Blake E. Ashforth

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Ashforth BE, Schinoff BS, Rogers KM. (2016) "I identify with her," "I identify with him": Unpacking the dynamics of personal identification in organizations Academy of Management Review. 41: 28-60
Ashforth BE. (2016) Distinguished Scholar Invited Essay: Exploring Identity and Identification in Organizations: Time for Some Course Corrections Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 23: 361-373
Christoforou PS, Ashforth BE. (2015) Revisiting the debate on the relationship between display rules and performance: considering the explicitness of display rules. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 100: 249-61
Galvin BM, Lange D, Ashforth BE. (2015) Narcissistic organizational identification: Seeing oneself as central to the organization's identity Academy of Management Review. 40: 163-181
Humphrey RH, Ashforth BE, Diefendorff JM. (2015) The bright side of emotional labor Journal of Organizational Behavior. 36: 749-769
Ashforth BE, Rogers KM, Pratt MG, et al. (2014) Ambivalence in organizations: A multilevel approach Organization Science. 25: 1453-1478
O’Leary-Kelly AM, Henderson KE, Anand V, et al. (2014) Psychological Contracts in a Nontraditional Industry: Exploring the Implications for Psychological Contract Development Group and Organization Management. 39: 326-360
Ashforth BE, Reingen PH. (2014) Functions of Dysfunction: Managing the Dynamics of an Organizational Duality in a Natural Food Cooperative Administrative Science Quarterly. 59: 474-516
Ashforth BE, Kreiner GE. (2014) Dirty Work and Dirtier Work: Differences in Countering Physical, Social, and Moral Stigma Management and Organization Review. 10: 81-108
Ashforth BE, Kreiner GE. (2014) Contextualizing dirty work: The neglected role of cultural, historical, and demographic context Journal of Management and Organization. 20: 423-440
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