Publications

Williams, M. (2018). Four Research-based Paradigms for Teaching Trust. In R. Searle, A.M. Nienaber and S. Sitkin (eds.) The Routledge companion to trust.New York: Routledge Press. Download
 
Little, L. M., Gooty, J., & Williams, M. (2016). The role of leader emotion management in leader-member exchange and follower outcomes. The Leadership Quarterly, 27(1), 85-97 Download
 
Williams, M. (2016). Being trusted: How team generational age diversity promotes and undermines perceived trust in cross-boundary relationships. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37(3): 346-373. Download
 
Williams, M. (2016) Thinking about you: Perspective taking, perceived restraint, and performance In T. Kong and D. Forsyth (eds.) Leading through organizational conflict: Into the fray.New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Download

Williams, M. (2015) Affect, emotion and emotion regulation in the workplace: Feelings and attitudinal structuring. Negotiation Journal, 425-428. Download

Williams, M. & Polman E. (2015). Is it me or her? How gender composition evokes interpersonally sensitive behavior on collaborative cross-boundary projects. Organization Science, 26(2): 334-355. Download

Waber, B., Williams, M., Carroll, J. & Pentland, A. (2015). A voice is worth a thousand words: The implications of the micro-coding of social signals in speech for trust research. In F. Lyon, G. Möllering, M. Saunders and T. Hatzakis (Eds.) Handbook of Research Methods on Trust: 2nd Edition. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Download

Williams, M. & Emich, K.* (2014). The experience of failed humor: Implications for interpersonal affect regulation. Journal of Business and Psychology, 29(4): 651-668. Download Carroll, J.,

Williams, M. & Gallivan, T. (2012). The ins and outs of nursing change of shift handoffs: A communication challenge. British Medical Journal: Quality & Safety, 21(7): 586-93. Download

Williams, M. (2012). Building and re-building trust: Why perspective taking matters. In R. Kramer, & T. L. Pittinsky (Eds.), Restoring Trust: Enduring Challenges and Emerging Answers. New York: Oxford University Press. Download

Williams, M. (2007). Building genuine trust through interpersonal emotion management: A threat regulation model of trust and cooperation across boundaries. Academy of Management Review, 32(2), 595-621. Download

Williams, M. (2001). In whom we trust: Group membership as an affective context for trust development. Academy of Management Review, 26(3), 377-396. Download

 

Williams, M. (2016). Being trusted: How team generational age diversity promotes and undermines perceived trust in cross-boundary relationships. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 37(3): 346-373. Download

Williams, M. & Polman E. (2015). Is it me or her? How gender composition evokes interpersonally sensitive behavior on collaborative cross-boundary projects. Organization Science, 26(2): 334-355. Download

Kalnins, A. & Williams, M. (2014). When do female-owned businesses out-survive male-owned businesses? A disaggregated approach by industry and geography. Journal of Business Venturing, 29 (6): 822-835. Download

Williams, M. (2001). In whom we trust: Group membership as an affective context for trust development. Academy of Management Review, 26(3), 377-396. Download

Kalnins, A. & Williams, M. (2014). When do female-owned businesses out-survive male-owned businesses? A disaggregated approach by industry and geography. Journal of Business Venturing, 29 (6): 822-835. Download

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