Marla Baskerville Watkins
Marla Baskerville Watkins
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Northeastern University
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When birds of a feather flock together and when they do not: status composition, social dominance orientation, and organizational attractiveness.
EE Umphress, K Smith-Crowe, AP Brief, J Dietz, MB Watkins
Journal of Applied Psychology 92 (2), 396, 2007
Updating the organization man: An examination of involved fathering in the workplace
JJ Ladge, BK Humberd, M Baskerville Watkins, B Harrington
Academy of Management Perspectives 29 (1), 152-171, 2015
Gendered influence: A gender role perspective on the use and effectiveness of influence tactics
AN Smith, MB Watkins, MJ Burke, MS Christian, CE Smith, A Hall, ...
Journal of Management 39 (5), 1156-1183, 2013
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
Importance of women's political skill in male-dominated organizations
MB Watkins, AN Smith
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2014
Making the invisible visible: Paradoxical effects of intersectional invisibility on the career experiences of executive Black women
AN Smith, MB Watkins, JJ Ladge, P Carlton
Academy of Management Journal 62 (6), 1705-1734, 2019
Performing in a multi-cultural context: The role of personality
MJ Burke, MB Watkins, E Guzman
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 33 (6), 475-485, 2009
The use and consequences of strategic sexual performances
MB Watkins, AN Smith, K Aquino
Academy of Management Perspectives 27 (3), 173-186, 2013
Second-class citizen? Contract workers' perceived status, dual commitment and intent to quit
WR Boswell, MB Watkins, M del Carmen Triana, A Zardkoohi, R Ren, ...
Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (2), 454-463, 2012
Social sexual behavior at work
K Aquino, L Sheppard, MB Watkins, J O’Reilly, A Smith
Research in Organizational Behavior 34, 217-236, 2014
Compassion organizing: Employees' satisfaction with corporate philanthropic disaster response and reduced job strain
MB Watkins, R Ren, EE Umphress, WR Boswell, MC Triana, A Zardkoohi
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 88 (2), 436-458, 2015
It’s not black and white: Toward a contingency perspective on the consequences of being a token
MB Watkins, A Simmons, E Umphress
Academy of Management Perspectives 33 (3), 334-365, 2019
Subordinates’ perceptions of supervisor paternalism: a scale development
MF Wagstaff, A Collela, M del Carmen Triana, AN Smith, MB Watkins
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2015
Your work is interfering with our life! The influence of a significant other on employee job search activity
M Baskerville Watkins, R Ren, WR Boswell, EE Umphress, MC Triana, ...
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (3), 531-538, 2012
Interviews with 59 Black female executives explore intersectional invisibility and strategies to overcome it
AN Smith, MB Watkins, JJ Ladge, P Carlton
Harvard Business Review, 2018
Do birds of a feather flock together or do opposites attract? Organizational diversity, social dominance orientation, and organizational attractiveness
EE Umphress, K Smith-Crowe, AP Brief, J Dietz, M Baskerville
Journal of applied psychology 92, 396-409, 2007
Sex as a tool at work: Flirting to success or flirting with disaster
S Chan-Serafin, AP Brief, MB Watkins
Unpublished manuscript, University of Utah, 2007
Sex as a tool: Does utilizing sexuality at work work
J Bradley, S Chan, AP Brief, M Baskerville
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2005
Are male tokens bad for females? The effect of social dominance orientation on high‐status tokens' evaluations of low‐status members
AL Simmons, MB Watkins, EE Umphress
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45 (2), 55-66, 2015
The role of culture on perceptions of organizational politics and work outcomes: A meta-analysis
MB Watkins, AN Smith, ED Cooke, MS Christian
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 16529, 2014
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