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Recent Submissions

  • Keeping Quiet: Factors that Hinder Anger Expression at Work 

    Stickney, Lisa T.; Geddes, Deanna (International Association of Conflict Management 24th Annual Conference Proceedings, 2011-07)
    More research is emerging that finds workplace anger expression (versus suppression) is more likely to promote positive individual and organizational outcomes. However, many angry employees at work choose to remain silent ...
  • An Empirical Examination of the Dual Threshold Model of Anger Expression 

    Stickney, Lisa T.; Geddes, Deanna (International Association of Conflict Management 18th Annual Conference Proceedings, 2005-06)
    This exploratory study examines the suppression and expression of anger at work within the framework of Callister & Geddes’ (2004) Dual Threshold Model. Data for the study were collected from surveys reflecting a critical ...
  • A Few Thoughts on the Flipped Classroom 

    Vincenti, Giovanni; Braman, James (ICST, 2013-10)
    There are many ways educators can enhance their curriculum and experiment with new pedagogical models to engage students. There have been numerous studies that have shown improvement as well as the potential for additional ...
  • Virtual Worlds in the General Education Curriculum 

    Braman, James; Meiselwitz, Gabriele; Vincenti, Giovanni (Proceedings of the 24th International Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2013-03)
    Virtual worlds have been an increasing element in professional training and instruction for some time, with many institutions in higher education becoming interested in integrating virtual worlds into the curriculum. ...
  • The ARICE Framework: Augmented Reality in Computing Education 

    Wang, Kathy; Vincenti, Giovanni; Braman, James; Dudley, Alfreda (International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 2013-12)
    Augmented Reality (AR) is a term for a live direct or an indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sen- sory input and output including sound, graphics or haptic ...
  • Affect and Decision Making 

    Stickney, Lisa T. (University of Baltimore, 2009-04)
    Intellect is to emotion as our clothes are to our bodies; we could not very well have civilized life without clothes, but we would be in a poor way if we had only clothes without bodies. [Alfred North Whitehead] S ixteen ...
  • Professor Role Strain 

    Hayes, Rebecca; Richards, Tara N.; Branch, Kathryn A. (Feminist Criminology, 2010-05)
    Sexual assault and intimate partner violence victimisations are a major concern for the college community. College students who experience victimisation at times turn to their female professors as a listening ear. Due to ...
  • More Than Just “Blowing off Steam”: The Roles of Anger and Advocacy in Promoting Positive Outcomes at Work 

    Stickney, Lisa T.; Geddes, Deanna (Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 2016-05)
    Employee anger can be suppressed or quieted so that angry individuals only vent frustrations to supportive colleagues, rather than approach those responsible or in an organizational position to help remedy the problematic ...
  • Positive, Proactive, and Committed: The Surprising Connection Between Good Citizens and Expressed (vs. Suppressed) Anger at Work 

    Stickney, Lisa T.; Geddes, Deanna (Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 2014-11)
    In two studies, we examine the relationship of positive and negative trait affectivity (PA/NA), organizational commitment, and emotional exhaustion with organizational member anger. Utilizing the dual threshold model (DTM) ...
  • Colorado’s Innovative Response to Domestic Violence Offender Treatment: Current Achievements and Recommendations for the Future 

    Richards, Tara N.; Gover, Angela R.; Tomsich, Elizabeth A. (University of Colorado Denver, 2015-09)
    The Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) is mandated by the Colorado legislature to ensure the effectiveness of domestic violence offender treatment in Colorado by overseeing the implementation and evaluation ...
  • An Ear to the Ground: The Role of the Voice of The Consumer in Firm Survival for Startups 

    Englis, Paula Danskin; Englis, Basil; Ratinho, Tiago; Groen, Aard J. (2011)
    Many high tech knowledge intensive entrepreneurial firms tend to focus on their technological capabilities and to develop products that are typically taken to the market using a “push” strategy. In doing so, the firm and ...
  • Business Support Within Business Incubators 

    Ratinho, Tiago; Harms, Rainer; Groen, Aard J. (University of Twente, 2009)
    Business incubators (BI) have been established worldwide as tools for company creation and small businesses support. BIs claim to help their tenants by providing them with the optimal conditions for increasing early stage ...
  • Technology Business Incubators as Engines of Growth: Towards a Distinction Between Technology Incubators and Non-Technology Incubators 

    Ratinho, Tiago; Harms, Rainer; Groen, Aard J. (Swinburne University of Technology, 2009)
    Business incubators are an increasingly popular tool for promoting job and wealth creation. Yet given the heterogeneity of incubation models, it is not always clear how incubators operate, what their main characteristics ...
  • Business Incubators: (How) Do They Help Their Tenants? 

    Ratinho, Tiago; Harms, Rainer; Groen, Aard J. (2009)
    Business incubators (BI) have been established worldwide as tools for company creation and small businesses support. BIs claim to help their tenants by providing them with the optimal conditions for increasing early stage ...
  • Are Business Incubators Helping? The Role of BIs in Facilitating Tenants’ Development 

    Ratinho, Tiago; Harms, Rainer; Groen, Aard J. (2010)
    Business incubators (BI) are among a variety of initiatives to stimulate economic growth by promoting the creation and development of new companies. The rapid growth of BIs in recent years confirms their importance in the ...
  • Business Incubators: Creation of a Fit in Armenia 

    Grigorian, Armen; Ratinho, Tiago; Harms, Rainer (2010)
    In this paper, we evaluate the extent to which business incubation services meet tenant’s needs. Additionally, we pose the question of whether the current business incubators actually cover the needs of a particular industry. ...
  • Towards a Distinction Between Technology Incubators and Non-Technology Incubators: Can They Contribute to Economic Growth? 

    Ratinho, Tiago; Harms, Rainer; Groen, Aard J.; Fink, Matthias; Hatak, Isabella (European Council of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2010-01)
    Business incubators are an increasingly popular tool for promoting job and wealth creation. Yet given the heterogeneity of incubation models, it is not always clear how incubators operate, what their main characteristics ...
  • Entrepreneurial Strategic Groups: How Clustering Helps Nascent Firms 

    Amezcua, A. S.; Ratinho, Tiago (Babson College, 2012)
    Our study examines how strategic groups consisting of nascent ventures outperform other firms. An entrepreneurial strategic group is defined as firms that pursue a similar founding strategy, belong to the same industry, ...
  • Goal interdependence, Subgroup Formation, and Conflict in Teams 

    Rae, Yunzi Tan (Goal interdependence, Subgroup Formation, and Conflict in Teams, 2017-08)
    This research investigates subgroup formation as an important mediator in the goal interdependence-intragroup conflict linkage. Specifically, it proposes that subgroup formation will mediate the relationship between ...
  • Being Mindful May Not Make You A Team Player: Does Meditation Help or Hurt Online Group Work? 

    Rae, Yunzi Tan; Molinari, Carrol (Journal of Educators Online, 2017-07)
    In higher education, more and more students take part in online courses that require them to engage in virtual work groups. Research has shown that online learners are likely to experience information overload and considerable ...

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