Journal Articles & Book Chapters
Netchaeva, E.*, Sheppard, L. D.*, & Balushkina, T. (in press). A meta-analytic review of the gender difference in leadership aspirations. Journal of Vocational Behavior.
*Denotes equal authorship
Oo, P. P., Creek, S. A., & Sheppard, L. D. (2022). Perceived warmth and competence in crowdfunding: Which matters more and for whom? Journal of Business Venturing Insights. 17.
Harrold, M. L., & Sheppard, L. D. (2022). A help or a hindrance? Workplace consequences of women's attractiveness. Routledge Encyclopedia of Psychology in the Real World.
Sheppard, L. D., Cuttler, C., Shin, E., McLaughlin, R. J. (2021). Differences in cortisol following cooperative and competitive work-related tasks with same-sex versus opposite-sex partners. Psychoneuroendocrinology.
Sheppard, L. D., O’Reilly, J., van Dijke, M., Restubog, S., & Aquino, K. (2020). The stress-relieving benefits of positively experienced social sexual behavior in the workplace. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 156: 38-52.
Sheppard, L. D., & Johnson, S. (2019). The femme fatale effect: Attractiveness is a liability for businesswomen’s perceived truthfulness, trust, and deservingness of termination. Sex Roles, 81: 779-796.
Hmieleski, K. M., & Sheppard, L. D. (2019). The yin and yang of entrepreneurship: Gender differences in the importance of communal and agentic characteristics for entrepreneurs’ subjective well-being and performance. Journal of Business Venturing, 34: 709-730.
Sheppard, L. D. (2018). Gender differences in leadership aspirations and job and life attribute preferences among U.S. undergraduate students. Sex Roles, 79: 565-577.
Sheppard, L. D., & Aquino, K. (2017). Sisters at arms: A theory of female same-sex conflict at work and its problematization in organizations. Journal of Management, 43: 691-715.
Netchaeva, E.*, Kouchaki, M.*, & Sheppard, L. D. (2015). A man’s (precarious) place: Men’s experienced threat and self-assertive reactions to female superiors. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41: 1247-1259.
*Denotes equal authorship
Rawski, S., Djurdjevic, E., & Sheppard, L. D. (2014). Occupational stress: Considering the complex interplay of sex, gender, and job roles. In Research in Occupational Stress and Well Being, Volume 12. P. Perrewe, J. Halbesleben, & C. Rosen (Eds.). pp 199-233.
Aquino, K., Sheppard, L. D., Watkins, M. B., O’Reilly, J. & Smith, A. (2014). Social sexual behavior at work. Research in Organizational Behavior, 34: 217-236.
Sheppard, L. D., & Aquino, K. (2013). Much ado about nothing? Observers’ problematization of women’s same-sex conflict at work. Academy of Management Perspectives, 27: 52-62.
Meyer, J. P., Stanley, D. J., Jackson, T. A., McInnis, K. J., Maltin, E. R., & Sheppard, L. (2012). Affective, normative, and continuance commitment levels across cultures: A meta-analysis. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 80: 225-245.
Sheppard, L. D., Goffin, R. D., Lewis, R. J., & Olson, J. (2011). The effect of target attractiveness and rating method on the accuracy of trait ratings. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 10: 24-33.
Sheppard, L. D., & Vernon, P.A. (2008). Intelligence and speed of information-processing: A review of fifty years of research. Personality and Individual Differences, 44: 535-551.
Publications for a General Audience
Wieckowski, A., & Sheppard, L. D. (Nov-Dec 2019). Beauty is a liability for women in business. Harvard Business Review.
Sheppard, L. D. (2019). Overcoming gender disparities in entrepreneurship. Money Inc. https://moneyinc.com/overcoming-gender-disparities-in-entrepreneurship/
Sheppard, L. D., & Aquino, K. (2017). Why women get criticized for being candid at work. The Atlantic. https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2017/08/women-work-queen-bee/535797/
Sheppard, L. D. (2016). Three steps managers can take to address same-sex conflict. Vancouver Business Journal. https://www.vbjusa.com/opinion/columns/education-workforce-development-column/three-steps-managers-can-take-address-sex-conflict/
Sheppard, L. D. (2014). How to leverage media attention into a tenure-track faculty position. University Affairs. http://www.universityaffairs.ca/career-advice/career-advice-article/how-to-leverage-media-attention-into-a-tenure-track-faculty-position/