Emotional stability and attributional style: Relationship and implications for research and practice

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Title Emotional stability and attributional style: Relationship and implications for research and practice
Author Poropat, Arthur Eugene
Editor Sheehan,M., Ramsay,S., Patrick,J.
Year Published 2000
Place of publication Brisbane
Publisher Griffith University
Abstract Personality traits have been shown to have significant impacts upon work performance, however the underlying nature of personality and the reasons for its impact have not been explained. One particular dimension of personality, Emotional Stability, has been shown to predict performance and has theoretical links with a cognitive process variable, attributional style. This study found a significant relationship between Emotional Stability and attributional style. Implications of these results for employee selection and training are discussed.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
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Publication Title Transcending Boundaries: Integrating people, processes and systems
Conference name Transcending Boundaries: Integrating people, processes and systems
Location Brisbane
Date From 2000-09-06
Date To 2000-09-06
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/1214
Date Accessioned 2001-01-01
Language en_AU
Research Centre Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing
Subject Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Publication Type Full Written Paper - Refereed Proceedings
Publication Type Code e1

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