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Zoekopdracht: faculteit: "FMG" en publicatiejaar: "1998"

AuteursC.K.W. de Dreu, E. Giebels, E. van de Vliert
TitelSocial motives and trust in integrative negotiation: the disruptive effects of punitive capability
TijdschriftJournal of applied psychology
Jaargang83
Jaar1998
Nummer3
Pagina's408-422
FaculteitFaculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Instituut/afd.FMG: Psychology Research Institute
Trefwoordenpsychology; cooperation; negotiation; discussion
SamenvattingTwo studies tested the effects of negotiators' social motive (cooperative vs. individualistic) and punitive capability (high vs. low) on trust, negotiation behavior, and joint outcomes. On the basis of structural goal-expectation theory (T. Yamagishi, 1986), it was predicted that in the case of a cooperative motive higher levels of punitive capability lead to less trust, less exchange of information about preferences and priorities, and agreements of lower joint outcome. Study 1 (N = 41) supported this prediction: Cooperative negotiators had lower trust, exchanged less information, and attained lower joint outcomes under high rather than low punitive capability; individualistic negotiators were not influenced by punitive capability, presumably because they have low levels of trust to start with. Study 2 (N = 21) showed that these effects happened because higher levels of punitive capability increase conflict avoidance in negotiators with a cooperative motive.
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