Aleksandra Luksyte
Aleksandra Luksyte
Associate Professor, University of Western Australia
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Overqualification and counterproductive work behaviors: Examining a moderated mediation model
S Liu, A Luksyte, LE Zhou, J Shi, MO Wang
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (2), 250-271, 2015
Why do overqualified incumbents deviate? Examining multiple mediators.
A Luksyte, C Spitzmueller, DC Maynard
Journal of occupational health psychology 16 (3), 279, 2011
How do stressors lead to burnout? The mediating role of motivation.
C Rubino, A Luksyte, SJ Perry, SD Volpone
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 14 (3), 289, 2009
When are overqualified employees creative? It depends on contextual factors
A Luksyte, C Spitzmueller
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (5), 635-653, 2016
Overqualification and subjective well-being at work: The moderating role of job autonomy and culture
CH Wu, A Luksyte, SK Parker
Social Indicators Research 121, 917-937, 2015
Examining the draw of diversity: How diversity climate perceptions affect job‐pursuit intentions
DR Avery, SD Volpone, RW Stewart, A Luksyte, M Hernandez, PF McKay, ...
Human Resource Management 52 (2), 175-193, 2013
Innovative work behavior and sex‐based stereotypes: Examining sex differences in perceptions and evaluations of innovative work behavior
A Luksyte, KL Unsworth, DR Avery
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (3), 292-305, 2018
Perceived overqualification and collectivism orientation: implications for work and nonwork outcomes
A Luksyte, TN Bauer, ME Debus, B Erdogan, CH Wu
Journal of Management 48 (2), 319-349, 2022
On the association between perceived overqualification and adaptive behavior
CH Wu, AW Tian, A Luksyte, C Spitzmueller
Personnel Review 46 (2), 339-354, 2017
Making sense of organisational change failure: An identity lens
GJ Hay, SK Parker, A Luksyte
Human relations 74 (2), 180-207, 2021
Held to a different standard: Racial differences in the impact of lateness on advancement opportunity
A Luksyte, E Waite, DR Avery, R Roy
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 86 (2), 142-165, 2013
Behavioral science approaches to studying underemployment
C Luksyte, A., & Spitzmueller
Underemployment: Psychological, Economic, and Social Challenges, 35-59, 2011
It is worse when you do it: Examining the interactive effects of coworker presenteeism and demographic similarity.
A Luksyte, DR Avery, G Yeo
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (4), 1107, 2015
Overqualified women: What can be done about this potentially bad situation?
A Luksyte, C Spitzmueller
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 4 (2), 256-259, 2011
Can on-site childcare have detrimental work outcomes? Examining the moderating roles of family supportive organization perceptions and childcare satisfaction.
P Ratnasingam, C Spitzmueller, WR King, C Rubino, A Luksyte, ...
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 17 (4), 435, 2012
Improving organizational newcomers’ creative job performance through creative process engagement: The moderating role of a synergy diversity climate
OC Richard, DR Avery, A Luksyte, OD Boncoeur, C Spitzmueller
Personnel Psychology 72 (3), 421-444, 2019
Predictors of effective formal mentoring: Is the mentor’s commitment all that matters?
A Rogers, A Luksyte, C Spitzmueller
Human Performance 29 (3), 209-225, 2016
Perceived overqualification and experiences of incivility: Can task i-deals help or hurt?
E Howard, A Luksyte, RK Amarnani, C Spitzmueller
Journal of occupational health psychology 27 (1), 89, 2022
Does your supervisor stress you out? How support influences sex differences in stress among immigrants
A Raghuram, A Luksyte, DR Avery, F Macoukji
Journal of Career Development 39 (1), 99-117, 2012
The effects of citizenship dissimilarity and national pride on attitudes toward immigrants: Investigating mediators and moderators of intergroup contact
A Luksyte, DR Avery
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 34 (6), 629-641, 2010
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