Melvyn R.W. HAMSTRA

Melvyn R.W. HAMSTRA
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Behavioural and Social Sciences - University of Groningen
Filière : Human Resources Management
Formation
  • 2013 : Ph.D., Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen, Netherlands
  • 2009 : Master, Human Behavior in Social Contexts, University of Groningen, Netherlands
  • 2007 : Bachelor, Psychology, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Expériences Professionnelles
Expérience académique :
  • 2020 - maintenant, Assistant Professor, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2015 - 2020, Assistant Professor, University of Maastricht, , Netherlands
  • 2013 - 2015, Assistant Professor, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Articles publiés dans des revues à comité de lecture
  • Mehmood Q., Hamstra M. R. W., (2021). Panacea or Mixed Blessing? Learning Goal Orientation Reduces Psychological Detachment via Problem-Solving Rumination, Applied Psychology: an International Review, 70 (4) 1841-1855.
  • Schreurs B., Hamstra M. R. W., Jawahar I. M. , Akkermans J., (2021). Perceived overqualification and counterproductive work behavior: testing the mediating role of relative deprivation and the moderating role of ambition, Personnel Review, 50 (3) 1038-1055.
  • Hamstra M. R. W. , Schreurs B., Jawahar I. M., Laurijssen L. M., Hünermund P., (2021). Manager narcissism and employee silence: A socio-analytic theory perspective, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 94 (1) 29-54.
Afficher tout
  • Strik N., Hamstra M.R.W., Segers M., (2021). Antecedents of knowledge withholding: A systematic review & integrative framework, Group and Organization Management, 46 (2) 223-251.
  • Schreurs B., Hamstra M. R. W., Davidson T., (2020). What's in a word? Using construal level theory to predict voice endorsement, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 29 (1) 93-105.
  • Schreurs B., Hamstra M. R. W., (2020). Effectively apologizing to consumers after a crisis: Psychological distance and abstractness-concreteness of an organization's apology, Social Cognition, 38 (4) 367-378.
  • Mehmood Q., Hamstra M. R. W., Schreurs B., (2020). Employees' perceptions of their managers' authentic leadership: Considering managers' political skill and gender, Personnel Review, 49 (1) 202-214.
  • Azam R., Ahmad J., Athar M., Hamstra M., Hanif M., (2019). A resource perspective on abusive supervision and extra-role behaviors: The role of subordinates' psychological capital, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 26 (1) 73-86.
  • Hamstra M. R. W., van Vianen A. E. M., Koen J., (2019). Does employee perceived person-organization fit promote performance? The moderating role of supervisor perceived person-organization fit, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 28 (5) 594-601.
  • Hamstra M., Schreurs B., (2018). Room for advancement: The regulatory fit of bottom-rank intermediate feedback, European Journal of Social Psychology, 48 (6) 890-896.
  • Hamstra M., McCabe K.O., Klekamp B., Rietzschel E. F., (2018). Regulatory focus and individual sales performance of field marketers: A constructive replication, Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 40 (6) 414-420.
  • Schreurs B., Hamstra MRW, Segers M., Schmitte K., (2018). Where to seat the applicant? How spatial distance influences the effect of self-promotion on interviewer evaluations, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 48 (8) 448-456.
  • Blankert T., Hamstra M., (2017). Imagining success: Multiple achievement goals and the effectiveness of imagery, Basic & Applied Social Psychology, 39 (1) 60-67.
  • Sassenberg K., Hamstra M., (2017). The intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics of self-regulation in the leadership process, Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 55 (1) 193-257.
  • Mehmood Q., Nawab S., Hamstra M., (2016). Does authentic leadership predict employee work engagement and in-role performance? Considering the role of learning goal orientation, Journal of Personnel Psychology, 15 (3) 139-142.
  • Mehmood Q., Hamstra M., Nawab S., Vriend T., (2016). Authentic leadership and followers' in-role and extra-role performance: The mediating role of followers' learning goal orientation., Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 89 (4) 877-883.
  • Hamstra M., Rietzschel E. F., Groeneveld D. M., (2015). To go or not to go for the sell: Regulatory focus and personal sales performance, Journal of Personnel Psychology, 14 (2) 109-112.
  • Hamstra M., Sassenberg K., Van Yperen N. W., Wisse B., Rietzschel E. F., (2015). Regulatory fit buffers against disidentification from groups, Motivation Science, 1 (3) 184-201.
  • Hamstra M., Sassenberg K., Van Yperen N. W., Wisse B., (2014). Followers feel valued: When leaders' regulatory focus makes leaders exhibit behavior that fits followers' regulatory focus, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 51 (1) 34-40.
  • Hamstra M., Van Yperen N. W., Wisse B., Sassenberg K., (2014). Transformational and transactional leadership and followers' achievement goals, Journal of Business and Psychology, 29 (3) 413-425.
  • Hamstra M., (2014). 'Big' men: Male leaders' height positively relates to followers' perception of charisma, Personality and Individual Differences, 56 (1) 190-192.
  • Hamstra M., Orehek E., Holleman M., (2014). Subordinate regulatory mode and leader power: Interpersonal regulatory complementarity predicts task performance, European Journal of Social Psychology, 44 (1) 1-6.
  • Hamstra M.R.W., Van Yperen N. W., Wisse B., Sassenberg K., (2014). On the perceived effectiveness of transformational-transactional leadership: The role of encouraged strategies and followers' regulatory focus, European Journal of Social Psychology, 44 (6) 643-656.
  • Hamstra M.R.W., Van Yperen N. W., Wisse B., Sassenberg K., (2013). Like or dislike: Intrapersonal regulatory fit affects the intensity of interpersonal evaluation, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49 (4) 726-731.
  • Van Yperen N. W., Hamstra M., van der Klauw M., (2011). To win, or not to lose, at any cost: The impact of achievement goals on cheating, British Journal of Management, 22 (s1) s5-s15.
  • Hamstra M., Bolderdijk J.W,, Veldstra J.L., (2011). Everyday risk taking as a function of regulatory focus, Journal of Research in Personality, 45 (1) 134-137.
  • Hamstra M., Van Yperen N. W., Wisse B., Sassenberg K., (2011). Transformational-transactional leadership styles and followers' regulatory focus: Fit reduces followers' turnover intentions, Journal of Personnel Psychology, 10 (4) 182-186.
Chapitres de livres
  • van Vianen A. E. M., Hamstra M., Koen J., (2016), Person-environment fits as drivers of commitment, in: Handbook of employee commitment.
Domaines de Recherche
  • Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Leadership
  • Employee Motivation
Enseignement
Programme Grande Ecole :
  • Positive leadership development