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Organization-Based Self-Esteem: Construct Definition, Measurement, And Validation
The article introduces the construct “organization-based self-esteem” and its measurement. We developed a partial nomological network resulting in a set of hypotheses that guided efforts to validat...
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Self-Esteem Within the Work and Organizational Context: A Review of the Organization-Based Self-Esteem Literature
On numerous occasions it has been suggested that an individual’s self-esteem, formed around work and organizational experiences, plays a significant role in determining employee motivation,Expand
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Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy within the Organizational Context
The self-concept has emerged as an important component of organizational paradigms. This article reviews the conceptual meanings of self-esteem and self-efficacy, clarifies the relation-ship betweenExpand
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Behavioral plasticity theory is offered as an explanation for the moderating effects of self-esteem on role perception-employee response relationships. According to this theory, because individuals...
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A Field Experiment Comparing Information-Privacy Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes Across Several Types of Organizations
South Bend, IndianaThe present study examined (a) the effect of organizational type (a manipulatedvariable) on individuals' information-privacy values, beliefs, attitudes, and be-havioral intentionsExpand
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Single-Item Versus Multiple-Item Measurement Scales: An Empirical Comparison
Common methods variance often is a problem with psychological measures that require respondent self-reports of attitudes, beliefs, perceptions, and the like. The present study examined this problemExpand
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Activation theory and task design: an empirical test of several new predictions.
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The effects of pay level on organization‐based self‐esteem and performance: A field study
Most compensation managers implicitly assume (or perhaps hope) that high pay levels will maintain and enhance future performance. To date, this assumption has been largely untested. Given theExpand
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Computer use, self-confidence, and attitudes: A causal analysis
Abstract Based on attitude—behavior theory, it was hypothesized that computer use would enhance beliefs about self-perceived computer confidence, which would in turn affect attitudes towardsExpand
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Focus of attention at work: Construct definition and empirical validation
This paper introduces a multifaceted construct labelled ‘employee focus of attention’. Conceptual and operational definitions for the construct are provided. Evidence from four different studies isExpand
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