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Ability correlates of systematicaly derived occupational variables
W. D. Heath
by Center for Occupational Education, North Carolina State University at Raleigh in [Raleigh]
Written in English
|Statement||W. D. Heath III, J. W. Cunningham, J. W. Augustin.|
|Series||Ergometric research and development series ;, report no. 13|
|Contributions||Cunningham, Joseph W., 1936- joint author., Augustin, J. W., joint author., North Carolina State University. Center for Occupational Education.|
|LC Classifications||HF5382 .H4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 63 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||78621704|
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The criterion measures in this study are two of the six Occupational Scales derived from the Hogan Personality Inventory (Hogan & Hogan, ): Stress Tolerance and Reliability. Ability correlates of systematicaly derived occupational variables book were chosen because they measure aspects of behavior relevant to all jobs: namely the ability to deal with stress effectively.
The present investigation sought to identify personality correlates of occupational status. Because occupational status is a direct function of occupation, the relationship between personality and status was examined both within and across occupational groups using Holland's typology.
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Occupational Stress as correlates of Emotional measured using instruments derived from Porter's motivational theory in a questionnaire mailed to randomly selected tenure‐track university. The variables on occupational factors and alcohol were obtained from the –95 occupational health survey.
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Results of ordinal logistic regression analyses to identify the effects of job demands, control, support from managers and co-workers, and work engagement on self-reported presenteeism are shown in Table Pearson goodness-of-fit test indicated that the model was a good fit to the observed data (χ 2 () =P = ), but there were zero frequencies in 78% of cells.
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These results appear in the lower portion of Table. Reilly began an extensive investigation into the area of play within occupational therapy practice (Parham, ); she explored the many facets of play using an occupational perspective (Reilly, ).The initial understanding of the relationship between play and sensory processing was that children with sensory processing difficulties exhibited decreased ability to play, such as less active.The authors investigated whether and how 1 element of a high-performance work system, namely high-quality jobs (composed of extensive training, variety, and autonomy), affects occupational injuries.For us, occupational classification has two general meanings: (a) the act of classifying positions, jobs, or occupations into an existing occupational category system and (b) the set of occupational categories in an occupational category system.
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