Insomnia, Emotions, and Job Satisfaction: A Multilevel Study

@inproceedings{Scott2006InsomniaEA,
  title={Insomnia, Emotions, and Job Satisfaction: A Multilevel Study},
  author={Brent A. Scott and Timothy A. Judge},
  year={2006}
}
The authors used experience-sampling methodology to investigate the dynamic relationships among insomnia, emotions, and job satisfaction. Over a period of 3 weeks, 45 employees completed surveys each workday, producing a total of 550 observations. Results revealed that, within individuals, insomnia was associated with increased feelings of hostility and fatigue and decreased feelings of joviality and attentiveness. Insomnia was also negatively related to job satisfaction, and this relationship… CONTINUE READING

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