Emotions in the Workplace: Understanding the Structure and Role of Emotions in Organizational Behavior

Synopsis

After years of neglect, organizational research has increasingly focused on emotions at work. This book is the first to bring together recent findings in one place and present a solid industrial/organizational research perspective on this complex area of inquiry. Emotions in the Workplace offers a concise, scholarly introduction to new developments and an overview of how basic theory and research in affect and emotions has influenced the science and practice of industrial/organizational psychology. A varied and distinguished group of contributors examines emotional regulation in organizations on a number of different levels, integrating research on individual, dyadic, group, and organizational-level phenomena. In one convenient volume, the book addresses a wide range of key topics, including aggression at work, emotional labor, the work-family interface, and more.Contributors include:Richard D. ArveyBlake E. AshforthAnalea L. BrauburgerEd DienerP. Christopher EarleyClare A. FrancisJennifer M. GeorgeTheresa M. GlombAlicia A. GrandeyJennifer L. HarveyRuth KanferTracy KantrowitzRichard J. KlimoskiRandy J. LarsenRichard LucasRobert G. LordShelley MacDermidS. Douglas PughAnat RafaeliAlan M. SaksBrenda L. SeeryPiers SteelHoward M. I. WeissMonica C. WorlineAmy Wrzesniewski

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Robert G.
  • Richard J. Klimoski
  • Ruth Kanfer
  • Howard M. Weiss
  • Randy J. Larsen
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • San Francisco
Publication year:
  • 2002