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Affect, Emotion and Emotion Regulation in the Workplace: Feelings and Attitudinal Restructuring
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  • Michele Williams, Cornell University
Publication Date
1-1-2015
Abstract

[Excerpt] Almost 40 years after publishing A Behavioral Theory of Labor Negotiations in 1965, the fields of negotiations and organizational behavior experienced an “affective revolution” (Barsade, Brief and Spataro 2003). Although Walton and McKersie could not have predicted the widespread academic and public interest in emotion and emotional intelligence, they foreshadowed this affect-laden direction in the section of their book on attitudinal structuring, which identified the dimension of friendliness-hostility as a critical aspect of the relationship between negotiating parties in the workplace and other settings.

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Williams, M. (2015) Affect, emotion and emotion regulation in the workplace: Feelings and attitudinal restructuring[Electronic version]. Retrieved [insert date] from Cornell University, ILR school site: http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/955

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© Wiley. Final version to be published as: Williams, M. (Forthcoming). Affect, emotion and emotion regulation in the workplace: Feelings and attitudinal restructuring. Negotiation Journal. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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Michele Williams. "Affect, Emotion and Emotion Regulation in the Workplace: Feelings and Attitudinal Restructuring" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michele_williams/15/