The Effect Of Mood On Social Value Orientation: Positive Mood Induces Prosocial Behavior While Negative Mood Induces Individualistic And Competitive Behavior

Kopelman, Shirli; Thompson, L, (1998). The Effect Of Mood On Social Value Orientation: Positive Mood Induces Prosocial Behavior While Negative Mood Induces Individualistic And Competitive Behavior. Kellogg Journal Of Organization Behavior, , , 1–31.

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