The views of the authors do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Department of the Army or the Department of Defense (para. 4–3, AR 360–5). The data utilized in this paper were collected in a long-term study of the Army's “Cohort” New Manning System directed by D. H. Marlowe. We gratefully acknowledge D. H. Marlowe, T. P. Furukawa, J. E. Griffith, L. H. Ingraham, F. R. Kirkland, J. A. Martin, R. J. Schneider, J. M. Teitelbaum, and numerous other Walter Reed Army Institute of Research personnel who helped in the development of the research program and in the collection of the data used in this paper. We also thank Joseph Rothberg, Carl Castro, and two anonymous reviewers for valuable comments on earlier drafts of this paper.
Individual and Nomothetic Models of Job Stress: An Examination of Work Hours, Cohesion, and Well-Being1
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Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Volume 26, Issue 13, pages 1171–1189, July 1996
How to Cite
Bliese, P. D. and Halverson, R. R. (1996), Individual and Nomothetic Models of Job Stress: An Examination of Work Hours, Cohesion, and Well-Being. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26: 1171–1189. doi: 10.1111/j.1559-1816.1996.tb02291.x
- Issue online: 31 JUL 2006
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