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Only Time Will Tell: The Changing Relationships between LMX, Job Performance, and Justice
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  • Sanghee Park, Rutgers University
  • Michael C. Sturman, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
  • Chelsea Vanderpool, Governors State University
  • Elisa Chan, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne
Publication Date
1-1-2015
Abstract

Although it has been argued that LMX is a phenomenon that develops over time, the existing LMX literature is largely cross-sectional in nature. Yet, there is a great need for unraveling how LMX develops over time. To address this issue in the LMX literature, we examine the relationships of LMX with two variables known for changing over time: job performance and justice perceptions. On the basis of current empirical findings, a simulation deductively shows that LMX develops over time, but differently in early stages versus more mature stages. Our findings also indicate that performance and justice trends affect LMX. Implications for LMX theory, and for longitudinal research on LMX, performance, and justice are discussed.

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© American Psychological Association. Final version published as: Park, S., Sturman, M. C., Vanderpool, C., & Chan, E. (2015). Only time will tell: The changing relationships between LMX, job performance, and justice. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100(3), 660-680. doi: 10.1037/a0038907
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Park, S., Sturman, M. C., Vanderpool, C., & Chan, E. (2015). Only time will tell: The changing relationships between LMX, job performance, and justice[Electronic version]. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration site: http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/articles/922