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Psychol Bull. 2003 Nov;129(6):914-45.

The affective underpinnings of job perceptions and attitudes: a meta-analytic review and integration.

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  • 1Department of Psychology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA. carl@cornerstone-mgtdev.com

Abstract

Using psychometric meta-analysis, the authors present a quantitative and qualitative review (k = 205, total pairwise N = 62,527) of the literature relating trait and state positive affect (PA) and negative affect (NA) to job-related attitudes, including job satisfaction, organizational commitment, turnover intentions, and dimensions of job burnout. Results indicated substantial correlations, ranging in absolute value from -.17 (PA and turnover intentions; NA and personal accomplishment) to.54 (NA and emotional exhaustion). Correlational results largely were consistent across hypothesized and exploratory moderator conditions. Meta-analytic multiple regression results generally supported the unique contribution of each affect to each attitude variable of interest. Implications and suggestions for future research on emotion-related aspects of job attitudes are discussed.

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14599288
DOI:
10.1037/0033-2909.129.6.914
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