Self-Control Demands at Work and Psychological Strain: The Moderating Role of Physical Fitness.
Published 3/20/2018 in vivamind
The present study examined the moderating (buffering) influence of physical fitness on the positive relation between job-related self-control demands and psychological strain. Data from 819 participants were obtained during a voluntary medical checkup. Physical fitness was assessed by a well-established measure of maximal oxygen uptake (expressed as milliliters of oxygen consumed per kilogram...read more ❯
Which Daily Experiences Can Foster Well-Being at Work? A Diary Study on the Interplay Between Flow Experiences, Affective Commitment, and Self-Control Demands
Previous research has provided strong evidence for affective commitment as a direct predictor of employees’ psychological well-being and as a resource that buffers the adverse effects of self-control demands as a stressor. However, the mechanisms that underlie the beneficial effects of affective commitment have not been examined yet. Drawing on the self-determination theory, we propose...read more ❯
Does dispositional capacity for self-control attenuate the relation between self-control demands at work and indicators of job strain?
This study examined whether the individual capacity for self-control (as a psychological resource) moderates (i.e., buffers) the adverse influences of self-control demands (as a psychological work stressor) on employees’ perceived job strain and well-being. To our knowledge this relationship has not previously been studied. In line with the match principle proposed by de Jonge and Dormann...read more ❯
Die Rolle von Self-Monitoring im Prozess der Emotionsarbeit.
Zusammenfassung. Die vorliegende Studie geht der Frage nach, ob situative Kontrollmöglichkeiten die Beziehung zwischen Emotionsarbeit und Beanspruchung moderieren. Die Prüfung dieser Annahme erfolgte auf Grundlage von Fragebogendaten, die bei 326 Sachbearbeitern eines Versicherungsunternehmens erhoben wurden. Als Beanspruchungsindikatoren wurden die Burnoutdimensionen (emotionale...read more ❯
The moderating role of cognitive control deficits in the link from emotional dissonance to burnout symptoms and absenteeism
The present study examines whether cognitive control deficits (CCDs) as a personal vulnerability factor amplify the relationship between emotional dissonance (ED; perceived discrepancy between felt and expressed emotions) and burnout symptoms (emotional exhaustion and depersonalization) as well as absenteeism. CCDs refer to daily failures and impairments of attention regulation, impulse control,...read more ❯