Sabrina Deutsch Salamon

School of Administrative Studies
School of Human Resource Management

Associate Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 236
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 70844
Emailsdeutsch@yorku.ca

Dr. Sabrina Deutsch Salamon earned her PhD in Organizational Behavior at the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia. Sabrina’s research interests include organizational trust, citizenship and deviant behaviors, and group dynamics. Her recent work has been published in several leading academic journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. Her research projects have been supported by grants from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Mitacs, and she is the recipient of SAS Interdisciplinary Research Award. Her research on trust has been profiled in several media outlets, including in Der Spiegel, and interviews on her work were broadcast by CBC National Radio and various local radio stations. Professor Deutsch Salamon is a faculty member in the School of Administrative Studies and the School of Human Resource Management and teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses. She holds a Masters Degree in Economics and Business Administration (With Distinction), and prior to pursuing her Doctoral degree, she worked several years as an economist in the Bank of Israel. Sabrina also completed graduate studies in Counseling, is a certified group facilitator, and has worked with individuals and with groups in organizations in the last decade.

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Area of Specialization

Management

Degrees

PhD, University of British Columbia
MA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
BA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Research Interests

organizational trust, citizenship and deviant behaviors, and group processes

Selected Publications

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Robinson, S., 2008. “Trust That Binds: The Impact of Collective Felt Trust on Organizational Performance”. Journal of Applied Psychology 93, 593-601.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Deutsch Y. 2006. "OCB as a Handicap: A Psychological Evolutionary Perspective". Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27: 185 – 199. Recipient of SAS Interdisciplinary Research Award 2006.

Current Research Projects


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship

Selected Publications

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Robinson, S., 2008. “Trust That Binds: The Impact of Collective Felt Trust on Organizational Performance”. Journal of Applied Psychology 93, 593-601.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Deutsch Y. 2006. "OCB as a Handicap: A Psychological Evolutionary Perspective". Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27: 185 – 199. Recipient of SAS Interdisciplinary Research Award 2006.

All Publications

Book Chapters

Deutsch, Y., Salamon, S. D., & Pe’er, A. A. (2017) . Dancing with Wolves—A Signaling Model of De Novo Entrants’ Location Choices. In THE WORLD SCIENTIFIC REFERENCE ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Volume 3: Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (pp. 331-362).

Journal Articles

Samnani, A. K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2014) . Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behavior: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, 119(2), 235-244.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Robinson, S., 2008. “Trust That Binds: The Impact of Collective Felt Trust on Organizational Performance”. Journal of Applied Psychology 93, 593-601.

Lau, D., Lam, R. & Deutsch Salamon, S. 2008 "The Impact of Relational Demography on Perceived Trustworthiness: Similarity or Norms?" Journal of Social Psychology,148 (2), 187-208.

Celani, A., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Singh, P. "In Justice We Trust: A Model of the Role of Trust in the Organization in Applicant Reactions to the Selection Process" Human Resource Management Review (in press)

Celani, A., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Singh, P. "In Justice We Trust: A Model of the Role of Trust in the Organization in Applicant Reactions to the Selection Process" Human Resource Management Review (in press)

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Deutsch Y. 2006. "OCB as a Handicap: A Psychological Evolutionary Perspective". Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27: 185 – 199. Recipient of SAS Interdisciplinary Research Award 2006.

Conference Papers

Deutsch Salamon, S., Romano, D., Saluja, S. Fostering Trust within Inter-Professional Health Care Teams, INGRoup Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, 10th Anniversary Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 2015.

Deutsch, Y, Deutsch Salamon, S., Peer, A. Dancing with Wolves: A Signaling Model of De Novo Entrants’ Location Choices presented as part of the Sustainability, Social Issues, and Entrepreneurship symposium. Academy of Management’s Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 2015

Deutsch Salamon, S Deutsch, Y, Vulnerability as Strength: A Signaling Model of Trusting Inequality, Trust and Ethics: Insights from Economics and Behavioral Ethics conference London, UK, 2015

Duff, A., Chan, C., Deutsch Salamon, S., Budworth, M. ”Compromising Innovative Behaviour with Work Shame”, presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 2014.

Deutsch Salamon., S. “The Impact of Verbal Abuse from Outsiders versus Insiders on Trust in Management”, 9th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, Milan, June 2014.

Samnani, A., Deutsch Salamon S., Singh P "Negative Affect and Counterproductive Workplace Behavior: The Moderating Role of Moral Disengagement and Gender", Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, 2012.

Deutsch Salamon, S., & Maitlis Sally “How Group Members “Gang Up”: An Empirically Grounded Model” 7th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, Cardiff, UK, June 2010. Recipient of Best Conference Paper.

Deutsch Salamon, S., & Maitlis Sally. “Collective Victimization in Groups: A Process Model”. Presented at INGRoup Conference, Kansas City, July 2008.

Deutsch Y., Peer, A. & Deutsch Salamon, S. 2007. “Be There or Be Square: A Signaling Perspective on New Entrants’ Choice of Location”. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.

