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P. Gregory Irving

Published Conference Proceedings

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  • Irving, P.G., Coleman, D.F., & Tolliver, J.M. (1989). The effect of realistic job previews and attributions on job acceptance. Proceedings of the Atlantic Schools of BusinessConference, 214-223.
  • Coleman, D.F., & Irving, P.G. (1992). A within-subjects test of the effect of realistic job previews and attributions on job acceptance. Proceedings of the Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, 336-345.
  • Coleman, D.F., & Irving, P.G. (1993). Information source credibility and organization choice: A within-subjects test of attribution effects on instrumentalities, valences, attractiveness, and choice. Proceedings of the Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, 332-341.
  • Irving, P.G., & Goldstein, J. (1993). Non-instrumental and instrumental effects of voice: An empirical test of a model of procedural justice. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 14 (No. 5), 132-141.
  • Irving, P.G., & Coleman, D.F. (1994). Attribution effects on organizational choice: A test of an attribution-expectancy model. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Human Resources Division), 15 (No. 9), 22-31.
  • Irving, P.G., & Meyer, J.P. (1994). Sex differences in job attribute preferences among managers and non-managers. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Human Resources Division), 15 (No. 9), 102-111.
  • Irving, P.G., & Meyer, J.P. (1994). On the generalizability of the Vroom-Yetton model to managerial third-party conflict intervention. Proceedings of the Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, 321-330.
  • Irving, P.G., Kovacheff, J.D., Coleman, D.F., & Wood, S. (1995). Behavioural responses to organizational injustices: The effect of affective and continuance commitment. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 16 (No. 5), 75-84.
  • Irving, P.G. (1995). Dimensions of managerial third-party conflict intervention strategies. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 16 (No. 5), 11-21.
  • Irving, P.G. (1996). The effect of desired outcomes on managers' choice of third-party conflict intervention strategies. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 17 (No. 5), 30-39.
  • Irving, P.G., & Meyer, J.P. (1996). The met expectations hypothesis and work attitudes and turnover intentions: A replication. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 17 (No. 5), 40-48.
  • Kovacheff, J.D., & Irving, P.G. (1996). The effects of values and value conflicts on behavioural responses to ethical dilemmas. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 17 (No. 5), 99-108.
  • Cooper, C.L., Irving, P.G., & Dickson, J. (1997). Distributive justice: Clarifying the construct itself as well as its determinants. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Human Resources Division), 18 (No. 9), 12-22.
  • Coleman, D.F., Irving, P.G., & Cooper, C.L. (1997). Work locus of control and the three-component model of organizational commitment. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 18 (No. 5), 30-38.
  • Coleman, D.F., Tolliver, J.M., & Irving, P.G. (1997). Work locus of control and procedural justice in a case of privatization. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of the Eastern Academy of Management, 165-169.
  • Gellatly, I.R., & Irving, P.G. (1999). The moderating role of perceived autonomy on personality-performance relations within a public-sector organization. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Human Resources Division), 20 (No. 9), 49-58.
  • Bansal, H.S., Irving, P.G., & Taylor, S.F. (2001). A three component model of customer commitment to service providers. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Marketing Division), 22 (No. 3), 52-62.
  • Irving, P.G., & Montes, S. (2002). Attributions and justice as moderators of psychological contract breach effects. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 23 (No. 5), 31-39.
  • Irving, P.G., & Bobocel, D.R. (2002). Correlates of transactional and relational psychological contracts. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 23 (No. 5), 40-49.
  • Irving, P.G., Cawsey, T.F., & Cruikshank, R. (2002). Organizational commitment patterns: Relations with psychological contracts. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 23 (No. 5), 21-30.
  • Gellatly, I.R., & Irving, P.G. (2003). Organizational commitment and psychological contract: Are these concepts empirically distinct? Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 24 (No. 5), 139-160.
  • Taggar, S., Ellis, R.E., & Irving, P.G. (2004). The role of leaders in shaping team norms. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 25 (No. 5).
  • Sharma, P., Irving, P.G., & Krivokapic, N. (2004). Antecedents of family business successor commitment: A preliminary test. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Entrepreneurship and Family Business Division), 25 (No. 11).
  • Irving, P.G., & Taggar, S. (2004). Perceived organizational support as a mediator of participative decision making-organizational commitment relations. Proceedings of the biannual conference of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management.
  • Taggar, S., & Irving, P.G. (2004). Affective organizational and occupational commitment: Personality antecedents and impact on salespeoplesí ability to adapt to customer needs. Proceedings of the biannual conference of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management.
  • Montes, S.D., & Irving, P.G. (2005). Psychological contract breach: Assessing underlying assumptions. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Irving, P.G., & Montes, S.D. (2005). Met expectations: The effects of expected and delivered inducements on attitudes and intentions. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  • Montes, S.D., & Irving, P.G. (2006). The mediating role of trust in psychological contract breach effects: Clarifying the relations. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 27 (No. 5).
  • Montes, S.D., & Irving, P.G. (2007). The effects of promise importance and size of breach on perceptions of breach and employee reactions. Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference (Organizational Behaviour Division), 28 (No. 5).
  • McNally, J. J., & Irving, P. G. (2009). Examining the relationship between university student commitment profiles and behavior. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management.

Updated May 14, 2009

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