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Title: Learning culture and affective well-being at work: how does the need for individual growth matter in this relationship?
Author: Rebelo, Teresa
Sousa, Bruno
Dimas, Isabel
Lourenço, Paulo
Keywords: Organizational learning culture
Job-related affective well-being
Individual growth need strength
STAR models
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Drustvo Psihologa Srbije
Abstract: The present research aims (a) to assess the impact that a learning context has on people, namely in terms of their affective well-being at work; and (b) to understand the role of individual growth need strength in this relationship. A cross-sectional research design was conducted, in which were surveyed 145 public service workers. A structured additive regression (STAR) model was proposed for the analysis of the data. A linear effect of one dimension of learning culture (external adaptation), and a nonlinear effect of individual growth need on affective well-being were identified. Although the moderation effects were not statistically significant, the findings suggested a pattern where a balance between learning culture and individual growth need levels lead to higher values of affective well-being
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.2298/PSI160502005R
ISSN: 0048-5705
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