Academic Publications

Latest Publications

  • Mayo, M., van Knippenberg, D., Guillen, L., & Firfiray, S. 2016. Team Diversity and Categorization Salience: Capturing Diversity-Blind, Intergroup Biased, and Multicultural Perceptions. Organizational Research Methods, v.19(3),433-474.
  • Firfiray, S., & Mayo, M. 2016. The Lure of Work-Life Benefit: Perceived Person-Organization Fit as a Mechanism Explaining Job Seeker Attraction to Organizations. Human Resource Management.
  • Guillen, L., Mayo, M., & Korotov, K. (2015). Is leadership a part of me? A leader identity approach to understanding the motivation to lead. The Leadership Quarterly, 26: 802-820.
Top 10 Academic Publications

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Team Diversity and Categorization Salience: Capturing Diversity-Blind, Intergroup Biased, and Multicultural Perceptions. Organizational Research Methods. 2016.

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The Lure of Work-Life Benefit: Perceived Person-Organization Fit as a Mechanism Explaining Job Seeker Attraction to Organizations. Human Resource Management. 2016.

03.  

Is leadership a part of me? A leader identity approach to understanding the motivation to lead. The Leadership Quarterly, 2016, 26: 802-820.

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Aligning or Inflating Your Leadership Self-Image? A Longitudinal Study of Responses to Peer Feedback in MBA Teams. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2012, Vol.11(4): 631 – 652.

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Work-family balance and energy: A day-level study on recovery conditions. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2010, Vol.76 (1): 118 – 130.

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Why some firms adopt telecommuting while others do not: A contingency perspective. Human Resource Management, 2019, Vol.48 (6): 917 – 939.

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Effects of work-family conflict on employees well-being: The moderating role of recovery experiences. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 2009, Vol.14 (4): 427 – 440.

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Adding fuel to fire: the impact of followers’ arousal on ratings of charisma. Journal of Applied Psychology, 2007, Vol.92 (6): 1584 – 1596.

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A network effects model of charisma attributions. Academy of Management Journal, 2002, Vol.45 (2): 410 – 420.

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The effects of group heterogeneity on the self-perceived efficacy of group leaders. The Leadership Quarterly, 1996, Vol.7: 265 – 284.

Working Papers

  • Mayo, M., Kakarika, M., Mainemelis, B., & Deuschel, N. A Metatheorical Framework of Diversity in Teams. Human Relations (Conditional Acceptance).
  • Guillen, L., Mayo, M., Whitman, D. S., & Korotov, K. Who are viewed as visionaries? An identity perspective to understanding leadership attributions. To be submitted to The Leadership Quarterly (1st Revised & Resubmit)
  • Guillen, L., Mayo, M., & Karelaia, N. The competence-confidence gender gap: Being competent is not (always) enough for women to appear confident. Journal of Applied Psychology (Under Review).