The main objective of my research and teaching is to have a positive impact on society. Through
my research, I aim discover and develop novel insights within the social hierarchy and prosocial
behaviors literatures, with a particular interest in when and why power is used for good. Through
my teaching, I seek to inspire students to become the types of leaders that use their power to
create a positive impact on society. As a result, both through my research and teaching, I hope to
influence rising generations to be better leaders.
- Colquitt, J. A., Sabey, T. B., Pfarrer, M., Rodell, J., & Hill, E. (2021). Continue the Story or Turn the Page? Coworker Reactions to Inheriting a Legacy. Academy of Management Review.
- Frank, E. L., Matta, F. K., Sabey, T. B., & Rodell, J. B. (2021). What does it cost you to get there? The effects of emotional journeys on daily outcomes.. Journal of Applied Psychology.
- Rodell, J. B., Sabey, T. B., & Rogers, K. M. (2020). “Tapping” into Goodwill: Enhancing Corporate Reputation through Customer Volunteering. Academy of Management Journal. 63(6), 1714-1738.
- Sabey, T. B., Rodell, J. B., & Matta, F. K. (2020). To and fro: The costs and benefits of power fluctuation throughout the day.. Journal of Applied Psychology.
- Sabey, T., Rodell, J. B., & Matta, F. K. (2020). To and Fro: The Costs and Benefits of Power Fluctuation Throughout the Day. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2020(1), 14025-14025.
- Matta, F. K., Sabey, T. B., Scott, B. A., Lin, S., & Koopman, J. (2020). Not All Fairness Is Created Equal: A Study of Employee Attributions of Supervisor Justice Motives. Journal of Applied Psychology. 105(3), 274-293.