Neuroticism: Characteristics, Impact on Job Performance and Health Outcomes

Annamaria Di Fabio (Editor)
Department of Psychology, University of Florence, Italy

Series: Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
BISAC: MED031000

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Neuroticism: Characteristics, Impact on Job Performance and Health Outcomes offers a review of current theoretical and research perspectives regarding neuroticism and its impact on job performance and health outcomes. The aim is continuing to stimulate the reflection on neuroticism at both theoretical and intervention levels. The volume presents researches and perspectives about neuroticism with a focus on organizational contexts, addressed to widen the horizon regarding neuroticism and its associations in job performance and health outcomes. Concerning the research in organizational contexts, neuroticism is considered in relation to job satisfaction, workaholism, organizational and emotional intelligence, health risks, prevention in organisations, and promotion of workers’ strengths in the first part of the volume. In the second part, they are reflections relative to: physiological correlates of neuroticism, relations between neuroticism and extraversion in different contexts, associations of neuroticism with innovative and adaptive outcomes (for example, flourishing and Intrapreneurial Self-Capital, and career outcomes), and concluding with the importance of continuing to study neuroticism in a cross cultural perspective. The hope is that this book can really help to enhance the study of neuroticism, its characteristics, and the impact it possesses on job performance and health outcomes. The volume constitutes an aid to the valorization and protection of human resources. Its goal is giving a real contribution to favor both the performance and well-being of workers, promoting organizational productivity, business success, well-being and healthy environments in organizations. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Contributors

Neuroticism and Organizational Contexts: Research and Perspectives

Chapter 1. Neuroticism, Job Performance and Health Outcomes: A Review
Annamaria Di Fabio (University of Florence, Italy)

Chapter 2. The Bad Performance of Neurotic Employees: A Matter of Job Satisfaction and Workaholism
Greta Mazzetti, Rita Chiesa, Michela Vignoli, and Marco Depolo (University of Bologna, Italy)

Chapter 3. Workaholism: Health Risk and Prevention in the Organizations
Marco Giannini and Yura Loscalzo (University of Florence, Italy)

Chapter 4. The Indirect Relationship between Neuroticism and Job Performance in Italian Trade Workers: A Cross-Sectional Study
Riccardo Sartori, Arianna Costantini and Andrea Ceschi (University of Verona, Italy)

Chapter 5. The Influence of Neuroticism, Personality Traits and Motivation on Organizational Emotional Intelligence and Work-Related Stress Tolerance
Giorgi Gabriele, Javier Fiz Perez and Melissa Morone (European University of Rome, Italy)

Chapter 6. Focus on Neuroticism and Strengths of Workers: Empirical Results in Different Organizational Contexts
Annamaria Di Fabio and Letizia Palazzeschi (University of Florence, Italy)

Widening the Horizon

Chapter 7. Neuroticism, Attention, and Eye Movements
Sowon Hahn and Yumin Chung (Seoul National University, Korea)

Chapter 8. The Relationship between Neuroticism and Extraversion in an Egyptian Context
Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek (University of Alexandria, Egypt)

Chapter 9. Neuroticism and Flourishing in White Collar Workers: From Self-Esteem to Intrapreneurial Self-Capital for Adaptive Outcomes
Annamaria Di Fabio and Alessio Gori (University of Florence, Italy)

Chapter 10. Neuroticism and Career Outcomes: An Empirical Study in a Preventive Perspective
Annamaria Di Fabio and Ornella Bucci (University of Florence, Italy)

Chapter 11. Neuroticism Across Cultures: Macro-Level Insights into the Worldwide Distribution of Neuroticism
Radek Trnka and Inna Èábelková (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic)

Conclusions

Index

This book is written for scholars, academics, researchers, psychologists, social workers, teachers, postgraduate students and university students interesting in neuroticism and individual differences.

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