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Volume 8 Issue 1 (January 1987), Pages fmi-fmi, 1-93

Role stress, physical symptomatology, and turnover intentions: A causal analysis of three alternative specifications (pages 11-23)

Abstract

Causal relationships involving role stressors, physical symptomatology, and turnover intentions were examined within three alternative specifications. These specifications stemmed from Beehr and Newman's (1978) and Schuler's (1982) models of role stress and Locke's (1976) theory of job satisfaction. The results, derived from LISREL VI analyses, indicate that a revised Schuler model is the most plausible specification. Findings are discussed in terms of implications for understanding role stress and employee withdrawal.

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