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Paul Goldmann
University of Bamberg
PersonalitySensory processingExpatriatePopulationSocial psychology
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Expatriates need to deal with numerous stimuli resulting from new environmental and cultural influences abroad, contributing to stress and high rates of failure and turnover. Based on conservation-of-resources theory, this study aims to explore the role of resources (including sensory processing sensitivity (SPS) and social capital) in explaining expatriates' perceived stress and turnover intention. This is the first study to examine the personality trait SPS in the field of expatriate managemen...
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#1Maike AndresenH-Index: 11
#2Paul GoldmannH-Index: 1
#1Maike AndresenH-Index: 11
#2Paul GoldmannH-Index: 1
Expatriates need to deal with numerous stimuli resulting from new environmental and cultural influences abroad, contributing to stress and high rates of failure and turnover. Based on conservation‐...
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