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A Louisiana Tech University business professor has co-authored an article that has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.

Rebecca J. Bennett, the Herbert McElveen Professor of Management in the department of management and information systems at Louisiana Tech, is co-author of the article titled “An Empirical Test of Forgiveness Motives’ Effects on Employees’ Health and Well-Being.”
This two-part study revealed five motives for forgiveness of workplace offenses — apology, moral, religious, relationship and lack of alternatives — and then examined the association of these motives with health and stress.

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