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Person-environment congruence and perceived work climate

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Correspondence to W. Bruce Walsh.

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This research summarizes Joan O. Hildebrand's doctoral dissertation in counseling psychology from The Ohio State University.

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Hildebrand, J.O., Walsh, W.B. Person-environment congruence and perceived work climate. J Career Dev 15, 121–133 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01321563

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Keywords

  • Social Psychology
  • Social Issue
  • Work Climate