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Interpersonal Trust and Emotion as Antecedents of Cooperation: Evidence From Korea

Interpersonal Trust and Emotion as Antecedents of Cooperation: Evidence From Korea

Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Volume 41, Issue 7, pages 1603–1631, July 2011

DONGSEOP LEE, ALEXANDER D. STAJKOVIC, BONGSOON CHO

In this field study (n = 514), we examined the relationships among interpersonal trust, interpersonal emotion, cooperation, and the characteristics of both the trustor and trustee at work. We found that interpersonal trust and interpersonal emotion were positively related to willingness to cooperate among members working in teams. We also found that interpersonal emotion was positively related to interpersonal trust. Interpersonal trust and interpersonal emotion, in turn, were predicted by 3 trustee characteristics: ability, benevolence, and integrity. Together, interpersonal trust, interpersonal emotion, and trustee characteristics accounted for 70% of the variance in willingness to cooperate among the team members

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