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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONS AND PERCEIVED STRESS AT WORKPLACE

 

ANGELA BOGLUTa, MIHAI ROBU b

aTimisoara University, Department of Psychology

b University of Bucharest, Department of Psychology

Abstract

Stress isseen as a source of tension, a negative condition that affects an individual biologically due to external factors. Emotions are seen as affective states that an individual experiences every day, these emotions being influenced by events in the environment.Thepresent study investigates the relationship between emotions and perceived stress at work, this relationship being very important in organizational psychology. From the perspective of many organizational psychologists, it is very difficult to measure emotions because of the many factors involved.Participants inthe study are workers aged between 18 and 55 years from different organizations. They completed the questionnaires at work. As expected results show that negative emotions have a negative relationship with physical health and behavior at work. As future directions, this study should be conducted in much larger scalse so that results can be globalized.

 

Keywords:  perceived stress, emotions, negative, study



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     Angele Blogut

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