Justin Aselage

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The authors report that beliefs favoring the reciprocation of unfavorable treatment form a unitary factor that is distinct from beliefs favoring the reciprocation of favorable treatment. Individual differences in endorsement of this negative reciprocity norm were related to (a) beliefs that people are generally malevolent; (b) inclination toward anger in(More)
L. Rhoades and R. Eisenberger (2002) reported the meta-analytic finding of a highly statistically significant relation between perceived organizational support (POS) and performance but concluded that the reviewed studies' methodology allowed no conclusion concerning the direction of the association. To investigate this issue, the authors assessed POS and(More)
Two field studies and a laboratory study examined the influence of reward for high performance on experienced performance pressure, intrinsic interest and creativity. Study 1 found that employees’ expected reward for high performance was positively related to performance pressure which, in turn, was positively associated with the employees’ interest in(More)
It has been suggested that the two cerebral hemispheres play different roles in the maintenance and updating of an individual's beliefs. In particular it has been suggested that the left hemisphere (LH) forms consistent beliefs, whereas the right hemisphere (RH) monitors for inconsistencies or anomalies in reference to these beliefs. If some threshold of(More)
Eight studies assessed the motive for sensory pleasure (MSP) involving a general disposition to enjoy and pursue pleasant nature-related experiences and avoid unpleasant nature-related experiences. The stated enjoyment of pleasant sights, smells, sounds, and tactile sensations formed a unitary construct that was distinct from sensation seeking, novelty(More)
L. Rhoades and R. Eisenberger (2002) reported the meta-analytic finding of a highly statistically significant relation between perceived organizational support (POS) and performance but concluded that the reviewed studies’ methodology allowed no conclusion concerning the direction of the association. To investigate this issue, the authors assessed POS and(More)
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