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PhD, Management, University at Buffalo, expected June 2013
MA, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, New York University
BA, Interdisciplinary Engineering, University of Rochester
- Social Influence and Political Skill
- Social Networks
- Attribution Theory
- Discrete Emotions and Emotional Regulation
- Conference: First author on conference paper “Strong versus the Weak: A Meta-Analysis of Tie Strength and Effectiveness” at the 2010 Academy of Management Annual Meeting
Conference: Second author on conference paper “The Role Of Affective Commitment And Political Skill In The Work-Family Conflict-Turnover Relationship” at the 2010 Southern Management Association Annual Meeting
Conference: Fourth author on “The Company We Keep: Perceptions Of Victimization In The Workplace And The Moderating Effect Of Narcissism On Trust And Performance” at the 2010 Southern Management Association Annual Meeting
Work in Progress: Bentley, J. B., Treadway, D. C., Williams, L. V., Shaughnessey, B., & Yang, J. "Thriving in the Face of Oppression: The Moderating Effect of Political Skill on the Perceived Victimization-Performance Relationship, a Three-Study Constructive Replication"
Work in Progress: Bentley, J. B., Treadway, D. C., Adams, G. A., & Duke, A. B. "The Pains of Being Emotionally Different and the Brains to Overcome It: A Multi-Level Examination of Affectivity Distance and Emotional Intelligence in Teams and Stress-Induced Emotional Exhaustion and Performance Loss"
Work in Progress: Bentley, J. R. "Can We Help But Be Skeptical of Good Citizens? The Theoretical Roles of Observer Traits and States in Automatic Impression Management Motive Attributions for Citizenship Behavior"
Work in Progress: Balkundi, P., Bentley, J. R., & Kilduff, M. "Strong versus the Weak: A Meta-Analysis of Tie Strength and Effectiveness"
Work in Progress: Treadway, D. C., Yang, J., Bentley, J. R., Reeves, M., & Williams, L. V. "Everybody Loves Me: The Impact of Narcissism and LMX on Feelings of Being Envied and Subsequent Job Performance"
- Projects: Project manager/coordinator in two major data collections from large organizations
- Project: Principal investigator of emotional regulation sub-component new construct validation project
- Organizational Behavior (Teaching Assistant), fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010
- Organizational Behavior (Instructor), Spring 2011
Awards, Grants and Honors
- Graduated with Honors from NYU (Masters)
- Second author on Best Doctoral Student Paper in the OB track at the 2010 Southern Management Association Annual Meeting
- Academy of Management (AoM)
- Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP)
- Organizational Development Network (ODN)
- Southern Management Association (SMA)
Experience working as a program manager of training and organizational development in the public health care sector.
Organizataion and Human Resource
School of Management
University at Buffalo
261 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260-4000