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Future time perspective and career decisions: The moderating effects of affect spin☆
Abstract This study investigated the impact of future time perspective on two career decision-making variables and the role of affect spin as a moderator. 98 Korean undergraduate students completedExpand
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Relationships among Future Time Perspective, Career and Organizational Commitment, Occupational Self-Efficacy, and Turnover Intention
We examined how future time perspective (FTP) is related to the career-related variables of occupational self-efficacy, career commitment, and organizational commitment, and how it indirectlyExpand
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What Helps Women Ask for More?: The Role of Discrete Emotions on the Initiation of Negotiation
The current work explores the role of distinct negative emotions (anger and fear) on the propensity to negotiate. In particular, we were interested in whether emotions could alleviate the 'womenExpand
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Resting on your laurels: The effects of pride on persistence at creative tasks
Despite the pervasive use of pride as a motivational tool in organizations, little is known about the effects of pride experience on work performance. This paper investigates how pride affectsExpand
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Mad enough to see the other side: Anger and the search for disconfirming information
The current research explored the effect of anger on hypothesis confirmation—the propensity to seek information that confirms rather than disconfirms one's opinion. We argued that the moving againstExpand
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The De‐biasing Effect of Incidental Anger on Other‐provided Anchors
The current research investigates the effect of incidental anger on anchoring bias. We hypothesized that feeling angry will make people less influenced by other-provided anchors because of the movingExpand
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Mad Enough to See the Other Side: Anger and the Confirmation Bias
The current research explores the effect of anger on hypothesis confirmation — the propensity to seek information that confirms rather than disconfirms one’s opinion. We argue that the moving againstExpand
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Psychological Factors Linking Perceived CSR to OCB: The Role of Organizational Pride, Collectivism, and Person–Organization Fit
Despite a growing amount of research on the impact of perceived corporate social responsibility (CSR) on employee behavior, psychological factors explaining why and for whom the relationship holdsExpand
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Evaluation of Atopy and Its Possible Association with Indoor Bioaerosol Concentrations and Other Factors at the Residence of Children
Objectives: Exposure to bioaerosols in the indoor environment could be associated with a variety adverse health effects, including allergic disease such atopy. The objectives of this study were toExpand
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Motivated to confront: How experiencing anger affects anchoring bias
J Behav Dec Making. 2019;1–11. Abstract Prior research has asserted that emotions affect anchoring bias in decision making through the emotion's certainty appraisal or through the emotion's actionExpand
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