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Although previous research has established that employee silence can weaken organizational performance and development, less is known about potential detrimental effects of silence on individual employees, who may believe that they have plausible reasons for remaining silent. We propose negative effects of silence on employee well-being, focusing on relationships of four differentially motivated forms of silence (i.e., acquiescent, quiescent, prosocial, and opportunistic) with three components o...
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The present study aimed to advance insight in the role of leisure time physical activity (LTPA) in the recovery process, by focusing on the strenuousness of LTPA. It was proposed that - compared with less strenuous LTPA - more strenuous LTPA would show stronger positive relationships with recovery through higher levels of mental disengagement from stressors resulting from more strenuous LTPA. This hypothesis was examined in two studies, in which participants' positive and negative affective stat...
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#1Eugene Ohu (Pan-Atlantic University)
#2Christiane Spitzmueller (UH: University of Houston)H-Index: 12
Last.Jia Yu (UH: University of Houston)H-Index: 1
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