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The Internet has made a significant impact on work and the personal lives of people around the world. While access to the Internet has changed the ways work can be carried out, it has also increased the opportunities for people to cyberloaf, while under the guise of doing work. Cyberloafing is the act of employees using their companies' Internet access for(More)
The Internet is a powerful tool that has changed the way people work. However, the ubiquity of the Internet has led to a new workplace threat to productivity-cyberloafing. Building on the ego depletion model of self-regulation, we examine how lost and low-quality sleep influence employee cyberloafing behaviors and how individual differences in(More)
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This study examines the effects of gender and previous experience with financial hardship on people's attitudes toward money in Singapore. The respondents consisted of 152 undergraduate students who attended management classes at a local university. Factor analysis of items measuring attitudes toward money revealed eight distinct dimensions. Logistic(More)
This article proposes and tests a social-cognitive framework for examining the joint influence of situational factors and the centrality of moral identity on moral intentions and behaviors. The authors hypothesized that if a situational factor increases the current accessibility of moral identity within the working self-concept, then it strengthens the(More)
A prospective survey of antibiotic prescribing patterns in six Ministry of Health general hospitals in Malaysia was undertaken. Information on antibiotic prescriptions including the types of antibiotics used and the purposes for prescription was obtained through the use of questionnaires. A total of 1,918 antibiotic prescriptions were available for(More)
AIM OF STUDY This study examined the level of knowledge of SARS transmission among Singaporeans and their willingness to disclose their health condition to others. We also examined respondents' perceived effects of SARS on work and organisations and their attitudes toward issues of privacy and disclosure of medical information. METHOD Respondents(More)