Kate Hattrup's research while affiliated with San Diego State University and other places

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This study investigated the combined effects of national culture and perceptions of employability on relationships between job insecurity and work and non-work outcomes for individual employees. Data from 28,674 participants in 35 nations were obtained from the 2015 European Working Conditions Survey. Results showed that nation-level differences in...
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Empirical research increasingly challenges the suggested central role of value congruence for commitment. The present study aimed to provide detailed insights into whether and how value levels and value congruence influence commitment. Specifically, this study investigated the effects of value levels and value congruence on commitment, while differ...
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Background: Preschool children develop early literacy skills (ELS) needed for reading acquisition. Screening for delayed ELS could trigger interventions to prevent reading problems. Objective: To develop a brief screening test for ELS delays, the Early Literacy Skills Assessment Tool (ELSAT). Methods: This study included 4-year-old, typically...
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Based on affective events theory (Weiss & Cropanzano, 1996), this study analyzes the effects of mood and daily affective events on life domain conflict, which represents role conflicts between work and private life domains, and life domain enrichment, which represents a positive effect of one domain on another. Minor daily events, described as hass...
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In a study of the social dynamics in organizational change, the present research examined whether employees who are more committed to their top managers, supervisors, and workgroups have greater change readiness than those with lower commitment. Moreover, the study investigated whether the associations between commitment and change readiness depend...
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Background: Transphobia studies have typically relied on self-report measures from heterosexual samples. However, there is evidence suggesting the need to use indirect measures and to explore transphobia among other populations. Aims: This study examined how explicit and implicit attitudes toward transwomen and transmen differ between people of di...
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Person–Organisation fit (P–O fit) and Person–Job fit (P–J fit) are important predictors of employees’ commitment to their organisations. Yet little is known about the underlying mediating variables that account for these relationships. Based on assumptions derived from Social Exchange Theory (SET) and Social Identity Theory (SIT), the present study...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship of flexible and permeable boundary management with both life domain conflict and life domain enrichment among expatriate workers. Design/methodology/approach This study utilizes a sample of 199 expatriates working in a higher education context, and analyses survey data with hiera...
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The purpose of this study was to develop and validate 2 gender identity implicit association tests (GI-IATs) designed to assess attitudes toward transsexual men (Transmen-IAT) and transsexual women (Transwomen-IAT). A sample of 344 Mechanical Turk participants from the United States (173 women, 129 men, 43 transgender) completed the following: GI-I...
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The importance of diagnostic assessments during the design, implementation, and evaluation of change management processes is increasingly emphasized in the change management literature, and in practice. However, evidence-based change management is challenged by the rather fragmented state of research on employees’ reactions to change. Hence, this s...
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The employment of expatriates has become an increasingly important part of professional business careers, and thus factors that influence the success of international assignments have increased in importance. Among these factors, the interaction of life domains plays an important role. This study applied recent advancements in the domestic literatu...
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Purpose Given the common practice of using employee attitude surveys as a group-level intervention, this study used a group-level approach to examine the relationship between group satisfaction and group nonresponse. Design/Methodology/Approach Samples from four large organizations enabled job satisfaction scores to be aggregated to the work group...
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This study investigated the moderating effects of several Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness (GLOBE) cultural value dimensions on the relationship between employees' perceptions of their organization's social responsibility and their affective organizational commitment. Based on data from a sample of 1,084 employees from 17...
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Purpose In the present study, we sought to investigate the effects of online survey implementation strategies on perceived anonymity and employee response behavior in organizational surveys. Design/Methodology/Approach A field experiment was conducted to compare two commonly used online survey implementation strategies (N = 815). One group of emplo...
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This study investigated the relative contribution of perception/cognition and language-specific semantics in nonverbal categorization of spatial relations. English and Korean speakers completed a video-based similarity judgment task involving containment, support, tight fit, and loose fit. Both perception/cognition and language served as resources...
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Multinational organizations frequently administer employee surveys online. This process is accompanied, however, by concerns about the psychometric equivalence of measures administered by different modalities. Using data from a large multinational organization (N = 57,861 in Study 1; N = 105,734 in Study 2), the present research examined cross-nati...

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... Arli, Grace, Palmer, & Pham, 2017;Janssen, Sen, & Bhattacharya, 2015;Lin- Hi, Hörisch & Blumberg, 2015;Lin-Hi & Blumberg, 2018;Lin-Hi, Kempen, Petrushevska, & Hattrup, 2020;Ma, 2018;Nardella et al., 2020;Wagner, Lutz, & Weitz, 2009). In contrast, a past negative CSR record may not violate consumers' expectations, so a negative CSR reputation should not backfire ...
