Relationships between psychological climate perceptions and work outcomes : a meta-analytic review

@inproceedings{Parker2003RelationshipsBP,
  title={Relationships between psychological climate perceptions and work outcomes : a meta-analytic review},
  author={Christopher P Parker and Boris B. Baltes and S A Young and Joseph William Huff and Robert Altmann and HEATHER A. LACOST and Joanne Erwick Roberts},
  year={2003}
}
In this study, meta-analytic procedures were used to examine the relationships between individual-level (psychological) climate perceptions and work outcomes such as employee attitudes, psychological well-being, motivation, and performance. Our review of the literature generated 121 independent samples in which climate perceptions were measured and analyzed at the individual level. These studies document considerable confusion regarding the constructs of psychological climate, organizational… CONTINUE READING
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