Keith Leavitt
Keith Leavitt
Professor of Management (Organizational Behavior), Oregon State University
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Getting explicit about the implicit: A taxonomy of implicit measures and guide for their use in organizational research
EL Uhlmann, K Leavitt, JI Menges, J Koopman, M Howe, RE Johnson
Organizational Research Methods 15 (4), 553-601, 2012
Automatic ethics: The effects of implicit assumptions and contextual cues on moral behavior.
SJ Reynolds, K Leavitt, KA DeCelles
Journal of Applied Psychology 95 (4), 752, 2010
An examination of whether and how racial and gender biases influence customer satisfaction
DR Hekman, K Aquino, BP Owens, TR Mitchell, P Schilpzand, K Leavitt
Academy of Management Journal 53 (2), 238-264, 2010
Theory pruning: Strategies to reduce our dense theoretical landscape
K Leavitt, TR Mitchell, J Peterson
Organizational Research Methods 13 (4), 644-667, 2010
Different Hats, Different Obligations: Plural Occupational Identities and Situated Moral Judgments
K Leavitt, S Reynolds, C Barnes, P Schilpzand, S Hannah
Academy of Management Journal 55 (6), 1316-1333, 2012
Incivility hates company: Shared incivility attenuates rumination, stress, and psychological withdrawal by reducing self-blame
P Schilpzand, K Leavitt, S Lim
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 133, 33-44, 2016
The role of moral knowledge in everyday immorality: What does it matter if I know what is right?
SJ Reynolds, CT Dang, KC Yam, K Leavitt
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 123 (2), 124-137, 2014
Archival data in micro-organizational research: A toolkit for moving to a broader set of topics
CM Barnes, CT Dang, K Leavitt, CL Guarana, EL Uhlmann
Journal of Management 44 (4), 1453-1478, 2018
Asking about well‐being gets you half an answer: Intra‐individual processes of implicit and explicit job attitudes
K Leavitt, CT Fong, AG Greenwald
Journal of Organizational Behavior 32 (4), 672-687, 2011
Lying for who we are: An identity-based model of workplace Dishonesty
K Leavitt, DM Sluss
Academy of Management Review, 2015
Reducing the performance-cue bias in work behavior ratings: Can groups help?
RF Martell, KN Leavitt
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (6), 1032, 2002
Good without knowing it: Subtle contextual cues can activate moral identity and reshape moral intuition
K Leavitt, L Zhu, K Aquino
Journal of Business Ethics 137 (4), 785-800, 2016
Inherently relational: Interactions between peers’ and individuals’ personalities impact reward giving and appraisal of individual performance
A Erez, P Schilpzand, K Leavitt, AH Woolum, TA Judge
Academy of Management Journal 58 (6), 1761-1784, 2015
Why so serious? A laboratory and field investigation of the link between morality and humor.
KC Yam, CM Barnes, K Leavitt, W Wei, J Lau, EL Uhlmann
Journal of personality and social psychology, 2019
Contributing from inside the outer circle: The identity-based effects of noncore role incumbents on relational coordination and organizational climate
AR Bolinger, AC Klotz, K Leavitt
Academy of Management Review 43 (4), 680-703, 2018
From the bedroom to the office: Workplace spillover effects of sexual activity at home
K Leavitt, CM Barnes, T Watkins, DT Wagner
Journal of Management 45 (3), 1173-1192, 2019
Creative destruction in science
W Tierney, JH Hardy III, CR Ebersole, K Leavitt, D Viganola, EG Clemente, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 291-309, 2020
Moral disengagement: When will good soldiers do bad things
CM Barnes, KN Leavitt
Military Review 90, 46-51, 2010
Feeling activated and acting unethically: The influence of activated mood on unethical behavior to benefit a teammate
EE Umphress, RG Gardner, AC Stoverink, K Leavitt
Personnel Psychology 73 (1), 95-123, 2020
Implicit and explicit values as a predictor of ethical decision-making and ethical behavior
JE Dinh, RG Lord, RJ Hall, ST Hannah, K Leavitt, SJ Shondrick, ...
Proceedings of the New Frontiers in Management and Organizational Cognition …, 2012
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