The Third international Symposium on Attribution Theory

THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS and INDUSTRY

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The Third International Symposium on
Attribution Theory


The purpose of this conference is to provide an in-depth forum for the discussion and dissemination of both theory and research describing the role and function of attributions in organizational contexts.  The contexts would include, but not be limited to, leader-member relations, abusive supervision, justice, stress, ethics, performance evaluation, entitlement, group dynamics, and organizational performance.
 
MARCH 16 -17, 2018
School of Business & Industry
500 Gamble Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32307

Registration
:  May 23, 2016 - March 2, 2018
Late Registration:  March 3, 2018 - March 16, 2018

Registration includes lunch and dinner on Friday, breakfast and lunch on Saturday, and a "Jungle Cruise" at Wakulla Springs State Park in conjunction with the dinner on Friday night.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER DR. BERNARD WEINER

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  BERNARD WEINER, Ph. D.
Distinguished Research Professor of Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles


CALL FOR PAPERS

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:  SEPTEMBER 16, 2017

PROGRAM ORGANIZATION: There will be no concurrent sessions.  All participants are expected to attend all sessions in order to promote the maximum integration of the concepts and ideas presents.

PAPER SUBMISSIONS:  You are invited to submit your paper conforming to APA Guidelines by September 16, 2017.  Each paper should include:

1.  A title page with the author(s), name(s), title(s), and affiliation(s);
2.  A 50 to 100 word abstract; and
3.  The text with all references, tables, figures, and notes.

The paper should not exceed 40 double spaced pages (270 words/page).  Submission implies that at least one of the authors will attend the conference.

REVIEW PROCEDURES:  All submissions will be blind reviewed by at least three (3) reviewers.  Acceptance will be based on quality, originality, theoretical rigor, and strength of contribution.

PUBLICATION:  A special issue of the Journal of Organizational Behavior will be developed from the best presentations and ideas from the conference.  Appearing on the conference program does not ensure an authorship opportunity nor is it a prerequisite.  Potential articles may be solicited by the editors both before and after the conference.

PLEASE EMAIL ALL SUBMISSIONS TO: 

 Mark J. Martinko
School of Business and Industry (SBI)
Florida A&M University
105 Sybil Mobley Complex
500 Gamble Street
Tallahassee, FL 32307
Email: mark.martinko@famu.edu

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