TITLE

LA AUTOEFICACIA PERCIBIDA EN EL AFRONTAMIENTO DE RIESGOS LABORALES PSICOSOCIALES COMO VARIABLE MODULADORA DEL BURNOUT

AUTHOR(S)
Sevilla, S. Sánchez; Gestoso, C. L. Guillén; Rubio, J. M. León
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Ansiedad y Estrés;Dec2006, Vol. 12 Issue 2/3, p495
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Professionals must develop a series of necessary generic competences for the correct performance of their work, where those related to emotional self-regulation and coping with occupational psychosocial risk factors stand out. The present study examines the rol of perceived occupational coping self-efficacy as a modulating variable of burnout. We have found a differential modulator effect of self-efficacy on burnout in terms of working conditions; So that under some of that conditions (i.e. overload) self-efficacy protects against emotional exhaustion and under others (i.e. role ambiguity) self-efficacy can increase the probability of burnout occurrence.
ACCESSION #
24127132

 

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