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9 Results  for Central Connecticut State University

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Fear of terror and increased job burnout over time: Examining the mediating role of insomnia and the moderating role of work support

Toker, Sharon ; Laurence, Gregory ; Fried, Yitzhak

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Feb 2015, Vol.36(2), p.272 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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On the relationships among work characteristics and learning-related behavior: Does age matter?

de Lange, Annet ; Taris, Toon ; Jansen, Paul ; Kompier, Michiel ; Houtman, Irene ; Bongers, Paulien

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Oct 2010, p.925 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Job-search preparedness as a mediator of the effects of the Työhön Job Search Intervention on re-employment and mental health

Vuori, Jukka ; Vinokur, Amiram

Journal of Organizational Behavior, May 2005, Vol.26(3), pp.275-291 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Mental health outcomes of job stress among Chinese teachers: Role of stress resource factors and burnout

Schwarzer, Ralf ; Schmitz, Gerdamarie

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Dec 2001, Vol.22(8), pp.887-901 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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The changing significance of different stressors after the announcement of bankruptcy: A longitudinal investigation with special emphasis on job security

Mohr, Gisela

Journal of Organizational Behavior, May 2000, Vol.21(3), pp.337-359 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Increasing coping resources at work: a field experiment to increase social support, improve work team functioning, and enhance employee mental health

Heaney, Catherine ; Price, Richard ; Rafferty, Jane

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Jul 1995, Vol.16(4), p.335 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Predictive effects of occupational and marital stress on the mental health of a male workforce

Bromet, Evelyn ; Dew, Mary ; Parkinson, David ; Schulberg, Herbert

Journal of Organizational Behavior (1986-1998), Jan 1988, Vol.9(1), p.1 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Improving mental health status and coping abilities for long-term unemployed youth using cognitive-behaviour therapy based training interventions

Creed, Peter ; Machin, Michael ; Hicks, Richard

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Nov 1999, Vol.20(6), pp.963-978 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Beliefs and fears and Type A behavior: Implications for academic performance and psychiatric health disorder symptoms

Lee, Cynthia ; Jamieson, Linda ; Earley, P

Journal of Organizational Behavior, Mar 1996, p.151 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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