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Why do girls do better in reading than boys? How parental emotional contagion explains gender differences in reading achievement Journal article
Psychology in the Schools, 2020,Volume: 57,Issue: 2,Page: 310-319
Authors:  Nalipay, Ma Jenina N.;  Cai, Yuyang;  King, Ronnel B.
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emotional contagion  gender differences  reading achievement  reading emotions  
How does procedural justice climate influence individual outcomes? An affective perspective Journal article
Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2015,Volume: 32,Issue: 3,Page: 771-800
Authors:  Lin,Xiaowan
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Affective Tone  Emotional Contagion  Individual Affect  Procedural Justice Climate  Susceptibility To Emotional Contagion  Task Interdependence  
An Affective Perspective on the Cross-level Influence of Procedural Justice Climate Conference paper
the 2015 Asia Academy of Management conference
Authors:  Lin, X. W.
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Procedural justice climate  emotional contagion  individual affect  affective tone  susceptibility to emotional contagion  task interdependence  
How does procedural justice climate influence individual outcomes? An affective perspective Conference paper
the International Association for Chinese Management Research (IACMR), Hong Kong, June 20-24, 2012
Authors:  Lin, Xiaowan
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Task Interdependence  Procedural Justice Climate  Emotional Contagion  Individual Affect  Affective Tone  Susceptibility To Emotional Contagion