Kevin Eschleman

Psychology San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, United States 
"Kevin Eschleman"

Eschleman, Kevin, The Effects of Causal Attributions on Subordinate Responses to Supervisor Support
(2011). Browse all Theses and Dissertations. 467.


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John M. Flach grad student
David M. LaHuis grad student (SocTree)
Nathan A. Bowling grad student 2011 Wright State University
 (The effects of causal attributions on subordinate responses to supervisor support)


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Alejandro Albedrop grad student
Ashlynn H Harrison-Garcia grad student San Francisco State (IOTree)
Leila Jimeno Jimenez grad student
Erica Britton grad student 2019-2021 San Francisco State
Clifton Lee grad student 2020-2022 San Francisco State
Dominic Rivera grad student 2020-2022 San Francisco State
Rosie Talcott grad student 2020-2022
Rana Tawfik grad student 2020-2022 San Francisco State
Philip Matthew Farillas grad student 2021-2023 San Francisco State (IOTree)
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Eschleman KJ, Bowling N, Zelazny L. (2020) Getting a grip on the gripers: Curmudgeon personality's relationships with job attitudes and employee well-being Personality and Individual Differences. 167: 110253
Munc A, Eschleman K, Donnelly J. (2017) The importance of provision and utilization of supervisor support. Stress and Health : Journal of the International Society For the Investigation of Stress. 33: 348-357
Eschleman KJ, Mathieu M, Cooper J. (2017) Creating a Recovery Filled Weekend: The Moderating Effect of Occupation Type on the Relationship between Non-work Creative Activity and State of Feeling Recovered at Work Creativity Research Journal. 29: 97-107
Eschleman KJ, Bowling NA, Judge TA. (2015) The dispositional basis of attitudes: A replication and extension of Hepler and Albarracín (2013). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: e1-15
Eschleman KJ, Bowling NA, LaHuis D. (2015) The moderating effects of personality on the relationship between change in work stressors and change in counterproductive work behaviours Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 88: 656-678
Eschleman KJ, Bowling NA, Michel JS, et al. (2014) Perceived intent of supervisor as a moderator of the relationships between abusive supervision and counterproductive work behaviours Work and Stress. 28: 362-375
Eschleman KJ, LaHuis D. (2014) Advancing occupational stress and health research and interventions using latent difference score modeling. International Journal of Stress Management. 21: 112-136
Wang Q, Bowling NA, Eschleman KJ. (2010) A meta-analytic examination of work and general locus of control. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 95: 761-8
Bowling NA, Eschleman KJ. (2010) Employee personality as a moderator of the relationships between work stressors and counterproductive work behavior. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 15: 91-103
Bowling NA, Eschleman KJ, Wang Q. (2010) A meta-analytic examination of the relationship between job satisfaction and subjective well-being Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 83: 915-934
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