Non-instrumental voice and extra-role behaviour
The instrumental power associated with voicing opinions to an authority was manipulated to observe the effects upon subsequent discretionary, extra-role behaviours. In two experiments, the provision of non-instrumental voice increased extra-role behaviours above a no voice condition. Experiment 2 also showed that this relationship was mediated by procedural-justice perceptions, but not respect from, or social identification with, the group. The implications of these data for current theory, as...[Show more]
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