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Construct Validity of the Need to Belong Scale: Mapping the Nomological Network
Nine studies examined the construct validity of the Need to Belong Scale. The desire for acceptance and belonging correlated with, but was distinct from, variables that involve a desire for socialExpand
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Work Engagement
The primary objective of this research was to examine both transactional and transformational leadership styles as serving in the role of moderators in the relationship between organizational justiceExpand
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Assessment of dispositional embarrassability
Embarrassability, the propensity for an individual to experience embarrassment, has been frequently acknowledged as an important personality characteristic. The present research sought to explore theExpand
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Language exclusion and the consequences of perceived ostracism in the workplace.
The current research examined the impact of workplace ostracism on work-related attitudes and behaviors. Participants read a vignette describing a series of workplace interactions between theExpand
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Using the Imaginary Audience Scale as a Measure of Social Anxiety in Young Adults
Two studies explored the utility and meaning of the imaginary audience phenomenon among college students. Study 1 examined the psychometric properties of the Imaginary Audience Scale used for collegeExpand
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Changes in Sources and Perceived Quality of Social Supports Among Formerly Homeless Persons Receiving Assertive Community Treatment Services
We recruited a sample of individuals who were formerly homeless that received assertive community treatment (ACT) services to assess differences in their sources and perceived quality of socialExpand
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Determination of Monthly Food Cost Factor for a Reference Renal Diet
This project was undertaken in an urban outpatient facility to calculate an actual monthly dollar cost of a standard renal diet and to evaluate the potential use of this monthly food cost factorExpand
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Transitory Environmental Threat Alters Sexually Dimorphic Mate Preferences and Sexual Strategy
The Environmental Security Hypothesis (ESH) proposes that when the environment is less secure, people will show greater preference for mates with survival-promoting traits (Pettijohn and Jungeberg inExpand
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When Employees Engage in Workplace Incivility: The Interactive Effect of Psychological Contract Violation and Organizational Justice
The primary objective of this research was to examine both procedural and interactional justice perceptions as moderators of the relationship between psychological contract violation and workplaceExpand
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