Joel Brockner
Joel Brockner
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An integrative framework for explaining reactions to decisions: interactive effects of outcomes and procedures.
J Brockner, BM Wiesenfeld
Psychological bulletin 120 (2), 189, 1996
The escalation of commitment to a failing course of action: Toward theoretical progress
J Brockner
Academy of management review 17 (1), 39-61, 1992
Self-esteem at work: Research, theory, and practice.
J Brockner
Lexington Books/DC Heath and Com, 1988
Statistics and finance: An introduction
D Ruppert
Springer, 2014
When trust matters: The moderating effect of outcome favorability
J Brockner, PA Siegel, JP Daly, T Tyler, C Martin
Administrative science quarterly, 558-583, 1997
Taking a multifoci approach to the study of justice, social exchange, and citizenship behavior: The target similarity model
JJ Lavelle, DE Rupp, J Brockner
Journal of management 33 (6), 841-866, 2007
Regulatory focus theory: Implications for the study of emotions at work
J Brockner, ET Higgins
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 86 (1), 35-66, 2001
The influence of prior commitment to an institution on reactions to perceived unfairness: The higher they are, the harder they fall
J Brockner, TR Tyler, R Cooper-Schneider
Administrative Science Quarterly, 241-261, 1992
The effects of work layoffs on survivors: Research, theory, and practice
J Brockner
Research in organizational behavior 10, 213-255, 1988
Entrapment in escalating conflicts: A social psychological analysis
J Brockner, JZ Rubin
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Interactive effects of procedural justice and outcome negativity on victims and survivors of job loss
J Brockner, M Konovsky, R Cooper-Schneider, R Folger, C Martin, ...
Academy of management Journal 37 (2), 397-409, 1994
Culture and procedural justice: The influence of power distance on reactions to voice
J Brockner, G Ackerman, J Greenberg, MJ Gelfand, AM Francesco, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 37 (4), 300-315, 2001
Layoffs, job insecurity, and survivors' work effort: Evidence of an inverted-U relationship
J Brockner, S Grover, TF Reed, RL Dewitt
Academy of Management journal 35 (2), 413-425, 1992
Survivors' reactions to layoffs: We get by with a little help for our friends
J Brockner, S Grover, T Reed, R DeWitt, M O'Malley
Administrative science quarterly, 526-541, 1987
Understanding the interaction between procedural and distributive justice: The role of trust.
J Brockner
Sage Publications, Inc, 1996
Managing the effects of layoffs on survivors
J Brockner
California Management Review 34 (2), 9-28, 1992
Regulatory focus theory and the entrepreneurial process
J Brockner, ET Higgins, MB Low
Journal of business venturing 19 (2), 203-220, 2004
The dynamic relationship between performance feedback, trust, and conflict in groups: A longitudinal study
RS Peterson, KJ Behfar
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 92 (1-2), 102-112, 2003
When it is especially important to explain why: Factors affecting the relationship between managers' explanations of a layoff and survivors' reactions to the layoff
J Brockner, RL DeWitt, S Grover, T Reed
Journal of experimental social psychology 26 (5), 389-407, 1990
Making sense of procedural fairness: How high procedural fairness can reduce or heighten the influence of outcome favorability
J Brockner
Academy of management review 27 (1), 58-76, 2002
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