Master of Science
Dr. Natalie Allen
This investigation explored the extent to which individuals’ teamwork self-efficacy moderated the relations between their equity sensitivity orientation and their team reward attitude. Two studies were conducted to examine this relation. The first examined the dimensionality of equity sensitivity, whereas the second examined the relation among the three constructs. Participants (N = 1455) completed a battery of questionnaires through an online testing process that included measures of equity sensitivity, teamwork self-efficacy, and team reward attitudes. Results of a confirmatory factor analysis showed that equity sensitivity is bidimensional, consisting of two factors: input and outcome orientation. Moreover, results showed that teamwork self-efficacy moderated the relation between the input and outcome orientation interaction when predicting an individual’s attitude towards a team reward.
Woodley, Hayden Jerney Randolph, "The Effects of Equity Sensitivity and Teamwork Self-Efficacy on Team Reward Preference" (2012). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository. 667.