Publications

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  • Golubovich, J., Chang, C.-H., & Eatough, E. M.

    Safety climate, hardiness, and musculoskeletal complaints: A mediated moderation model

    2014, Applied Ergonomics, 45: 757-766
  • Johnson, R. E., Venus, M., Lanaj, K., Mao, C., & Chang, C.-H.

    Leader identity as an antecedent of the frequency and consistency of transformational, consideration, and abusive leadership behaviors

    2012, Journal of Applied Psychology, 96: 1262-1272
  • Johnson, R. E., & Chang, C.-H.

    “I” is to continuance as “We” is to affective: The relevance of the self-concept

    2006, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 57: 549-570
  • Chang, C.-H., Johnson, R. E., & Yang, L. Q.

    Emotional strain and organizational citizenship behaviors: A meta-analytic review

    2007, Work & Stress, 21: 312-332
  • Kessler, S. R., Spector, P. E., Chang, C.-H., & Parr, A. D.

    Organizational violence climate and exposure to violence and verbal aggression

    2008, Work & Stress, 22: 108-124
  • Johnson, R. E., & Chang, C.-H.

    Relationships between organizational commitment and its antecedents: Employee self-concept matters

    2008, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38: 513-541
  • Rosen, C. C., Chang, C.-H., Johnson, R. E., & Levy, P. E.

    Perceptions of the organizational context and psychological contract breach: Assessing competing perspectives

    2009, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 108: 202-217
  • Chang, C.-H., Rosen, C. C., & Levy, P. E.

    The relationship between perceptions of organizational politics and employee attitudes, strain, and behavior: A meta-analytic examination

    2009, Academy of Management Journal, 52: 779-801
  • Chang, C.-H., & Johnson, R. E.

    Not all leader-member exchanges are created equal: Importance of leader relational identity

    2010, The Leadership Quarterly, 21: 796-808
  • Johnson, R. E., Chang, C.-H., & Rosen, C. C.

    “Who I am depends on how fairly I’m treated”: Effects of justice on self-identity and regulatory focus

    2010, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 12: 3020-3058
  • Chang, C.-H., Johnson, R. E., & Lord, R. G.

    Moving beyond discrepancies: The importance of velocity as a predictor of satisfaction and motivation

    2010, Human Performance, 23: 58-80
  • Johnson, R. E., Chang, C.-H., & Yang, L.Q.

    Commitment and motivation at work: The relevance of employee identity and regulatory focus

    2010, Academy of Management Review, 35: 226-245
  • Eatough, E. M., Chang, C-H., Miloslavic, S., & Johnson, R. E.

    Relationships of role stressors with organizational citizenship behavior: A meta-analysis

    2011, Journal of Applied Psychology, 96: 619-632
  • Johnson, R. E., Rosen, C. C., & Chang, C.-H.

    To aggregate or not to aggregate: Steps for developing and validating higher-order multidimensional constructs

    2011, Journal of Business and Psychology, 26: 241-248
  • Johnson, R. E., Rosen, C. C., Chang, C.-H., Djurdjevic, E., & Taing, M. U.

    Recommendations for improving the construct clarity of higher-order multidimensional constructs

    2012, Human Resource Management Review, 22: 62-72
  • Ozer, M. G., Chang, C.-H., & Schaubroeck, J. M.

    Contextual moderators of the relationship between organizational citizenship behaviors and challenge and hindrance stress

    2014, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 87: 557-578
  • Chang, C.-H., & Lyons, B. J.

    Not all aggressions are created equal: A multi-foci approach to workplace aggression

    2012, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 17: 79-92
  • Eatough, E. M., Way, J. D., & Chang, C.-H.

    Understanding the link between psychosocial factors and work-related musculoskeletal complaints

    2012, Applied Ergonomics, 43: 554-563
  • Chang, C.-H., Ferris, D. L., Johnson, R. E., Rosen, C. C., & Tan, J. A.

    Core self-evaluations: A review and evaluation of the literature

    2012, Journal of Management, 38: 81-128
  • Yang, L.-Q., Spector, P. E., Chang, C.-H., Gallant-Roman, M., & Powell, J.

    Psychosocial precursors and physical consequences of workplace violence towards nurses: A longitudinal examination with naturally occurring groups in hospital settings

    2012, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 49: 1091-1102
  • Chang, C.-H., Rosen, C. C., Siemieniec, G. M., & Johnson, R. E.

    Perceptions of organizational politics and employee contextual performance: Conscientiousness and self-monitoring as moderators

    2012, Journal of Business and Psychology, 27: 395-406
  • Chang, C.-H., Eatough, E. M., Spector, P. E., & Kessler, S. R.

    Violence prevention climate, exposure to violence and aggression, and prevention behavior: A mediation model

    2012, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33: 657-677
  • Lanaj, K., Chang, C.-H., & Johnson, R. E.

    Regulatory focus and work-related outcomes: A meta-analysis

    2012, Psychological Bulletin, 138: 998-1034
  • Johnson, R. E., Chang, C.-H., Meyer, T., Lanaj, K., & Way, J. D.

    Approaching success or avoiding failure? Approach and avoidance motives in the work domain

    2013, European Journal of Personality, 27: 424-441
  • Ferris, D. L., Johnson, R. E., Rosen, C. C., Chang, C.-H., & Tan, J. A.

    When is success not satisfying? A moderated mediation model of the relation between core self-evaluation and job satisfaction

    2013, Journal of Applied Psychology, 98: 342-353
  • Rosen, C. C., Slater, D., Chang, C.-H., & Johnson, R. E.

    Let’s make a deal: Development and validation of the ex post I-Deals scale

    2013, Journal of Management, 39: 709-742
  • Taing, M. U., Smith, T., Singla, N., Johnson, R. E., & Chang, C.-H.

    The relationship between learning goal orientation, goal-setting, and performance: A longitudinal study

    2013, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43: 1668-1675
  • Koopman, J., Howe, M., Johnson, R. E., Tan, J. A., & Chang, C.-H.

    A framework for developing word fragment completion tasks

    2013, Human Resource Management Review, 23: 242-253
  • Johnson, R. E., Howe, M., & Chang, C.-H

    The importance of velocity, or why speed may matter more than distance

    2013, Organizational Psychology Review, 3: 62-85
  • Johnson, R. E., Chang, C.-H., & Lord, R. G.

    Moving from cognition to behavior: What the research says

    2006, Psychological Bulletin, 132: 381-415