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Published 1976

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...The present study was the first cross-national examination of whether managers who were perceived to be high in work-life balance were expected to be more or...
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Published 1975

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...This study proposes that self-reported work stress among U.S. managers is differentially related (positively and negatively) to work outcomes depending on the...
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Published 2005

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...The present longitudinal survey among 201 telecom managers supports the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model that postulates a health impairment process and a...
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Published 1959

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...This study examined the mechanisms by which negative affectivity (NA) influences two directions of work family conflict: work interference with family (W> F...
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...We review 100 years of research on performance appraisal and performance management, highlighting the articles published in JAP, but including significant work...
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...By and large, prior research has focused on the positive aspects of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). D. W. Organ and K. Ryan (1995) , though, suggest...
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...After summarizing the literature on the various models for the role of social support in the process of work stress, two studies are reported. In the first...
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...Research examining the relationship between work stress and well-being has flourished over the past 20 years. At the same time, research on physiological...
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