Sophia Marinova, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Management, Business Administration Biography Dr. Marinova’s Complete CV Education Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of Maryland, 2005 B.A., Business Administration and Management, American University in Bulgaria, 2000 Classes Taught MGT 361 - Organizational Behavior Honors and Awards Outstanding Reviewer Award, Journal of Business Research 2015. Research Grant, Center for Human Resource Management (CHRM), University of Illinois at Chicago, Spring 2008. Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management, 2010. Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2014. Research Development Award, Managerial Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012, 2014. Publications Lemmon, G., Glibkowski, B., Wayne, S., Chaudhry, A. & Marinova, S. V. (in press). Supervisor provided resources (SPR): Development and validation of a measure of employee resources. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. Marinova, S. V., Peng, C., Lorinkova, N., Van Dyne, L., & Chiaburu, D. (2015). Change-oriented behavior: A Meta-analysis of individual and job design predictors. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 88: 104-120. Marinova, S., Van Dyne, L., & Moon, H. (2015). Are good citizens good transformational leaders as well? An employee-centric perspective on transformational leadership. Group and Organization Management, 40(1): 62-87. Marinova, S.V., Moon, H. & Kamdar, D. (2013). Getting ahead or getting along? The two-facet conceptualization of conscientiousness and leadership emergence. Organization Science, 24(4): 1257-1276. Moon, H.K., Livne, E., Marinova, S.V., (2013). Understanding the independent influence of duty and achievement-striving when predicting the relationship between conscientiousness and organizational cultural profiles and helping behaviors. Journal of Personality Assessment, 95(2): 225-232. Mawritz, M. B., Mayer, D. M., Hoobler, J., Wayne, S. J., & Marinova, S. V. (2012). A trickle-down model of abusive supervision. Personnel Psychology, 65(2): 325-357. Chiaburu, D. & Marinova, S. (2012). What determines employees' role perceptions? An instrumentality-based explanation. Public Personnel Management, 41(1): 45-60. Marinova, S.V., Moon, H. & Van Dyne, L. (2010). Are all good soldier behaviors the same? Supporting multidimensionality of organizational citizenship behaviors based on rewards and roles. Human Relations, 63(10): 1463-1485. Lead Article. Takeuchi, R., Wang, M., & Marinova, S. V, Yao, X. (2009). Role of domain-specific facets of perceived organizational support during expatriation and implications for performance. Organization Science, 20(3): 621-634. Moon, H., Hollenbeck, J.R., Marinova, S.V., & Humphrey, S. (2008). Beneath the surface: Uncovering the relationship between extraversion and organizational citizenship behavior through a facet approach. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 16(2): 143-154. Takeuchi, R., Lepak, D. P., Marinova, S. V., & Yun, S. (2007). Nonlinear influences of stressors on general adjustment: the case of Japanese expatriates and their spouses. Journal of International Business Studies, 38(6): 928-943. Chiaburu, D.S., Marinova, S.V. & Lim, A.S. (2007). Helping and proactive extra-role behaviors: The influence of motives, goal orientation, and social context. Personality and Individual Differences, 43(8): 2282-2293. Chiaburu, D. & Marinova, S.V. (2006). Employee role enlargement: Interactions of trust and organizational fairness. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 27(3): 168-182. Takeuchi, R., Wang, M., & Marinova, S. V. (2005). Antecedents and consequences of psychological workplace strain during expatriation: a cross-sectional and longitudinal investigation. Personnel Psychology, 58(4): 925-948. Chiaburu, D. & Marinova, S. V. (2005). What predicts skill transfer? An exploratory study of goal orientation, training self-efficacy and organizational supports. International Journal of Training and Development, 9(2): 110-123. A top cited article. Takeuchi, R., Marinova, S. V., Lepak, D. P., & Liu, W. (2005). A model of expatriate withdrawal-related outcomes: Decision making from a dualistic adjustment perspective. Human Resource Management Review, 15(2): 119-138.