Emotions at Work: Theory, Research, and Applications in Management

By Roy L. Payne; Cary L. Cooper | Go to book overview
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Contents
About the editorsix
List of contributorsxi
Prefacexix
Part IThe nature of emotion
Chapter 1Varieties and functions of human emotion Robb Stanley and Graham Burrows3
Chapter 2Emotion, mood, and temperament: similarities, differences, and a synthesis
Elizabeth Gray and David Watson21
Chapter 3Discrete emotions in organizational life Richard Lazarus and Yochi Cohen-Charash45
Part IIMeasuring and assessing emotion at work
Chapter 4Emotions in the workplace: biological correlates Maurice King85
Chapter 5Measuring emotions at work Roy Payne107
Part IIIOrganizational influences on emotion
Chapter 6Affect at work: a historical perspective Howard Weiss and Art Brief133
Chapter 7Culture as a source, expression, and reinforcer of emotions in organizations
Janice Beyer and David Nino173

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