Lau, D., Lam, R. & Deutsch Salamon, S. 2005. "The Impact of Relational Demography on Perceived Trustworthiness: Similarity or Norms?" Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Richardson, J., Deutsch Salamon, S., Inkson K. & Pringle, J. 2005. “Personal Transformation Through International Careers: Butterfly or Moth?” PDW Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Robinson, S. 2004. "Trust that Binds: The Effect of Collective Trust on Organizational Outcomes". Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Deutsch, Y. 2004. "OCB as a Handicap: A Psychological Evolutionary Perspective". Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Forthcoming

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/ADMS2400 3.0  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour LECT  
Summer 2017 AP/ADMS2400 3.0  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour LECT  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/ADMS2400 3.0  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM4495 3.0  Managing Effective Groups and Teams LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM4495 3.0  Managing Effective Groups and Teams LECT  


Dr. Sabrina Deutsch Salamon earned her PhD in Organizational Behavior at the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia. Sabrina’s research interests include organizational trust, citizenship and deviant behaviors, and group dynamics. Her recent work has been published in several leading academic journals, including the Journal of Applied Psychology and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. Her research projects have been supported by grants from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Mitacs, and she is the recipient of SAS Interdisciplinary Research Award. Her research on trust has been profiled in several media outlets, including in Der Spiegel, and interviews on her work were broadcast by CBC National Radio and various local radio stations. Professor Deutsch Salamon is a faculty member in the School of Administrative Studies and the School of Human Resource Management and teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses. She holds a Masters Degree in Economics and Business Administration (With Distinction), and prior to pursuing her Doctoral degree, she worked several years as an economist in the Bank of Israel. Sabrina also completed graduate studies in Counseling, is a certified group facilitator, and has worked with individuals and with groups in organizations in the last decade.

Area of Specialization

Management

Degrees

PhD, University of British Columbia
MA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
BA, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Research Interests:

organizational trust, citizenship and deviant behaviors, and group processes

Current Research Projects


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
ATK Fellowship

All Publications

Book Chapters

Deutsch, Y., Salamon, S. D., & Pe’er, A. A. (2017) . Dancing with Wolves—A Signaling Model of De Novo Entrants’ Location Choices. In THE WORLD SCIENTIFIC REFERENCE ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Volume 3: Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship (pp. 331-362).

Journal Articles

Samnani, A. K., Salamon, S. D., & Singh, P. (2014) . Negative affect and counterproductive workplace behavior: The moderating role of moral disengagement and gender. Journal of Business Ethics, 119(2), 235-244.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Robinson, S., 2008. “Trust That Binds: The Impact of Collective Felt Trust on Organizational Performance”. Journal of Applied Psychology 93, 593-601.

Lau, D., Lam, R. & Deutsch Salamon, S. 2008 "The Impact of Relational Demography on Perceived Trustworthiness: Similarity or Norms?" Journal of Social Psychology,148 (2), 187-208.

Celani, A., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Singh, P. "In Justice We Trust: A Model of the Role of Trust in the Organization in Applicant Reactions to the Selection Process" Human Resource Management Review (in press)

Celani, A., Deutsch Salamon, S., & Singh, P. "In Justice We Trust: A Model of the Role of Trust in the Organization in Applicant Reactions to the Selection Process" Human Resource Management Review (in press)

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Deutsch Y. 2006. "OCB as a Handicap: A Psychological Evolutionary Perspective". Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27: 185 – 199. Recipient of SAS Interdisciplinary Research Award 2006.

Conference Papers

Deutsch Salamon, S., Romano, D., Saluja, S. Fostering Trust within Inter-Professional Health Care Teams, INGRoup Interdisciplinary Network for Group Research, 10th Anniversary Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, 2015.

Deutsch, Y, Deutsch Salamon, S., Peer, A. Dancing with Wolves: A Signaling Model of De Novo Entrants’ Location Choices presented as part of the Sustainability, Social Issues, and Entrepreneurship symposium. Academy of Management’s Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 2015

Deutsch Salamon, S Deutsch, Y, Vulnerability as Strength: A Signaling Model of Trusting Inequality, Trust and Ethics: Insights from Economics and Behavioral Ethics conference London, UK, 2015

Duff, A., Chan, C., Deutsch Salamon, S., Budworth, M. ”Compromising Innovative Behaviour with Work Shame”, presented at Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, August 2014.

Deutsch Salamon., S. “The Impact of Verbal Abuse from Outsiders versus Insiders on Trust in Management”, 9th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, Milan, June 2014.

Samnani, A., Deutsch Salamon S., Singh P "Negative Affect and Counterproductive Workplace Behavior: The Moderating Role of Moral Disengagement and Gender", Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston, 2012.

Deutsch Salamon, S., & Maitlis Sally “How Group Members “Gang Up”: An Empirically Grounded Model” 7th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, Cardiff, UK, June 2010. Recipient of Best Conference Paper.

Deutsch Salamon, S., & Maitlis Sally. “Collective Victimization in Groups: A Process Model”. Presented at INGRoup Conference, Kansas City, July 2008.

Deutsch Y., Peer, A. & Deutsch Salamon, S. 2007. “Be There or Be Square: A Signaling Perspective on New Entrants’ Choice of Location”. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.

Lau, D., Lam, R. & Deutsch Salamon, S. 2005. "The Impact of Relational Demography on Perceived Trustworthiness: Similarity or Norms?" Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Richardson, J., Deutsch Salamon, S., Inkson K. & Pringle, J. 2005. “Personal Transformation Through International Careers: Butterfly or Moth?” PDW Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Robinson, S. 2004. "Trust that Binds: The Effect of Collective Trust on Organizational Outcomes". Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Deutsch Salamon, S. & Deutsch, Y. 2004. "OCB as a Handicap: A Psychological Evolutionary Perspective". Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans.

Forthcoming


Teaching:

Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/ADMS2400 3.0  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour LECT  
Summer 2017 AP/ADMS2400 3.0  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour LECT  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/ADMS2400 3.0  Introduction to Organizational Behaviour LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM4495 3.0  Managing Effective Groups and Teams LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/HRM4495 3.0  Managing Effective Groups and Teams LECT