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Personality Profiles that Put Users at Risk of Perceiving Technostress

Katharina Pflügner, Christian Maier, Jens Mattke, Tim Weitzel
2020 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
By investigating personality traits in terms of profiles, it is shown that a high and a low level of a personality trait can influence the perception of techno-stressors.  ...  AbstractSome information systems research has considered that individual personality traits influence whether users feel stressed by information and communication technologies.  ...  This means that with fsQCA we can examine to what degree each of the five personality traits is high or low within a specific personality profile.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-020-00668-7 fatcat:35orqlqs6bbw5dfvgghwttj7nm

When Good Goes Bad: The Effects of High Negative Affectivity on Pressure to Produce

Kenneth Harris, Lisa Russell, Ranida Harris
2015 Journal of Management and Strategy  
We examine these hypotheses in a sample of 220 technology end-users from a wide range of jobs.  ...  In this study, we examine three outcomes (job satisfaction, role overload, and perceived organizational support) to assess their linkages with pressure to produce.  ...  In this study, we examine two employee attitudes, job satisfaction and perceived organizational support (POS), and a stress-related variable, role overload.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jms.v6n3p1 fatcat:featdaxxsbcqbl672afa2ry2ea

The mediating role of coping behavior on the age-technostress relationship: A longitudinal multilevel mediation model

Nathalie Hauk, Anja S. Göritz, Stefan Krumm, Stephen D. Ginsberg
2019 PLoS ONE  
Grounded in Lazarus´ stress theory, theories of cognitive aging, the life span theory of control and socioemotional selectivity theory, this study argues that even though older workers are more prone to  ...  Understanding these processes enables modifying employees' coping strategy choices and mitigating negative outcomes of technostress at the workplace.  ...  Martin Schultze for advice on the analysis procedure for multilevel mediation analyses. Visualization: Nathalie Hauk. Writing -original draft: Nathalie Hauk, Stefan Krumm.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0213349 pmid:30835773 pmcid:PMC6400396 fatcat:67z2cajvqnb65ffckapdcilyuu

How Are Techno-Stressors Associated with Mental Health and Work Outcomes? A Systematic Review of Occupational Exposure to Information and Communication Technologies within the Technostress Model

Prem Borle, Kathrin Reichel, Fiona Niebuhr, Susanne Voelter-Mahlknecht
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The most frequently examined techno-stressors, i.e., factors of technostress, were techno-overload and techno-invasion.  ...  In addition, we highlight typical methodological constraints of the technostress model.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18168673 pmid:34444422 pmcid:PMC8394886 fatcat:zbeectp6brh3rb75v7hrqmnblu

Overcoming the "Dark Side" of Technology—A Scoping Review on Preventing and Coping with Work-Related Technostress

Elisabeth Rohwer, Joelle-Cathrin Flöther, Volker Harth, Stefanie Mache
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
In the course of the digitalisation of work, the phenomenon of technostress is increasingly being examined.  ...  Resources were identified at the technical, organisational, social and personal level, including, e.g., leadership, organisational and technical support as well as self-efficacy and IT mindfulness.  ...  Job Demands and Person-Related Risk Factors With regard to the first research question, what kind of job demands and technostressors as well as person-related risk factors have already been described in  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19063625 pmid:35329312 pmcid:PMC8954507 fatcat:2nggyjrkxbg77nsojcn7tj62wa

Can Leaders Prevent Technology From Backfiring? Empowering Leadership as a Double-Edged Sword for Technostress in Care

Robin Bauwens, Marith Denissen, Jeske Van Beurden, Martine Coun
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Purpose: Recent studies have called for more contextual studies of technostress and the role leaders can have in this experience.  ...  delivered in this sector or, more importantly, examined how the adverse consequences of technostress could be mitigated.  ...  Vermare for their support in the data collection. Parts of the content of this publication have previously appeared online as part of the master thesis of the MD (Denissen, 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.702648 pmid:34248805 pmcid:PMC8260968 fatcat:qdsceucjb5fztnwj7qem3jzysy

The Effect of Technostress on Emotional Exhaustion and Coping Strategies

Erne Suzila Kassim, Sharifah Fazirah Syed Ahmad, Arif Hisyamuddin Bahari, Fatin Nadhirah Mohammad Fadzli, Nor Syafiqah Haila Mohamad Adzmi
2021 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
While past studies have examined the causal direction of technostress to employees' behavior, this study explores the relationship between technostress and emotional exhaustion and coping strategy, measured  ...  It may cause psychological disturbance to the employees and lead to many disturbing effects such as job dissatisfaction, job isolation and emotional exhaustion.  ...  Acknowledgment Researchers would like to thank all members in the research group and to the Faculty of Business and Management, University Technology MARA for their continuous support throughout the guide  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v11-i5/9856 fatcat:67dlzo6qxzaizaq5d7as7nzpgu

How technostress and self-control of social networking sites affect academic achievement and wellbeing

