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Always Getting The Short End Of The Stick: The Effects Of Negative Affectivity On Perceptions Of Equity
Wayne A. Hochwarter, Lee P. Stepina and Pamela L. Perrewe
Journal of Managerial Issues
Vol. 8, No. 4 (Winter 1996), pp. 457-469
Published by: Pittsburg State University
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40604120
Page Count: 13
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This field study investigated the effects of negative affectivity (NA) on perceptions of pay, supervision, and job characteristic equity. Previous works have suggested that high NA individuals tend to perceive themselves and the world around them negatively and distort ambiguous information to fit a negative schema. The sample consisted of 102 managers of a large automobile distributorship. Results indicated that negative affectivity significantly lowered perceptions of pay, supervision and job characteristic equity. Implications of these findings from theoretical and managerial perspectives as well as avenues for future research in this area are provided.
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