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Core self-evaluations, social support and life-domain conflicts

Abstract : Based on the conservation of resources (COR) theory (Hobfoll, 1989, 2002), this study first investigates the direct influence of core self-evaluations (CSEs) on work-to-family (W → F) and family-to-work (F → W) conflicts. Second, it tests the mediating impact of Social support from work and home domains in the associations between CSEs and both directions of work-family conflict. This study finally examines the moderating influence of CSEs in the associations between work and home domain social support and both directions of work-family conflict.
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Gwénaëlle Poilpot-Rocaboy, Sylvie St-Onge, Victor Y. Haines Iii, Felix Ballesteros Leiva. Core self-evaluations, social support and life-domain conflicts. Personnel Review, Emerald, 2020. ⟨halshs-02945986⟩

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