Examining the Factors Impacting Academics’ Psychological Well-Being: A Review of Research

  title={Examining the Factors Impacting Academics’ Psychological Well-Being: A Review of Research},
  author={Raheleh Salimzadeh and A. Saroyan and N. Hall},
  journal={International Economic Review},
  • Raheleh Salimzadeh, A. Saroyan, N. Hall
  • Published 2017
  • Economics
  • International Economic Review
  • Existing research suggests that academics are subjected to high levels of job-related stress. Numerous aspects of an academic career such as time constraint, work overload, work-life conflict, and emotional demands are stressful and trigger negative emotional responses. There is further evidence to suggest that job-related stress compromises physical and psychological well-being, and impairs productivity among academics. The purpose of the present paper was to review the empirical research on… CONTINUE READING


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