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Leader-member exchange (LMX) generally refers to the leadership process centered on the interactions between leaders and direct reports. The basic premise of high quality leader-member exchange relationships holds that direct reports gain tremendous benefits through these partnerships. LMX is perhaps the most commonly researched theory of leadership. However, few studies have specifically examined the role of dyad members' sex as a predictor of quality LMX. Several studies investigating thedoi:10.12806/v3/i2/tf1 fatcat:uw2jhpxcmzfl3ky7or4xz5kt7y