Revisiting the trustworthiness–trust relationship: Exploring the differential predictors of cognition‐ and affect‐based trust

  title={Revisiting the trustworthiness–trust relationship: Exploring the differential predictors of cognition‐ and affect‐based trust},
  author={Edward C. Tomlinson and Andrew K. Schnackenberg and David D. Dawley and Steven R. Ash},
  journal={Journal of Organizational Behavior},

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