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Personality and experientially-based differences are suggested to moderate the negative effects of shiftworking. This investigation was one of a series of studies aimed at examining the relationship between internal locus of control (internality) and commonly reported outcomes of exposure to shiftworking. The study concentrated on whether or not shiftwork-specific internality appeared to be associated with better experiences for two groups of shiftworkers on different shift rotas. The Shiftworkdoi:10.11183/jhe1972.30.217 fatcat:pibt77djlfcgzpea6io7b4zunm