Talya N. Bauer

Affiliations: 
Portland State University, Portland, OR, United States 
Area:
Marketing Business Administration, Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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Hu J, Erdogan B, Bauer TN, et al. (2015) There are lots of big fish in this pond: The role of peer overqualification on task significance, perceived fit, and performance for overqualified employees. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 100: 1228-38
Erdogan B, Bauer TN. (2010) Differentiated leader-member exchanges: the buffering role of justice climate. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 95: 1104-20
Erdogan B, Bauer TN. (2009) Perceived overqualification and its outcomes: the moderating role of empowerment. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 94: 557-65
Bauer TN, Bodner T, Erdogan B, et al. (2007) Newcomer adjustment during organizational socialization: a meta-analytic review of antecedents, outcomes, and methods. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 92: 707-21
Bauer TN, Erdogan B, Liden RC, et al. (2006) A longitudinal study of the moderating role of extraversion: Leader-member exchange, performance, and turnover during new executive development Journal of Applied Psychology. 91: 298-310
Hunthausen JM, Truxillo DM, Bauer TN, et al. (2003) A field study of frame-of-reference effects on personality test validity. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 88: 545-51
Paronto ME, Truxillo DM, Bauer TN, et al. (2002) Drug testing, drug treatment, and marijuana use: a fairness perspective. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 87: 1159-66
Truxillo DM, Bauer TN, Campion MA, et al. (2002) Selection fairness information and applicant reactions: a longitudinal field study. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 87: 1020-31
Sanchez RJ, Truxillo DM, Bauer TN. (2000) Development and examination of an expectancy-based measure of test-taking motivation. The Journal of Applied Psychology. 85: 739-50
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