feelings? The role of affect in the formation of organizational fairness judgments
A Barsky, SA Kaplan, DJ Beal
Journal of Management 37 (1), 248-279, 2011
1612011
Modeling negative affectivity and job stress: a contingency‐based approach
A Barsky, CJ Thoresen, CR Warren, SA Kaplan
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2004
1272004
A within-person examination of the effects of telework
RP Vega, AJ Anderson, SA Kaplan
Journal of Business and Psychology 30 (2), 313-323, 2015
1062015
A test of two positive psychology interventions to increase employee well-being
S Kaplan, JC Bradley-Geist, A Ahmad, A Anderson, AK Hargrove, ...
Journal of Business and Psychology 29 (3), 367-380, 2014
1052014
The role of organizational leaders in employee emotion management: A theoretical model
S Kaplan, J Cortina, G Ruark, K LaPort, V Nicolaides
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (3), 563-580, 2014
1052014
The impact of telework on emotional experience: When, and for whom, does telework improve daily affective well-being?
AJ Anderson, SA Kaplan, RP Vega
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (6), 882-897, 2015
942015
The role of positive affectivity in team effectiveness during crises
S Kaplan, K LaPort, MJ Waller
Journal of Organizational Behavior 34 (4), 473-491, 2013
942013
An examination of blue-versus white-collar workers’ conceptualizations of job satisfaction facets
X Hu, S Kaplan, RS Dalal
Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (2), 317-325, 2010
882010
Reducing nurses' stress: A randomized controlled trial of a web-based stress management program for nurses
RK Hersch, RF Cook, DK Deitz, S Kaplan, D Hughes, MA Friesen, ...
Applied nursing research 32, 18-25, 2016
822016
A note on the relationship between affect (ivity) and differing conceptualizations of job satisfaction: Some unexpected meta-analytic findings
SA Kaplan, CR Warren, AP Barsky, CJ Thoresen
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 18 (1), 29-54, 2009
822009
Is “feeling good” good enough? Differentiating discrete positive emotions at work
X Hu, S Kaplan
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (1), 39-58, 2015
782015
Assumptions of cross-level measurement and structural invariance in the analysis of multilevel data: Problems and solutions.
MJ Zyphur, SA Kaplan, MS Christian
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 12 (2), 127, 2008
702008
Does it pay to be a sexist? The relationship between modern sexism and career outcomes
MB Watkins, S Kaplan, AP Brief, A Shull, J Dietz, MT Mansfield, R Cohen
Journal of Vocational behavior 69 (3), 524-537, 2006
612006
Team adaptiveness in dynamic contexts: Contextualizing the roles of interaction patterns and in-process planning
Z Lei, MJ Waller, J Hagen, S Kaplan
Group & Organization Management 41 (4), 491-525, 2016
522016
Test of a web-based program to improve adherence to HIV medications
RK Hersch, RF Cook, DW Billings, S Kaplan, D Murray, S Safren, ...
AIDS and Behavior 17 (9), 2963-2976, 2013
392013
Metaperceptions in diverse work groups: Intrapersonal perspectives and intragroup processes
EB King, S Kaplan, S Zaccaro
Diversity and groups, 2008
392008
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