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- Neville, L., Caza, B.B. & Olekalns, M. (2020). Negotiation resilience: A framework for understanding how negotiators respond to adversity. In E.H. Powley, B.B. Caza & A. Caza (eds.), Research Handbook on Organizational Resilience. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. pp. 70-85. [PDF]
- Granger, S., Neville, L. & Turner, N. (2020). Political knowledge at work:
Conceptualization, measurement, and applications to follower proactivity. Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology 93(2), 431-471.
- Neville, L. & Fisk, G.M. (2019). Getting to excess: Psychological entitlement and negotiation attitudes. Journal of Business and Psychology 34(4), 555-574 [PDF]
- Herschovis, M.S., Neville, L., Christie, A., Reich, T., Cortina, L. & Shan, V. (2017). Witnessing wrongdoing: The effects of observer power on incivility intervention in the workplace. Organizational Behaviour and Human Decision Processes 142, 45-57. [PDF]
- Chuapetcharasopon, P., Neville, L., Adair, W.L., Brodt, S.E., Lituchy, T. & Racine, A. (2017) Cultural mosaic beliefs as a new measure of the psychological climate for diversity. International Journal of Cross-Cultural Management. [PDF]
- Neville, L. & Roulin, N. (2016). Genius or folly? It depends on whether performance ratings survive the ‘psychological immune system’. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 9(2), 281-288.
- Bapuji, H. & Neville, L. (2015). Income inequality ignored? An agenda for business and strategic organization. Strategic Organization 13(3), 233-246.
- Brodt, S.E. & Neville, L. (2013). Repairing trust to preserve balance: A balance-theoretic approach to trust breach and repair in groups. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 6(1), 49-65.
- Neville, L. (2012). Do economic equality and generalized trust inhibit academic dishonesty? Evidence from state-level search engine queries. Psychological Science 23(4), 339-345.
- Neville, L. (2012). Trust and contracts. In M. Marvel (ed.), Sage Encyclopedia of New Venture Management. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
- Fisk, G.M. & Neville, L. (2011). Effects of customer entitlement on service workers’ physical and psychological well-being: A study of waitstaff employees. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 16(4), 391-405.
- Neville, L. & Brodt, S.E. (2010). The curious relationship between fairness and trust in groups: When fair process erodes trust, unfair treatment begets trust, and unfair restitution restores trust. In Mannix, E., Neale, M. & Mullen, E. (eds.), Research on Managing Groups and Teams 13, 121-155.
- Neville, L. (2008). Book review: Organization at the Limit: Lessons from the Columbia Disaster. Organization Studies 29(11), 1483-1486.
- For a list of manuscripts in preparation, under review, or in revision, please contact me.