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Negative affectivity: moderator or confound in emotional dissonance-outcome relationships?
J Psychol. 1999 Jan; 133(1):61-72.JP

Abstract

This study was an examination of the impact of negative affectivity on relationships between emotional dissonance, job satisfaction, and emotional exhaustion. Negative affectivity is the predisposition to view life in negative terms. Emotional dissonance originates from the conflict between expressed and experienced emotions. In organizations that require the expression of positive emotions, high negative affectivity individuals may experience conflict between expressed, positive emotions and felt, negative emotions. A moderator effect exists when high negative affectivity individuals experience greater job dissatisfaction and emotional exhaustion. Alternatively, negative affectivity may exert a confounding effect through its relationship to both emotional dissonance and its outcomes. Empirical tests showed that negative affectivity moderated the emotional dissonance-job satisfaction relationship and confounded the emotional dissonance-emotional exhaustion relationship.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Farquhar Center for Undergraduate Studies, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314, USA. abraham@polaris.ncs.nova.edu

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article
Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10022078

Citation

Abraham, R. "Negative Affectivity: Moderator or Confound in Emotional Dissonance-outcome Relationships?" The Journal of Psychology, vol. 133, no. 1, 1999, pp. 61-72.
Abraham R. Negative affectivity: moderator or confound in emotional dissonance-outcome relationships? J Psychol. 1999;133(1):61-72.
Abraham, R. (1999). Negative affectivity: moderator or confound in emotional dissonance-outcome relationships? The Journal of Psychology, 133(1), 61-72.
Abraham R. Negative Affectivity: Moderator or Confound in Emotional Dissonance-outcome Relationships. J Psychol. 1999;133(1):61-72. PubMed PMID: 10022078.
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