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Jul-1995
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Lim, T. K. (1995, July). Occupational stress in school administrators in Singapore. Paper presented at the 4th European Congress of Psychology, Athens, Greece.
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The current study centred on the stress levels of school administrators in Singapore. It compares the stress levels and job satisfaction of the two management groups (top management group of principals and vice principals and middle management group of heads of department). It also considers differences in the major sources and consequences of occupational stress, coping mechanisms used and the personality of the individual. The Occupational Stress Indicator (OSI), a comprehensive instrument on occupational stress developed by Cooper, Sloan and Williams (1988), was used in the study. The study found significant differences in the two groups in Type A, Locus of Control, Job Satisfaction, Coping Skills and Mental and Physical ill-health.
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This paper was presented at the 4th European Congress of Psychology, held in Athens, Greece from 2 - 7 Jul 1995
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