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Beyond distrust:“Getting even” and the need for revenge
RJ Bies, TM Tripp
Trust in organizations, 246-260, 1996
12841996
When customer love turns into lasting hate: The effects of relationship strength and time on customer revenge and avoidance
Y Grégoire, TM Tripp, R Legoux
Journal of marketing 73 (6), 18-32, 2009
9822009
Getting even or moving on? Power, procedural justice, and types of offense as predictors of revenge, forgiveness, reconciliation, and avoidance in organizations.
K Aquino, TM Tripp, RJ Bies
Journal of applied psychology 91 (3), 653, 2006
9532006
How employees respond to personal offense: the effects of blame attribution, victim status, and offender status on revenge and reconciliation in the workplace.
K Aquino, TM Tripp, RJ Bies
Journal of applied psychology 86 (1), 52, 2001
8842001
At the breaking point
RJ Bies, TM Tripp, RM Kramer
Antisocial behavior in organizations, 18-36, 1997
6621997
A comprehensive model of customer direct and indirect revenge: Understanding the effects of perceived greed and customer power
Y Grégoire, D Laufer, TM Tripp
Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 38 (6), 738-758, 2010
5542010
The Study of Revenge in the Workplace: Conceptual, Ideological, and Empirical Issues.
RJ Bies, TM Tripp
American Psychological Association, 2005
3162005
Managing social media crises with your customers: The good, the bad, and the ugly
Y Grégoire, A Salle, TM Tripp
Business Horizons 58 (2), 173-182, 2015
2972015
When do customers offer firms a “second chance” following a double deviation? The impact of inferred firm motives on customer revenge and reconciliation
J Joireman, Y Grégoire, B Devezer, TM Tripp
Journal of Retailing 89 (3), 315-337, 2013
2892013
Revenge in organizations: The good, the bad, and the ugly.
RJ Bies, TM Tripp
Elsevier Science/JAI Press, 1998
2791998
A vigilante model of justice: Revenge, reconciliation, forgiveness, and avoidance
TM Tripp, RJ Bies, K Aquino
Social Justice Research 20 (1), 10-34, 2007
2712007
Poetic justice or petty jealousy? The aesthetics of revenge
TM Tripp, RJ Bies, K Aquino
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 89 (1), 966-984, 2002
2662002
The rationality and morality of revenge
TM Tripp
Justice in the workplace: From theory to practice 2, 197-206, 2001
2362001
What's good about revenge? The avenger's perspective.
TM Tripp, RJ Bies
Elsevier Science/JAI Press, 1997
2361997
An evaluation of dependent variables in experimental negotiation studies: Impasse rates and Pareto efficiency
TM Tripp, H Sondak
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 51 (2), 273-295, 1992
2291992
When unhappy customers strike back on the Internet
TM Tripp, Y Grégoire
MIT Sloan Management Review 52 (3), 37-44, 2011
2162011
Hot flashes, open wounds”: Injustice and the tyranny of its emotions
RJ Bies, TM Tripp
Emerging perspectives on managing organizational justice 203224, 2002
2002002
Two faces of the powerless: Coping with tyranny
RJ Bies, TM Tripp
Power and influence in organizations 203, 219, 1998
1961998
Standing by your organization: The impact of organizational identification and abusive supervision on followers’ perceived cohesion and tendency to gossip
S Decoster, J Camps, J Stouten, L Vandevyvere, TM Tripp
Journal of business Ethics 118 (3), 623-634, 2013
1442013
An empirical test of forgiveness motives' effects on employees' health and well-being.
SS Cox, RJ Bennett, TM Tripp, K Aquino
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (3), 330, 2012
1422012
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