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Frank D. Belschak
Frank D. Belschak
Professor of Leadership and Change, University of Amsterdam Business School
Verified email at uva.nl
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Cyberbullying: Who are the victims? A comparison of victimization in Internet chatrooms and victimization in school
C Katzer, D Fetchenhauer, F Belschak
Journal of media Psychology 21 (1), 25-36, 2009
7422009
Work engagement and Machiavellianism in the ethical leadership process
DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Journal of business ethics 107, 35-47, 2012
6902012
When does transformational leadership enhance employee proactive behavior? The role of autonomy and role breadth self-efficacy.
DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Journal of applied psychology 97 (1), 194, 2012
6242012
Pro‐self, prosocial, and pro‐organizational foci of proactive behaviour: Differential antecedents and consequences
FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 83 (2), 475-498, 2010
4412010
Consequences of positive and negative feedback: The impact on emotions and extra‐role behaviors
FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog
Applied Psychology 58 (2), 274-303, 2009
3792009
Transformational leadership and proactive work behaviour: A moderated mediation model including work engagement and job strain
A Schmitt, DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 89 (3), 588-610, 2016
3722016
Personal initiative, commitment and affect at work
DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 80 (4), 601-622, 2007
3422007
The adaptive consequences of pride in personal selling
W Verbeke, F Belschak, RP Bagozzi
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 32, 386-402, 2004
3062004
Theory of mind and empathic explanations of Machiavellianism: A neuroscience perspective
RP Bagozzi, WJMI Verbeke, RC Dietvorst, FD Belschak, WE van den Berg, ...
Journal of Management 39 (7), 1760-1798, 2013
2072013
Genetic and neurological foundations of customer orientation: field and experimental evidence
RP Bagozzi, WJMI Verbeke, WE Van Den Berg, WJR Rietdijk, ...
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 40, 639-658, 2012
192*2012
Exploring positive, negative and context‐dependent aspects of proactive behaviours at work
FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog, D Fay
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 83 (2), 267-273, 2010
1642010
(Un) ethical behavior and performance appraisal: The role of affect, support, and organizational justice
G Jacobs, FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog
Journal of business ethics 121, 63-76, 2014
1502014
When intelligence is (dys) functional for achieving sales performance
WJ Verbeke, FD Belschak, AB Bakker, B Dietz
Journal of Marketing 72 (4), 44-57, 2008
1442008
Leading Machiavellians: How to translate Machiavellians’ selfishness into pro-organizational behavior
FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog, K Kalshoven
Journal of Management 41 (7), 1934-1956, 2015
1382015
Birds of a feather can butt heads: When Machiavellian employees work with Machiavellian leaders
FD Belschak, RS Muhammad, DN Den Hartog
Journal of Business Ethics 151, 613-626, 2018
1022018
Coping with sales call anxiety: The role of sale perseverance and task concentration strategies
F Belschak, W Verbeke, RP Bagozzi
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 34, 403-418, 2006
932006
Efficiency versus fairness: The evaluation of labor market policies by economists and laypeople
A Haferkamp, D Fetchenhauer, F Belschak, D Enste
Journal of Economic Psychology 30 (4), 527-539, 2009
842009
Narcissistic leaders and their victims: Followers low on self-esteem and low on core self-evaluations suffer most
B Nevicka, AHB De Hoogh, DN Den Hartog, FD Belschak
Frontiers in psychology 9, 422, 2018
832018
Perceived human resource management practices
C Boon, FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog, M Pijnenburg
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2014
802014
Angels and demons: The effect of ethical leadership on Machiavellian employees’ work behaviors
FD Belschak, DN Den Hartog, AHB De Hoogh
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1082, 2018
772018
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