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Unfair Treatment in the Workplace and Worker Well-Being
Recent attention has been given to the supportive relationships that may develop among coworkers, and researchers have produced evidence that coworker support can be beneficial for worker well-being.
The Effects of Occupational Characteristics on the Experience and Expression of Anger in the Workplace
This article examines the relationships among extensive interaction with others on the job, occupational status, and the experience and expression of anger in the workplace using data from the 1996
HIV/AIDS knowledge and sexual activity: an examination of racial differences in a college sample.
Although the results suggest that for this sample African American college students appear to have internalized safer sex messages to a greater degree, both groups reported a lack of consistent safe-sex practices, which may put them at risk of HIV/AIDS.
The “Real Self” and Inauthenticity: The Importance of Self-Concept Anchorage for Emotional Experiences in the Workplace
I examine the utility of self-concept anchorage (as described by Turner 1976) in the analysis of inauthenticity in the workplace. As controlling internally felt emotion may distance the worker from
Faith in Trump, Moral Foundations, and Social Distancing Defiance during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Even with a strong effect for low self-control, faith in President Trump is a strong predictor of refusal to social-distance, and its effect is largest among individuals high in binding foundations.
Controlling Anger and Happiness at Work: An Examination of Gender Differences
This article examines gender differences in the emotion management of men and women in the workplace. The belief in American culture that women are more emotional than men has limited women’s
Counting on Coworkers
Recent research suggests that supportive relationships between coworkers benefit worker well-being. Less is known about the distribution of social support among different groups of workers. In this
Pandemic Emotions: The Extent, Correlates, and Mental Health Consequences of Personal and Altruistic Fear of COVID-19
COVID-19 has had unprecedented effects on populations around the world. Given the political and moral context of the pandemic and the nation’s response to it, this study sought to assess the extent
Public Concern about Terrorism: Fear, Worry, and Support for Anti-Muslim Policies
In the era of 9/11, terrorist attacks occur with sufficient frequency and lethality to constitute a realistic threat to the well-being of the American public. Sensing this concern, politicians