Daily fluctuations in teachers' well-being: a diary study using the Job Demands-Resources model.

@article{Simbula2010DailyFI,
  title={Daily fluctuations in teachers' well-being: a diary study using the Job Demands-Resources model.},
  author={Silvia Simbula},
  journal={Anxiety, stress, and coping},
  year={2010},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={563-84}
}
The study tests the dynamic nature of the Job Demands-Resources model with regard to both motivational and health impairment processes. It does so by examining whether daily fluctuations in co-workers' support (i.e., a typical job resource) and daily fluctuations in work/family conflict (i.e., a typical job demand) predict day-levels of job satisfaction and mental health through work engagement and exhaustion, respectively. A total of 61 schoolteachers completed a general questionnaire and a… CONTINUE READING

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