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Emotion Regulation at Work and at Home  

Alicia A. Grandey and Morgan A. Krannitz

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Jul 2016
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Apr 2015
To effectively perform our roles, emotions need to be regulated while both at work (e.g., with customers, supervisor) and at home (e.g., with children, partner); yet, researchers often ... More

Improving Team Communication for Better Health Behavior  

Christopher P. Nemeth

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Oct 2013
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Dec 2013
Health-care activities rely on the acquisition, portrayal, and analysis of diagnostic and therapeutic information as an integral part of patient care. As a service provided by multiple ... More

The Mindful Negotiator: Strategic Emotion Management and Well-being  

Shirli Kopelman, Orli Avi-Yonah, and Akshaya K. Varghese

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Aug 2011
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Nov 2012
This chapter adopts a positive organizational scholarship lens to examine negotiation theory. Whether focusing on cognitive or social processes, the basic assumptions of most negotiation ... More

Resources, Resourcing, and Ampliative Cycles in Organizations  

Martha S. Feldman and Monica C. Worline

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Aug 2011
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Nov 2012
This chapter presents an overview of resourcing theory, comparing it with other perspectives such as resource dependence and the resource based view of the firm. After developing an ... More

Sleep, Work, and Occupational Stress  

Torbjörn Åkerstedt and Göran Kecklund

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Mar 2012
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Sep 2012
Work is a necessity of life and has many positive effects on human well-being, but some aspects may also be a threat to well-being. The present chapter has focused on some of the factors ... More

Socialization Perspectives and Positive Organizational Scholarship  

Blake E. Ashforth, Karen K. Myers, and David M. Sluss

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Aug 2011
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Nov 2012
Research on socialization in organizational contexts has followed four relatively independent paths: socialization stage models, socialization tactics, newcomer proactivity, and ... More

Subjective Well-being in Organizations  

Arnold B. Bakker and Wido G.M. Oerlemans

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Aug 2011
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Nov 2012
This chapter focuses on the concept of subjective well-being (SWB) in organizations. We use the circumplex model of affect as a theoretical framework to distinguish between specific types ... More

Substance Use and School and Occupational Performance  

Ioana Popovici and Michael T. French

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Oct 2016
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Jul 2014
Health economists have been actively investigating the relationships between substance use and educational achievement/labor market performance outcomes. Although researchers agree on the ... More

Substance Use in Specific Settings: The Workplace and the Military  

Genevieve Ames and Roland S. Moore

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Sep 2016
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Aug 2014
National surveys in the United States and elsewhere reveal a wide range in rates of heavy drinking across occupations, with the highest in construction and lowest in educational ... More

Virtuousness in Organizations  

Kim S. Cameron and Bradley Winn

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Aug 2011
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Nov 2012
Virtuousness represents the best of the human condition or the highest aspirations human beings hold for themselves. In organizations, virtuousness is often manifest in collective displays ... More

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