Ted A Paterson
Ted A Paterson
L.W. "Bill" Lane Professor in Family Business Management and Associate Professor, Oregon State
Verified email at oregonstate.edu
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Thriving at work: Impact of psychological capital and supervisor support
TA Paterson, F Luthans, W Jeung
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (3), 434-446, 2014
An assessment of the magnitude of effect sizes: Evidence from 30 years of meta-analysis in management
TA Paterson, PD Harms, P Steel, M Credé
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 23 (1), 66-81, 2016
Group ethical voice: Influence of ethical leadership and impact on ethical performance
L Huang, TA Paterson
Journal of Management 43 (4), 1157-1184, 2017
Improving the meta-analytic assessment of effect size variance with an informed Bayesian prior
P Steel, J Kammeyer-Mueller, TA Paterson
Journal of Management 41 (2), 718-743, 2015
Exploring costs and consequences of religious expression in family businesses
TA Paterson, D Specht, D Duchon
Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion 10 (2), 138-158, 2013
Advancing a richer view of identity at work: the role‐based identity scale
TM Welbourne, TA Paterson
Personnel Psychology 70 (2), 315-356, 2017
Am I expected to be ethical? A role-definition perspective of ethical leadership and unethical behavior
TA Paterson, L Huang
Journal of Management 45 (7), 2837-2860, 2019
LMX-differentiation strengthens the prosocial consequences of leader humility: An identification and social exchange perspective
JB Carnevale, L Huang, T Paterson
Journal of Business Research 96, 287-296, 2019
Revisiting the rigor–relevance relationship: An institutional logics perspective
TA Paterson, PD Harms, CS Tuggle
Human Resource Management 57 (6), 1371-1383, 2018
A proposed orthogonal relationship between psychological capital and ethical leadership
TA Paterson, F Luthans, I Milosevic
Advances in authentic and ethical leadership, 1-23, 2014
The institutional logics of rigor and relevance: An analysis of the rigor-relevance relationship and its impact on management research legitimacy
TA Paterson
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2014
That’s Interesting! Or Is It? On the Incommensurability of Academic and Practitioner Interests
TA Paterson, P Harms
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 10133, 2019
Thriving under pressure: An exploration of research productivity in business Ph. D. programs
I Milosevic, TA Paterson, AE Bass
Co-Evolution of Thriving and Social Relationships: A Longitudinal Study
W Jeung, TA Paterson
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 14307, 2013
I am therefore I own: Implications of organization‐based identity for employee stock ownership
TA Paterson, TM Welbourne
Human Resource Management 59 (2), 175-183, 2020
Abusive Supervision and Employee Relational Reputation Maintenance: A Self-Verification Perspective
L Huang, TA Paterson
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 11597, 2020
Am I Expected to Be Ethical? A Role-Definition Perspective of Ethical Leadership and Behavior
TA Paterson, L Huang
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 11897, 2017
The Well-being Research Agenda: What We Need to Know to be our Best Selves at Work
CL Cooper, C Fritz, TA Paterson, GM Spreitzer
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 11137, 2016
The 3 Rs in Management Research: Do Rigor and Relevance Result in References?
TA Paterson, PD Harms, CS Tuggle, F Luthans
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 11952, 2015
Whole-self Identity at Work: Measuring Multiple Work-related Identities to Enhance HRM Research
TM Welbourne, TA Paterson
Academy of Management Proceedings 2014 (1), 11614, 2014
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