The relationships of type A behaviour, organisational and personality variables among pharmacists and accountants: A further analysis

R. Van Wyk, A. B. Boshoff
2000 South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences  
This paper is a follow-up of a previous study on the correlates of Type A Behaviour among professional workers in South Africa. In the previous study, data were analysed for a joint group of 375 pharmacists and accountants. In the present study, the two professions are analysed separately. Product-Moment Correlation and Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis are used to determine the relationships between Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement, a number of personality variables and Type A Behaviour
more » ... Type A Behaviour in samples of accountants (N = 175) and pharmacists (N = 200). Differences between the results for the two occupations were found to exist and are discussed in this paper.
doi:10.4102/sajems.v3i2.2616 fatcat:yal6o7xbqvavxlh5iftj6sgwvi