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Manuela Priesemuth
Manuela Priesemuth
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Abusive supervision climate: A multiple-mediation model of its impact on group outcomes
M Priesemuth, M Schminke, ML Ambrose, R Folger
Academy of management journal 57 (5), 1513-1534, 2014
2812014
To act out, to withdraw, or to constructively resist? Employee reactions to supervisor abuse of customers and the moderating role of employee moral identity
RL Greenbaum, MB Mawritz, DM Mayer, M Priesemuth
Human relations 66 (7), 925-950, 2013
1642013
Perceived leader integrity: Supporting the construct validity and utility of a multi-dimensional measure in two samples
RH Moorman, TC Darnold, M Priesemuth
The Leadership Quarterly 24 (3), 427-444, 2013
1602013
Bad behavior in groups: The impact of overall justice climate and functional dependence on counterproductive work behavior in work units
M Priesemuth, A Arnaud, M Schminke
Group & Organization Management 38 (2), 230-257, 2013
1482013
The more I want, the less I have left to give: The moderating role of psychological entitlement on the relationship between psychological contract violation, depressive mood …
M Priesemuth, RM Taylor
Journal of organizational behavior 37 (7), 967-982, 2016
1382016
Helping thy neighbor? Prosocial reactions to observed abusive supervision in the workplace
M Priesemuth, M Schminke
Journal of Management 45 (3), 1225-1251, 2019
1022019
Stand up and speak up: Employees’ prosocial reactions to observed abusive supervision
M Priesemuth
Business & society 52 (4), 649-665, 2013
762013
Behavioral business ethics: Shaping an emerging field
D De Cremer, AE Tenbrunsel
Routledge, 2012
682012
Toward the measurement of perceived leader integrity: Introducing a multidimensional approach
RH Moorman, TC Darnold, M Priesemuth, CP Dunn
Perspectives on Ethical Leadership, 7-22, 2015
592015
Supervisor-subordinate (dis) agreement on ethical leadership: An investigation of its antecedents and relationship to organizational deviance
M Kuenzi, ME Brown, DM Mayer, M Priesemuth
Business Ethics Quarterly 29 (1), 25-53, 2019
512019
It hurts me too!(or not?): Exploring the negative implications for abusive bosses.
M Priesemuth, B Bigelow
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (4), 410, 2020
332020
Organizational apology and defense: Effects of guilt and managerial status
RO Salvador, R Folger, M Priesemuth
Journal of Managerial Issues, 124-139, 2012
202012
A light at the end of the tunnel: How the right workplace structure can help disrupt the negative impact of abusive supervision
M Priesemuth, M Schminke, B Bigelow, M Mitchell
Human performance 35 (2), 71-93, 2022
152022
Behavioral business ethics: Taking context seriously
M Schminke, M Priesemuth
Behavioral Business Ethics, 47-79, 2012
102012
ANTECEDENTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF EMPLOYEE-SUPERVISOR AGREEMENT ON ETHICAL LEADERSHIP.
DM Mayer, M Priesemuth, M Brown, M Kuenzi
Academy of Management Proceedings 2009 (1), 1-6, 2009
92009
Making sense of “good” and “bad”: a deonance and fairness approach to abusive supervision and prosocial impact
MA Johnson, M Priesemuth, B Bigelow
Business Ethics Quarterly 31 (3), 386-420, 2021
82021
Third-party reactions to workplace aggression.
M Priesemuth, MS Mitchell, R Folger
Cambridge University Press, 2017
62017
Management and ethics: Revisiting distant neighbors
M Schminke, M Priesemuth
Managerial Ethics, 19-36, 2011
32011
The Effects of Observed Mistreatment of a Supervisor
B Bigelow, M Priesemuth
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 14830, 2016
12016
A Preliminary Test of a Multi-Dimensional Measure of Perceived Leader Integrity
R Moorman, TC Darnold, M Priesemuth
Academy of Management Proceedings 2012 (1), 14453, 2012
12012
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