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Nancy Rothbard

David Pottruck Professor

Chair, Management Department

Research Interests: emotion and identity, work motivation and engagement, work-life and career development, organizational behavior

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  • Nancy Rothbard, Steffanie L. Wilk (Working), In the eye of the beholder: The relationship between employee and supervisor perceptions of engagement and their effect on performance.
  • Amanda O'Neill, Nancy Rothbard (2015), Love is All You Need: The Influence of Culture of Joviality and Companionate Love, Emotion Suppression and Work-Family Conflict on Firefighter Risk Taking and Health. , Academy of Management Journal
  • Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, Nancy Rothbard (2015), Social media or social minefield? Surviving in the new cyberspace era, Organization Dynamics  
  • Adam Grant, Nancy Rothbard (2013), When in doubt, seize the day? Security values, prosocial values, and proactivity under ambiguity, Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 810 - 819. doi: 10.1037/a0032873.    Abstract
  • Anca Metiu, Nancy Rothbard (2013), Task Bubbles, Artifacts, Shared Emotion, and Mutual Focus of Attention: A Comparative Study of the Microprocesses of Group Engagement, Organization Science doi: 10.1287/orsc.1120.0738.    Abstract
  • Tracy Dumas, Katherine W Phillips, Nancy Rothbard (2013), Getting Closer at the Company Party: Integration Experiences, Racial Dissimilarity, and Workplace Relationships, Organization Science doi: 10.1287/orsc.1120.0808.    Abstract
  • Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, Nancy Rothbard, Justin Berg (2013), When worlds collide in cyberspace: How boundary work in online social networks impacts professional relationships, Academy of Management Review, 38 (4), 645 - 669.    Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Shefali Patil (MGMT) (2011), Being There: Work Engagement and Positive Organizational Scholarship, The Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, Forthcoming.  
  • Nancy Rothbard, Steffanie L. Wilk (2011), Waking up on the right or wrong side of the bed: Start-of-workday mood, work events, employee affect, and performance, Academy of Management Journal, 54 (5), 959 - 980. doi: 10.5465/amj.2007.0056 .  Related Materials
  • Nancy Rothbard, Shefali Patil, "Being there: Work engagement and positive organizational scholarship". In Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, edited by K. Cameron, G. Spreitzer, (2010).
  • Nancy Rothbard, Lakshmi Ramarajan (2009), Checking Your Identities at the Door? Positive Relationships Between Nonwork and Work Identities, Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations: Building a Theoretical and Research Foundation  
  • Gina Dokko, Steffanie Wilk, Nancy Rothbard (2009), Unpacking prior experience: How career history affects individual performance, Organization Science, 20: 51-68.    Abstract
  • Katherine W. Phillips, Nancy Rothbard, Tracy L. Dumas (2009), To Disclose or Not to Disclose? Status Distance and Self-Disclosure in Diverse Environments, Academy of Management Review, 34 (4), 710 - 732.    Abstract
  • Tracy L. Dumas, Nancy Rothbard, Katherine W. Phillips (2008), Self disclosure in demographically diverse groups, Research on Managing Groups and Teams, 11, 143 - 156.    Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Tracy L. Dumas (2006), Managing the Work-Home Interface: A Psychological Perspective, Psychology Press  
  • Nancy Rothbard, Katherine W. Phillips, Tracy L. Dumas (2005), Managing multiple roles: Work-family policies and individuals' desires for segmentation, Organization Science, 16, 243-258.    Abstract
  • Jeffrey R. Edwards, Nancy Rothbard, Work and Life Integration: Organizational Cultural and Psychological Perspectives in a Global World (2004).  
  • Nancy Rothbard, Jeffrey R. Edwards (2003), Investment in work and family roles: A test of identity and utilitarian motives, Personnel Psychology, 56, 699-730.    Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard (2001), Enriching or Depleting? The dynamics of engagement in work and family roles, Administrative Science Quarterly, 46: 655-684.    Abstract
  • Jeffrey R. Edwards, Nancy Rothbard (2000), Mechanisms linking work and family: Specifying the relationships between work and family constructs, Academy of Management Review, 25: 178-199.    Abstract
  • Nancy Rothbard, Jeanne M. Brett (2000), Promote equal opportunity by recognizing gender differences in the experience of work and family, Blackwell Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behavior  
  • Jeffrey R. Edwards, Nancy Rothbard (1999), Work and family stress and well-being: An examination of person-environment fit in the work and family domains, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 77: 85-129.    Abstract
  • Susan J. Ashford, Nancy Rothbard, Sandy Kristin Piderit, Jane E. Dutton (1998), Out on a limb: The role of context and impression management in selling gender-equity issues, Administrative Science Quarterly, 43: 23-58.    Abstract