Cindy P. Muir (Zapata)
Cindy P. Muir (Zapata)
Associate Professor, Notre Dame
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Justice at the millennium, a decade later: a meta-analytic test of social exchange and affect-based perspectives.
JA Colquitt, BA Scott, JB Rodell, DM Long, CP Zapata, DE Conlon, ...
Journal of applied psychology 98 (2), 199, 2013
What is organizational justice? A historical overview.
JA Colquitt, J Greenberg, CP Zapata-Phelan
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2005
Trends in Theory Building and Theory Testing: A Five-Decade Study of the Academy of Management Journal
JA Colquitt, CP Zapata-Phelan
Academy of management journal 50 (6), 1281-1303, 2007
The person–situation debate revisited: Effect of situation strength and trait activation on the validity of the Big Five personality traits in predicting job performance
TA Judge, CP Zapata
Academy of Management Journal 58 (4), 1149-1179, 2015
Explaining the justice–performance relationship: Trust as exchange deepener or trust as uncertainty reducer?
JA Colquitt, JA LePine, RF Piccolo, CP Zapata, BL Rich
Journal of applied psychology 97 (1), 1, 2012
Procedural justice, interactional justice, and task performance: The mediating role of intrinsic motivation
CP Zapata-Phelan, JA Colquitt, BA Scott, B Livingston
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 108 (1), 93-105, 2009
Psychological collectivism: A measurement validation and linkage to group member performance.
CL Jackson, JA Colquitt, MJ Wesson, CP Zapata-Phelan
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (4), 884, 2006
Trust in typical and high-reliability contexts: Building and reacting to trust among firefighters
JA Colquitt, JA LePine, CP Zapata, RE Wild
Academy of Management Journal 54 (5), 999-1015, 2011
Justice as a dependent variable: Subordinate charisma as a predictor of interpersonal and informational justice perceptions.
BA Scott, JA Colquitt, CP Zapata-Phelan
Journal of Applied Psychology 92 (6), 1597, 2007
Social exchange from the supervisor’s perspective: Employee trustworthiness as a predictor of interpersonal and informational justice
CP Zapata, JE Olsen, LL Martins
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 121 (1), 1-12, 2013
Justice in teams: A review of fairness effects in collective contexts
JA Colquitt, CP Zapata-Phelan, QM Roberson
Research in personnel and human resources management, 2005
When justice promotes injustice: Why minority leaders experience bias when they adhere to interpersonal justice rules
CP Zapata, AM Carton, JT Liu
Academy of Management Journal 59 (4), 1150-1173, 2016
The consequences of humility for leaders: a double-edged sword
CP Zapata, LC Hayes-Jones
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 152, 47-63, 2019
What is organizational justice? A historical overview
J Greenberg, JA Colquitt, CP Zapata-Phelan
Handbook of organizational justice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005
From the Editors—Publishing Impactful Research in AMJ: Winners of the 2020 and 2021 Impact Awards
EE Umphress, LL Greer, CP Muir, A Knight
Academy of Management Journal 64 (6), 1648-1653, 2021
When and why bias suppression is difficult to sustain: The asymmetric effect of intermittent accountability
BC Solomon, MEK Hall, CP Muir
Academy of Management Journal, 2021
From the Editors—Insights on How We Try to Show Empathy, Respect, and Inclusion in AMJ
EE Umphress, F Rink, CP Muir, I Hideg
Academy of Management Journal 65 (2), 363-370, 2022
It’s Not Only What You Do, But Why You Do It: How Managerial Motives Influence Employees’ Fairness Judgments
CP Muir, EN Sherf, JT Liu
Why disagreeableness (in married men) leads to earning more: A theory and test of social exchange at home
BC Solomon, MEK Hall, CP Muir, EM Campbell
Personnel Psychology 75 (2), 383-410, 2022
Customer courtesy and service performance: The roles of self‐efficacy and social context
DJ Yoon, CP Muir, MH Yoon, E Kim
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 2022
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