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Looking at both sides of the social exchange coin: A social cognitive perspective on the joint effects of relationship quality and differentiation on creativity
Liao H.; Liu D.; Loi R.
2010
Source PublicationAcademy of Management Journal
ISSN14273
Volume53Issue:5Pages:1090
AbstractWe propose a cross-level contingent process model based on social cognitive theory to explain how and when the quality of social exchange relationships with a supervisor (leader-member exchange; LMX) and fellow team members (team-member exchange; TMX) affect individual creativity in work teams. Using longitudinal, multisource data for 828 employees on 116 teams, we found LMX and TMX had unique indirect effects on employee creativity via self-efficacy. Further, moderated path analysis revealed LMX differentiation attenuated LMX quality's direct effect on self-efficacy and indirect effect on creativity, whereas TMX differentiation augmented TMX quality's direct effect on self-efficacy and indirect effect on creativity. © Academy of Management Journal.
DOI10.5465/amj.2010.54533207
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Language英语
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
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Liao H.,Liu D.,Loi R.. Looking at both sides of the social exchange coin: A social cognitive perspective on the joint effects of relationship quality and differentiation on creativity[J]. Academy of Management Journal,2010,53(5):1090.
APA Liao H.,Liu D.,&Loi R..(2010).Looking at both sides of the social exchange coin: A social cognitive perspective on the joint effects of relationship quality and differentiation on creativity.Academy of Management Journal,53(5),1090.
MLA Liao H.,et al."Looking at both sides of the social exchange coin: A social cognitive perspective on the joint effects of relationship quality and differentiation on creativity".Academy of Management Journal 53.5(2010):1090.
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