Arthur G. Bedeian

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Despite suffering from content ambiguity, a sample-specific scoring procedure, and the inappropriate use of cut scores, the Equity Sensitivity Instrument (Huseman. Hatfleld. & Mites, 1985) has been the primary measure used in equity sensitivity research. The purpose of the present undertaking was to propose and evaluate a new measure of equity sensitivity(More)
A field study of 84 registered nurses and their supervisors revealed that leaders' perceptions of leader-follower attitudinal similarity and follower extraversion were positively related to the quality of leader-follower exchanges. Neither followers' locus of control nor growth need strength was found to be significantly correlated with the quality of the(More)
Drawing on a 28-item survey, this article reports the editorial experiences of 173 lead authors of articles published in the Academy of Management Journal and Academy of Management Review, over the period 1999 to 2001, to explore some relatively new dynamics that have changed the character of the manuscript review process and given rise to a mounting debate(More)
This research-based essay presents survey results—collected from faculty in 104 PhDgranting management departments of AACSB-accredited business schools in the United States—regarding 11 different types of questionable research conduct, including data fabrication, data falsification, plagiarism, inappropriately accepting or assigning authorship credit, and(More)
Prompted by a seemingly growing level of cynicism within academia, on the part of Academy of Management members in particular, I developed a new measure of cynicism and investigated a previously untested structural model in which cynicism is related in sequence to organizational identification, affective commitment, job satisfaction, and turnover(More)
11. Lyons, T. F. Role clarity, need for clarity, satisfaction, tension and withdrawal. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 1971, 6, 99-110. 12. Mirels, H. L., & Garret, J. B. The Protestant ethic as a personality variable. Journai of Consulting and Clirticai Psychology, 1971, 36, 40-44. 13. Namboodiri, N. K., Carter, L. F., & Blalock, H. M., Jr.(More)
Multigroup confirmatory factor analysis was applied to the responses of 4,909 employees of a multinational organization with locations in 50 countries to examine the measurement equivalence of otherwise identical Web-based and paper-and-pencil versions of 20 items comprising the transformational leadership component of Bass and Avolio’s Multifactor(More)
Commentators since the time of Greek dramatist Sophocles have noted that the exercise of power often produces strong psychological changes in people. As power holders, deans comprise far too few exceptions to this insight. Early in their tenure new deans are generally grateful for the confidence placed in them by their former colleagues and are eager to(More)