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Purpose – The paper aims to study the impact of five dimensions of workplace spirituality (team’s sense of community, alignment with organizational values, sense of contribution to society, enjoyment at work, opportunities for inner life) on affective, normative and continuance commitment. Design/methodology/approach – A sample of 361 individuals from 154(More)
We discuss how six dimensions of the authentizotic psychological climate explain stress and affective well-being at work, and how stress and affective well-being explain self-reported individual performance. The sample comprises 199 employees from 118 organizations. The findings indicate the good psychometric properties of the authentizotic climate measure,(More)
The authors show how the perceptions of spirit of camaraderie explain 5 dimensions of employees' affective well-being and how this relationship is moderated by the employees' need to belong. The sample comprised 296 individuals working in 78 organizations. The authors found the following: (a) Perceptions of spirit of camaraderie predict unique variance of(More)
The study aims at showing how five ethical climates explain four Organizational Citizenship Behaviors (OCB). A sample comprising 269 subordinate-supervisor dyads was collected. Each subordinate described his/her perceptions of ethical climates; their supervisors reported the OCB. The main findings are as following: a) people decrease their OCB when they(More)
The study shows how the perceptions of opportunities for learning and personal development predict five dimensions of affective well-being (AWB: pleasure, comfort, placidity, enthusiasm, and vigor), and how this relationship is moderated by the perceptions of work-family conciliation. A sample comprising 404 individuals was collected. The findings show the(More)
Clinical differences the authors find between the psychopath's, and the offender's personalities organization are discussed. The authors disagree with an existing pattern tending to include both kinds of personalities under the sole denomination of antisocial personality--a concept they find fit for any discipline other than clinical psychology. Thus, a(More)
This exploratory study aims at identifying satisfier and dissatisfier factors of website clients. Herzberg's classic bifactorial model of motivation, which has been transposed by Zhang and von Dran [1] to the analysis of (dis)satisfaction with websites, served as inspiration to the present study. A survey was applied to a sample of 252 individuals, who(More)
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