David C. Baldridge, Ph.D.

2001 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
Management Business Administration, Industrial Psychology
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John F. Veiga grad student 2001 University of Connecticut
 (The everyday ADA: The influence of requesters' assessments on decisions to ask for needed accommodation.)
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Veiga JF, Baldridge DC, Markóczy L. (2014) Toward greater understanding of the pernicious effects of workplace envy International Journal of Human Resource Management. 25: 2364-2381
Baldridge DC, Eddleston KA, Veiga JF. (2006) Saying 'no' to being uprooted: The impact of family and gender on willingness to relocate Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 79: 131-149
Baldridge DC, Veiga JF. (2006) The impact of anticipated social consequences on recurring disability accommodation requests Journal of Management. 32: 158-179
Eddleston KA, Baldridge DC, Veiga JF. (2004) Toward modeling the predictors of managerial career success: Does gender matter? Journal of Managerial Psychology. 19: 360-385
Veiga JF, Baldridge DC, Eddleston KA. (2004) Toward understanding employee reluctance to participate in family-friendly programs Human Resource Management Review. 14: 337-351
Baldridge DC, Veiga JF. (2001) Toward a greater understanding of the willingness to request an accommodation: Can requesters' beliefs disable the Americans with disabilities act? Academy of Management Review. 26: 85-99
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