Hekman, D., Johnson, S. K., Foo, M. D., & *Yang, W. An examination of whether and how diversity-valuing behavior results in worse performance ratings for minority and female leaders than white and male leaders. Academy of Management Journal, online first.

Murphy, S. E., & Johnson, S. K. Leadership and leader developmental self-efficacy: Their role in enhancing leader development efforts. New Directions for Student Leadership, 149, 73 – 84. 

Reichard, R. J., *Walker, D. O., *Putter, S., *Middleton, E., & Johnson, S. K. Believing is Becoming: The Role of Leader Developmental Efficacy in Leader Self-Development. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.

*Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A. M., Johnson, S. K., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P. Y., & Rosecrance, J. C. The differential effects of transformational leadership facets on employee safety. Safety Science, 62, 68 – 78. 

Johnson, S. K., Sitzmann, T., & *Nguyen, A. T. Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful: Acknowledging appearance mitigates the “beauty is beastly” effect. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 125, 184 – 192.

*Kaufman, B. R., Cigularov, K. P., Chen, P., *Hoffmeister, K., Gibbons, A., & Johnson, S. K. Interactive Effects of leader justice and support for safety on safety performance. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, 1, 296 – 315.

Sitzmann, T., & Johnson, S. K. The paradox of seduction by irrelevant details: How irrelevant information helps and hinders self-regulated learning. Learning and Individual Differences, 34, 1 – 11.

*Webb Day, J., Baron, L., Holladay, C. L., & Johnson, S. K. Organizational Rewards: Considering Employee Need in Allocation. Personnel Review, 43, 74 – 95.

Holladay, C. L., *David, E., & Johnson, S. K. Retesting personality in employee selection: Implications of the context, sample and setting. Psychological Reports, 112, 486 – 501.

Sy, T., Choi, J. N., & Johnson, S. K. Reciprocal interactions between leader charisma and group mood. The Leadership Quarterly, 24, 463 – 476.

Johnson, S. K., *Duarte, L. L., Hernez-Broome, G., Fleenor, J. W., & Steed, J. Go for the goal(S): relationship between goal setting and transfer of training following leadership development. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11(4), 555 – 569.

Sitzmann, T. & Johnson, S. K. The best laid plans: Evaluating the conditions under which a planning intervention improves learning and reduces attrition. Journal of Applied Psychology, 97, 967 – 981.

Sitzmann, T. & Johnson, S. K. When is ignorance bliss? The effects of inaccurate self-assessments of knowledge on learning and attrition. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 117, 192 – 207.

*Whitely, P., Sy, T., & Johnson, S. K. Positive perceptions of followers as an ingredient for the naturally occurring Pygmalion Effect in managerial settings. The Leadership Quarterly, 23, 822 – 834.

Murphy, S. E., & Johnson, S. K. The benefits of a long-lens approach to leader development: Understanding the seeds of leadership. The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 459 – 470.

Reichard, R. J., & Johnson, S. K. Leader self-development as organizational strategy. The Leadership Quarterly, 22, 33 – 42.

Hoyt, C. L., Johnson, S. K., Murphy, S. E., & Skinnell, K. H. Effects of subtle and blatant stereotype-threat on female leaders’ self-efficacy and performance. The Leadership Quarterly, 21, 716 – 732.

Johnson, S. K., Podratz, K. E., Dipboye, R. L., & *Gibbons, E. Physical attractiveness biases in ratings of employment suitability: Tracking down the “Beauty is Beastly” effect. The Journal of Social Psychology, 150, 310 – 318.

Johnson, S. K. Do you feel what I feel? Mood contagion and leadership outcomes. The Leadership Quarterly, 20, 814 – 827.

Johnson, S. K., Bettenhausen, K., & *Gibbons, E. Realities of working in virtual teams: Affective and attitudinal outcomes. Small Group Research, 40, 623-649.

Johnson, S. K., Holladay, C. H., & Quiñones, M. A. Organizational citizenship behavior in performance evaluations: Distributive justice or injustice? Journal of Business and Psychology, 24, 409 – 418.

Johnson, S. K. I second that emotion: Effects of emotional contagion and affect at work on leader and follower outcomes. The Leadership Quarterly, 19, 1 – 19.

Johnson, S. K., & Dipboye, R. L. Effects of task charisma conduciveness on the effectiveness of charismatic leadership. Group & Organization Management, 33, 77 – 106.

Johnson, S. K., Murphy, S. E., *Zewdie, S, & Reichard, R. J. The strong, sensitive type: Evidence for gender-specific leadership prototypes. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 106, 39 – 60.

Halverson#, S. K., Holladay, C. L., Kazama, S. K., & Quiñones, M. A. Self-sacrificial behavior in crisis situations: The competing roles of behavioral and situational factors. The Leadership Quarterly, 15, 263 – 275.

Halverson#, S. K., Murphy, S. E., & Riggio, R. E. Charismatic leadership in crisis situations: A laboratory investigation of stress and crisis. Small Group Research, 35, 495 – 514.

Hoyt, C. L., Murphy, S. E., Halverson#, S. K., & Watson, C.B. Group leadership: Efficacy and effectiveness. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, & Practice, 7, 259 – 274.


Stefanie K Johnson