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Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale: Two Factors or Method Effects.
Self‐esteem is one of the most studied constructs in psychology. It has been measured with a variety of methods and instruments. Although Rosenberg's (1965) self‐report scale is one of the most… Expand
Modelling safety climate in the prediction of levels of safety activity
Abstract This study examined the architecture of the relationships between components of organizational safety climate, including employee attitudes to safety issues and perceptions of the work… Expand
A cross-validation of a structural equation model of accidents: Organizational and psychological variables as predictors of work safety
A study to establish a structural equation model of accidents is presented. The eight variables included in the model were those associated with accidents in previous research. The reliability of… Expand
The effects of organizational and individual factors on occupational accidents
This study examined the relationships between individual psychological, work environment and organizational variables and occupational accidents using structural equation modelling with latent… Expand
Health and Safety Management in UK and Spanish SMEs: A Comparative Study
This paper reports on a survey carried out among United Kingdom (UK) and Spanish small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to establish their approach to health and safety management and determine views on… Expand
Psychological and physical dimensions explaining life satisfaction among the elderly: a structural model examination.
- J. Mélendez, J. Tomás, Amparo Oliver, E. Navarro
- Psychology, Medicine
- Archives of gerontology and geriatrics
- 1 May 2009
The aim of the present paper is to analyze the effects of psychological well-being, physical functioning and socio-demographic factors on life satisfaction. Both a bivariate and a multivariate level… Expand
Safety Culture: The Prediction of Commitment to Safety in the Manufacturing Industry
This paper reports one aspect of a large-scale study of safety culture in 13 companies operating in the manufacturing sector in the UK. The study is based on data collected from three different… Expand
Explaining Method Effects Associated With Negatively Worded Items in Trait and State Global and Domain-Specific Self-Esteem Scales
Several investigators have interpreted method effects associated with negatively worded items in a substantive way. This research extends those studies in different ways: (a) it establishes the… Expand
Safety climate: its nature and predictive power.
El clima organizacional y los climas especificos de diversos aspectos organizacionales, como el clima de seguridad han suscitado abundante literatura, tanto teorica como empirica, y su utilidad… Expand
Predicting success indicators of an intervention programme for convicted intimate-partner violence offenders: The Contexto Programme
Recent legal changes in Spain have led to an important increase in the number of men court-mandated to community-based partner violence offender intervention programmes. However, just a few of those… Expand