Newcomer socialization: predicting the development of organizational identification over time

Laura Smith, Catherine Amiot, Victor Callan, Joanne Smith, Debbie Terry

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Abstract

In two longitudinal studies, we test the utility of a stress and coping model of identity integration to predict the processes by which newcomers develop identification with a new organization at multiple levels over time.

Conference

ConferenceGeneral Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2011
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period13/07/1116/07/11

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Organizational identification
Longitudinal study
Stress and coping
Newcomers
Socialization

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Smith, L., Amiot, C., Callan, V., Smith, J., & Terry, D. (2011). Newcomer socialization: predicting the development of organizational identification over time. 33. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2011, Stockholm, Sweden.

Newcomer socialization : predicting the development of organizational identification over time. / Smith, Laura; Amiot, Catherine; Callan, Victor; Smith, Joanne; Terry, Debbie.

2011. 33 Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2011, Stockholm, Sweden.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Smith, L, Amiot, C, Callan, V, Smith, J & Terry, D 2011, 'Newcomer socialization: predicting the development of organizational identification over time' General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2011, Stockholm, Sweden, 13/07/11 - 16/07/11, pp. 33.
Smith L, Amiot C, Callan V, Smith J, Terry D. Newcomer socialization: predicting the development of organizational identification over time. 2011. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2011, Stockholm, Sweden.
Smith, Laura ; Amiot, Catherine ; Callan, Victor ; Smith, Joanne ; Terry, Debbie. / Newcomer socialization : predicting the development of organizational identification over time. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2011, Stockholm, Sweden.1 p.
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