Rolf van Dick
Rolf van Dick
Professor of Social Psychology, Goethe University
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Foci of attachment in organizations: A meta-analytic comparison of the strength and correlates of workgroup versus organizational identification and commitment
M Riketta, R Van Dick
Journal of vocational behavior 67 (3), 490-510, 2005
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Explaining Turnover Intentions with Organizational Identification and Job Satisfaction*
R Van Dick, O Christ, J Stellmacher, U Wagner, O Ahlswede, C Grubba, ...
British journal of management 15 (4), 351-360, 2004
Social identities and commitments at work: Toward an integrative model
JP Meyer, TE Becker, R Van Dick
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2006
The utility of a broader conceptualization of organizational identification: Which aspects really matter?
R Van Dick, U Wagner, J Stellmacher, O Christ
Journal of Occupational and Organizational psychology 77 (2), 171-191, 2004
Stress and strain in teaching: A structural equation approach
R Van Dick, U Wagner
British journal of educational psychology 71 (2), 243-259, 2001
Organizational identification and organizational commitment: Distinct aspects of two related concepts
T Gautam, R Van Dick, U Wagner
Asian Journal of social psychology 7 (3), 301-315, 2004
Identity and the extra mile: Relationships between organizational identification and organizational citizenship behaviour.
R Van Dick, MW Grojean, O Christ, J Wieseke
British Journal of Management 17 (4), 2006
Identification in organizational contexts: Linking theory and research from social and organizational psychology
R Van Dick
International Journal of Management Reviews 3 (4), 265-283, 2001
The role of leaders in internal marketing
J Wieseke, M Ahearne, SK Lam, R Van Dick
Journal of marketing 73 (2), 123-145, 2009
Boundary spanners' identification, intergroup contact, and effective intergroup relations
AW Richter, MA West, R Van Dick, JF Dawson
Academy of Management Journal 49 (6), 1252-1269, 2006
A social identity perspective on leadership and employee creativity
G Hirst, R Van Dick, D Van Knippenberg
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2009
Work motivation, organisational identification, and well-being in call centre work
J Wegge, R Van Dick, GK Fisher, C Wecking, K Moltzen
Work & Stress 20 (1), 60-83, 2006
Do I hear the whistle…? A first attempt to measure four forms of employee silence and their correlates
M Knoll, R Van Dick
Journal of business ethics 113, 349-362, 2013
Recognizing the benefits of diversity: When and how does diversity increase group performance?
MÉ Roberge, R Van Dick
Human Resource management review 20 (4), 295-308, 2010
How do transformational leaders foster positive employee outcomes? A self‐determination‐based analysis of employees' needs as mediating links
S Kovjanic, SC Schuh, K Jonas, NV Quaquebeke, R Van Dick
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (8), 1031-1052, 2012
Group diversity and group identification: The moderating role of diversity beliefs
R Van Dick, D Van Knippenberg, S Hägele, YRF Guillaume, FC Brodbeck
Human relations 61 (10), 1463-1492, 2008
When teachers go the extra mile: Foci of organisational identification as determinants of different forms of organisational citizenship behaviour among schoolteachers
O Christ, R Van Dick, U Wagner, J Stellmacher
British Journal of Educational Psychology 73 (3), 329-341, 2003
A Test of Basic Assumptions of Affective Events Theory (AET) in Call Centre Work1
J Wegge, R Dick, GK Fisher, MA West, JF Dawson
British Journal of Management 17 (3), 237-254, 2006
Social identity and social exchange: Identification, support, and withdrawal from the job
D Van Knippenberg, R Van Dick, S Tavares
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 37 (3), 457-477, 2007
Working Under a Black Cloud: How to Sustain Organizational Identification after a Merger*
R Van Dick, J Ullrich, PA Tissington
British Journal of management 17 (S1), S69-S79, 2006
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