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      Moral emotions: A review and research agenda for management scholarship

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      Journal of Organizational Behavior
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              Core affect and the psychological construction of emotion.

              At the heart of emotion, mood, and any other emotionally charged event are states experienced as simply feeling good or bad, energized or enervated. These states--called core affect--influence reflexes, perception, cognition, and behavior and are influenced by many causes internal and external, but people have no direct access to these causal connections. Core affect can therefore be experienced as free-floating (mood) or can be attributed to some cause (and thereby begin an emotional episode). These basic processes spawn a broad framework that includes perception of the core-affect-altering properties of stimuli, motives, empathy, emotional meta-experience, and affect versus emotion regulation; it accounts for prototypical emotional episodes, such as fear and anger, as core affect attributed to something plus various nonemotional processes.
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                Journal of Organizational Behavior
                J Organ Behav
                Wiley
                0894-3796
                1099-1379
                November 21 2019
                February 2020
                May 09 2019
                February 2020
                : 41
                : 2
                : 95-114
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Human Resources Management Department, School of Management and Labor RelationsRutgers University Piscataway New Jersey
                [2 ]Management Department, Jon M. Huntsman School of BusinessUtah State University Logan Utah
                [3 ]Management Department, Spears School of BusinessOklahoma State University Stillwater Oklahoma
                [4 ]Department of Management, LeBow College of BusinessDrexel University Philadelphia Pennsylvania
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                10.1002/job.2367
                384300c2-6f15-4681-9116-3671f34b1ba5
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