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Title: Teoría de los Eventos Afectivos: Revisión de su Impacto y Desarrollo en el Estudio del Afecto en las Organizaciones
Author: Velasco Nuño, Manuel
Director/Tutor: Navarro Cid, José
Keywords: Emocions
Humor (Psicologia)
Afecte (Psicologia)
Tesis de màster
Mood (Psychology)
Affect (Psychology)
Masters theses
Issue Date: Sep-2015
Abstract: The importance of emotions in the field of organizations is the starter engine of this work to which we focus our efforts on one of the most influential proposals in the literature of affect at work; the Affective Events Theory, published in 1996 by Howard M. Weiss and Russell Cropanzano. Since its publication date it has been having increasing impact on the study of emotions and moods at work. Clinging to the proposed model that explains how certain events, influenced by the environment, can cause emotional responses that would determine both behavior and attitudes in the workplace, this paper reviews all those articles that have cited this theory and have been found in the PsycINFO database. On one hand we hope to collect relevant descriptive information to understand the impact of this theory on the literature field, but above all the interest lies in reviewing those articles that have tested one or more of the relationships proposed in the model and thus see how is the empirical field in which it has been unfolding, for ultimately provide guidance for future research.
Note: Treballs Finals del Màster de Gestió i Desenvolupament de Persones i Equips en les Organitzacions, Facultat de Psicologia, Universitat de Barcelona, Curs: 2014-2015, Tutor: José Navarro Cid
Appears in Collections:Màster Oficial - Gestió i Desenvolupament de Persones i Equips en les Organitzacions

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