The role of emotion and emotion regulation in job stress and well being [electronic resource] /edited by Pamela L. Perrew�e, Christopher C. Rosen, Jonathan R.B. Halbesleben.
Contributor(s): Perrewe, Pamela L | Halbesleben, Jonathon R. B | Rosen, Christopher C.Material type: BookSeries: Research in occupational stress and well being: v.11.Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (xii, 318 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781781905869; 178190586X; 9781781905852; 1781905851.Subject(s): Job stress | Emotions | Stress management | Coping with stress | Job stress | Stress management | PSYCHOLOGY -- Applied Psychology | SELF-HELP -- Personal Growth -- General | SELF-HELP -- Personal Growth -- Happiness | SELF-HELP -- Personal Growth -- Success | Occupational & industrial psychology | Coping with stressGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.DDC classification: 158.72 Online resources: EBSCOhost
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Front cover; the role of emotion and emotion regulation in job stress and well being; copyright page; contents; list of contributors; editorial advisory board; overview; understanding affect, stress, and well-being within a self-regulation framework; a control theory view of self-regulation; implications of affect for stress and well-being within a self-regulation framework; conclusion; references; emotional boundary management: a new adaptive approach to emotion regulation at work; the concept of emotion; emotion management at work; emotional boundaries; conclusion and future directions.
Conclusionreferences; self-guided activities for improving employee emotions and emotion regulation; emotion and emotion regulation ideas and activities; conclusion; references; stress and emotional well-being in military organizations; consequences of stress in military settings; service member stress: risk factors; service member stress: protective factors; developing service member resilience to stress; conclusions; references; motives for emotion regulation in service work; introduction; theory; implications; conclusion; references.
A lifespan perspective on emotion regulation, stress, and well-being in the workplaceoccupational stress and well-being and the role of emotion regulation; how aging affects emotional experience and reactivity to affective work events; toward an integrative model: how aging affects the occupational stress and well-being process; future research directions; references; under pressure: examining the mediating role of discrete emotions between job conditions and well-being; stressor-strain theory; emotions at work; research linking stress and emotions; proposed model.
Theoretical and practical implicationsfuture directions; conclusion; references; self-conscious emotions: a new direction for emotion research in occupational stress and well-being; the self-conscious emotions; self-conscious emotions and behavior; self-conscious emotions and work; conclusion; acknowledgment; references; restorying a hard day's work; introduction; emotion; acting of emotion at work; emotional contagion and the development of emotional contagion exchange; emotional restorying; a process model of emotional restorying; practical implications; conclusions and future research.
Referencesoccupational stress research: considering the emotional impact for the qualitative researcher; emotion and the researcher: an exploration of the literature; researching stress appraisal and coping: examples from a researcher's diary; a support framework for qualitative researchers; conclusion; notes; references; about the authors.
This volume focuses on the role of emotion and emotion regulation in job stress and well-being featuring a number of high-calibre scholars. It provides both an academic and a military perspective on this topic.