A Meta-Analytic Investigation of the Relationship Between State Affect, Discrete Emotions, and Job Performance
作者: Kristen M. ShockleyDan IspasMichael E. RossiEdward L. Levine
作者单位: 1Baruch College and The Graduate Center , City University of New York
2Illinois State University
3U.S. Office of Personnel Management
4University of South Florida
刊名: Human Performance, 2012, Vol.25 (5), pp.377-411
来源数据库: Taylor & Francis Journal
DOI: 10.1080/08959285.2012.721832
原始语种摘要: The relationship between affect and job performance has been the topic of previous meta-analytic investigations. However, these studies have been limited by their focus on only one form of affect, trait dimensional affect, or failure to differentiate between various forms of affect, such as state affect and emotions. The present study extends past research by meta-analytically examining the association between state dimensional affect and discrete emotions and three dimensions of job performance, task performance, organizational citizenship behavior, and counterproductive work behavior. In addition, we examined subgroup differences according to the temporal consistency of performance and affect measurement, and we reviewed studies that assessed the affect–performance link using...
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