Social Psychology and Organizations
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This edited volume by contributors from various countries and disciplines will bring together research that touches the interface of social psychology, IO psychology and organizational behavior Theories of individuals such as attribution theory, cognitive dissonance, psychological reactance and theories of attitude and persuasion can help explain individual behavior in organizations and guide our understanding of individual's work motivation, and issues relating to performance and job evaluation.
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 9/9/2010
Size: 6.42" wide x 9.06" long x 1.38" tall
|On Social Beings and Organizational Animals: A Social Psychological Approach to Organizations|
|Leadership, Power, and Social Influence|
|Power: A Central Force Governing Psychological, Social, and Organizational Life|
|On Being the Leader and Acting Fairly: A Contingency Approach|
|Managing Normative Influences in Organizations|
|Entrepreneurial Actions: An Action Theory Approach|
|Conflict, Cooperation and Decision Making|
|Responsive Leaders: Cognitive and Behavioral Reactions to Identity Threats|
|The Three Faces of Overconfidence in Organizations|
|Conflict in Workgroups: Constructive, Destructive, and Asymmetric Conflict|
|The Repair of Trust: Insights from Organizational Behavior and Social Psychology|
|Give and Take: Psychological Mindsets in Conflict|
|The Value of Diversity in Organization: A Social Psychological Perspective|
|Antisocial Behavior at Work: The Social Psychological Dynamics of Workplace Victimization and Revenge|
|Creativity in Individuals and Groups: Basic Principles with Practical Implications|
|A Social Identity Approach to Workplace Stress|
|When Good People Do Wrong: Morality, Social Identity and Ethical Behavior|
|Culture and Creativity: A Social Psychological Analysis. Contributor Bios|