Document Type

Dissertation

Degree

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department

Psychology

First Advisor's Name

Chockalingam Viswesvaran

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Committee Chair

Second Advisor's Name

Valentina Bruk-Lee

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Committee Member

Third Advisor's Name

Stefany Coxe

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Fourth Advisor's Name

Karl G. Kroeck

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Committee Member

Keywords

abusive supervision, moral courage, spousal undermining, retaliation

Date of Defense

2-23-2015

Abstract

My study investigated the effects of abusive supervision on work and family outcomes including supervisor-directed and organization-directed deviance and spousal undermining. Using a moderated-mediation model, the relationship of abusive supervision on outcome variables was proposed to be mediated by moral courage and moderated by leader-member exchange (a-path) and work and family role quality (b-path). Two separate studies were conducted using a sample (N=200) recruited through Amazon’s Mechanical Turk and through relatives of students at a large US public southeastern university (N=150 dyads). Results confirm the effects of abusive supervision on work and family outcomes while analyses of contextual and conditional factors are mixed. Confirmatory factor analyses, factor loadings, and model fit statistics are provided and implications for research and practice are discussed.

Identifier

FI15032150

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