Job stressors, personality and burnout in primary school teachers.

  title={Job stressors, personality and burnout in primary school teachers.},
  author={Constantinos M. Kokkinos},
  journal={The British journal of educational psychology},
  volume={77 Pt 1},
BACKGROUND Teaching is considered a highly stressful occupation. Burnout is a negative affective response occurring as a result of chronic work stress. While the early theories of burnout focused exclusively on work-related stressors, recent research adopts a more integrative approach where both environmental and individual factors are studied. Nevertheless, such studies are scarce with teacher samples. AIMS The present cross-sectional study sought to investigate the association between… 

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