Evolving understanding of work-related hostility : a biopsychosocial exploration

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Cooper, Paul (Researcher in business);
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This theoretical (non-empirical) thesis presents a new conceptual framework for studying behaviour in organizations. This is synthesized from the theory of evolution and commensurate concepts (the biopsychosocial approach to behaviour and human ethology) and is offered ... View more
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