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Articles & Chapters

Noe, R., Wang, S., & Greenberger, D.B. (In preparation). Mentoring and attachment: Toward a new theoretical model. To appear in G. Ferris (Ed.) Research in personnel and human resources. JAI Press.

Heneman, R.L., Greenberger, D.B., Gresham, M.L. (In press). A reconceptualization of pay raise satisfaction based on changes in work and pay practices. Human Resources Management Review.

von Hippel, C. , Greenberger, D. B., Heneman, R.L., & Mangum, S.L. (2000). Temporary employees. In R. Hodson (Ed.). Research in the Sociology of Work. Vol. 8. (291-309) Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

von Hippel, C., Greenberger, D.B., Heneman, R.L., & Mangum, S.L. (In press). Motivational aspects of temporary employees. In S. Gleason (Ed.). The Shadow Workforce. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
Thoms, M.A. & Greenberger, D.B. (1998). Training business leaders to create positive organizational visions of the future: Is it successful? Human Resource Development Quarterly.

Heneman, R.L., von Hippel, C. Eskew, D. & Greenberger, D.B. (1997). Alternative rewards in unionized environments. American Compensation Association Journal, Summer, 42-55.

von Hippel, C., Mangum, S. L.., Greenberger, D. B., & Heneman, R. L. (1997). Temporary employment: Factors that influence organizational use and benefits and employee satisfaction. Academy of Management Executive, 11(1), 92-103.

Heneman, R.L., Porter, G.,, Greenberger, D.B., & Strasser, S. (1997). Modeling the relationship between pay level and pay satisfaction. Journal of Business and Psychology, 12, 147-158.

Thoms, M. A. & Greenberger, D. B. (1995).The relationship between leadership and time orientation. Journal of Management Inquiry, 4, 272-292 .

Strasser, S., Aharony, L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1993). The Patient Satisfaction Process: Moving Toward a Comprehensive Model. Medical Care Review, 50 (2), 219-248.

Miceli, M. P., Jung, I., Near, J. P., & Greenberger, D. B. (1991). Predictors and outcomes of reactions to pay-for- performance plans. Journal of Applied Psychology, 76, 508-521.

Greenberger, D. B., Porter, G., Miceli, M. P., & Strasser, S. (1991). Disposition factors and responses to inadequate personal control in organizations. Journal of Social Issues, 47, 111-128.

Greenberger, D. B. & Strasser, S. (1991). The role of situational and dispositional factors in the enhancement of personal control in organizations. In L. L. Cummings and B. M. Staw (Eds.). Research in Organizational Behavior, Vol. 13. Greenwich, CN: JAI Press.

Greenberger, D. B. (1990). Control in organizations. In J. W. Newstrom and J. L. Pierce (Eds.) Windows into Management: The Role of Managerial Grids. New York: AMACOM.

Heneman, R. L., Greenberger, D. B. & Anunyuo, C. (1989). Attributions and exchanges: The effects of interpersonal factors on the diagnosis and evaluation of employee performance. Academy of Management Journal, 32, 466-475.

Hatfield, E., Sprecher, S., Pillemer, J. T., Greenberger, D. B., & Wexler, P. (1989). Gender differences in what is desired in the sexual relationship. Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 1, 39-52.

Greenberger, D.B., Strasser, S., Cummings, L.L. & Dunham, R. B. (1989). The impact of personal control on performance and satisfaction. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 43, 29-51.

Heneman, R.L., Greenberger, D. B., & Strasser, S. (1988). The relationship between pay for performance perceptions and pay satisfaction. Personnel Psychology, 41, 745-759.

Greenberger, D. B. Strasser, S. & Lee, S. M. (1988). An analysis of the relation among personal control, leader contingent and noncontingent behaviors, and helplessness. Academy of Management Journal, 31, 405-416.

Greenberger, D. B., & Sexton, D. (1988). New leadership research methods for the understanding of entrepreneurs. Journal of Small Business Management, 26, 1-7.

Greenberger, D. B. (1988). Odyssey: Pepsi to Apple. In Jon. L. Pierce & John Newstrom (Eds.) The Manager's Bookshelf. New York: Harper & Row.

Also: Greenberger, D. B. (1990). Odyssey: Pepsi to Apple . In Jon. L. Pierce & John Newstrom (Eds.) The Manager's Bookshelf.(2nd Ed). New York: Harper & Row.

Greenberger, D. B., Strasser, S., Lewicki, R. & Bateman, T. (1987). Perception and motivation. In Shortell, S. M. & Kaluzny, A.D,. (Eds.). Health care management. (2nd. Ed.). New York: Wiley.

Greenberger, D. B. & Sexton, D. L. (1987). Personal control, locus of control and new venture initiation: An empirical test. Frontiers in Entrepreneurship Research, 7, 239-253.

Greenberger, D. B., Miceli, M.P. & Cohen, D. (1987). Oppositionists as group members: The potential impact of social influence variables on whistle-blowing decisions. Journal of Business Ethics, 6, 527-542.

Greenberger, D.B. & Strasser, S. (1986). The development and application of a model of personal control in organizations. Academy of Management Review, 11, 164-177.

Utne, M.K., Hatfield, E. E., Traupman, J. & Greenberger, D.B. (1984). Equity, marital satisfaction and stability. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 1, 323-332.

Hatfield, E., Greenberger, D. B., Traupmann, J.H., & Lambert, P. (1982). Equity and sexual satisfaction in recently married couples. Journal of Sex Research, 18, 18-32.

Allen, V. L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1982). The effects of destruction on perceived control. In H. Hiebsch (Ed.), Current social psychology. Berlin: VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschafften.

Greenberger, D. B. & Allen, V. L. (1980). Destruction and complexity: An application of aesthetic theory. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 6, 479-483.

Allen, V.L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1980). Destruction and perceived control. In A. Baum and J. Singer (Eds.), Advances in environmental psychology (Vol.II). Hillsdale,NJ: Erlbaum.

Allen, V. L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1980). Affect, aesthetics and social identity: A psychological theory of vandalism. In K. Baker & R.J. Rubel (Eds.) Violence and crime in the schools. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Allen, V. L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1979). Enjoyment of destruction: The role of uncertainty. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 4, 87-96.

Allen, V. L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1978). An aesthetic theory of vandalism. Crime and Delinquency, 24, 309-321.

Also: Allen, V. L. & Greenberger, D. B. (1978). An aesthetic theory of school vandalism. In E. Wenk & N. Harlow (Eds.), School crime and disruption: Prevention models. Davis, CA: Dialogue Research Press.