Positions

Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2018 Victim and Culprit? The Effects of Entitlement and Felt Accountability on Perceptions of Abusive Supervision and Perpetration of Workplace BullyingJournal of Business Ethics International Journal of Value-Based Management.  153:659-673. 2018
2018 A bounty of riches, a threat to objectivity? Maintaining the double-blind peer-review process amid rising submission levelsJournal of Organizational Behavior.  39:817-819. 2018
2018 An exploration of the role of subordinate affect in leader evaluations.Journal of Applied Psychology.  103:738-752. 2018
2018 Happy birthday! Celebrating 30years as JOB, 5years of review issues, and 1year of the "JOB Annual Review"Journal of Organizational Behavior.  39:131-133. 2018
2017 Emancipation Through Emotion Regulation at Work, by Dirk LindebaumEmancipation Through Emotion Regulation at Work, by Dirk Lindebaum. Cheltenhaum, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017. 160 pages, hard cover.Academy of Management Learning and Education.  16:623-624. 2017
2017 Justifying Deviant Behavior: The Role of Attributions and Moral EmotionsJournal of Business Ethics International Journal of Value-Based Management.  141:779-795. 2017
2017 Schadenfreude: The (not so) Secret Joy of Another's MisfortuneJournal of Business Ethics International Journal of Value-Based Management.  141:693-707. 2017
2017 From IRIOP to the JOB Annual Review: The past and future of a venerable outletJournal of Organizational Behavior.  38:159-162. 2017
2016 Abusive supervision: subordinate personality or supervisor behavior?Journal of Managerial Psychology.  31:405-419. 2016
2015 Entitled to solutions: The need for research on workplace entitlementJournal of Organizational Behavior.  36:460-465. 2015
2015 Accountability, entitlement, tenure, and satisfaction in Generation YJournal of Managerial Psychology.  30:87-100. 2015
2015 Propensity to Perceive Abusive Supervision: Development of an Affective Trait-Based MeasureAcademy of Management Proceedings.  2015:12482-12482. 2015
2014 Conceptual and empirical confounds in the organizational sciences: An explication and discussionJournal of Organizational Behavior.  35:1052-1063. 2014
2014 The Mediating Role of Perceptions of Abusive Supervision in the Relationship Between Personality and AggressionJournal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.  21:403-413. 2014
2014 ATTRIBUTION THEORY IN THE ORGANIZATIONAL SCIENCES: THE ROAD TRAVELED AND THE PATH AHEADAcademy of Management Executive Academy of Management Perspectives.  28:128-146. 2014
2014 Abusive supervision and the entitled employeeLeadership Quarterly.  25:204-217. 2014
2014 The Impact of Political Skill on Employees' Perceptions of Ethical LeadershipJournal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.  21:5-16. 2014
2013 A review of abusive supervision researchJournal of Organizational Behavior.  34:S120-S137. 2013
2013 An investigation of abusive supervision, vicarious abusive supervision, and their joint impacts.Journal of Social Psychology.  153:38-50. 2013
2012 The Relationships Between Attribution Styles, LMX, and Perceptions of Abusive SupervisionJournal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.  19:397-406. 2012
