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Contingent beliefs as predictors of within-person variation in conscientiousness at work

Minbashian, A.; Wood, R.E.; Beckmann, N.

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Authors

A. Minbashian

R.E. Wood



Contributors

G.T. Solomon
Editor

Abstract

The article focuses on contingent beliefs that can predict the within-person variations of personality which affect conscientiousness in the workplace. Evaluation is based three psychological aspects of job performance which are task importance, task difficulty, and task urgency. The research methods used in this study include the experience sampling questionnaire and an analysis of the latent-state conscientiousness construct by hierarchical linear modeling. The author suggests that work behavior is related to personality function.

Citation

Minbashian, A., Wood, R., & Beckmann, N. (2009). Contingent beliefs as predictors of within-person variation in conscientiousness at work. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2009(1), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2009.44256425

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Aug 1, 2009
Deposit Date Oct 10, 2011
Publicly Available Date Apr 15, 2015
Journal Academy of Management Proceedings
Print ISSN 0065-0668
Electronic ISSN 1543-8643
Publisher Academy of Management
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 2009
Issue 1
Pages 1-6
DOI https://doi.org/10.5465/ambpp.2009.44256425
Keywords Work orientations, Personality & situation, Task performance, Individual differences, Organizational behaviour, Psychological aspects, Social science research, Methodology, Organizational sociology research.

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