When organization meets emotions, does the socio-relational framework fail?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32 (5):391-391 (2009)
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We suggest that the framework proposed by Vigil is useful in laboratory contexts but might come up short for in vivo social interactions. Emotions result from cost-benefits trade-offs but are not solely generated at the individual level to establish emotional social spheres. In organizational contexts, emotion expression can be a constitutive part of a professional activity, and observed sex differences might vanish

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