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Page 698 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 92, Issue 2 [page]

2005 Psychological Abstracts  
Results show a strong similarity with those of other studies about the validity of the Spence and Robbins’ ty- pology.  ...  One new type of workaholic was identified: the reluctant hard worker reports rela- tively long working hours, at a relatively low hierarchical level, with a strong perception of external pressure and a  ... 

Page 180 of Contemporary Psychology Vol. 48, Issue 2 [page]

2003 Contemporary Psychology  
As a result of these motive-congruent behaviours, individuals can trust in the fairness of fate, experience positive mood, and reveal strong self-es- teem.  ...  People with a strong BJW seemed rather nasty. They were low in compassion, they were dogmatic, and they were authoritarian.  ... 

Page 606 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 21, Issue 5 [page]

1996 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
was no relationship with corporate assistance programmes and the choice of coping strategy.  ...  The findings challenge traditionally held assump- tions about factors that may be associated with successful coping.  ... 

Page 183 of Human Resources Abstracts Vol. 39, Issue 2 [page]

2004 Human Resources Abstracts  
Intelligence has a strong direct nega- tive effect on intrinsic satisfaction but a negligible effect on pay satisfaction because it is positively associated with the level of desired job complexity but  ...  This study examined the kinds of work-family conflict experienced by female married professionals with children in Hong Kong and the coping strategies they had adopted.  ... 

Page 15 of Irish Digest Vol. 57, Issue 3 [page]

1956 Irish Digest  
The success story of ‘addy the Cope Local Boy Makes Good —At Home CAHIR HE question is often asked whether Paddy made the Cope, or the Cope made Paddy.  ...  He was the second oldest of a family of nine, living in a house which he describes as “like the other Cleendra houses: one room, thatched with straw, a small win- dow of one pane.”  ... 

Page 160 of Sociology of Education Vol. 31, Issue 4 [page]

1957 Sociology of Education  
The more the teacher forces the child (who is strong enough) into new situations which he must cope with alone, the greater the power he has released within the student.  ...  If a child is unable to cope with the difficulty of the situation, the teacher must help him with the problem, or give him the security of routines, or even of physical restraint.  ... 

Page 1337 of Harvard Law Review Vol. 64, Issue 8 [page]

1951 Harvard Law Review  
Refusal by the producer to sell to discounting distributors, used with or without an exclusive sales agreement, would do the most toward increasing the effectiveness of fair trade.°® The fair trade statutes  ...  ., Utan Cope Ann. § 16A-3-2 (1943). ®1See United States v.  ... 

Page 3385 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 82, Issue 7 [page]

1995 Psychological Abstracts  
Survivors with high optimistic predisposi- tions and a strong sense of mastery were more likely to engage in control-oriented coping.  ...  Control coping was associated with positive outcomes and escape coping with negative outcomes. Coping had both additive and interactive effects on the outcome vari- ables.  ... 

Transformational Leader Self-Perception And Objective Sales Performance: The Potential Moderating Effects Of Behavioral Coping Ability

John H. Humphreys, Molly C. Zettel
2011 International Business & Economics Research Journal  
The self-rater version of the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ 5X, short form) was used to capture the sales personnels self-perceptions of their leadership styles with respect to transformational  ...  This was not the case for passive transactional leadership or emotional coping ability.  ...  Moreover, behavioral coping ability exhibited a strong relationship (0.01 level) with ob-jective sales performance. Thus, hypothesis six was accepted.  ... 
doi:10.19030/iber.v1i1.3876 fatcat:gdn3sfutzfd5lnpj5lixpjy7aq

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is! Explaining Collective Action Tendencies Through Group-Based Anger and Group Efficacy

Martijn van Zomeren, Russell Spears, Agneta H. Fischer, Colin Wayne Leach
2004 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
means by which people cope with events in their social world.  ...  to engage in collective action may not have very strong opinions about their collective disadvantage.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.87.5.649 pmid:15535777 fatcat:pibzuc7i5vf6llbcbr45qwv244

The Role of Meaning in Life Within the Relations of Religious Coping and Psychological Well-Being

Dariusz Krok
2014 Journal of religion and health  
These findings suggest that meaning in life is a crucial element of religious coping and psychological well-being that is used by people as a part of their meaning system to cope with life's difficulties  ...  In Study 2, personal meaning turned out to be a partial mediator between negative coping and psychological well-being.  ...  , 7-self-acceptance, 8-intimacy, 9-fair treatment, 10-total personal meaning score, 11-total psychological well-being score *** p \ .001; ** p \ .01; * p \ .05 The results showed that there are strong  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10943-014-9983-3 pmid:25524414 pmcid:PMC4580713 fatcat:xpkqj6266jg5tpenhn2m2lbx3i

Page 473 of The Historian Vol. 19, Issue 4 [page]

1957 The Historian  
for an agricultural society was quite inadequate to cope with the problems of industrialization and urbanization; and a conviction that the arguments which in the past had 473  ...  There was a strong ethical element, best represented by the social gospel move- ment; a scientific protest, led by the new social scientists; a strong public feeling that a system which had been adequate  ... 

Page 450 of Argosy Vol. 64, Issue [page]

1897 Argosy  
fair and frail, the bluebell of old song, The harebell, nodding by the hedge’s foot, Or looking forth, with gentle courage strong, In shelter at some olden ash-tree’s root, I see thee, and I think of olden  ...  Thou tellest that in core of Nature’s heart Beauty ne’er dies, but copes with fairest art— A type of struggling man’s most ardent hope That thro’ his darkness may come larger scope. III. } Oh!  ... 

Page 56 of Political Science Quarterly Vol. 13, Issue 1 [page]

1898 Political Science Quarterly  
He will not proceed far before he will begin to see the immense difficulties with which Great Britain had to cope in its prolonged struggle with France.  ...  As the probability was very strong that France, as soon as she  ... 

Page 78 of Open Court Vol. 11, Issue 489 [page]

1897 Open Court  
, and we coincide with Cope, that to ascribe such color and form-characters to natural selection as a cause, is clearly impossible.  ...  Because perhaps from quite independent points of view the reviewer’s opinions are in harmony with those of Cope, he is led to endorse, with little fault-finding, all that is here said in favor of the principle  ... 
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