What goes around comes around: How meso-level negative emotional contagion can ultimately determine organizational attitudes toward leaders

@article{Dasborough2009WhatGA,
  title={What goes around comes around: How meso-level negative emotional contagion can ultimately determine organizational attitudes toward leaders},
  author={Marie T. Dasborough and Neal M. Ashkanasy and Eugene Y. J. Tee and Herman H. M. Tse},
  journal={Leadership Quarterly},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={571-585}
}

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