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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...
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
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 between… Expand
MODERATION BY ORGANIZATION-BASED SELF-ESTEEM OF ROLE CONDITION-EMPLOYEE RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS
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...
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 intentions… Expand
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 problem… Expand
Activation theory and task design: an empirical test of several new predictions.
- D. G. Gardner
- The Journal of applied psychology
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 the… Expand
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 towards… Expand
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 is… Expand