David T. Wagner
David T. Wagner
Associate Professor of Management, University of Oregon
Vahvistettu sähköpostiosoite verkkotunnuksessa - Kotisivu
When can employees have a family life? The effects of daily workload and affect on work-family conflict and social behaviors at home.
R Ilies, KM Schwind, DT Wagner, MD Johnson, DS DeRue, DR Ilgen
Journal of applied psychology 92 (5), 1368, 2007
The spillover of daily job satisfaction onto employees' family lives: The facilitating role of work-family integration
R Ilies, KS Wilson, DT Wagner
Academy of Management Journal 52 (1), 87-102, 2009
Lost Sleep and Cyberloafing: Evidence From the Laboratory and a Daylight Saving Time Quasi-Experiment.
DT Wagner, CM Barnes, VKG Lim, DL Ferris
American Psychological Association, 2012
Changing to daylight saving time cuts into sleep and increases workplace injuries.
CM Barnes, DT Wagner
Journal of applied psychology 94 (5), 1305, 2009
Explaining affective linkages in teams: Individual differences in susceptibility to contagion and individualism-collectivism.
R Ilies, DT Wagner, FP Morgeson
Journal of applied psychology 92 (4), 1140, 2007
Making sense of motivational leadership: The trail from transformational leaders to motivated followers
R Ilies, T Judge, D Wagner
Journal of leadership & organizational studies 13 (1), 1-22, 2006
Driving it home: How workplace emotional labor harms employee home life
DT Wagner, CM Barnes, BA Scott
Personnel Psychology 67 (2), 487-516, 2014
Chameleonic or consistent? A multilevel investigation of emotional labor variability and self-monitoring
BA Scott, CM Barnes, DT Wagner
Academy of management journal 55 (4), 905-926, 2012
Harmful help: the costs of backing-up behavior in teams.
CM Barnes, JR Hollenbeck, DT Wagner, DS DeRue, JD Nahrgang, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (3), 529, 2008
Borrowing from sleep to pay work and family: Expanding time‐based conflict to the broader nonwork domain
CM Barnes, DT Wagner, S Ghumman
Personnel Psychology 65 (4), 789-819, 2012
Flow at work and basic psychological needs: Effects on well‐being
R Ilies, D Wagner, K Wilson, L Ceja, M Johnson, S DeRue, D Ilgen
Applied Psychology 66 (1), 3-24, 2017
Spilling outside the box: The effects of individuals’ creative behaviors at work on time spent with their spouses at home
SH Harrison, DT Wagner
Academy of Management Journal 59 (3), 841-859, 2016
Sleep and moral awareness
CM Barnes, BC Gunia, DT Wagner
Journal of Sleep Research 24 (2), 181-188, 2015
The influence of cognitive and affective reactions to feedback on subsequent goals
R Ilies, TA Judge, DT Wagner
European Psychologist, 2010
Archival research: Expanding the methodological toolkit in social psychology
YT Heng, DT Wagner, CM Barnes, CL Guarana
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 78, 14-22, 2018
Sleep and entrepreneurs' abilities to imagine and form initial beliefs about new venture ideas
JJ Gish, DT Wagner, DA Grégoire, CM Barnes
Journal of business venturing 34 (6), 105943, 2019
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
Looking for assistance in the dark: Pay secrecy, expertise perceptions, and efficacious help seeking among members of newly formed virtual work groups
E Belogolovsky, P Bamberger, V Alterman, DT Wagner
Journal of Business and Psychology 31, 459-477, 2016
The benefits of bad economies: Business cycles and time-based work–life conflict.
CM Barnes, AM Lefter, DP Bhave, DT Wagner
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 21 (2), 235, 2016
Affective influences on employee satisfaction and performance
DT Wagner, R Ilies
Research companion to emotion in organizations, 152-169, 2008
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