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2017 | 2(26) | 339-353
Article title

PODATNOŚĆ NA STRES ZAWODOWY PRACOWNIKÓW BANKÓW

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OCCUPATIONAL STRESS VULNERABILITY OF BANK EMPLOYEES
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Badania nad stresem zawodowym koncentrują się obecnie nad określeniem indywidualnych predyspozycji do pracy w warunkach dystresu psychologicznego. Stres przewlekły lub o wysokim natężeniu jest istotny w etiologii wypalenia zawodowego, zwiększonej chorobowości,w tym na choroby psychiczne. Współczesne badania wskazują znaczenie pięciu wymiarów temperamentu afektywnego w percepcji stresu zawodowego w pracy o dużym nasileniu stresu. Temperament depresyjny, cyklotymiczny, drażliwy i lękowy wiążą się z mniejszą odpornością na stres zawodowy, podczas gdy wymiar hiertymiczny ma znaczenie protekcyjne. Koncepcja temperamentu afektywnego może okazać się przydatna w badaniu etiologii stresu zawodowego i jego następstw u pracowników sektora bankowości.
EN
The study on occupational stress are currently concentrating on individual predisposition to work in psychological distress identification. Prolonged or high intensity occupational stress is considered to be of significance in etiology of burnout syndrome, high rate of illnesses and psychiatric disorders. Recent studies have indicated the importance of five dimensions of affective temperament in occupational stress perception of excessively stressful work. Depressive, cyclothymic, irritable and anxious tempers are associated with lower stress resistance, while hyperthymic ones show protective action. The concept of affective temperament may occur as useful in studies on etiology and consequences of occupational stress of bank sector employees.
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  • Uniwersytet im Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu
  • Uniwersytet Technologiczno-Przyrodniczy w Bydgoszczy
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