Organizations, in their structuring and administrative practices, stimulate and promote certain personality traits and attitudes in the individuals who work in them. Focuses on the contention that a “psychostructure” is developed which can be identified but may also be the source of anxiety, depression and other psychopathologies. Discusses the results of a recent study of anxiety and depression among principals in public schools within the context of the development of a psychostructure which is reflectant of a particular doctrine of public administration.
Carr, A. (1993), "The Psychostructure of Work: “BEND ME, SHAPE ME, ANYWAY YOU WANT ME, AS LONG AS YOU LOVE ME IT'S ALRIGHT”", Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol. 8 No. 6, pp. 3-6. https://doi.org/10.1108/02683949310047400Download as .RIS
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