L. A. Witt
L. A. Witt
Professor of Public Affairs, Management, and Psychology; U of Houston
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Interactive effects of personality and perceptions of the work situation on workplace deviance.
AE Colbert, MK Mount, JK Harter, LA Witt, MR Barrick
Journal of applied psychology 89 (4), 599, 2004
8952004
The interactive effects of conscientiousness and agreeableness on job performance.
LA Witt, LA Burke, MR Barrick, MK Mount
Journal of applied psychology 87 (1), 164, 2002
6822002
Servant leaders inspire servant followers: Antecedents and outcomes for employees and the organization
EM Hunter, MJ Neubert, SJ Perry, LA Witt, LM Penney, E Weinberger
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (2), 316-331, 2013
5832013
Interaction of social skill and general mental ability on job performance and salary.
GR Ferris, LA Witt, WA Hochwarter
Journal of applied psychology 86 (6), 1075, 2001
4922001
The interactive effect of leader-member exchange and communication frequency on performance ratings.
KM Kacmar, LA Witt, S Zivnuska, SM Gully
Journal of applied psychology 88 (4), 764, 2003
4692003
Gender and the relationship between perceived fairness of pay or promotion and job satisfaction.
LA Witt, LG Nye
Journal of Applied psychology 77 (6), 910, 1992
4641992
The role of participation in decision-making in the organizational politics-job satisfaction relationship
LA Witt, MC Andrews, KM Kacmar
Human Relations 53 (3), 341-358, 2000
4562000
The work-family interface and job performance: moderating effects of conscientiousness and perceived organizational support.
LA Witt, DS Carlson
Journal of occupational health psychology 11 (4), 343, 2006
3742006
The interaction of social skill and organizational support on job performance.
WA Hochwarter, LA Witt, DC Treadway, GR Ferris
Journal of applied psychology 91 (2), 482, 2006
3662006
Enhancing organizational goal congruence: A solution to organizational politics.
LA Witt
Journal of applied psychology 83 (4), 666, 1998
3641998
Exchange Ideology as a Moderator of Job Attitudes‐Organizational Citizenship Behaviors Relationships1
LA Witt
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 21 (18), 1490-1501, 1991
3331991
Social skill as moderator of the conscientiousness-performance relationship: Convergent results across four studies.
LA Witt, GR Ferris
Journal of applied psychology 88 (5), 809, 2003
3192003
Where the safety rubber meets the shop floor: A confirmatory model of management influence on workplace safety
RC Thompson, TF Hilton, LA Witt
Journal of safety Research 29 (1), 15-24, 1998
3061998
An examination of the curvilinear relationship between leader–member exchange and intent to turnover
KJ Harris, KM Kacmar, LA Witt
Journal of Organizational Behavior 26 (4), 363-378, 2005
3032005
Perceptions of organizational politics as a moderator of the relationship between consciousness and job performance.
WA Hochwarter, LA Witt, KM Kacmar
Journal of applied psychology 85 (3), 472, 2000
3012000
Interactive effects of personality and organizational politics on contextual performance
LA Witt, KM Kacmar, DS Carlson, S Zivnuska
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2002
2702002
Dimensionality and construct validity of the perceptions of organizational politics scale (POPS)
LG Nye, LA Witt
Educational and Psychological Measurement 53 (3), 821-829, 1993
2571993
When conscientiousness isn’t enough: Emotional exhaustion and performance among call center customer service representatives
LA Witt, MC Andrews, DS Carlson
Journal of Management 30 (1), 149-160, 2004
2512004
A review of personality and performance: Identifying boundaries, contingencies, and future research directions
LM Penney, E David, LA Witt
Human Resource Management Review 21 (4), 297-310, 2011
2342011
Incremental validity of empirically keyed biodata scales over GMA and the five factor personality constructs
MK Mount, LA Witt, MR Barrick
Personnel Psychology 53 (2), 299-323, 2000
2162000
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