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Coralia Sulea
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
39Publications
8H-index
287Citations
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Abstract Recent studies reported that student well-being is lower than the well-being of the general population. Also, forms of well-being seem to vary over time and might depend to self-regulatory mechanisms. In the present study, we employ the Social Cognitive Theory to investigate the evolution of two well-being variables (i.e., student engagement and student burnout) during a semester considering the role of self-efficacy in the process. Using a longitudinal approach, we analyzed 635 sets of...
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#1Delia VirgaH-Index: 4
#2Wilmar B. Schaufeli (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)H-Index: 106
Last.Coralia SuleaH-Index: 8
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AbstractResearchers are becoming increasingly interested in how early experiences within the family are relevant to an individual’s behavior at work. Drawing on Bowlby’s attachment theory, the pres...
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Last.Coralia SuleaH-Index: 8
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Teacher burnout is a relevant concern for the educational environment. Understanding the mechanisms underlying this concept is essential to identify the adequate ways to manage it. The present study investigates the relationship between both relational (student mistreatment, supervisor undermining and parent pressure) and job demands (work overload and mental load), teacher burnout (i.e., exhaustion and cynicism) and coping strategies. Data were collected via paper-pencil questionnaires from 194...
#1Coralia SuleaH-Index: 8
#1Gabriel Fischmann (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)H-Index: 6
#2H. de Witte (NWU: North-West University)H-Index: 52
Last.Dragos Iliescu (UB: University of Bucharest)H-Index: 11
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ABSTRACTThis study adds to the understanding of the relationship between qualitative job insecurity and employee in-role performance, by analysing the association longitudinally. While social exchange theory predicts that the relationship should be negative and bidirectional, the job preservation motivation model indicates a self-correcting mechanism, where job insecurity leads to increased performance, which, in turn, could decrease job insecurity. We developed competing hypotheses and examined...
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#1Dragos IliescuH-Index: 11
#2Irina MacsingaH-Index: 4
Last.H. de WitteH-Index: 52
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to analyze the moderating effects of the broad personality traits associated with the five-factor model (FFM) of personality, on the relationship between qualitative and quantitative job insecurity (JI) and physical and mental health complaints. Design/methodology/approach Self-report data collected in a cross-sectional study from a heterogeneous sample of 469 Romanian employees was analyzed with hierarchical regressions in order to identify moderation effect...
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#2Coralia SuleaH-Index: 8
Last.Alina Eugenia IancuH-Index: 2
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Abstract Currently, burnout (BU) and work engagement (WE) and are considered different forms of workplace well-being, negatively related that might even co-occur, or as direct opposites and mutually exclusive. These contrasting views generate difficulties regarding the true nature of the relationship between the two concepts. In the present paper, we aim at clarifying this issue by testing the cross-lagged effects between BU and WE. We conducted systematic database searches using keywords releva...
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Abstract The present study focuses on the detrimental impact of supervisor undermining behaviors at work on driving errors for truck drivers, arguing for the mediating role of burnout. Moreover, this research highlights the moderating role of general self-efficacy in the relationships between supervisor undermining and burnout, and between burnout and driving errors, respectively. The data collected from a sample of 190 Romanian drivers supported a moderated mediation model in which burnout part...
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#1Gabriel FischmannH-Index: 6
#2Coralia SuleaH-Index: 8
Last.Hans De WitteH-Index: 4
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