Affect, stress, and health: The role of work characteristics and work events

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Research on organizational behavior and occupational health has undergone an “affective revolution” highlighting the crucial role of affective work-related experiences for individuals and organizations (Ashkanasy & Dorris, 2017). In this chapter, we present a process model of work-related affect, stress, and health (see Figure 8.1). We review and integrate organizational stress and affect research, covering cross-sectional and longitudinal studies (i.e., focusing on chronic processes and between-person differences) as well as experience-sampling studies (i.e., focusing on transient processes and within-person variability). We discuss complex relationship patterns and causal pathways, and offer avenues for future research.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
TitelThe Cambridge Handbook of Workplace Affect
HerausgeberLiu-Qin Yang, Russell Cropanzano, Catherine Daus, Vincente Martinez-Tur
Anzahl der Seiten15
ErscheinungsortCambridge
VerlagCambridge University Press
Datum2020
Seiten105-119
ISBN (Print)978-1-108-49403-8, 978-1-108-46378-2
ISBN (elektronisch)978-1-108-57388-7
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PublikationsstatusErschienen - 2020

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