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- 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.
- Neville, L., Curhan, J. & Kumar, N. (2016). The internet as negotiation laboratory: Lessons for conducting negotiation research with crowdsourced participants. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Conflict Management, New York City.
- Granger, S., Neville, L. & Turner, N. (2016). Taking note: The development of the follower political knowledge scale. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim.
- Neville, L. (2015). When do observers trust forgiving victims? In M.F. Saldhana & L.J. Barclay (chairs), New Insights into Forgiveness and Mercy: Antecedents, Outcomes, and the Role of Third Parties. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver.
- Neville, L. & Fisk, G.M. (2014). Getting to excess: Psychological entitlement and contentious negotiation. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the International Association for Conflict Management, Leiden.
- Bapuji, H. & Neville, L. (2014). How does inequality affect organizations? In B. Husted (chair), Economic Inequality and Organizational Studies: Theoretical Antecedents and New Directions. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia.
- Neville, L. (2014). Contextual influences on the value of forgiveness: Forgiveness at home, grudges at work? In T. Okimoto (chair), Repair and Reintegration in the Aftermath of Workplace Transgressions. Symposium presented at the Biennial Conference of the International Society for Justice Research, New York.
- Neville, L. & Fisk, G.M. (2013). Asking too much? Psychological entitlement and negotiation. In C. Tumlison & A. O’Leary-Kelly (chairs), Psychological entitlement in the workplace. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando.
- Bapuji, H. & Neville, L. (2013). Is economic inequality as damaging to firms as it is to societies? Paper presented at the Inequality, Institutions and Organizations conference, Vancouver.
- Neville, L. (2012). The effects of restorative and retributive justice on forgiveness. In D. Lewin & L. Greer (organizers), Restorative justice: Integrating multidisciplinary perspectives on research and practice. Professional development workshop at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston.
- Neville, L. & Brodt, S.E. (2011). The effects of observed forgiveness and discipline on teammate forgiveness and team perceptions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, San Antonio.
- Neville, L. & Brodt, S.E. (2011). Interpersonal Forgiveness Following a Trust Breach: Consequences for Group Functioning. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, Minneapolis.
- Neville, L. (2010). Interpersonal forgiveness following trust breach: Team relevant consequences. Invited presentation, Notre Dame-RSM Erasmus Conference on Behavioural Business Ethics: Ideas on an Emerging Field, Chicago.
- Neville, L. & Brodt, S.E. (2010). Third-party responses to observing forgiveness. Paper presented in L. Neville & S.E. Brodt (chairs), Forgiveness at Work. Showcase symposium, Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Montreal.
(Selected as an Academy Program Highlight by the Conflict Management division).
- Neville, L. & Brodt, S.E. (2009). The curious relationship between fairness and trust in groups. Paper presentation at the 13th Annual Conference on Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Ithaca.
- Neville, L. (2008). The fast and the fragile? Trust breach and repair in temporary teams. Visual presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim.