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Waismel-Manor, R., Levanon, A., & Tolbert, P. (2016). The impact of husbands' and wives' relative earnings on subjective career and family success, Sex Roles, 75(7): 349-362.
Kark, R., Waismel-Manor, R. & Shamir, B. (2012). Does valuing androgyny and femininity lead to a female advantage? The relationship between gender-role, transformational leadership and identification, Leadership Quarterly, 23(3): 620-640.
Qiadan, E., Tziner, A., & Waismel-Manor, R. (2012). Differences in the perceived effectiveness of influence tactics among Jews and Arabs: The mediating role of cultural values, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 42 (4): 874-889.
Kark, R., & Waismel-Manor, R. (2010). Organizational citizenship behavior: The good soldier syndrome in Israel, Megamot, 47(1): 3-31 (Hebrew).
Waismel-Manor, R., Tziner, A., Berger, E., & Dikstein, E. (2010). Two of a kind? Leader-member exchange and organizational citizenship behaviors: The moderating role of leader-member similarity, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40(1): 167-181.
Tziner, A., Waismel-Manor, R., Vardi, N., & Brodman, A. (2008). The personality dispositional approach to job satisfaction and organizational commitment, Psychological Reports, 103: 435-442.
Kark, R., & Waismel-Manor, R. (2005). Organizational citizenship behavior: What’s gender got to do with it? Organization, 12(6): 889-917.
Waismel-Manor, R., Moen, P. & Sweet, S. (2003). Winning couples: Predicting conjoint perceptions of work, family and balancing success. Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings (CD) ISSN 1543-8643.