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

By Roy L. Payne; Cary L. Cooper | Go to book overview

Index
Achievement 9
Acting 251
Activation 111
Activation, high states of 26
Affect, valence of 36
Affect 25, 36, 133
Affect circumplex 37
Affect framework 36
Affect, bipolarity of 111
Affect, theory of 156
Affective arousal 52
Affective Events Theory 159
Affect-performance relationship 157
Affiliation 17
Aggregation issue 158
Aggression 63
Amygdala 96
Anger 17, 55, 62, 120, 335
Anxiety 14, 64, 107, 205
Appraisal 7, 53, 58
Argyle 10
Arousal 7, 112, 119
Assertiveness 231
Attitudes 153
Autonomy 331
Beck depression inventory 118, 126
Benchmarking 320
Bereavement 16
Big Five 33, 47
Big Three 34
Big Two 35
Biological correlates 86
Biological evolutionary approach 6
Bipolarity of emotions 87
Blood pressure 122
Blue collar workers 274
Bonfire tradition 179
Brain opiates 90
Brain structures 93
Branding 227
Bureaucracy 173, 219, 284
Burnout 58
Burolandschaft 290
Career advancement 71
Cathartic reset 248, 257
Cause and effect analysis 61
Ceremonies 186, 189
Change 319
Change initiatives 321
Cingulate gyrus 95
Circadian rhythms 28
Clear-desk policy 297
Cognition in organisations 228
Cognitive functioning 108
Cognitive-behavioural perspective 9
Cognitive-emotional-relational approach 49, 75
Collectivism 308, 311
Collectivist cultures 316
Communication 9

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