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Seong, Jee Young
School of Business Administration
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  • Person-Environment Fit
  • Team Diversity
  • Non-Regular Workers and Work-Life Balance

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Can We Get Some Cooperation Around Here? The Mediating Role of Group Norms on the Relationship Between Team Personality and Individual Helping Behaviors

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Can We Get Some Cooperation Around Here? The Mediating Role of Group Norms on the Relationship Between Team Personality and Individual Helping Behaviors
Author
Gonzalez-Mule, ErikDeGeest, David S.McCormick, Brian W.Seong, Jee YoungBrown, Kenneth G.
Keywords
helping behaviors; personality; teams; fit
Issue Date
2014-09
Publisher
AMER PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC
Citation
JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, v.99, no.5, pp.988 - 999
Abstract
Drawing on the group-norms theory of organizational citizenship behaviors and person-environment fit theory, we introduce and test a multilevel model of the effects of additive and dispersion composition models of team members' personality characteristics on group norms and individual helping behaviors. Our model was tested using regression and random coefficients modeling on 102 research and development teams. Results indicated that high mean levels of extraversion are positively related to individual helping behaviors through the mediating effect of cooperative group norms. Further, low variance on agreeableness (supplementary fit) and high variance on extraversion (complementary fit) promote the enactment of individual helping behaviors, but only the effects of extraversion were mediated by cooperative group norms. Implications of these findings for theories of helping behaviors in teams are discussed.
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10.1037/a0037278
ISSN
0021-9010
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