Sexual Harassment, Generalized Workplace Abuse and Drinking Outcomes: The Role of Personality Vulnerability

@article{Wislar2002SexualHG,
  title={Sexual Harassment, Generalized Workplace Abuse and Drinking Outcomes: The Role of Personality Vulnerability},
  author={J. Wislar and J. Richman and M. Fendrich and J. Flaherty},
  journal={Journal of Drug Issues},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={1071 - 1088}
}
  • J. Wislar, J. Richman, +1 author J. Flaherty
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Drug Issues
  • Interpersonal stressors, including workplace harassment and abuse, have been associated with deleterious drinking outcomes. Studies have also shown that the relationship between drinking and stress can be moderated by personality characteristics. This study examines the roles that neuroticism and narcissism play in the perception of sexual harassment and generalized workplace abuse. Utilizing data from a two-wave study of university employees, we found that respondents high on neuroticism and… CONTINUE READING
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