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Title: A predictive study of antecedent variables of workaholism
Author: Serrano Fernández, María José
Boada Grau, Joan
Gil Ripoll, Carme
Vigil Colet, Andreu
Keywords: workaholism
WorkBAT
occupational health
predictive study
Issue Date: Oct-2016
Publisher: Psicothema
Citation: Serrano Fernández, M.J., Boada Grau, J., Gil Ripoll, C. & Vigil-Colet, A. (2016). "A predictive study of antecedent variables of workaholism". Psicothema, 28(4), pp. 401-406. ISSN 0214-9915. doi: 10.7334/psicothema2015.345
Abstract: Recent studies have pointed to a relationship between personality variables, engagement, and the lifestyle of workers with workaholism. Our goal in the present study is to carry out a predictive study of the pre-existing variables for workaholism. The study sample participants were 513 workers (48.1 % men, 51.9 % women), obtained through non-probability sampling. The programmes used were FACTOR (7.2 version) and SPSS 20.0. We found that personality variables such as engagement, self-efficacy, obsessive-compulsive component (ICO), satisfaction with life and lifestyle were predictive of workaholism. Workaholism can, in fact, be predicted through certain variables (personality, engagement, self-efficacy, ICO, satisfaction with life and lifestyle) and hence, the present study contributes to a better understanding of workaholism and to furthering a healthy life style which may be affected by workaholism.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/70690
ISSN: 0214-9915MIAR
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