An empirical examination of self-reported work stress among U.S. managers.

@article{Cavanaugh2000AnEE,
  title={An empirical examination of self-reported work stress among U.S. managers.},
  author={Marcie A. Cavanaugh and Wendy R. Boswell and Mark V. Roehling and John W. Boudreau},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={85 1},
  pages={
          65-74
        }
}
This study proposes that self-reported work stress among U.S. managers is differentially related (positively and negatively) to work outcomes depending on the stressors that are being evaluated. Specific hypotheses were derived from this general proposition and tested using a sample of 1,886 U.S. managers and longitudinal data. Regression results indicate that challenge-related self-reported stress is positively related to job satisfaction and negatively related to job search. In contrast… 

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