Conference Presentations

Cragg, C., Cassidy, S., Gill, H., (2017, June). The effects of feeling trusted in the workplace: The role of enhanced organizational-based self-esteem on job outcomes. Presented at the 78th Annual Canadian Psychological Association Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Cassidy, S., Lech, O., McCurrach, C., Miller, R., Zaroski, O., & Gill, H. (2017, June). Making the most of your virtual team: A thematic analysis of effective and maladaptive virtual team processes in rich- and lean-media environments. Presented at the 78th Annual Canadian Psychology Association Conference, Toronto, ON.

Cassidy, S., & Gill, H. (2017, April). Media, communication, and trust: A virtual teams conundrum. Presented at the 32nd Annual Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Orlando, FL.

Gill, H., Cassidy, S., & Cragg, C. (2017, April). Does feeling trusted at work increase psychological empowerment? Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, Orlando, FL.

Cassidy, S., & Gill, H. (2016, August). Teamwork in the age of Skype: Communication, trust, and performance. In Proceedings of the 124th Annual American Psychological Association Conference, Denver CO.

Cassidy, S., & Gill, H. (2016, June). A teambulding intervention for swift-starting action teams: Implications for trust and team process. Paper presented at the 77th Annual Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Victoria BC.

Cassidy, S., Schad, E., Janiszewska, M., Abernethy, M., & Gill, H. (2015, June). A motivational model of felt trust: The role of self-determination. Paper submitted for the 76th Annual Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Ottawa, ON.

Boies, K., Fiset, J., & Gill, H. (May, 2014). Exploring the Role of Communication in the Relationship between Leadership, Team Trust and Performance: An Experimental Investigation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Huntsville, Ontario.

Cassidy, S., & Gill, H. (April, 2013) Felt trust and task performance: A laboratory Experiment. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Houston, Texas.

Algate, P., & Gill, H. (June, 2010). The relation between feeling trusted and job performance. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 51: 2a, 136.

Knoll, D. L., & Gill, H. (June, 2010). Trust in Peer: The Moderating Effect of Task Interdependence. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 51: 2a, 140.

Woeller, C., & Gill, H. (June, 2010). The relation between feeling trusted and positive employee outcomes. Poster to be presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 51: 2a, 143.

Brutus, S., Duniewicz, K., & Gill, H.(April, 2010) State-of-science in Industrial-Organizational psychology: A review of self-reported limitations. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Atlanta, Georgia.

Leal, J. , & Gill, H.(June, 2008). Relation between influence tactics and work attitudes. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 48: 2a, 13.

Gill, H., Finegan, J. E., Knoll, D. L., & Risavy, S. (June, 2008). Effect of perceptions of politics and performance on perceived organizational support. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 48: 2a, 13.

Knoll, D. L., & Gill, H. (April, 2008). Relative importance of ability, benevolence, and integrity in predicting trust. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, San Francisco, California.

Gill, H., & Finegan, J. E. (June, 2006).  Workplace support as a predictor of constructive and destructive reactions to organizational injustice: A vignette study.  Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 47: 2a, 13.

Finegan, J. E., Gill, H., & Golding, D. (June, 2006). Reactions to injustice and self-esteem. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta. Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 47: 2a, 7.

Gill, H., & Finegan, J. E. (May, 2005).  Reactions to injustice: A measure development study.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Toronto, Ontario.

Stanley, D. J., Meyer, J. P., Heathcote, J., Powell, D., Gill, H., & Jackson, T. (April, 2005). Cross-cultural generalizability of the three-component model of commitment:  A meta-analysis. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Los Angeles, California.

Gill, H., Shin, K. H., Lee, K., Meyer, J., & Yoon, C. Y. (June, 2004) Investigating organizational citizenship behaviour and deviant work behaviour as consequences of organizational commitment. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Quebec City, Quebec.

Stanley, D. J., Meyer, J. P., Heathcote, J., Powell, D., & Gill, H. (June, 2004). Generalizability of the three-component model of commitment:  A meta-analysis. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, St. Johns, Newfoundland. Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 45: 2a, 154.

Boies, K., Gill, H., Finegan, J. E., & McNally, J. (April, 2003). Examining the antecedents of trust. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Orlando, Florida.

Gill, H., & Finegan, J. E. (June, 2002). Injustice: Considering the role of personality and constructive reactions. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, British Columbia. Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 43: 2a, 19.

Finegan, J. E., & Gill H. (May, 2002). Organizational justice and performance.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Gill, H. (July, 2001). Toward a more complete model of reactions to injustice.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, London, Ontario.

Gill, H., & Finegan, J. E. (June, 2001).  The effect of social anxiety on the relation between person-organization value fit and organizational citizenship behaviour. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ste-Foy, Quebec. Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 42: 2a, 28.   

Hecht, T., Gill, H., Herscovitch, L., McCarthy, J., Stanley, D. J., & Allen, N. J.  (July, 2000). Taking stock of the impact of industrial organizational psychology.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Montreal, Quebec.

Gill, H., & Finegan, J. E. (June, 2000).  The relation between values and organizational citizenship behaviour.  Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, Ontario.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 41:2a, 76.

Gill, H., & Finegan, J. E. (April, 2000). The relation between person-organization fit and organizational commitment.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Finegan, J. E., Gill, H., & Beauchamp, L. (May, 1999).  Organizational attitudes as a function of the three components of justice: Distributive justice, procedural justice, and interactional justice. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.  Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 40:2a, 114.