Toward a Perceptual Model of Smoking Policy Satisfaction
Influences on employee satisfaction with company smoking policies were examined with a perceptual model involving smoking policy restrictiveness, smoking status, smoking attitudes, and perceptions of policies (pro- versus anti-smoking). Although the responses of American students to systematically varied written scenarios supported most predictions based on the model, significant nonlinear relationships between policy perceptions and policy satisfaction suggested the need for a more elaborate theory than originally proposed.
Bloom, A. J., Smoot, D. A., Shore, T. H., & Shore, L. M. (1992). Toward a perceptual model of smoking policy satisfaction. Journal of Social Psychology, 132(6), 675-684.