Personality at Work: The Role of Individual Differences in the Workplace

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Name index

a
Aboud, J. 178
Abramson, L. 160-1
Adams, J. 209
Adlam, K. 112
Adler, S. 17-18 , 343
Ahmed, S. 86 , 191
Aldag, R. 245
Alderfer, C. 131-2
Allerhand, M. 303
Allison, C. 89
Allodi, F. 261
Amos, W. 185
Anderson, C. 21 , 194
Andrews, C. 349 , 351
Andrews, I. 256
Andrisani, P. 153
Anthony, W. 117-18
Argyle, M. 98 , 312-14 , 369
Arnett, J. 264
Arsenault, A. 257
Arvey, R. 214-15 , 239 , 326 , 327
Atkinson, G. 89
Atkinson, J. 189
Ayers, J. 281

b
Babu, P. 187
Baehr, M. 233 , 234 , 235
Bailey, J. 186
Bakke, E. 304
Balch, R. 114 , 115
Banks, M. 301 , 312
Banks, O. 118
Baran, P. 171
Barbarik, L. 261
Barren, G. 260
Bartell, R. 302
Barthol, R. 45-6 , 122-3
Bartnick, L. 116
Bartol, K. 246 , 248
Bartram, D. 74-5
Bates, G. 101
Beaton, R. 56
Beatty, R. 17
Beaubrun, M. 283
Beck, K. 272
Becker, B. 153-4
Begley, T. 186 , 187 , 188 , 191-2 , 195 , 271
Behrman, J. 351
Belbin, M. 349 , 368-71
Bem, S. 247 , 290-1
Bendig, A. 70-1 , 73
Benge, E. 245
Bennett, S. 117
Bentz, V. 56-8 , 83
Berman, F. 327
Bernardin, H. 17 , 257
Betz, N. 108
Biberman, G. 86
Biesheuvel, S. 192
Birley, S. 182
Bishop, D. 76
Blau, G. 155
Blaycock, B. 67
Blinkhorn, S. 374
Block, T. 245
Bluen, S. 271
Blum, R. 115
Blumenthal, J. 271
Blunt, P. 74
Boddy, J. 219
Bohannon, W. 84
Bond, M. 136 , 366
Booth-Kewley, S. 279-80

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