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Emotions at work

@inproceedings{Poggi2003EmotionsAW,
  title={Emotions at work},
  author={Isabella Poggi and Mary Jo Germani},
  year={2003}
}
We present a goal and belief model of emotions and on this basis we classify the emotions people feel while at work. Among “individual” emotions we distinguish the so-called primary emotions and their “families” from cognitive emotions like curiosity and boredom; among “social” emotions we include those linked to attachment, Image and Self-Image, and the Image of the Other. We describe an empirical research that investigates what emotions are felt at work and how they are linked to gender… 
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