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Perceptions Of Authentizotic Climates And Employee Happiness: Pathways To Individual Performance?1

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  • Rego, Armenio
  • Cunha, Miguel Pina e

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We discuss how six dimensions of the authentizotic psychological climate explain stress and affective well-being at work, and how stress and affective well-being explain self-reported individual performance. The sample comprises 199 employees from 118 organizations. The findings indicate the good psychometric properties of the authentizotic climate measure, and suggest that (a) affective well-being, mainly enthusiasm and vigor, explain unique variance of selfreported performance and (b) the perceptions of authentizotic climates explain unique variance of stress, affective well-being and self-reported performance. A configurational approach is also presented for dealing with the ways people combine their perceptions of authentizotic climates, emotional states, stress and self-reported performance.

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  • Rego, Armenio & Cunha, Miguel Pina e, 2006. "Perceptions Of Authentizotic Climates And Employee Happiness: Pathways To Individual Performance?1," FEUNL Working Paper Series wp499, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Economia.
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    1. Cunha, Miguel Pina e & Cardoso, Carlos Cabral & Rego, Armenio & Clegg, Stwart, 2007. "From “This Job Is Killing me” to “I Live in the life I Love and I Love the Life I Live”, or from Stakhanov to Contemporary Workaholics," FEUNL Working Paper Series wp519, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Economia.

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