Degree Granting Department
Paul Spector, Ph.D.
Russell E. Johnson, Ph.D.
Jennifer Bosson, Ph.D.
affect, deviance, sabotage, withdrawal, theft, undermining, horseplay, abuse, anger, anxiety, shame, envy, jealousy, boredom
The current study investigates how discrete negative emotions are related to specific facets of counterproductive work behaviors (CWB). The sample consisted of 241 employees who reported their frequency of experiencing negative emotions and their frequency of committing CWBs in the workplace. For 103 employees, supervisor reports of employee CWB were also obtained. The findings provide evidence that a wide range of negative emotions are related to most of the sub facets of CWB. There was also some evidence that supervisor reports differ systematically from employee reports of CWB. The theoretical, methodological, and organizational implications are discussed.
Scholar Commons Citation
Bauer, Jeremy Allen, "The Role of Discrete Emotions in Predicting Counterproductive Work Behavior" (2011). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.