Four-Quadrant Investigation of Job-related Affects and Behaviours

  title={Four-Quadrant Investigation of Job-related Affects and Behaviours},
  author={Peter G. Warr},
Emphasizing differences in activation as well as valence, six studies across a range of situations examined relations between types of job-related core affect and 13 self-reported work behaviours. A theory-based measure of affect was developed, and its four-quadrant structure was found to be supported across studies. Also consistent with hypotheses, highactivation pleasant affect was more strongly correlated with positive behaviours than were low-activation pleasant feelings, and those… CONTINUE READING
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