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J Occup Health Psychol. 1999 Apr;4(2):164-74.

An investigation of the effects of time and involvement in the relationship between stressors and work-family conflict.

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  • 1Department of Management, Minnesota State University, Mankato 56002-8400, USA. marilyn.fox@mankato.msus.edu


Previous researchers have proposed that the time and energy involved in family and paid work should affect the relationship between stressors and conflict in both the work and family domains. Using a sample of 113 registered nurses, the authors hypothesized that the amount of time and involvement in both domains would moderate the stressor-conflict relationships. Results supported many of the interactions in predicting conflict in each domain, and implications for the health of working women with family responsibilities were discussed.

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