Kazumi Kubota

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This study investigated the distinctiveness between workaholism and work engagement by examining their longitudinal relationships (measurement interval=7 months) with well-being and performance in a sample of 1,967 Japanese employees from various occupations. Based on a previous cross-sectional study (Shimazu & Schaufeli, 2009), we expected that workaholism(More)
OBJECTIVES Although it is understood that work-related factors, including job demands, job control, and workplace support, are associated with workers' health and well-being, the role played by personal characteristics, especially workaholism, has not been fully investigated. This study examined workaholism's associations with psychological ill health, low(More)
Mb describe the design and implementation of a constraint management facility for our active object-oriented database system called Jasmine/A. The facility includes integrity constraints, events/triggers, and constraint rules. The facility enables the user to handle both interobject and intraobject constraints, to define both primitive and composite events,(More)
Nowadays, structured data such as sales and business forms are stored in data warehouses for decision makers to use. Further, unstructured data such as emails, html texts, images, videos, and oftIce documents are increasingly accumulated in personal computer storage due to spread of mailing, Www, and word processing. Such unstructured data, or what we call(More)
The present study examined the association between workaholism, the tendency to work excessively hard in a compulsive fashion, and sleep problems among Japanese nurses. A cross-sectional survey was conducted among 600 nurses from 2 university hospitals in Japan using a self-reported questionnaire on workaholism, sleep, job-related variables (i.e., job(More)
BACKGROUND This study focused on workaholism as a personal attitude toward work and examined its effects on sleep quality among Japanese employees from various occupations. PURPOSE The present study aimed to demonstrate the prospective association of workaholism (i.e., working excessively hard in a compulsive fashion) with sleep quality among Japanese(More)