Jessica Bagger
Jessica Bagger
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How much do you value your family and does it matter? The joint effects of family identity salience, family-interference-with-work, and gender
J Bagger, A Li, BA Gutek
Human Relations 61 (2), 187-211, 2008
1812008
Using the BIDR to distinguish the effects of impression management and self‐deception on the criterion validity of personality measures: A meta‐analysis
A Li, J Bagger
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 14 (2), 131-141, 2006
1632006
The Balanced inventory of desirable responding (BIDR) a reliability generalization study
A Li, J Bagger
Educational and psychological measurement 67 (3), 525-544, 2007
1402007
The Balanced inventory of desirable responding (BIDR) a reliability generalization study
A Li, J Bagger
Educational and psychological measurement 67 (3), 525-544, 2007
1402007
How does supervisory family support influence employees’ attitudes and behaviors? A social exchange perspective
J Bagger, A Li
Journal of Management 40 (4), 1123-1150, 2014
1342014
Surviving an abusive supervisor: The joint roles of conscientiousness and coping strategies.
AK Nandkeolyar, JA Shaffer, A Li, S Ekkirala, J Bagger
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (1), 138, 2014
972014
How regulatory focus impacts the process-by-outcome interaction for perceived fairness and emotions
R Cropanzano, L Paddock, DE Rupp, J Bagger, A Baldwin
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 105 (1), 36-51, 2008
912008
Being important matters: The impact of work and family centralities on the family-to-work conflict–satisfaction relationship
J Bagger, A Li
Human Relations 65 (4), 473-500, 2012
582012
The psychological well-being of disability caregivers: Examining the roles of family strain, family-to-work conflict, and perceived supervisor support.
A Li, J Shaffer, J Bagger
Journal of occupational health psychology 20 (1), 40, 2015
542015
Women at work
BA Gutek, EL PADDOCK, J Bagger
Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2005
532005
Role ambiguity and self-efficacy: The moderating effects of goal orientation and procedural justice
A Li, J Bagger
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (3), 368-375, 2008
512008
Context effects on group-based employee selection decisions
JE Slaughter, J Bagger, A Li
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 100 (1), 47-59, 2006
502006
Justice climate and peer justice climate: A closer look
A Li, R Cropanzano, J Bagger
Small Group Research 44 (5), 563-592, 2013
442013
The impact of stereotypes and supervisor perceptions of employee work–family conflict on job performance ratings
A Li, J Bagger, R Cropanzano
human relations 70 (1), 119-145, 2017
292017
La justice organisationnelle: définitions, modèles et nouveaux développements
J Bagger, R Cropanzano, J Ko
A. Akremi, S. Guerrero, & JP Neveu (éds), Comportement organisationnel …, 2006
292006
Linking procedural justice to turnover intentions: A longitudinal study of the mediating effects of perceived job characteristics
A Li, J Bagger
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (3), 624-645, 2012
282012
Walking in your shoes: Interactive effects of child care responsibility difference and gender similarity on supervisory family support and work-related outcomes
A Li, J Bagger
Group & Organization Management 36 (6), 659-691, 2011
262011
Working in pajamas: Telecommuting, unfairness sources, and unfairness perceptions
SMB Thatcher, J Bagger
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 4 (3), 248-276, 2011
242011
Anticipated regret in time-based work-family conflict
J Bagger, J Reb, A Li
Journal of Managerial Psychology 29 (3), 304-320, 2014
212014
Voice and culture: A prospect theory approach
EL Paddock, J Ko, R Cropanzano, J Bagger, A El Akremi, J Camerman, ...
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 28 (2), 167-175, 2015
122015
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