Eoin Whelan, Willie Golden, Monideepa Tarafdar
2022 Internet Research  
PurposeSocial networking sites (SNS) are heavily used by university students for personal and academic purposes. Despite their benefits, using SNS can generate stress for many people.  ...  and the strength model of self-control, this study theoretically develops and empirically tests the pathways which explain how and when SNS stressors harm student achievement and psychological wellbeing  ...  Technostressors are the creators of stress (Ragu-Nathan et al., 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/intr-06-2021-0394 fatcat:rf74dzneszhwth2xbyxkusndvi

Time to Disentangle the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Constructs: Developing a Taxonomy around ICT Use for Occupational Health Research

Xinyu Hu, YoungAh Park, Arla Day, Larissa K. Barber
2021 Occupational Health Science  
The use of information and communication technology (ICT) in the workplace has gained considerable research attention in the occupational health field due to its effects on employee stress and well-being  ...  We then integrate this taxonomy with stress and motivation theories to identify three key implications for ICT and workplace health research and practices in terms of providing suggestions on understudied  ...  In the occupational stress literature, the appropriate terminology for those concepts would be technostressors versus technoresources. a measure that was labeled broadly as "job stress."  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41542-021-00085-6 pmid:33748406 pmcid:PMC7962926 fatcat:xpghkbqlcvg23dea56xapdeniy

ICT, Permeability Between the Spheres of Life and Psychological Distress Among Lawyers

Nathalie Cadieux, Elaine Mosconi, Nancy Youssef
2019 Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences   unpublished
This paper examines the impact of ICT on the working conditions, stress and psychological distress experienced by lawyers, based on a qualitative study.  ...  A thematic content analysis of the interviews revealed that factors related to ICT appear to contribute to the overall stress (technostress and other stress) experienced by lawyers, in turn leading to  ...  Technostressors refer to work-home conflict, the intrusion of privacy, role conflict or role ambiguity, work overload and job insecurity [23] .  ... 
doi:10.24251/hicss.2019.805 fatcat:qpf32lomynb6dprzyihqka5ycq

How do users respond to technostress? An empirical analysis of proactive and reactive coping

Christoph Weinert, Christian Maier, Sven Laumer, Tim Weitzel
2019 Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences   unpublished
Thereby, we contribute to technostress and coping literature by demonstrating how users respond in short-term technostress situation and highlight the importance of time in the present context.  ...  In addition, proactive coping is stronger affected by technostressors, and reactive coping is stronger affected by emotional exhaustion.  ...  [38] suggest that the effect of techno-stressors on job burnout, as well as on job engagement, is moderated by dominant personality traits such as openness-toexperience, neuroticism, agreeableness,  ... 
doi:10.24251/hicss.2019.613 fatcat:tf6tmm4xlrfk3k7ljtngu3gl64

How Are Techno-Stressors Associated with Mental Health and Work Outcomes? A Systematic Review of Occupational Exposure to Information and Communication Technologies within the Technostress Model

Prem Borle, Kathrin Reichel, Fiona Niebuhr, Susanne Voelter-Mahlknecht, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin
2022
The most frequently examined techno-stressors, i.e., factors of technostress, were techno-overload and techno-invasion.  ...  In addition, we highlight typical methodological constraints of the technostress model.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.17169/refubium-33519 fatcat:nyc6snvzzbcc7mvdgw3x6ncqqq

Social Networking Site Use Resumption: A Model of Return Migration

Christian Maier, University of Bamberg, Germany, Sven Laumer, Jason Bennett Thatcher, Heshan Sun, Christoph Weinert, Tim Weitzel, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, Temple University, USA, Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma, USA, University of Bamberg, Germany, University of Bamberg, Germany
2021 Journal of the AIS  
Our findings advance the understanding of resumption, an understudied behavior of the IT lifecycle and IT use and acceptance research.  ...  recent ex-users and the effect of use-related satisfaction is stronger for long-standing ex-users.  ...  factors, and personality traits.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00688 fatcat:q3jhuqd4p5bfvli4ibltkzd2zu

The Digital Workplace : Antecedents and Consequences of Technostress

Julia Becker
2021
the mitigation of technostress, and stress outcomes.  ...  , a specific form of stress that is perceived by end-users of information and communication technologies.  ...  Technostress and Role Conflict In the next step, the lower part of the conceptual model was analyzed to find out how technostressors relate to role conflict.  ... 
doi:10.15495/epub_ubt_00005681 fatcat:h7jhijf4ebb7joxf6zr6dufziq

Social Nudges as Mitigators in Privacy Choice Environments

Johannes Klumpe
2020
., features that acquire information from and provide information to the user) as the most salient drivers of stress caused by privacy invasions for users of digital services.  ...  This model describes a relationship between an individual and a technology, which, when it is out of equilibrium, causes stress for the individual.  ...  Among the stressors of P-T fit, research has unveiled a variety of stimuli that affect stress such as workhome conflicts, work overload, role ambiguity, job insecurity, and privacy-related stressors (  ... 
doi:10.25534/tuprints-00012843 fatcat:mefxizop2bei7l7widh43gx6za