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The authors conducted an experimental laboratory study and a longitudinal field study to investigate the impact of followers' arousal on ratings of charisma. Both studies examined 2 contrasting hypotheses: (a) the misattribution hypothesis, which posits a direct effect of arousal, and (b) the response-facilitation hypothesis, which posits an interactive(More)
Based on the effort-recovery model, this study links work-family conflict (WFC) and family-work conflict (FWC) with the concept of recovery. The authors hypothesize that 2 recovery strategies-psychological detachment from work and verbal expression of emotions-moderate the relationship of these 2 types of conflict with 2 indicators of well-being, namely(More)
OBJECTIVE Research at the end of life tends to focus on the dying patient's symptoms, often overlooking issues associated with family interactions. However, many families struggle just to maintain or initiate these valuable connections. The purpose of our pilot study was to explore family relationships at the end of life and investigate associations among(More)
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to generate an explanatory model of the coping strategies that adolescents employ to manage the stressors they experience in the final months of their ill parent's life and shortly after their death. METHOD The sample included 26 families of adolescents with a parent receiving care in a large hospice program in northeastern(More)
PURPOSE This research examined uncertainty as a salient theme for families in which a parent was dying while receiving hospice care. METHODS Interviews were conducted with 61 participants from 26 families in the parent study to explore the strategies used by adolescents with a parent in a hospice. Second interviews were conducted with 15 original(More)
OBJECTIVE Many people experience an ongoing relationship with a deceased loved one. This is called a "continued bond." However, little is known about the adolescent experience with continued bonds once a parent has died. This study describes three ways that adolescents continue their relationship with a parent after that parent's death. METHOD Individual(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Drawing on social comparison and identity literature, we suggest that individuals' comparisons of themselves to their own standards of leadership relate to their leadership motivation. We propose and test a model of motivation to lead (MTL) based on two types of self-to-leader comparisons: self-to-exemplar and(More)
  • M Murray Mayo
  • 2016
Interviews conducted with adolescents living with a dying parent were examined to identify the type of interactions the adolescents had with members of a hospice healthcare team. Four types of interactions were identified: No Interactions, In-passing Interactions, Engaged Interactions, and Formal Interactions. Results indicated that most of the adolescents(More)
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