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Kelly Schwind Wilson

Kelly Schwind Wilson

Associate Professor of Management

Education

Ph.D., Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Michigan State University
B.A., Psychology and Communication Studies, University of Michigan

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Professor Wilson conducts research and teaches in the areas of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. Her research focuses on three main areas including the work-nonwork interface, leadership and resources. In her research, Kelly examines the implications of spillover, conflict and congruence between individuals' work and nonwork domains for employees, family members as well as dyads. In addition, Kelly also conducts research examining the impact of leader-member exchange on leader resources as well as leader behaviors and effectiveness.

Her research has been published in various leading journals including the Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Journal and Academy of Management Review. Professor Wilson received her Ph.D. in organizational behavior and human resource management from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. She was the recipient of the 2009 SIOP Lee Hakel Graduate Student Scholarship for her dissertation work and the 2011 John and Mary Willis Young Faculty Scholar Award for her research at Purdue. Kelly has also received numerous teaching awards both at the undergraduate and masters levels.

 

Forthcoming Publications

  • Wilson, K. S., Baumann, H. M., Matta, F. K., Ilies, R., & Kossek, E. E. Misery loves company: An investigation of couples’ interrole conflict congruence. Academy of Management Journal, | Download |

Journal Articles

  • Ilies, R., Wagner, D. T., Wilson, K. S., Ceja, L., Johnson, M. D., DeRue, D. S., & Ilgen, D. R. (2017). Flow at work and basic psychological needs: Effects on well-being. Applied Psychology: An International Review, vol. 66 3-24. | Download |
  • Wilson, K. S., DeRue, D. S., Matta, F. K., Howe, M., & Conlon, D. E. (2016). Personality similarity in negotiations: Testing the dyadic effects of similarity in interpersonal traits and the use of emotional displays on negotiation outcomes. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 101 1405-1421. | Download |
  • Goh, Z., Ilies, R., & Wilson, K. S. (2015). Supportive supervisors improve employees daily lives: The role supervisors play in the impact of daily workload on life satisfaction via work-family conflict. Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol. 89 65-73. | Download |
  • Wilson, K. S., & Baumann, H. M. (2015). Capturing a more complete view of employees lives outside of work: The introduction and development of new interrole conflict constructs. Personnel Psychology, vol. 68 (2), 235-282. | Download |
  • Wilson, K. S., Sin, H. P., & Conlon, D. E. (2010). What about the leader in leader-member exchange? The impact of resource exchanges and substitutability on the leader. Academy of Management Review, vol. 35 (3), 358-372. | Download |
  • Ilies, R., Wilson, K. S., & Wagner, D. T. (2009). The spillover of daily job satisfaction onto employees' family lives: The facilitating role of work-family integration. Academy of Management Journal, vol. 52 (1), 87-102. | Download |
  • Barnes, C. M., Hollenbeck, J. R., Wagner, D. T., DeRue, D. S., Nahrgang, J. D., & Schwind, K. M. (2008). Harmful help: The costs of backing-up behavior in teams. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 93 (3), 529-539. | Download |
  • Ilies, R., Schwind, K. M., Wagner, D. T., Johnson, M. D., DeRue, D. S., & Ilgen, D. R. (2007). When can employees have a family life? The effects of daily workload and affect on work-family conflict and social behaviors at home. Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 92 (5), 1368-1379. | Download |
  • Ilies, R., Schwind, K. M., & Heller, D. (2007). Employee well-being: A multilevel model linking work and nonwork domains. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, vol. 16 (3), 326-341. | Download |

Contact

kellysw@purdue.edu
Phone: (765) 49-61368
Office: RAWL 4033

Area(s) of Expertise

work-life processes, leadership