Psychometric properties of Spence and Robbins' measures of workaholism components.

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There has been a recent increase in attention devoted to the study of workaholism. As with most new areas of study, issues of definition and measurement have not received their due. The present investigation examined some psychometric properties of Spence and Robbins' measures of the components of workaholism (1992), one of two measures that have received… (More)

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@article{Burke2002PsychometricPO, title={Psychometric properties of Spence and Robbins' measures of workaholism components.}, author={Ronald J. Burke and Astrid Marie Richardsen and Monica Martinussen}, journal={Psychological reports}, year={2002}, volume={91 3 Pt 2}, pages={1098-104} }