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工作不安全感与幸福感、绩效的关系 : 自我效能感的作用
心理学报 = Acta Psychologica Sinica
  • Dong Dong FENG, 北京大学
  • Chang Qin LU, 北京大学
  • Oi Ling SIU, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Alternative Title
Job insecurity, well-being, and job performance : the role of general self-efficacy
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Journal article
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  • 调节作用,
  • 一般自我效能感,
  • 工作绩效,
  • 工作幸福感,
  • 工作不安全感,
  • moderating effects,
  • general self-efficacy,
  • job performance,
  • well-being,
  • job insecurity


Due to uncertain economic conditions, rapid organizational changes, advancement of technology, and other factors, job insecurity has emerged as one of the serious stressors in contemporary work life. Job insecurity refers to uncertainty about the continuation of one's job, including cognitive job insecurity (perception regarding the likelihood of job loss or change) and affective job insecurity (fear of job loss or change). It has consistently been found that job insecurity is negatively related

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冯冬冬、萧爱铃、陆昌勤 (2008)。工作不安全感与幸福感、绩效的关系 : 自我效能感的作用 = Job insecurity, well-being, and job performance: The role of general self-efficacy。《心理学报 = Acta Psychologica Sinica》,40(4),448-455。