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Title Satisfaction-Rewards-Performance Relationships : A Correlational-Causal Analysis  
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Name 南, 隆男  
Kana ミナミ, タカオ  
Romanization Minami, Takao  
Affiliation Faculty of Letters and the Institute for Management and Labor Studies, Keio University  
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Romanization Schieman, William A.  
Affiliation Organizational Behavior Graduate Program, Georgia Institute of Technology  
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東京  
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Name 三田哲學會  
Kana ミタ テツガクカイ  
Romanization Mita tetsugakukai  
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Issued (from:yyyy) 1978  
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Name 哲學  
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Issue 67  
Year 1978  
Month 3  
Start page 147  
End page 171  
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05632099  
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The relationship between satisfaction, rewards or outcomes, and performance has been of prime interest for at least four decades now, and inevitably will continue to be popular until man finds some answers to the model linking these concepts. Despite the time and energy devoted to this area, not to speak of the space given this topic in the literature, little, if any, " conclusive " evidence has come forth. In an effort to obtain a better understanding of the performance-satisfaction relationship, and, to relate and give some direction to some of the traditional work done, a particular approach was employed. This study was designed to examine any causal relationships that might exist between our performance measure, various rewards or outcomes, and a global measure of satisfaction. The data provided the needed sufficiency for a look at causality : longitudinal measurements and correlational-causal analysis. Within this study, the Porter and Lawler model of performance causing satisfaction through outcomes, was not substantiated.; although moderate evidence was presented for a correlational relationship between satisfaction and performance moderated by intrinsic and interpersonal (extrinsic) rewards. No causal relationship was discovered supporting " human relations " movement (i. e., satisfaction causing performance) either. Some of many implications from these results were suggested for understanding complicate behavior patterns within complex industrial organizations in Japan.
 
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/ Public / Faculty of Letters / Philosophy / 67 (197803)
 
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