C G Hepburn

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The authors hypothesized that children's perceptions of their parents' job insecurity mediate the effects of parental job insecurity and layoffs on children's work beliefs and work attitudes. Male and female undergraduate students (N = 134; M age = 18.9 years), as well as their mothers (M age = 47.0 years) and fathers (M age = 49.1 years), participated(More)
A model was developed specifying that the number of hours employees spend providing care to or interacting with elderly parents predicts conflict between the roles of employee and caregiver. Interrole conflict was subsequently expected to predict partial absence from work (e.g., arriving late). Seventeen employed eldercare providers completed a daily(More)
The authors developed and tested a model in which children who perceive their parents to be insecure about their jobs are distracted cognitively, which in turn affects their academic performance negatively. Participants were 102 female and 18 male undergraduates (mean age = 18 years), their fathers (mean age = 49 years), and their mothers (mean age = 47(More)
Seasonal agricultural workers are hired in some sectors for intermittent manual weed removal, a stoop and grasp harvesting task likely similar to those associated with the high prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders in agriculture. Evaluation of this task in an experimental situation would be useful for identifying and controlling musculoskeletal injury(More)
  • J R Z Abela, Mcintyre-Smith, A Dechef, Albert, J M Angerer, G Banauch +51 others
  • 2005
depression: A test of the specific vulnerability and symptom specificity hypothesis. (2000). Ambulance personnel and critical incidents: Impact of accident and emergency work on mental health and emotional well-being. and pain complaints among firefighters and paramedics. 307 intervention for a metropolitan fire department.Autonomy Scale: A measure of(More)
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