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Individuals: B.E. Ashforth, N.M. Ashkanasy, L.F. Barrett, L.G. Barron, J.E. Bono, R.E. Boyatzis, Z.S. Byrne, T.G. Cage, Y. Cohen-Charash, C.L. Cooper, S. Cote, F. Damen, M.T. Dasborough, C.S. Daus, T. DeGroot, J.M. Diefendorff, V.U. Druskat, A.H. Fischer, C.D. Fisher, J. health, B.L. Fredrickson, M. Frese, I.G. Gewurz, D.E. Gibson, S. Hareli, C.E.J. Hartel, N.S. Hartman, D. Holman, R.H. Humphrey, Q.N. Huy, R. Ilies, S. Jin, P.J. Jordan, T.A. pass judgement on, J.D. Kammeyer-Mueller, R. Kanfer, J.B. Kellett, S. Kopelman, C.T. Kulik, R. Kumar, S.A. Lawrence, A.S.R. Manstead, D. Martinez-Inigo, S. Michie, C.T.H. Miners, S. Moon, D.L. Nelson, C.K. Ng, B. Parkinson, L.M. Penney, M.G. Pratt, A. Rafaeli, J. Rank, R.J. Reichard, E.M. Richard, R.E. Riggio, R. Russell-Bennett, R. Saavedra, V. Sacharin, L.E. Sekerka, M.-G. website positioning, M. Sinclair, R.G. Sleeth, P.E. Spector, %. Stubblebine, A. Tombs, M.A. Tomiuk, P. Totterdell, H.H.M. Tse, W.W. van Dijk, F. van Harreveld, G.A. Van Kleef, B. van Knippenberg, D. van Knippenberg, D.T. Wagner, L. Wang, S.B. Wolff, K.F.E. Wong

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The availability of a simple, convenient, clean and reliable measure of affective experience could have contributed to the wide adoption of the PA/NA model relative to the valence/arousal model among organizational scholars. , 1989b), where the subject is asked to place a single mark on a two-dimensional space of pleasure–displeasure and arousal–sleepiness. , 2003) used it. This is perhaps due to its unconventional measurement approach, that is, using a one-item scale to measure multiple constructs simultaneously.

In addition, we found another reason that may explain the limited use of the dimensional models. The majority of the articles (21 out of 39, or 54%) that focused on moods or general affect (other than discrete emotions) did not explicitly consider the dimensions of the two alternative models in conceptualizing moods or affect. A more common conceptualization has been one that distinguishes affective states into positive versus negative moods (also called positive or negative affect) (see, Brief & Weiss, 2002).

In this case, the valence and arousal dimensions become the primary axes that subsume the PA and NA dimensions as well as other discrete emotion episodes. Another useful approach is the hierarchical model developed by Tellegen et al. (1999). In their model, discrete emotional experiences are placed at the bottom as the first-order factors, which constitute the second-order factors of PA and NA at the middle of the hierarchy, which in turn, are subjected to the one bipolar, third-order factor of hedonic tone and/or pleasantness at the top.

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