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中心副教授杜旌在Journal of Business and Psychology发表论文

发布时间:2015-1-20      来源:admin      阅读次数:2938

    中心副教授杜旌及其合作者在Journal of Business and Psychology发表论文“Multi-level Longitudinal Dynamics Between Procedural Justice and Interpersonal Helping in Organizational Teams”. Journal of Business and Psychology致力于发表高质量的研究来推进组织科学和实践,该刊主要关注组织/工业心理学、组织行为、人力资源管理、工作心理学、职业心理学等领域,2013年该刊的影响因子为1.544。该刊属于武汉大学经济与管理学院的B级英文奖励期刊。

    Abstract

    Purpose Procedural justice (PJ) is a meaningful predictor of prosocial behavior. This study expands prior studies by theorizing and empirically validating the potential multilevel effects of PJ on the helping behavior of group members. Specifically, we examined the effects of individual PJ perceptions and group-level PJ climate on helping behavior. We further propose theoretically plausible mediators of the PJ-helping relationship and the potential moderating functions of the PJ climate strength.

    Methodology We employed multi-wave data collected from 1,064 employees in 107 work teams over a three-year period to test the multi-level effects of PJ on helping behavior. Results of the multi-level analysis showed that PJ climate enhances helping behavior by two intervening processes, namely, the group-level coworker trust climate and individual-level organizational commitment. Moreover, the level and strength of PJ climate served as cross level moderators that amplify the individual-level effect of PJ perceptions on helping behavior.

    Implications By employing a three-wave time-lagged design, this study demonstrated the interplay between PJ perceptions and PJ climate, which induced changes in the helping behavior of group members by multi-level mediating and moderating processes that unfold over a substantial period of time.

    Originality/Value This study theorized and empirically validated multi-level processes involving PJ as a predictor of individual helping behavior by specifying the intermediate mechanisms and boundary conditions that account for these unexplored interpersonal phenomena. The use of multi-wave data revealed the temporal development of this multi-level dynamics in organizational teams.
    Keywords  Procedural justice climate; Coworker trust climate; Climate strength; Organizational commitment; Helping behavior; Multi-level analysis

    Citation: Du, J., Shin.Y, & Choi, J. N. (2015).Multi-level Longitudinal Dynamics between Procedural Justice and Interpersonal Helping in Organizational Teams. Journal of Business and Psychology. 513-528

 

 

 

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