... Early literacy screening tools are composed of items considered relevant for domains that are the foundations for reading and writing, particularly oral language, phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, print concepts and word awareness (Birgisdottir, Gestsdottir, & Geldhof, 2020;Iyer et al., 2019;Lonigan, 2006;Wilson & Lonigan, 2010). There are some tools cited as a screening measure of emergent literacy skills for English and Spanish-speaking children, such as Get Ready to Read! Screening Tool (GRTR; Whitehurst & Lonigan, 2001), Early Language and Literacy Individual Growth and Development Indicators (IGDIs;McConnell, 2002), Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening Pre-K version (PALS-PreK; Invernizzi, Sullivan, & Meier, 2001); Test of Preschool Early Literacy (TOPEL; Lonigan, Wagner, Torgesen, & Rashotte, 2007). ...
... These affective events, according to the AET, can act as proximal causes of affective reactions. The AET also defines mood as affective states that are less intense than emotions, longer-term and not tied to specific stimuli (Kempen, Roewekaemper, Hattrup & Mueller, 2019). In a sample of workers of both genders with different family structures (including both married or cohabiting and single individuals, with or without children), Kempen et al. (2019) found that positive mood is related to life domain enrichment, while negative mood is related to both life domain enrichment and conflict. ...
... According to the literature, EV in an organization can be investigated in many aspects, the existence of frameworks or policy that promote EV, an environment that encourages employees to express their thoughts and viewpoints, and the extent to which staff notions and beliefs influence the outcome of decisions (Detert & Burris, 2007;Farndale et al., 2011;Purwaningrum et al., 2020). Research (Kim & Leach, 2020;Yue et al., 2019) also suggests that there are two major conceptualizations of voice: speaking up behavior when employees proactively make suggestions for change (Zhou & George, 2001) and presence of due process procedures enhancing justice judgments and facilitate employee participation in decision-making (Seggewiss et al., 2019). ...
... Wymienione itemy okazały się powiązane z więcej niż jednym czynnikiem, choć dla Wspólnoty ładunki czynnikowe osiągnęły najwyższe wartości. Niewykluczone, że opisane prawidłowości są odzwierciedleniem obniżonej identyfikacji osób w próbie ze społecznością LGBTQ, na przykład na skutek ekspozycji na wykluczenie i uprzedzenia w jej obrębie [30,31]. Jest także prawdopodobne, że przynajmniej niektóre osoby z badanej próby nie czują się częścią społeczności LGBTQ, co może być szczególnie trafne w przypadku osób niebinarnych [32]. ...
... To mitigate the effects of CMV, we took proactive design steps to protect the respondents' anonymity and we randomized the order of the items to limit the participants' ability to recognize the constructs of interest or guess the hypotheses (see Conway & Lance, 2010;Podsakoff et al., 2003;Straub et al., 2004). Additionally, we tested for the influence of CMV using the correlational marker technique (see Arnold & Spell, 2006;Kim et al., 2015;Lindell & Whitney, 2001;Seggewiss et al., 2019). In order to conduct these analyses, we included two marker variable scales-measures that are theoretically unrelated to the study 1 measures (i.e., the job satisfaction and the external variable measures). ...
... Lok and Crawford (2004) investigated the influence of education, age, and experience on affective organizational commitment in Australian and Chinese samples and suggested that these relationships should be further probed in other societies with varied managerial practices, philosophies, and organizational cultures [28]. Moreover, Straatmann et al. (2020), in a fairly recent study, called for investigating affective organizational commitment for employees relevant to both the duration of employment in the organization and total experience in the industry [29]. ...
... As with all self-report measures, socially desirable responding may be a problem. Implicit measures of trans prejudice (e.g., Kanamori et al., 2020;Wang-Jones et al., 2017) and bogus pipeline techniques (Fisher, 2013) might provide additional insight into the associations between transgender definitions and attitudes toward trans people. Our sample was predominantly White and from the United States. ...
... The variation in failure rates has been partially attributed to imprecision in the measurement of success criteria, and differing stakeholder perceptions about what constitutes successful change (see Hughes, 2011). It is important that success criteria are informed by relevant theories and research evidence so that organizations can optimally understand the factors that promote and maximize the likelihood of successful organizational change (Oreg et al., 2011;Straatmann et al., 2016). ...
... For a family, expatriation could be seen as an exciting opportunity to experience new cultures and a unique way of living (Kempen et al., 2015). While some individuals view moving to a new country for a professional opportunity and experiencing these changes in lifestyle as an exciting and fulfilling prospect, others may experience negative psychosocial stressors either before or during that transition (Brown, 2008). ...