This study tested a model predicting workaholic job behaviors among Australian psychologists. The model and measures had been used in a previous study of Canadian business school graduates. Four blocks of predictors were examined using hierarchical regression analyses: personal demographics; work situation characteristics; workaholism antecedents (personal beliefs and fears, workplace values supporting work‐personal life imbalance); and workaholism components. Data were collected using anonymous self‐report questionnaires. Findings replicated previous work; both workaholism antecedents and workaholism components generally accounted for significant increments in variance on the validating job behaviors controlling for personal demographics and work situation characteristics.
Burke, R., Burgess, Z. and Oberklaid, F. (2003), "Predictors of workaholic behaviors among Australian psychologists", Career Development International, Vol. 8 No. 6, pp. 301-308. https://doi.org/10.1108/13620430310496116Download as .RIS
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