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Extraversion, neuroticism and coping as variables in the stress and burnout process : a pilot study using a population of child care workers.
Personality, ways of coping and occupational burnout were examined within the context of child care work, using a number of self-report questionnaires. Subjects included 70 full-time child care workers from children's homes ...
A comparative study of the perceived stress, coping strategies and the general health of the middle managers and workers.
Three questionnaires were administered to 75 workers and 75 middle managers in the Durban-based Portnet business unit of Transnet. The aims of this administration were the following: * to establish whether there is any ...
Personality correlates to performance under stress in simulated chemical plant emergencies.
When a fault develops in a chemical plant process, the plant operator must identify the fault rapidly and take immediate corrective action. The interaction of process factors varies from fairly to highly complex (in extreme ...
The influence of role-related stressors on educator burnout.
This study examined the relationship between select role-related stressors, as measured by the Teacher Stress Measure, as well as the background variables of gender, years of experience as aspects of educator burnout, as ...