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Nichelle C. Carpenter
Nichelle C. Carpenter
Associate Professor, Department of Human Resource Management, Rutgers University - New Brunswick
Verified email at rutgers.edu
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Do other-reports of counterproductive work behavior provide an incremental contribution over self-reports? A meta-analytic comparison.
CM Berry, NC Carpenter, CL Barratt
Journal of applied psychology 97 (3), 613, 2012
6422012
A meta‐analytic comparison of self‐reported and other‐reported organizational citizenship behavior
NC Carpenter, CM Berry, L Houston
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (4), 547-574, 2014
2972014
Fairness at the collective level: A meta-analytic examination of the consequences and boundary conditions of organizational justice climate.
DS Whitman, S Caleo, NC Carpenter, MT Horner, JB Bernerth
Journal of applied psychology 97 (4), 776, 2012
2902012
Are counterproductive work behavior and withdrawal empirically distinct? A meta-analytic investigation
NC Carpenter, CM Berry
Journal of Management 43 (3), 834-863, 2017
1182017
Seeing eye to eye: A meta-analysis of self-other agreement of leadership
A Lee, NC Carpenter
The leadership quarterly 29 (2), 253-275, 2018
882018
Social affiliation in same-class and cross-class interactions.
S Côté, MW Kraus, NC Carpenter, PK Piff, U Beermann, D Keltner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (2), 269, 2017
582017
The association between objective and subjective socioeconomic status and subjective well-being: A meta-analytic review.
JJX Tan, MW Kraus, NC Carpenter, NE Adler
Psychological Bulletin 146 (11), 970, 2020
572020
Invited reaction: The work cognition inventory: Initial evidence of construct validity
DA Newman, DL Joseph, TE Sparkman, NC Carpenter
Human Resource Development Quarterly 22 (1), 37-47, 2011
552011
Rules of engagement: The joint influence of trainer expressiveness and trainee experiential learning style on engagement and training transfer
B Rangel, W Chung, TB Harris, NC Carpenter, DS Chiaburu, JL Moore
International Journal of Training and Development 19 (1), 18-31, 2015
482015
Are supervisors and coworkers likely to witness employee counterproductive work behavior? An investigation of observability and self–observer convergence
NC Carpenter, B Rangel, G Jeon, J Cottrell
Personnel Psychology 70 (4), 843-889, 2017
472017
An examination of factors influencing responses to requests for disability accommodations.
NC Carpenter, RL Paetzold
Rehabilitation psychology 58 (1), 18, 2013
392013
Don’t forget the items: Item-level meta-analytic and substantive validity techniques for reexamining scale validation
NC Carpenter, J Son, TB Harris, AL Alexander, MT Horner
Organizational Research Methods 19 (4), 616-650, 2016
372016
Construct mixology: Forming new management constructs by combining old ones
DA Newman, DA Harrison, NC Carpenter, SM Rariden
Academy of Management Annals 10 (1), 943-995, 2016
352016
Employees’ motivation for personal initiative
DS Chiaburu, NC Carpenter
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2013
242013
The other side of the coin? Similarities and differences between organizational citizenship behavior and counterproductive work behavior
RS Dalal, NC Carpenter
The Oxford handbook of organizational citizenship behavior, 69-89, 2018
152018
Unit-level counterproductive work behavior (CWB): A conceptual review and quantitative summary
NC Carpenter, DS Whitman, R Amrhein
Journal of Management 47 (6), 1498-1527, 2021
82021
The association between objective and subjective socioeconomic standing and subjective well-being: A meta-analytic review
JJX Tan, M Kraus, NC Carpenter, NE Adler
PsyArXiv, 2020
52020
An item‐level investigation of conceptual and empirical distinctiveness of proactivity constructs
S Cho, NC Carpenter, B Zhang
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 28 (3), 337-350, 2020
42020
The conceptual versus empirical distinctiveness of work performance constructs: The impact of work performance items.
NC Carpenter, W Arthur Jr
IAP Information Age Publishing, 2013
42013
Toward a sociocultural psychological approach to examining stereotype threat in the workplace
KS Jones, NC Carpenter
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 7 (3), 429-433, 2014
32014
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