Attachment and emotion regulation: Compensatory interactions and leader-member exchange

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Attachment and emotion regulation: Compensatory interactions and leader-member exchange
The Leadership Quarterly

The current study draws on attachment theory (Bowlby 1982) to examine how attachment (a relationship-based trait disposition) and the interaction between attachment and emotion regulation relate to LMX quality. Data were collected from subordinates and supervisors in a variety of work settings. Attachment anxiety and attachment avoidance negatively predicted LMX quality. Moderator effects were found between attachment and emotion regulation.

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The Leadership Quarterly Volume 23, Issue 4, August 2012, Pages 686–701

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