A Meta-Analytic Test of the Challenge Stressor–Hindrance Stressor Framework: An Explanation for Inconsistent Relationships Among Stressors and Performance

@article{Lepine2005AMT,
  title={A Meta-Analytic Test of the Challenge Stressor–Hindrance Stressor Framework: An Explanation for Inconsistent Relationships Among Stressors and Performance},
  author={Jeffery A Lepine and Nathan P. Podsakoff and Marcie A. LePine},
  journal={Academy of Management Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={48},
  pages={764-775}
}
This article reports a meta-analytic test of a two-dimensional work stressor framework with respect to stressors' relationships with strains, motivation, and performance. Hindrance stressors had a ... 

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