Aleksander A. Gorbatkow

ON THE DEPENDENCE OF EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING ON A LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE: PROPOSED MODEL

In many researches the following data are received: the correlations between a level of performance and emotional well-being are generally weak positive; the low and high levels of activity complexity and novelty are less emotive than intermediate levels; the emotional well-being is not bipolar. The integration of these findings gener­ates model of dynamics of emotions during development of performance: At the first stage of this process the positive and negative emotions grow, but negative grow more quickly; the positive-negative balance of emotions fall, the engagement grow. At the second stage the positive emotions continue to grow, and the negative emotions begin to fall; the positive-negative balance grow, the engagement continue to grow and then begin to fall. At the third stage both the positive and negative emotions fall, but posi­tive fall more quickly; the balance and the engagement fall too. The generalization and limitation of the model and perspectives of next researches are discussed.

Autor: Ewelina Soszyńska
Ostatnia aktualizacja: 12.03.2007, godz. 19:05 - Ewelina Soszyńska