Joint moderating effects of self-efficacy and coping on social stressor-psychological strain relationships in Greater China : evidence from three subregions

Oi Ling SIU, Paul E. SPECTOR, Chang qin LU, Luo LU

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Abstract

This chapter explores the relationship between two focal social stressors (interpersonal conflict and organizational politics) and psychological strains (job satisfaction and psychological symptoms). We also examine an unexplored mechanism of how self-efficacy and active coping might protect employees from negative effects of social stressors.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCoping, personality and the workplace: Responding to psychological crisis and critical events
PublisherGower Publishing
Pages67-81
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)9781472416827
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016

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Stressors
Psychological strain
Self-efficacy
Greater China
Moderating effect
Employees
Psychological symptoms
Job satisfaction
Organizational politics

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SIU, O. L., SPECTOR, P. E., LU, C. Q., & LU, L. (2016). Joint moderating effects of self-efficacy and coping on social stressor-psychological strain relationships in Greater China : evidence from three subregions. In Coping, personality and the workplace: Responding to psychological crisis and critical events (pp. 67-81). Gower Publishing.
SIU, Oi Ling ; SPECTOR, Paul E. ; LU, Chang qin ; LU, Luo. / Joint moderating effects of self-efficacy and coping on social stressor-psychological strain relationships in Greater China : evidence from three subregions. Coping, personality and the workplace: Responding to psychological crisis and critical events. Gower Publishing, 2016. pp. 67-81
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Coping, personality and the workplace: Responding to psychological crisis and critical events. Gower Publishing, 2016. p. 67-81.

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