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Attitudes in and around organizations
- A. Brief
- 8 June 1998
Attitudes Much Ado about Something Job Satisfaction Reconsidered The Social Psychology of Attitudes A Little of This, A Little of That Job Satisfaction Redux Attitudinal Baggage Negative Racial…
Organizational behavior: affect in the workplace.
Even though recent interest in affect in the workplace has been intense, many theoretical and methodological opportunities and challenges remain.
Feeling good-doing good: a conceptual analysis of the mood at work-organizational spontaneity relationship.
Five forms of organizational spontaneity are described (helping co-workers, protecting the organization, making constructive suggestions, developing oneself, and spreading goodwill) and a multilevel model of spontaneous behavior is presented.
Prosocial Organizational Behaviors
The construct of prosocial organizational behavior is defined and 13 specific forms are described. They vary according to whether they are functional or dysfunctional for organizational…
Subtle Yet Significant: The Existence and Impact of Everyday Racial Discrimination in the Workplace
- E. A. Deitch, A. Barsky, Rebecca M. Butz, Suzanne Chan, A. Brief, Jill C. Bradley
- 1 November 2003
In this article, we argue that research concerning workplace discrimination could be advanced by considering ‘everyday discrimination,’ that is, the subtle, pervasive discriminatory acts experienced…
Should negative affectivity remain an unmeasured variable in the study of job stress?
Research in Organizational Behavior: An Annual Series of Analytical Essays and Critical Reviews
This is the 18th volume in an annual series of reviews of research in organizational behaviour. This volume covers such topics as affective events theory, motivational agendas in the workplace and…
Role Conflict and Role Ambiguity: Integration of the Literature and Directions for Future Research
Although research on role conflict and ambiguity has been extensive, there has been only moderate consistency in the focus and results of the research, while several areas of role conflict and…
Creating a climate and culture for sustainable organizational change
Integrating bottom-up and top-down theories of subjective well-being: the case of health.
- A. Brief, A. H. Butcher, J. George, K. Link
- PsychologyJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 April 1993
A framework was proposed that posits that both objective life circumstances and global personality dimensions indirectly affect SWB through their effects on the interpretation of life circumstances.