Chan, Evelyn; Mcallister, Daniel
We use insights into the social dynamics of state
paranoia to better understand and explain the evolution and effects of perceived abusive supervision. Within our framework, abusive supervision and employee state par
anoia are reciprocally related. We explain how perceived abusive supervision can influence paranoid arousal
(characterized by extreme distrust, a sense of threat, anxiety and fear of one’s supervisor) and paranoid cognition (characterized by hypervigilance, rumination, and...[Show more]
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