Effects of Manipulated Job Stressors and Job Attitude on Perceived Job Conditions: A Simulation
Occupational Stress, Work (Attitudes Toward), Working Conditions, Emotional States, Employee Attitudes, Job Satisfaction, Simulation
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Examine the roles of job attitude (operationalized by job satisfaction) and stressful job conditions on individuals' affective reactions (feelings of stress, frustration, and job satisfaction), perception of job stressors (role ambiguity, role conflict, work load, and autonomy), and task perceptions (skill variety, feedback, task identity, and task significance) / a simulated laboratory design was used / [18–54 yr old college students] were asked to imagine they were working on a simulated job, and their task perceptions were evaluated
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Effects of Manipulated Job Stressors and Job Attitude on Perceived Job Conditions: A Simulation, in S. L. Sauter & L. R. Murphy (Eds.), Organizational Risk Factors for Job Stress, American Psychological Association, p. 341-356
Scholar Commons Citation
Chen, Peter Y. and Spector, Paul E., "Effects of Manipulated Job Stressors and Job Attitude on Perceived Job Conditions: A Simulation" (1995). Psychology Faculty Publications. 569.