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The Effect of Group Level Factors on Affective Convergence in Teams: an agent Based Mode
Previous research supports the idea that affective convergence occurs in teams. The phenomenon of group affect has been well documented, however the group level conditions through which affective convergence emerges has ...
Caregiver Impact of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Assessing Stress, Sense of Competence, and Relationship Satisfaction
While the impact of psycho-social variables has been evaluated for children with chronic illness and related disabilities, questions remain unanswered for families affected by ASD. Participants included 68 primary caregivers ...
Satisfaction with Ability and Reported Functional Impairment in Cancer Survivors with Chronic Illness-Related Fatigue
Long-term consequences of cancer have assumed more importance than ever before as cancer survival rates have increased over the past few decades. As a result, cancer has been conceptualized more recently as a chronic ...
Is 'How'm I Doin'?' a Universal Question? Unpackaging Cultural Differences in Feedback Seeking
The feedback literature is based on the premise that given a favorable context and a drive to reduce uncertainties, all individuals should seek self-relevant performance information. However, this framework has only been ...