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Psicothema. 2007 Feb;19(1):81-7.

[The job involvement modulating role in the relationship between stress and job satisfaction].

[Article in Spanish]

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Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid, Spain.

Abstract

This paper analyzes the modulator role of job involvement in the relationship between stress and job satisfaction, using the OSI (Occupational Stress Indicator) model. For this purpose, we analyzed: six sources of stress, the OSI job satisfaction results, and a job involvement scale. The sample consisted of 779 professional soldiers from the Spanish Army. The results show that when the levels of the two dimensions job involvement (psychological identification and job-related feelings of duty-obligation are high, stress due to achievements and career development and social relationships will have no influence on job satisfaction. However, we found higher job satisfaction, even when stress is high, in those situations where psychological identification is low and job-related feelings of duty-obligation are high.

PMID:
17295987
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