Affect and Groups (Research on Managing Groups and Teams) by Elizabeth Mannix, Margaret A. Neale, Cameron Anderson

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Fairness theory (Folger & Cropanzano, 2001) proposes that emotions play an important role in reactions to justice and that these reactions are made automatically. , Folger, 1987; Judge, Scott, & Ilies, 2006). We propose in our study that when individuals involved in a process conflict perceive themselves to be unfairly treated by their group members, they are more likely to become emotional over process issues than if they had a process disagreement but did not feel they had been unfairly treated.

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