Relationships between felt accountability as a stressor and strain reactions: the neutralizing role of autonomy across two studies.

@article{Hall2006RelationshipsBF,
  title={Relationships between felt accountability as a stressor and strain reactions: the neutralizing role of autonomy across two studies.},
  author={Angela T Hall and Marjorie Royle and Robert A Brymer and Pamela L. Perrew{\'e} and Gerald R. Ferris and Wayne Hochwarter},
  journal={Journal of occupational health psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={87-99}
}
Felt accountability, conceptualized as a workplace stressor, has been gaining increased attention in terms of its importance for explaining variance in work attitudes and behaviors. Building on these investigations, the present research tests in 2 studies a conceptualization that positions job autonomy as a moderator of the relationships between felt accountability and strain reactions. In Study 1, the interactions of Felt Accountability x Job Autonomy on job tension and job satisfaction were… CONTINUE READING

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