2011 Abusive supervisory reactions to coworker relationship conflictLeadership Quarterly.  22:1010-1023. 2011
2011 An Introduction to Attributional Influences in OrganizationsGroup and Organization Management.  36:419-426. 2011
2011 Perceptions of abusive supervision: The role of subordinates' attribution stylesLeadership Quarterly.  22:751-764. 2011
2011 Attribution theory in the organizational sciences: A case of unrealized potentialJournal of Organizational Behavior.  32:144-149. 2011
2010 Frustration-based outcomes of entitlement and the influence of supervisor communicationHuman Relations.  63:1639-1660. 2010
2010 Who abuses their coworkers? An examination of personality and situational variables.Journal of Social Psychology.  150:608-627. 2010
2009 The Influence of Forward-Looking Antecedents, Uncertainty, and Anticipatory Emotions on Project EscalationDecision Sciences.  40:759-782. 2009
2009 Do Social Stressors Impact Everyone Equally? An Examination of the Moderating Impact of Core Self-evaluationsJournal of Business and Psychology.  24:153-164. 2009
2009 An empirical examination of the role of attributions in psychological entitlement and its outcomesJournal of Organizational Behavior.  30:459-476. 2009
2009 Hurricane Katrina and Attributions of ResponsibilityOrganizational Dynamics.  38:52-63. 2009
2008 An examination of the impact of supervisor on the relationship between job strains and turnover intention for computer workersJournal of Applied Social Psychology.  38:2108-2131. 2008
2008 The mediated influence of hostile attributional style on turnover intentionsJournal of Business and Psychology.  22:333-343. 2008
2008 Cognitions, emotions, and evaluations: An elaboration likelihood model for workplace aggressionAcademy of Management Review.  33:425-451. 2008
2007 A test of competing models of the relationships among perceptions of organizational politics, perceived organizational support, and individual outcomes.Journal of Social Psychology.  147:631-655. 2007
2007 The role, function, and contribution of attribution theory to leadership: A reviewLeadership Quarterly.  18:561-585. 2007
2007 Coping with abusive supervision: The neutralizing effects of ingratiation and positive affect on negative employee outcomesLeadership Quarterly.  18:264-280. 2007
2007 Attenuating the effects of social stress: the impact of political skill.Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.  12:105-115. 2007
2006 Causal reasoning in dysfunctional leader‐member interactionsJournal of Managerial Psychology.  21:747-762. 2006
2006 Promoting Authentic Behavior in Organizations: An Attributional PerspectiveJournal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.  12:1-11. 2006
2006 Consequences of employee attributions in the workplace: the role of emotional intelligence.Psicothema.  18 Suppl:145-151. 2006
2006 Understanding and managing workplace aggressionOrganizational Dynamics.  35:117-130. 2006
Recall Management: Examining How Defect Source and Defect Knowledge Influence Attributions and Firm Outcomes Following a Product RecallJournal of Organizational Behavior
Recall Management: Examining How Defect Source and Defect Knowledge Influence Attributions and Firm Outcomes Following a Product Recall

