A note on the relationship between affect(ivity) and differing conceptualizations of job satisfaction: Some unexpected meta-analytic findings

@article{Kaplan2009ANO,
  title={A note on the relationship between affect(ivity) and differing conceptualizations of job satisfaction: Some unexpected meta-analytic findings},
  author={S. Kaplan and Christopher R. Warren and Adam P. Barsky and C. J. Thoresen},
  journal={European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={29 - 54}
}
  • S. Kaplan, Christopher R. Warren, +1 author C. J. Thoresen
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
  • This study investigated whether the relationships between positive (PA) and negative affect (NA) and job satisfaction (JS) differ as a function of the satisfaction measure being primarily affective or cognitive in nature. Subject matter experts classified JS measures as being primarily affective or cognitive. A series of meta-analyses involving between 17 and 63 primary studies revealed that PA, but not NA, correlated more strongly with affective JS measures. Analyses comparing specific… CONTINUE READING
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