The role of affective experience in work motivation: Test of a conceptual model.

  title={The role of affective experience in work motivation: Test of a conceptual model.},
  author={Myeong-Gu Seo and Jean M. Bartunek and Lisa Feldman Barrett},
  journal={Journal of organizational behavior},
  volume={31 7},
The purpose of this paper was to contribute to understanding of the crucial role of emotion in work motivation by testing a conceptual model developed by Seo, Barrett, and Bartunek (2004) that predicted the impacts of core affect on three behavioral outcomes of work motivation, generative-defensive orientation, effort, and persistence. We tested the model using an Internet-based investment simulation combined with an experience sampling procedure. Consistent with the predictions of the model… CONTINUE READING
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