POSITIVE AFFECT, SYSTEMATIC COGNITIVE PROCESSING, AND BEHAVIOR: TOWARD INTEGRATION OF AFFECT, COGNITION, AND MOTIVATION

This paper argues for the integration of affect, cognition, and motivation, and suggests that this integration can be especially helpful in understanding organizational behavior, a point developed but in a slightly different way, by Ashkanasy in his recent paper, “Emotions in organizations: A multi-level perspective.”

Alice M Isen

2004

Scholarcy highlights

  • This paper argues for the integration of affect, cognition, and motivation, and suggests that this integration can be especially helpful in understanding organizational behavior, a point developed but in a slightly different way, by Ashkanasy in his recent paper, “Emotions in organizations: A multi-level perspective.”
  • This paper points out that recent research has made clear that it is a misconception to think that positive affect typically leads to heuristic processing and interferes with systematic cognitive processing

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