Julena M. Bonner
Dr. Vernon Maughan Buehler & MaRee C. Buehler Endowed Associate ProfessorDepartment(s):
- Marketing and Strategy
Ph.D., Oklahoma State University, 2016
MBA, Oklahoma State University, 2013
BA, Southern Virginia University, 2007
Faculty Researcher of the Year - 2020
Julena M. Bonner is the Dr. Vernon Maughan Buehler & MaRee C. Buehler Endowed Associate Professor in the Marketing and Strategy Department of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. She received her PhD from Oklahoma State
University. Her research interests include behavioral ethics, ethical leadership, moral emotions, and workplace deviance. Her research appears in journals such as: Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics, and Organizational Psychology Review.
- Mawritz, M.B, Capitano, J., Greenbaum, R.L, Bonner, J., Kim, J., (2021). Development and validation of the workplace hazing scale. Human Relations
- Thiel, C.E, Bonner, J., Bush, J.T, Welsh, D.T, Pati, R., (2021). Rationalize or reappraise? How envy and cognitive reappraisal shape unethical contagion. Personnel Psychology
- Quade, M.J, McLarty, B.D, Bonner, J., (2020). The influence of supervisor bottom-line mentality and employee bottom-line mentality on leader-member exchange and subsequent employee performance. Human Relations, 73:8, 1157-1181.
- Greenbaum, R.L, Bonner, J., Mawritz, M.B, Butts, M.M, Smith, M.B, (2020). It is all about the bottom line: Group bottom-line mentality, psychological safety, and group creativity. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 41:6, 503-517.
- Quade, M.J, Bonner, J., Greenbaum, R.L, (2020). Management without morals: Construct development and initial testing of amoral management. Human Relations
- Huang, Y., Greenbaum, R.L, Bonner, J., Wang, C.S, (2019). Why sabotage customers who mistreat you? Activated hostility and subsequent devaluation of targets as a moral disengagement mechanism. Journal of Applied Psychology, 104:4, 495-510.
- Welsh, D., Bush, J., Theil, C., Bonner, J., (2019). Reconceptualizing Goal Setting’s Dark Side: The Ethical Consequences of Learning versus Outcome Goals. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 150
- Thiel, C.E, Hardy, J.H, Peterson, D.R, Welsh, D.T, Bonner, J., (2018). Too many sheep in the flock? Span of control attenuates the influence of ethical leadership. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103:12, 1324-1334.
- Greenbaum, R.L, Mawritz, M.B, Bonner, J., Webster, B.D, Kim, J., (2018). Supervisor expediency to employee expediency: The moderating role of leader–member exchange and the mediating role of employee unethical tolerance. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 39:4, 525-541.
- Bonner, J., Greenbaum, R.L, Quade, M.J, (2017). Employee unethical behavior to shame as an indicator of self-image threat and exemplification as a form of self-image protection: The exacerbating role of supervisor bottom-line mentality. Journal of Applied Psychology, 102:8, 1203-1221.
- Bonner, J., Greenbaum, R.L, Mayer, D.M, (2016). My Boss is Morally Disengaged: The Role of Ethical Leadership in Explaining the Interactive Effect of Supervisor and Employee Moral Disengagement on Employee Behaviors. Journal of Business Ethics, 137:4, 731-742.
- Greenbaum, R., Bonner, J., Gray, T., Mawritz, M., (2020). Moral emotions: A review and research agenda for management scholarship. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 41:2, 95-114.
- Greenbaum, R.L, Qaude, M.J, Bonner, J., (2015). Why do leaders practice amoral management? A conceptual investigation of the impediments to ethical leadership. . Organizational Psychology Review, 5:1
An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.