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Attribution theory in the organizational sciences : theoretical and empirical contributions

Author: Mark J Martinko
Publisher: Greenwich, CT : IAP-Information Age Pub., ©2004.
Series: Advances in attribution theory.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book argues that conventional interpretation of Freudian psychology has not accounted for the death anxiety and its relation to illusions and delusions. It contends that there is evidence to  Read more...

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Florida State International Symposium on Attribution Theory (2nd : 2004).
Attribution theory in the organizational sciences.
Greenwich, CT : IAP-Information Age Pub., ©2004
(DLC) 2004014524
(OCoLC)55730013
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark J Martinko
ISBN: 9781607528210 1607528215
OCLC Number: 827236568
Notes: "Product of the 2nd Florida State International Symposium on Attribution Theory held in February 2004"--Foreword.
Description: 1 online resource (x, 312 pages).
Contents: Attribution theory and organizational psychology / Bernard Weiner --
Social motivation and moral emotions / Bernard Weiner --
Attributions and the action cycle of work / Terence R. Mitchell [and others] --
Positive and negative affect and explanatory style as predicators of work attitudes / William L. Gardner, Elizabeth J. Rozell, and Fred O. Walumbwa --
Attribution and burnout / Jonathon R.B. Halbesleben and M. Ronald Buckley --
Core self-evaluations, aspirations, success, and persistence / Timothy A. Judge and John D. Kammeyer-Mueller --
An exploratory study of workplace aggression / Mark J. Martinko and Sherry E. Moss --
A preliminary examination of the role of attributions and emotions in the transactional stress model / Kelly L. Zellars [and others] --
Social attributional style / Neal F. Thomson and Mark J. Martinko --
Follower attributions of leader manipulative and sincere intentionality / Marie T. Dasborough and Neal M. Ashkanasy --
Conflict management, an attributional perspective / Charles Joseph and Scott Douglas --
An attributional-empathy approach to conflict and negotiation in multicultural settings / Hector Betancourt --
Antecedents to dissatisfaction with an international joint venture partner / Daniel Laufer and Byung Hee Lee --
A theorectical frame for post-crisis communication / W. Timothy Coombs --
Parting thoughts / Mark J. Martinko.
Series Title: Advances in attribution theory.
Responsibility: edited by Mark J. Martinko.
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