Alex Rubenstein
Alex Rubenstein
Associate Professor of Management, University of Central Florida
Потвърден имейл адрес: ucf.edu - Начална страница
Support, undermining, and newcomer socialization: Fitting in during the first 90 days
J Kammeyer-Mueller, C Wanberg, A Rubenstein, Z Song
Academy of Management Journal 56 (4), 1104-1124, 2013
A meta‐analytic structural model of dispositonal affectivity and emotional labor
JD Kammeyer‐Mueller, AL Rubenstein, DM Long, MA Odio, BR Buckman, ...
Personnel Psychology 66 (1), 47-90, 2013
Surveying the forest: A meta‐analysis, moderator investigation, and future‐oriented discussion of the antecedents of voluntary employee turnover
AL Rubenstein, MB Eberly, TW Lee, TR Mitchell
Personnel Psychology 71 (1), 23-65, 2018
When “embedded” means “stuck”: Moderating effects of job embeddedness in adverse work environments.
DG Allen, V Peltokorpi, AL Rubenstein
Journal of Applied Psychology 101 (12), 1670-1686, 2016
Moral stress: Considering the nature and effects of managerial moral uncertainty
SJ Reynolds, BP Owens, AL Rubenstein
Journal of Business Ethics 106 (4), 491-502, 2012
The other side of method bias: The perils of distinct source research designs
J Kammeyer-Mueller, PDG Steel, A Rubenstein
Multivariate Behavioral Research 45 (2), 294-321, 2010
“Embedded” at hire? Predicting the voluntary and involuntary turnover of new employees
AL Rubenstein, JD Kammeyer‐Mueller, M Wang, TG Thundiyil
Journal of Organizational Behavior 40 (3), 342-359, 2019
The curvilinear effect of benevolent leadership on team performance: The mediating role of team action processes and the moderating role of team commitment
G Li, AL Rubenstein, W Lin, M Wang, X Chen
Personnel Psychology 71 (3), 369-397, 2018
Looking beyond the trees: A meta-analysis and integration of voluntary turnover research
AL Rubenstein, MB Eberly, T Lee, TR Mitchell
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 12779, 2015
What’s past (and present) is prologue: Interactions between justice levels and trajectories predicting behavioral reciprocity
AL Rubenstein, DG Allen, FA Bosco
Journal of Management 45 (4), 1569-1594, 2019
Work-home and home-work conflict and voluntary turnover: A conservation of resources explanation for contrasting moderation effects of on-and off-the-job embeddedness
AL Rubenstein, V Peltokorpi, DG Allen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 119, 103413, 2020
Dyadic fit and the process of organizational socialization
JD Kammeyer-Mueller, P Schilpzand, AL Rubenstein
Organizational fit: Key issues and new directions, 50-73, 2013
Trait expression through perceived job characteristics: A meta-analytic path model linking personality and job attitudes
AL Rubenstein, Y Zhang, K Ma, HM Morrison, DF Jorgensen
Journal of Vocational Behavior 112, 141-157, 2019
The interactive effects of socialization tactics and work locus of control on newcomer work adjustment, job embeddedness, and voluntary turnover
V Peltokorpi, J Feng, S Pustovit, DG Allen, AL Rubenstein
Human Relations 75 (1), 177-202, 2022
The comparative effects of supervisor helping motives on newcomer adjustment and socialization outcomes.
AL Rubenstein, JD Kammeyer-Mueller, TG Thundiyil
Journal of Applied Psychology 105 (12), 1466-1489, 2020
Do They Like What I Have to Say? How and When Supervisor Voice Endorsement Predicts Work Engagement
Y Xia, Y Lan, AL Rubenstein, M Xing, S Li
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 21791, 2020
More money, more problems? An examination of the dynamic relationship between income and work–family conflict
AL Rubenstein, HM Morrison, SW Whiting, FA Bosco
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2022
A time to consider, a time to deliver: The independent and interactive effects of regulatory mode on innovative work behavior
H Liu, AL Rubenstein, G Li, Z Liu, X Zhan, J Xiong
Journal of Product Innovation Management, 2022
Stressors and social resources at work: Examining the buffering effects of LMX, POS, and their interaction on employee attitudes
A Serban, AL Rubenstein, FA Bosco, CS Reina, LK Grubb
Journal of Business and Psychology, 1-18, 2021
Evaluating Various Sources of Common Method Bias and Psychological Separation as an Alternate Remedy
AL Rubenstein, J Kammeyer-Mueller, L Simon, ES Corwin, H Morrison, ...
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 13501, 2020
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