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The affective underpinnings of job perceptions and attitudes: a meta-analytic review and integration.
Using psychometric meta-analysis, the authors present a quantitative and qualitative review (k = 205, total pairwise N = 62,527) of the literature relating trait and state positive affect (PA) andExpand
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On the role of positive and negative affectivity in job performance: a meta-analytic investigation.
Although interest regarding the role of dispositional affect in job behaviors has surged in recent years, the true magnitude of affectivity's influence remains unknown. To address this issue, theExpand
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If you feel bad, it's unfair: a quantitative synthesis of affect and organizational justice perceptions.
Whereas research interest in both individual affect/temperament and organizational justice has grown substantially in recent years, affect's role in the perception of organizational justice hasExpand
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The benefits of flexible team interaction during crises.
Organizations increasingly rely on teams to respond to crises. While research on team effectiveness during nonroutine events is growing, naturalistic studies examining team behaviors during crisesExpand
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A Test of Two Positive Psychology Interventions to Increase Employee Well-Being
PurposeDespite an abundance of organizational research on how contextual and individual difference factors impact well-being, little research has examined whether individuals themselves can take anExpand
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Reducing nurses' stress: A randomized controlled trial of a web-based stress management program for nurses.
BACKGROUND Nursing is a notoriously high-stress occupation - emotionally taxing and physically draining, with a high incidence of burnout. In addition to the damaging effects of stress on nurses'Expand
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The role of organizational leaders in employee emotion management: A theoretical model ☆
Abstract The actions of organizational leaders are important determinants of the emergence, management, and consequences of employee emotional experience. However, the nature and dimensionality ofExpand
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Does it pay to be a sexist? The relationship between modern sexism and career outcomes
In this study, we examined the consequences of harboring “modern sexist” beliefs on the career outcomes of both men and women. We argued that individuals endorsing these beliefs disproportionatelyExpand
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Modeling negative affectivity and job stress: a contingency-based approach
Understanding the role of negative affectivity (NA) in relations between job stressors and resultant strains has been a major source of research interest in the organizational literature for almostExpand
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Is “feeling good” good enough? Differentiating discrete positive emotions at work
Summary Overwhelming evidence demonstrates the benefits of positive affect for various life and work outcomes. However, the relevant organizational research almost exclusively has focused onExpand
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