Feel like you belong: on the bidirectional link between emotional fit and group identification in task groups

@inproceedings{Delvaux2015FeelLY,
  title={Feel like you belong: on the bidirectional link between emotional fit and group identification in task groups},
  author={Ellen Delvaux and Loes Meeussen and Batja Mesquita},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
Three studies investigated the association between members' group identification and the emotional fit with their group. In the first study, a cross-sectional study in a large organization, we replicated earlier research by showing that group identification and emotional fit are positively associated, using a broader range of emotions and using profile correlations to measure group members' emotional fit. In addition, in two longitudinal studies, where groups of students were followed at… CONTINUE READING
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