Seminar class 1: The psychosocial work environment, stress and organisational behaviour: issues in assessment and management v/Paul Maurice Conway

Fall 2020

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Mazzola J, Disselhorst R (2019). Should we be “challenging” employees? A critical review and meta‐analysis of the challenge‐hindrance model of stress. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 40: 949–961. 20
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