Sandra Spataro
Sandra Spataro
Northern Kentucky University, Haile College of Business
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Knowing your place: self-perceptions of status in face-to-face groups.
C Anderson, S Srivastava, JS Beer, SE Spataro, JA Chatman
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (6), 1094, 2006
The affective revolution in organizational behavior: The emergence of a paradigm.
SG Barsade, AP Brief, SE Spataro
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2003
Personality and organizational culture as determinants of influence.
C Anderson, SE Spataro, FJ Flynn
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (3), 702, 2008
Using self-categorization theory to understand relational demography–based variations in people's responsiveness to organizational culture
JA Chatman, SE Spataro
Academy of Management Journal 48 (2), 321-331, 2005
Getting to know you: The influence of personality on impressions and performance of demographically different people in organizations
FJ Flynn, JA Chatman, SE Spataro
Administrative science quarterly 46 (3), 414-442, 2001
Holding your place: Reactions to the prospect of status gains and losses
NC Pettit, K Yong, SE Spataro
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 396-401, 2010
Diversity in context: how organizational culture shapes reactions to workers with disabilities and others who are demographically different
SE Spataro
Behavioral sciences & the Law 23 (1), 21-38, 2005
Being distinctive versus being conspicuous: The effects of numeric status and sex-stereotyped tasks on individual performance in groups
JA Chatman, AD Boisnier, SE Spataro, C Anderson, JL Berdahl
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 107 (2), 141-160, 2008
“Can you repeat that?” Teaching active listening in management education
SE Spataro, J Bloch
Journal of Management Education 42 (2), 168-198, 2018
Cultivating critical-thinking dispositions throughout the business curriculum
J Bloch, SE Spataro
Business and Professional Communication Quarterly 77 (3), 249-265, 2014
Organizational behavior: The state of the science
SG Barsade, AP Brief, SE Spataro, J Greenberg
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Mahwah, 2003
Interactions among same-status peers: Effects of behavioral style and status level
SE Spataro, NC Pettit, SJ Sauer, RB Lount Jr
Small Group Research 45 (3), 314-336, 2014
Misperceiving your place: Humility and hubris in social hierarchies
CP Anderson, SE Spataro
Status and Groups 7, 69-92, 2005
Not all differences are the same: The role of informal status in predicting reactions to demographic diversity in organizations
S Spataro
Available at SSRN 297465, 2002
Fostering psychological safety: Using improvisation as a team building tool in management education
J Perrmann-Graham, J Liu, C Cangioni, SE Spataro
The International Journal of Management Education 20 (2), 100617, 2022
Not all differences are the same: Variation in the status value of demographic characteristics within and across organizations
S Spataro
Journal of Business Diversity 12 (3), 67-80, 2012
Getting people to cooperate: Understanding relational demography-based variations in people’s responsiveness to organizational inducements
J Chatman, S Spataro
Academy of Management Journal 48 (2), 321-321, 2005
The effects of interorganizational competition on identity-based organizational commitment.
SE Spataro, JA Chatman
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2007
When differences do (and do not) make a difference: How individual identities influence reactions to diversity
SE Spataro
Identity Issues in Groups, 1-25, 2003
Lessons from Scranton: Using scenes from the television series The Office to teach topics in professional communication
J Bloch, SE Spataro
IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 59 (3), 274-287, 2016
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