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      Knowledge hiding as a barrier to thriving: The mediating role of psychological safety and moderating role of organizational cynicism

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      Journal of Organizational Behavior
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                Journal
                Journal of Organizational Behavior
                J. Organiz. Behav.
                Wiley
                0894-3796
                1099-1379
                September 05 2019
                September 2019
                March 03 2019
                September 2019
                : 40
                : 7
                : 800-818
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Department of ManagementDeakin Business School, Deakin University Victoria Australia
                [2 ]School of ManagementQueensland University of Technology Brisbane Queensland Australia
                [3 ]College of Business, Law and GovernanceJames Cook University Townsville Queensland Australia
                [4 ]Department of Business AdministrationYanbian University Yanji China
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                10.1002/job.2358
                fb34c6af-6904-4ca0-a0ac-7225a22e64f6
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