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The antecedents and consequences of fear at work. / Jordan, Peter; Troth, Ashlea ; Ashkanasy, Neal; Humphrey, Ronald.

The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect. ed. / Liu-Qin Yang; Russell Cropanzano; Catherine Daus; Vicente Martínez-Tur. Cambridge : Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., 2020. p. 402-413 (Cambridge handbooks in psychology).

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Jordan, P, Troth, A, Ashkanasy, N & Humphrey, R 2020, The antecedents and consequences of fear at work. in L-Q Yang, R Cropanzano, C Daus & V Martínez-Tur (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect. Cambridge handbooks in psychology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., Cambridge, pp. 402-413. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108573887

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Jordan, P., Troth, A., Ashkanasy, N., & Humphrey, R. (2020). The antecedents and consequences of fear at work. In L-Q. Yang, R. Cropanzano, C. Daus, & V. Martínez-Tur (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect (pp. 402-413). (Cambridge handbooks in psychology). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108573887

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Jordan P, Troth A, Ashkanasy N, Humphrey R. The antecedents and consequences of fear at work. In Yang L-Q, Cropanzano R, Daus C, Martínez-Tur V, editors, The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect. Cambridge: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020. p. 402-413. (Cambridge handbooks in psychology). https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108573887

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Jordan, Peter ; Troth, Ashlea ; Ashkanasy, Neal ; Humphrey, Ronald. / The antecedents and consequences of fear at work. The Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect. editor / Liu-Qin Yang ; Russell Cropanzano ; Catherine Daus ; Vicente Martínez-Tur. Cambridge : Cambridge: Cambridge University Press., 2020. pp. 402-413 (Cambridge handbooks in psychology).

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