Article

Year Title
2017 Managing Employees with Toxic Selves 2017
2017 Person Predictors of Counterproductive Work Behavior: Actor and Target Perspectives 2017
2016 Schadenfreude in the workplace 2016
2015 Challenges and solutions for measuring attributions with the Organizational Attribution Style Questionnaire 2015
2015 Leader-Member Exchange and Empowering Behavior in Moderating the Psychological Entitlement-Counterproductive Work Behavior Relationship. 2015
2015 Recognizing rights and opening governance in our peer-reviewed journals 2015
2015 Measuring the propensity to perceive abusive supervision 2015
2015 Psychological entitlement at work: Coping with and managing difficult employees 2015
2014 Arriving at the tipping point: Sooner or later? 2014
2014 Dodging the bullet: Displaced abusive supervision among politically skilled subordinates 2014
2013 Managing the Entitled Employee 2013
2013 Psychological Entitlement and Perceptions of Abusive Supervision 2013
2013 Perceptions of abusive supervision among entitled employees 2013
2013 Leadership as an attribution 2013
2012 An attributional perspective on psychological entitlement 2012
2012 Subordinates' Individual Differences and Perceptions of Abusive Supervision 2012
2012 The Effect of Accountability, Entitlement, and Tenure on Job Satisfaction 2012
2011 Attribution style differences among entrepreneurs 2011
2011 Mood effects on resource allocation decisions 2011
2011 Toward a theory of workplace entitlement: A social learning and attributional perspective 2011
2010 The Sources of Legitimacy for New Venture Investors 2010
2010 A research agenda for an attributional perspective of followership 2010
2010 Coping consequences of workplace entitlement 2010
2010 Too much of a good thing? Inflated self-perceptions in the workplace 2010
2009 Antecedents to Escalation of Commitment: A Meta-Analysis 2009
2009 Negative Perceptual and Behavioral Outcomes of Psychological Entitlement 2009
2009 Volunteerism and Generation Y: Recruiting and motivating members of the ‘me’ generation 2009
2009 Abusive Supervision: Perception or Reality? 2009
2009 Schadenfreude in the workplace 2009
2009 Understanding and managing workplace entitlement 2009
2009 Understanding and managing workplace entitlement 2009
2008 A Mediated Model of Project Completion Stage and Decision-Making Experience 2008
2008 Personality, situation, and person-situation interaction predictors of coworker abuse 2008
2008 Shaping ethicality perceptions and employee outcomes with leader political skill 2008
2008 Cultivating and Maintaining Quality Employees – The Challenges and Opportunities of Generation Y 2008
2008 A cross-level examination of the influence of hindrance and challenge stress on employee behavior and performance 2008
2008 Abusive reactions to coworker conflict: Implications for subordinates of frustrated managers 2008
2008 Emotional attachment and the escalation of commitment to failing projects 2008
2008 Follower undermining of leaders in the workplace 2008
2008 Project-specific factors, perceptions of project success and commitment escalation 2008
2008 The path from employee hostility and envy to the secret pleasures of schadenfreude and pride 2008
2007 Unethical behavior among physicians and students: Testing an attributional and emotional framework 2007
2007 Attributional influences on leadership perceptions and organizational commitment 2007
2007 Moderating and mediating the HRM effectiveness – intent to turnover relationship: The roles of supervisors and job embeddedness 2007
2007 The interactive influence of abusive supervision and political skill on individual outcomes: A social exchange perspective 2007
2006 Attributions and emotions in the justification of deviant behavior 2006
2006 Justifying unethical behavior: The role of actor and observer attributions 2006
2006 The effects of culture and attribution styles on leader-member relationships 2006
2006 Attribution style and the negative feedback–politics perception relationship 2006
2006 Self-Presentation and positive affect as buffers against abusive supervision 2006
2006 Social stressors, core self-evaluations, and work outcomes 2006
2005 Creativity and role conflict: Social self-efficacy as a moderator 2005
2005 Hostile attribution style as a predictor of stress and turnover 2005

Book

Year Title
Management: An Evidence-Based Approach

Chapter

Year Title
2016 PROPENSITY TO PERCEIVE ABUSIVE SUPERVISION Development of an Affective Trait-Based Measure.  191-204. 2016
2014 DAMAGE CONTROL AFTER BREACHES OF ETHICAL CONDUCT An Attributional Approach to Accounting for Unethical Behavior.  95-113. 2014
2011 WHEN GOOD RESOURCES GO BAD: THE APPLICABILITY OF CONSERVATION OF RESOURCE THEORY TO PSYCHOLOGICALLY ENTITLED EMPLOYEESResearch in Occupational Stress and Well Being. 109-150. 2011
Talking About Schadenfreude: Sharing Versus the Social Function

Conference Proceeding

Year Title
2017 Managing Psychological Entitlement Through Accountability 2017
2008 A RE-EXAMINATION OF THE ATTRIBUTION-EMOTION-BEHAVIOR FRAMEWORK IN THE CONTEXT OF UNETHICAL BEHAVIORResearch on Emotion in Organizations. 259-283. 2008

Teaching Activities

  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2019
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2019
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2018
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2018
  • Introduction to Business Rec Taught course 2018
  • Introduction to Business Rec Taught course 2018
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2018
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2018
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2017
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2017
  • Independent Study Taught course 2017
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2017
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2016
  • International Management Taught course 2016
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2016
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2015
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2015
  • Introduction to Business Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.S. Finance, University of Connecticut
  • M.B.A. Organizational Behavior and Leadership Studies, State University of New York at Binghamton
  • Ph.D. Organizational Behavior, Florida State University
  • Full Name

  • N Paul Harvey