York Faculty Research

An Identity-Based Approach to Social Enterprise

June 17, 2018

Tyler Wry and Jeff York, Academy of Management Review (2017)

Heckman and Johnson

Does diversity-valuing behavior result in diminished performance ratings for non-white and female leaders?

May 31, 2018

By David R. Hekman, Stefanie K. Johnson, Maw-Der Foo, and Wei Yang. Academy of Management Journal (2016)

The Paradox of Seduction by Irrelevant Details: How Irrelevant Information Helps Hinder Self-Regulation Learning

June 3, 2015

ABSTRACT. Instructors often rely on seductive details, such as jokes, stories, and video clips, to keep trainees entertained. However, this extraneous information may inadvertently detract from the course content, and the between-person nature of past research precludes understanding the dynamic process by which seductive details influence learning. Using a repeated...

Interactive Effects of Leader Justice and Support for Safety on Safety Performance

June 2, 2015

Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the main and interactive effects of general and safety-specific leader justice (SSLJ) (i.e. fair treatment) and leader support for safety (LSS) on safety performance. Design/methodology/approach Two independent samples of construction workers rate their leaders with regards to fair treatment and support...

Don't Hate Me because I'm Beautiful: Acknowledging Apperance Mitigates the "Beauty is Beastly" Effect

June 2, 2015

ABSTRACT : Physically attractive women are discriminated against when applying for masculine sex-typed jobs, a phenomenon known as the beauty is beastly effect . We conducted three studies to establish an intervention for mitigating the beauty is beastly effect and to determine mediators and moderators of the intervention. As expected,...

Assistant Professor Stefanie K. Johnson cited in recent Wallethub.com article on Best and Worst States for Working Moms

May 4, 2015

2015’s Best & Worst States for Working Moms by John S Kiernan Although women now comprise roughly half of the American workforce, they still earn about three-quarters as much as men do and have far less upward mobility, as evidenced by the fact that less than 5 percent of Fortune...