Department of Human Resource Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University
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Exploring the dimensions of emotional labor: The heart of Hochschild’s work
SM Kruml, D Geddes
Management Communication Quarterly 14 (1), 8-49, 2000
Social and personal determinants of workplace aggression: Evidence for the impact of perceived injustice and the Type A behavior pattern
RA Baron, JH Neuman, D Geddes
Aggressive Behavior 25 (4), 281-296, 1999
Catching fire without burning out: Is there an ideal way to perform emotional labor?
SM Kruml, D Geddes
Emotions in the workplace: Research, theory, and practice, 177-188, 2000
Crossing the line (s): A dual threshold model of anger in organizations
D Geddes, RR Callister
Academy of Management Review 32 (3), 721-746, 2007
Workplace aggression as a consequence of negative performance feedback
D Geddes, RA Baron
Management Communication Quarterly 10 (4), 433-454, 1997
Demographic differences and reactions to performance feedback
D Geddes, AM Konrad
Human Relations 56 (12), 1485-1513, 2003
The trouble with sanctions: Organizational responses to deviant anger displays at work
D Geddes, LT Stickney
Human Relations 64 (2), 201-230, 2011
Exploring the dimensionality of positive and negative performance feedback
D Geddes, F Linnehan
Communication Quarterly 44 (3), 326-344, 1996
The place and role of (moral) anger in organizational behavior studies
D Lindebaum, D Geddes
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (5), 738-757, 2016
An action assembly perspective on social skill
JO Greene, D Geddes
Communication Theory 3 (1), 26-49, 1993
Moral emotions and ethics in organisations: Introduction to the special issue
D Lindebaum, D Geddes, Y Gabriel
Journal of Business Ethics 141 (4), 645-656, 2017
How am I doing? Exploring on-line gradebook monitoring as a self-regulated learning practice that impacts academic achievement
D Geddes
Academy of Management Learning & Education 8 (4), 494-510, 2009
Positive, proactive, and committed: The surprising connection between good citizens and expressed (vs. suppressed) anger at work
LT Stickney, D Geddes
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 7 (4), 243-264, 2014
Representation and processing in the self‐system: An action‐oriented approach to self and self‐relevant phenomena
JO Greene, D Geddes
Communications Monographs 55 (4), 287-314, 1988
Examining the dimensionality of performance feedback messages: Source and recipient perceptions of influence attempts
D Geddes
Communication Studies 44 (3-4), 200-215, 1993
The relationship between negative feedback and increased organizational aggression
D Geddes
54th annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Dallas, TX, 1994
More than just “blowing off steam”: The roles of anger and advocacy in promoting positive outcomes at work
LT Stickney, D Geddes
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 9 (2), 141-157, 2016
When is anger helpful or hurtful? Status and role impact on anger expression and outcomes
RR Callister, D Geddes, DF Gibson
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 10 (2), 69-87, 2017
Can work be fun? Improving task motivation and help-seeking through game mechanics
N Teh, D Schuff, S Johnson, D Geddes
Muted anger in the workplace: Changing the “sound” of employee emotion through social sharing
D Geddes, LT Stickney
Experiencing and managing emotions in the workplace, 2012
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