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The Resource Feedback : the communication of praise, criticism, and advice, edited by Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey, & Karen M. Douglas

Feedback : the communication of praise, criticism, and advice, edited by Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey, & Karen M. Douglas

Label
Feedback : the communication of praise, criticism, and advice
Title
Feedback
Title remainder
the communication of praise, criticism, and advice
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey, & Karen M. Douglas
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Sutton, Robbie
  • Douglas, Karen
  • Hornsey, Matthew J
Series statement
Language as social action
Series volume
v. 11
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Feedback (Psychology)
  • Interpersonal communication
Label
Feedback : the communication of praise, criticism, and advice, edited by Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey, & Karen M. Douglas
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Feedback: a justice motive perspective
  • Soeren Umlauft & Claudia Dalbert
  • Subtle linguistic variation in feedback
  • Karen M. Douglas & Yvonne Skipper
  • Mixed signals: culture and construal in the provision of feedback across group boundaries
  • Paul K. Piff & Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton
  • Praising others to affirm one's self: egalitarian self-image motives and the positive feedback bias to minorities
  • Kent D. Harber & Kathleen A. Kennedy
  • More science than art: understanding and reducing defensiveness in the face of criticism of groups and cultures
  • Matthew J. Hornsey, Carla Jeffries, & Sarah Esposo
  • Feedback: an introduction
  • Criticism through the lens of interpersonal competence/
  • William R. Cupach & Christine L. Carson
  • Hurftul events as feedback
  • Anita L. Vangelisti & Alexa D. Hampel
  • Feedback processes in intimate relationships: the costs and benefits of partner regulation strategies
  • NIckola C. Overall, Garth J.O. Fletcher & Rosabel Tan
  • Theoretical frameworks for and empirical evidence on providing feedback to employees
  • Gary P. Latham, Bonnie Hayden Cheng, & Krista Macpherson
  • Not everyone is above average: providing feedback in formal job performance evaluations
  • James L. Farr, Nataliya Baytalsakya & Johanna E. Johnson
  • Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey & Karen M. Douglas
  • Feedback in organizations: individual differences and the social context
  • Paul E. Levy & Darlene J. Thompson
  • Upward communication in organizations: how ingratiation and defensive reasoning impedge thoughtful action
  • Dennis Tourish & Naheed Tourish
  • Feedback-seeking behavior in organizations: research, theory and implications
  • Katleen De Stobbeleir & Susan Ashford
  • Feedback in schools
  • John Hattie
  • Helping construct desirable identities: an extension of Kelly's (2000) model of self-concept change
  • Anita E. Kelly
  • Interpersonal aspects of receiving evaluative feedback
  • Using feedback to prepare people for health behavior change in medical and public health settings
  • Colleen M. Klatt & Terry A. Kinney
  • Promoting parenting competence through a self-regulation approach to feedback
  • Matthew R. Sanders, Trevor G. Mazzucchelli & Alan Ralph
  • Feedback: conclusions
  • Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey & Karen M. Douglas
  • Mark R. Leary & Meredith L. Terry
  • The benefits of self-verifying feedback
  • Christine Chang & William B. Swann Jr.
  • Self-enhancing feedback
  • Erica G. Hepper & Constantine Sedikides
Control code
ocn761538026
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
vi, 359 p.
Isbn
9781433105128
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2011046970
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)761538026
Label
Feedback : the communication of praise, criticism, and advice, edited by Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey, & Karen M. Douglas
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Feedback: a justice motive perspective
  • Soeren Umlauft & Claudia Dalbert
  • Subtle linguistic variation in feedback
  • Karen M. Douglas & Yvonne Skipper
  • Mixed signals: culture and construal in the provision of feedback across group boundaries
  • Paul K. Piff & Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton
  • Praising others to affirm one's self: egalitarian self-image motives and the positive feedback bias to minorities
  • Kent D. Harber & Kathleen A. Kennedy
  • More science than art: understanding and reducing defensiveness in the face of criticism of groups and cultures
  • Matthew J. Hornsey, Carla Jeffries, & Sarah Esposo
  • Feedback: an introduction
  • Criticism through the lens of interpersonal competence/
  • William R. Cupach & Christine L. Carson
  • Hurftul events as feedback
  • Anita L. Vangelisti & Alexa D. Hampel
  • Feedback processes in intimate relationships: the costs and benefits of partner regulation strategies
  • NIckola C. Overall, Garth J.O. Fletcher & Rosabel Tan
  • Theoretical frameworks for and empirical evidence on providing feedback to employees
  • Gary P. Latham, Bonnie Hayden Cheng, & Krista Macpherson
  • Not everyone is above average: providing feedback in formal job performance evaluations
  • James L. Farr, Nataliya Baytalsakya & Johanna E. Johnson
  • Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey & Karen M. Douglas
  • Feedback in organizations: individual differences and the social context
  • Paul E. Levy & Darlene J. Thompson
  • Upward communication in organizations: how ingratiation and defensive reasoning impedge thoughtful action
  • Dennis Tourish & Naheed Tourish
  • Feedback-seeking behavior in organizations: research, theory and implications
  • Katleen De Stobbeleir & Susan Ashford
  • Feedback in schools
  • John Hattie
  • Helping construct desirable identities: an extension of Kelly's (2000) model of self-concept change
  • Anita E. Kelly
  • Interpersonal aspects of receiving evaluative feedback
  • Using feedback to prepare people for health behavior change in medical and public health settings
  • Colleen M. Klatt & Terry A. Kinney
  • Promoting parenting competence through a self-regulation approach to feedback
  • Matthew R. Sanders, Trevor G. Mazzucchelli & Alan Ralph
  • Feedback: conclusions
  • Robbie M. Sutton, Matthew J. Hornsey & Karen M. Douglas
  • Mark R. Leary & Meredith L. Terry
  • The benefits of self-verifying feedback
  • Christine Chang & William B. Swann Jr.
  • Self-enhancing feedback
  • Erica G. Hepper & Constantine Sedikides
Control code
ocn761538026
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
vi, 359 p.
Isbn
9781433105128
Isbn Type
(hbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2011046970
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)761538026

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