David Hofmann
David Hofmann
Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC Chapel Hill
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Centering decisions in hierarchical linear models: Implications for research in organizations
DA Hofmann, MB Gavin
Journal of management 24 (5), 623-641, 1998
An overview of the logic and rationale of hierarchical linear models
DA Hofmann
Journal of management 23 (6), 723-744, 1997
Safety at work: a meta-analytic investigation of the link between job demands, job resources, burnout, engagement, and safety outcomes.
JD Nahrgang, FP Morgeson, DA Hofmann
Journal of applied psychology 96 (1), 71, 2011
The structure and function of collective constructs: Implications for multilevel research and theory development
FP Morgeson, DA Hofmann
Academy of management review 24 (2), 249-265, 1999
Climate as a moderator of the relationship between leader-member exchange and content specific citizenship: safety climate as an exemplar.
DA Hofmann, FP Morgeson, SJ Gerras
Journal of Applied Psychology 88 (1), 170, 2003
A cross‐level investigation of factors influencing unsafe behaviors and accidents
DA Hofmann, A Stetzer
Personnel psychology 49 (2), 307-339, 1996
Safety-related behavior as a social exchange: The role of perceived organizational support and leader–member exchange.
DA Hofmann, FP Morgeson
Journal of applied psychology 84 (2), 286, 1999
The application of hierarchical linear modeling to organizational research.
DA Hofmann, MA Griffin, MB Gavin
Jossey-Bass, 2000
An investigation of the relationship between safety climate and medication errors as well as other nurse and patient outcomes
DA Hofmann, B Mark
Personnel Psychology 59 (4), 847-869, 2006
The role of safety climate and communication in accident interpretation: Implications for learning from negative events
DA Hofmann, A Stetzer
Academy of management journal 41 (6), 644-657, 1998
Reversing the extraverted leadership advantage: The role of employee proactivity
AM Grant, F Gino, DA Hofmann
Academy of management journal 54 (3), 528-550, 2011
Multilevel analytical techniques: Commonalities, differences, and continuing questions.
KJ Klein, PD Bliese, SWJ Kozolowski, F Dansereau, MB Gavin, MA Griffin, ...
Jossey-Bass, 2000
Goal orientation and action control theory: Implications for industrial and organizational psychology
JL Farr, DA Hofmann, KL Ringenbach
International review of industrial and organizational psychology 8 (2), 193-232, 1993
High reliability process industries: Individual, micro, and macro organizational influences on safety performance
DA Hofmann, R Jacobs, F Landy
Journal of safety research 26 (3), 131-149, 1995
Leadership, collective personality, and performance.
DA Hofmann, LM Jones
Journal of Applied psychology 90 (3), 509, 2005
Using hierarchical linear modeling to investigate the moderating influence of leadership climate
MB Gavin, DA Hofmann
The Leadership Quarterly 13 (1), 15-33, 2002
Dynamic criteria and the measurement of change.
DA Hofmann, R Jacobs, JE Baratta
Journal of Applied Psychology 78 (2), 194, 1993
Job perception–job satisfaction relations: An empirical comparison of three competing theories
JE Mathieu, DA Hofmann, JL Farr
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 56 (3), 370-387, 1993
100 years of occupational safety research: From basic protections and work analysis to a multilevel view of workplace safety and risk.
DA Hofmann, MJ Burke, D Zohar
Journal of applied psychology 102 (3), 375, 2017
It’s not all about me: Motivating hand hygiene among health care professionals by focusing on patients
AM Grant, DA Hofmann
Psychological science 22 (12), 1494-1499, 2011
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