Daniel J Beal
Affiliation: Rice University
- Episodic processes in emotional labor: perceptions of affective delivery and regulation strategiesDaniel J Beal
Department of Psychology, Rice University, Houston, TX, USA
J Appl Psychol 91:1053-65. 2006..In addition, surface actors exhibit more general tendencies to devalue themselves and experience fewer positive emotions...
- An episodic process model of affective influences on performanceDaniel J Beal
Military Family Research Institute, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
J Appl Psychol 90:1054-68. 2005..In the final section of the article, the authors discuss limitations, future research directions, and practical implications for their episodic process model of affect and performance...
- Perceptions of obesity across the lifespanMichelle R Hebl
Department of Psychology, Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA
Obesity (Silver Spring) 16:S46-52. 2008..The current research begins to address this gap by examining the extent to which individuals between 18 and 77 years of age stereotype obesity in 20, 40, and 60-year-old targets...
- Personality predictors of extreme response styleBobby D Naemi
Department of Psychology, Rice University, 6100 Main Street, Houston, TX 77005, USA
J Pers 77:261-86. 2009..These results have implications not only for surveys using rating scales, but also illustrate how epistemic personality factors more generally influence the processing of new information...
- Affect spin and the emotion regulation process at workDaniel J Beal
University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of Psychology, San Antonio, TX 78249, USA
J Appl Psychol 98:593-605. 2013..Although affect spin reflects greater reactivity to affective events, it also provides some degree of a buffer from the fatiguing effects of these events...
- Cohesion and performance in groups: a meta-analytic clarification of construct relationsDaniel J Beal
Military Family Research Institute, Purdue University, 14 North 2nd Street, Suite 300, Lafayette, IN 47901, USA
J Appl Psychol 88:989-1004. 2003..Mullen and C. Copper's (1994) meta-analysis, the 3 main components of cohesion were independently related to the various performance domains. Implications for organizations and future research on cohesion and performance are discussed...