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In modern era, stress at workplace is a component of employees’ and organizations’ daily routine. The current research … intends to study the gender differences as far as the ways that stress is witnessed in the workplace is concerned … interpersonal conflicts at workplace to a larger extent; also that both men and women would not be so different on stress that stems …
, empirical evidence is provided for the employment relationship as a new source of stress in flexible work. Employment … stress. Furthermore, we show that control as a conventional task-related resource buffers the health impact of employment …-related demands, highlighting the importance of considering both taskrelated and employment-related aspects of stress in flexible work …
Many important decisions are made under stress and they often involve risky alternatives. There has been ample evidence … that stress influences decision making in cognitive as well as in affective domains, but still very little is known about … whether individual attitudes to risk change with exposure to acute stress. To directly evaluate the causal effect of stress on …
improve self-control and reduce stress. We conduct the experiment with 139 participants, half of whom receive a four …-related behaviours. We find evidence that mindfulness training reduces perceived stress, but only weak evidence on its impact on …
Stress is ubiquitous in society. In our model, stressors translate into subjective stress via an appraisal process …. Stress reduces instantaneous utility of an individual directly and via a cognitive load argument. Coping can be functional …
This paper uses microdata from Brazilian natality and mortality vital statistics between 2000 and 2010 to estimate the impact of in-utero exposure to local violence – measured by homicide rates - on birth outcomes. The estimates show that exposure to violence during the first trimester of...