Klodiana Lanaj
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Regulatory focus and work-related outcomes: a review and meta-analysis.
K Lanaj, CH Chang, RE Johnson
Psychological bulletin 138 (5), 998, 2012
Beginning the workday yet already depleted? Consequences of late-night smartphone use and sleep
K Lanaj, RE Johnson, CM Barnes
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 124 (1), 11-23, 2014
Integrating the bright and dark sides of OCB: A daily investigation of the benefits and costs of helping others
J Koopman, K Lanaj, BA Scott
Academy of Management Journal 59 (2), 414-435, 2016
Leader identity as an antecedent of the frequency and consistency of transformational, consideration, and abusive leadership behaviors.
RE Johnson, M Venus, K Lanaj, C Mao, CH Chang
Journal of applied psychology 97 (6), 1262, 2012
The good and bad of being fair: Effects of procedural and interpersonal justice behaviors on regulatory resources.
RE Johnson, K Lanaj, CM Barnes
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (4), 635, 2014
Benefits of transformational behaviors for leaders: A daily investigation of leader behaviors and need fulfillment.
K Lanaj, RE Johnson, SM Lee
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (2), 237, 2016
When lending a hand depletes the will: The daily costs and benefits of helping.
K Lanaj, RE Johnson, M Wang
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (8), 1097, 2016
Leadership over-emergence in self-managing teams: The role of gender and countervailing biases
K Lanaj, JR Hollenbeck
Academy of Management Journal 58 (5), 1476-1494, 2015
The double-edged sword of decentralized planning in multiteam systems
K Lanaj, JR Hollenbeck, DR Ilgen, CM Barnes, SJ Harmon
Academy of Management Journal 56 (3), 735-757, 2013
Nonlinear effects of team tenure on team psychological safety climate and climate strength: Implications for average team member performance.
J Koopmann, K Lanaj, M Wang, L Zhou, J Shi
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (7), 940, 2016
Heavy is the head that wears the crown: An actor-centric approach to daily psychological power, abusive leader behavior, and perceived incivility
TA Foulk, K Lanaj, MH Tu, A Erez, L Archambeau
Academy of Management Journal 61 (2), 661-684, 2018
A social mindfulness approach to understanding experienced customer mistreatment: A within-person field experiment
Y Song, Y Liu, M Wang, K Lanaj, RE Johnson, J Shi
Academy of Management Journal 61 (3), 994-1020, 2018
Energizing leaders via self-reflection: A within-person field experiment.
K Lanaj, TA Foulk, A Erez
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (1), 1, 2019
Daily shifts in regulatory focus: The influence of work events and implications for employee well‐being
J Koopmann, K Lanaj, J Bono, K Campana
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (8), 1293-1316, 2016
Resource-based contingencies of when team–member exchange helps member performance in teams
CIC Farh, K Lanaj, R Ilies
Academy of Management Journal 60 (3), 1117-1137, 2017
Rude color glasses: The contaminating effects of witnessed morning rudeness on perceptions and behaviors throughout the workday.
A Woolum, T Foulk, K Lanaj, A Erez
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (12), 1658, 2017
A self-regulation perspective on how and when regulatory focus differentially relates to citizenship behaviors.
J Koopmann, RE Johnson, M Wang, K Lanaj, G Wang, J Shi
Journal of Applied Psychology 104 (5), 629, 2019
Approaching success or avoiding failure? Approach and avoidance motives in the work domain
RE Johnson, CH Chang, T Meyer, K Lanaj, J Way
European Journal of Personality 27 (5), 424-441, 2013
Seeing the big picture: A within-person examination of leader construal level and vision communication
M Venus, RE Johnson, S Zhang, XH Wang, K Lanaj
Journal of Management 45 (7), 2666-2684, 2019
Intrapersonal and interpersonal need fulfillment at work: Differential antecedents and incremental validity in explaining job satisfaction and citizenship behavior
R Ilies, K Lanaj, H Pluut, Z Goh
Journal of Vocational Behavior 108, 151-164, 2018
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