Jessie L Olien

Jessie L Olien
University of North Carolina at Charlotte | UNC Charlotte · Department of Management

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Recent evidence suggests that surface acting occurs in workplace meetings. Even in light of these findings, it remains unknown why employees would choose to surface act in meetings with their colleagues and supervisors, and how this form of emotion regulation affects employees in the short term. A sample of working adults were asked to report their...
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Leading meetings represent a typically and frequently performed leadership task. This study investigated the relationship between the leadership style of supervisors and employees’ perception of meeting outcomes. Results showed that participants reported greater meeting satisfaction when their meeting leader was assessed as a considerate supervisor...
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As a relatively new field of scientific study, many questions persist regarding meeting science. For example, what meetings science is, who meeting scientists are, and what distinguishes meeting science from other related fields of inquiry. The purpose of this chapter is to address these commonly asked questions. In this chapter we review what meet...
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Kerlinger defines research design as “the plan and structure of investigation so conceived as to obtain answers to research questions.”
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Carefully conducted research is the key means to the creation, integration, and appropriate application of new knowledge, without which the advancement of organizational behavior as a scientific discipline would not be possible.
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The Journal of Business and Psychology (JBP) is dedicated to publishing high-quality and impactful research with the ultimate goals of advancing our science of work and organizations (Rogelberg 2009). To promote this end, we examined three years of JBP author, manuscript, and reviewer data in the hopes of gleaning insights into potential drivers of...
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This editorial examines author-reported information on author team characteristics and decision points during the paper development process. In addition to presenting the typical practices of our authors, we present data linking author team practices to the actual recommendations and ratings made by reviewers on these papers. The ultimate goal of t...
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For over 30 years, researchers have examined social influence and persuasion using Status Characteristics Theory (Berger and Conner 1974). While research has investigated beauty and attractiveness as status characteristics (e.g., Webster and Driskell 1983), no research to date has investigated obesity as a status characteristic. The current paper r...
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Meetings are salient sites of temporal behaviour in organizations. They consume large amounts of time, punctuate and interrupt the temporal flow of work, provide venues of time coordination and allocation, and mark time in organizations (e.g., the weekly staff meeting). In this article, we seek to answer the question, "Should organizational scienti...

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