The research under taken by Bacharach and Bamberger (2007) had four main hypotheses. These hypotheses pertained to the following.
- The first set hypothesis states that Icv is linked with negative psychological states (Dep, Anx and Str) and the Ptd as the Icv can directly influence and condition the Ptd, however the relationship can vary in the intensity depending on the work units.
- The second hypothesis states that the Pus and Puc support the direct association that exists between the Iei and the Icv and the impact that it has on the negative emotional state (Dep, Anx, Str) of the employees at the post event stage.
- The third hypothesis is divided into two sections as depicted:
The first part of the third hypothesis states that the Puc determines the strength and the weakness of the relationship between Icv and Ptd. The stronger Puc depicts that the relationship between the Icv and the Ptd is weak; while the weaker Puc depicts that the relationship between the Icv and the Ptd is strong.
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