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The moderating roles of self-esteem and neuroticism in the relationship between group and individual undermining behavior

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posted on 2006-09-01, 00:00 authored by M K Duffy, Jason Shaw, K L Scott, B J Tepper
The authors developed and tested a multilevel interactive model of the relationship between group undermining and individual undermining behavior in 2 multiwave studies of group members. Integrating the literature on group influences on individual behavior with the individual difference literature, the authors predicted a 3-way Group Undermining Ã- Self-Esteem Ã- Neuroticism interaction, such that the relationship between group and individual undermining would be strongest among those simultaneously high in self-esteem and neuroticism. The 3-way interaction was supported in Study 1 (457 participants in 103 groups) and replicated in Study 2 (415 participants in 93 groups) with additional controls and alternative measures of key constructs. The authors discuss the implications of the research and identify future research directions. Copyright 2006 by the American Psychological Association.

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Journal

Journal of applied psychology

Volume

91

Issue

5

Pagination

1066 - 1077

Publisher

American Psychological Association

Location

Washington, D.C.

ISSN

0021-9010

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

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