Occupational Stress & positive psychology
Dual Diagnosis: Open Access is a peer reviewed, international journal, aims to promote the research in all the related fields of depression and its related syndromes by rapid publication of articles.
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Positive psychological capital, as a worthwhile resource for individuals as well as organizations, has drawn the attention of researchers in both psychology and management fields. This neglected construct recently named as one of the significant competitive advantages of organizations. It also plays an important role in individual success. Scholars reveal that early toxic experiences and relevant maladaptive schemas would influence negatively on an individual's psychological capital. Although quantitative research reported that psychological capital can be affected by childhood experiences, there appears no research on the mechanism of this relationship. Hence, this article aims to answer the question of why early adverse experiences can deplete one's psychological capital. Two theories, including Information Process Theory and Brain Development, were employed to justify the relationship.
Occupational stress among health care professionals in this study was high (46.8%). This implies that it is a great public health concern. Working in the emergency department as well as the forensic psychiatry unit from work-related variables and dissatisfaction with one's job were risk factors significantly associated with occupational stress. Early screening of health professional for occupational stress and its risk factors has to be given attention. Especially those working in emergency departments and forensic units should be given consideration.
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