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J Appl Psychol. 2006 Jul;91(4):841-55.

"All in a day's work": how follower individual differences and justice perceptions predict OCB role definitions and behavior.

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  • 1Department of Organization Behavior, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India. dishan_kamdar@isb.edu

Abstract

The authors draw on theories of social exchange and prosocial behavior to explain how employee perceptions of procedural justice and individual differences in reciprocation wariness, empathic concern, and perspective taking function jointly as determinants of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) role definitions and behavior. As hypothesized, empirical findings from a field study show both direct and interactive effects of procedural justice perceptions and individual differences on OCB role definition. In turn, OCB role definitions not only predict OCB directly but also moderate the effects of procedural justice perceptions on OCB. The authors explore the implications of these findings for practice as well as research.

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