The Mediating Roles Of Psychological Contract Fulfillment

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Hypothesis For this study the authors gave five hypotheses. These hypotheses were related to the mediating roles of psychological contract fulfillment, need for change and trust. Trust being the only one included in three of the hypotheses. For hypothesis 1 the authors hypothesized that psychological contract fulfillment moderates the relationship of attitude toward change and change information, therefore change information is positively correlated to psychological contract fulfillment. Furthermore psychological contract fulfillment would be positively correlated to behavioral, affective, and cognitive dimensions of attitude toward change. For hypothesis 2 it was hypothesized by the authors that perceived need for change influences the relationship between change information and attitude toward change showing that change information and perceived need for change are positively correlated. Also that perceived need for change is positively correlated to the behavioral, affective, and cognitive dimension of attitude toward change. For hypothesis 3a, it was hypothesized that trust moderates the relationship between attitude toward change and change information, therefore there’s a positive correlation between trust and change information, and trust and the affective, behavioral, and cognitive dimension of attitude toward change. Furthermore, for hypothesis 3b, the authors hypothesized that trust affected psychological contract fulfillment in a positive way. Lastly, for…

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