Ryan Fehr
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The road to forgiveness: A meta-analytic synthesis of its situational and dispositional correlates.
R Fehr, MJ Gelfand, M Nag
Psychological bulletin 136 (5), 894, 2010
When apologies work: How matching apology components to victims' self-construals facilitates forgiveness
R Fehr, MJ Gelfand
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 113 (1), 37-50, 2010
The forgiving organization: A multilevel model of forgiveness at work
R Fehr, MJ Gelfand
Academy of Management Review 37 (4), 664-688, 2012
The grateful workplace: A multilevel model of gratitude in organizations
R Fehr, A Fulmer, E Awtrey, JA Miller
Academy of Management Review 42 (2), 361-381, 2017
Moralized leadership: The construction and consequences of ethical leader perceptions
R Fehr, KC Yam, C Dang
Academy of management review 40 (2), 182-209, 2015
The emergence of sex differences in personality traits in early adolescence: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural study.
M De Bolle, F De Fruyt, RR McCrae, CE Löckenhoff, PT Costa Jr, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (1), 171, 2015
Out of control: A self-control perspective on the link between surface acting and abusive supervision.
KC Yam, R Fehr, FT Keng-Highberger, AC Klotz, SJ Reynolds
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (2), 292, 2016
To prosper, organizational psychology should… adopt a global perspective
MJ Gelfand, LM Leslie, R Fehr
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2008
Thinking intelligently about cultural intelligence: The road ahead
MJ Gelfand, L Imai, R Fehr
Handbook of cultural intelligence, 393-406, 2015
Individual, interpersonal, and organisational factors of healthcare conflict: A scoping review
S Kim, N Bochatay, A Relyea-Chew, E Buttrick, C Amdahl, L Kim, E Frans, ...
Journal of interprofessional care 31 (3), 282-290, 2017
The role of moral decoupling in the causes and consequences of unethical pro-organizational behavior
R Fehr, D Welsh, KC Yam, M Baer, W Wei, M Vaulont
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 153, 27-40, 2019
Interactional justice, leader–member exchange, and employee performance: Examining the moderating role of justice differentiation
W He, R Fehr, KC Yam, LR Long, P Hao
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (4), 537-557, 2017
How do leaders react when treated unfairly? Leader narcissism and self-interested behavior in response to unfair treatment.
H Liu, JTJ Chiang, R Fehr, M Xu, S Wang
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (11), 1590, 2017
Polluted work: A self-control perspective on air pollution appraisals, organizational citizenship, and counterproductive work behavior
R Fehr, KC Yam, W He, JTJ Chiang, W Wei
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 143, 98-110, 2017
How do employees react to leaders’ unethical behavior? The role of moral disengagement
R Fehr, A Fulmer, FT Keng‐Highberger
Personnel Psychology 73 (1), 73-93, 2020
Morning employees are perceived as better employees: Employees’ start times influence supervisor performance ratings.
KC Yam, R Fehr, CM Barnes
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (6), 1288, 2014
Conflict narratives from the health care frontline: A conceptual model
S Kim, E Buttrick, I Bohannon, R Fehr, E Frans, SE Shannon
Conflict Resolution Quarterly 33 (3), 255-277, 2016
Whatever it takes: Leaders' perceptions of abusive supervision instrumentality
T Watkins, R Fehr, W He
The Leadership Quarterly 30 (2), 260-272, 2019
The unburdening effects of forgiveness: Effects on slant perception and jumping height
X Zheng, R Fehr, K Tai, J Narayanan, MJ Gelfand
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (4), 431-438, 2015
Compassion during difficult times: Team compassion behavior, suffering, supervisory dependence, and employee voice during COVID-19.
EXM Wee, R Fehr
Journal of Applied Psychology 106 (12), 1805, 2021
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