Brandon Randolph-Seng

Psychology Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, United States 
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Guenter H, Gardner WL, Davis McCauley K, et al. (2017) Shared Authentic Leadership in Research Teams: Testing a Multiple Mediation Model. Small Group Research. 48: 719-765
Martinko MJ, Randolph-Seng B, Shen W, et al. (2017) An Examination of the Influence of Implicit Theories, Attribution Styles, and Performance Cues on Questionnaire Measures of Leadership Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. 25: 116-133
Kessler SR, Mahoney KT, Randolph-Seng B, et al. (2017) The Effects of Attribution Style and Stakeholder Role on Blame for the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Business & Society. 58: 1572-1598
Hayek M, Randolph-Seng B, Williams WA, et al. (2017) A dark side of political skill? Awareness and life satisfaction in a Latin American Business Journal of Management & Organization. 23: 405-422
Randell JA, Randolph-Seng B, Hurst A, et al. (2016) Misattribution of Affective Coherence Versus Incoherence in Subsequent Judgments Social Psychological and Personality Science. 7: 264-271
Randolph-Seng B, Cogliser CC, Randolph AF, et al. (2016) Diversity in leadership: race in leader-member exchanges Leadership and Organization Development Journal. 37: 750-773
Hinojosa AS, McCauley KD, Randolph-Seng B, et al. (2014) Leader and follower attachment styles: Implications for authentic leader–follower relationships Leadership Quarterly. 25: 595-610
Randolph-Seng B, Reich DA, DeMarree KG. (2012) On the nonconscious antecedents of social identification: Ingroup salience, outgroup salience, or both? Social Cognition. 30: 335-349
Randolph-Seng B, Nielsen ME. (2009) Opening the doors of perception: Priming altered states of consciousness outside of conscious awareness Archive For the Psychology of Religion. 31: 237-260
Nielsen ME, Williams J, Randolph-Seng B. (2009) Religious orientation, personality, and attitudes about human stem cell research International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 19: 81-91
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