An experience sampling study of learning, affect, and the demands control support model.

@article{Daniels2009AnES,
  title={An experience sampling study of learning, affect, and the demands control support model.},
  author={Kevin Daniels and Grahame Boocock and Jane Glover and Julie S Holland and Ruth Hartley},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={94 4},
  pages={1003-17}
}
The demands control support model (R. A. Karasek & T. Theorell, 1990) indicates that job control and social support enable workers to engage in problem solving. In turn, problem solving is thought to influence learning and well-being (e.g., anxious affect, activated pleasant affect). Two samples (N = 78, N = 106) provided data up to 4 times per day for up… CONTINUE READING