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Perceived organizational support and police performance: The moderating influence of socioemotional needs
Journal of Applied Psychology
Police patrol officers were surveyed to investigate how the strength of socioemotional needs affects the relationship between perceived organizational support (POS) and work performance. The association of POS with driving-under-the-influence arrests and speeding citations generally increased with strength of the needs for esteem, affiliation, emotional support, and social approval. Patrol officers with strong socioemotional needs, but not those with weak needs, showed a positive relationshipdoi:10.1037/0021-9010.83.2.288 pmid:9577236 fatcat:hkq7we6pk5dnblk7lll4j7h7qu