CORRELATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MENTAL HEALTH, PHYSICAL HEALTH, PRO-ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORS AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOURS IN A TELEPHONIC COMPANY FROM CHIŞINĂU, MOLDAVIA REPUBLIC
CATABULGA CRISTINA, BURTAVERDE VLAD
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences
This research is focused on highlighting the correlation between self-perception of physical, mental, pro-organizational behavior and counterproductive behavior in a Chisinau, Moldovatelephony organization. Method: Participants are a total of 30 employees, women (15) and men (15) aged between 25 and 55 years Instruments: CAPES Questionnaire (Anitei & Chraif, 2008) with the following dimensions: Mental health: to assess people's feelings and behavior, and how they are influenced by the tension they feel in their job; Physical health; Pro-organizational behavior; Counterproductive behaviors. Results: The research hypotheses were not confirmed (p > 0.05). Analyzing Table 1, the data are not statistically significant because (p > 0.05), so in conclusion it can be said that the distributions is normal and a statistical test of correlation parameters can be applied. Table 2 shows the descriptive statistics for the variables: physical health, mental health, pro-organizational behaviors and counterproductive behaviors. Conclusions: Results may highlight on one hand that employees live in an organizational optimum production climate and on the other hand that employees avoid giving real results due to the idea that this may disadvantage them at work later one. Thus, in such situations investigation can continue with physiological methods such as blood pressure, pulse, GSR or medical tests.
Keywords: physical health, mental health, counterproductive behaviors, pro-organizational behaviors.
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4. C. Catabulga & V. Burtăverde (2012). Correlative study between mental health, physical health, pro-organizational behaviors, and counterproductive behaviors in a telephonic company from Chişinău. Romanian Journal of Experimental Applied Psychology, vol. 3 no.3, pp. 22-28, 2012.
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