Aaron Schat

Dr. Aaron Schat

Associate Professor

Human Resources & Management

Faculty

CONTACT INFORMATION

BIO

Professor Schat’s research interests are in the areas of work-related stress, health, and safety and his primary expertise is in the study of workplace aggression. His recent research involves investigating the nature and prevalence of workers’ exposure to workplace aggression and examining the antecedents and consequences of exposure to workplace aggression. He also conducts research on workers’ attitudes toward money and the effects of such attitudes on work-related attitudes and behaviour. Professor Schat currently teaches introductory and advanced courses in Human Resource Management.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

March 2021

Workplace Psychological Aggression, Job Stress, And Vigor: A Test Of Longitudinal Effects

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE

CONTRIBUTORS: Omer Farooq Malik, Aaron Schat, Asif Shahzad, Muhammad Mustafa Raziq, Rafia Faiz
April 2018

Relationships Between Perceived Risk Of Terrorism, Fear, And Avoidance Behaviors Among Pakistani University Students: A Multigroup Study

JOURNAL : PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

CONTRIBUTORS: Omer Farooq Malik, Aaron Schat, Muhammad Mustafa Raziq, Asif Shahzad, Majid Khan
November 2017

Employee Revenge Against Uncivil Customers

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF SERVICES MARKETING

CONTRIBUTORS: Akanksha Bedi, Aaron Schat
January 2011

Personality And Teamwork Behavior In Context: The Cross-level Moderating Role Of Collective Efficacy

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

CONTRIBUTORS: Kevin Tasa, Greg J Sears, Aaron Schat
October 2005

The Physical Health Questionnaire (phq): Construct Validation Of A Self-report Scale Of Somatic Symptoms.

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

CONTRIBUTORS: Aaron Schat, E Kevin Kelloway, Serge Desmarais
2000

Effects Of Perceived Control On The Outcomes Of Workplace Aggression And Violence.

JOURNAL : JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

CONTRIBUTORS: Aaron Schat, E Kevin Kelloway

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

December 2010

We're All In This Together: Examining Associatons Between Collectivistic Group Norms, Collective Efficacy And Team Performance

CONFERENCE : ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT 2010 ANNUAL MEETING - DARE TO CARE: PASSION AND COMPASSION IN MANAGEMENT PRACTICE AND RESEARCH, AOM 2010

CONTRIBUTORS: A Celani, Aaron Schat, K Tasa