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“…Job Characteristics For the measurement of the DCS characteristics, we selected items from existing questionnaires of De Jonge et al (1994), Hackman and Oldham (1975), Karasek (1985), and Warr (1990). The three characteristics are measured using five-point Likert scales, which range from one for strongly disagree to five for strongly agree.…”
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“…Job Characteristics For the measurement of the DCS characteristics, we selected items from existing questionnaires of De Jonge et al (1994), Hackman and Oldham (1975), Karasek (1985), and Warr (1990). The three characteristics are measured using five-point Likert scales, which range from one for strongly disagree to five for strongly agree.…”
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“…A validated Dutch version of the Job Content Questionnaire (JCQ) was used to measure psychological demands, decision latitude and social support at work (Karasek, 1985 ;Houtman, 1995). Psychological demands are assessed by the sum of five items (excessive work, conflicting demands, insufficient time to do work, work fast and work hard).…”
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“…We employed the 1988 version of the International Standardized Classification of Occupations (ISCO88) 11 and an internationally standardized self-report measure of psychosocial job stressors (JCQ). 12 We examined the association controlling for personality traits (neuroticism and extraversion) which have been shown to have an effect on the reporting of job strain.…”
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