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Passion for WorkTheory, Research, and Applications$
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Robert J. Vallerand and Nathalie Houlfort

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190648626

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190648626.001.0001

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When and Why Does Passion for Work Predict Well- and Ill-Being?

When and Why Does Passion for Work Predict Well- and Ill-Being?

Testing an Extended Dualistic Model of Passion in Adaptation to the Work Environment

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(p.263) 9 When and Why Does Passion for Work Predict Well- and Ill-Being?
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Passion for Work
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Claude Fernet

Sarah-Geneviève Trépanier

Stéphanie Austin

Louise Clément

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190648626.003.0009

The present chapter provides an integrative review of the work stress literature while referring to the empirical evidence on passion for work in relation to psychological health, that is, well- and ill-being manifestations. Drawing on recent scientific literature, the chapter presents an extended dualist model of passion in adaptation to the work environment, which aims to identify work environment factors that are associated with well- and ill-being, and to examine the moderating role of passion for work in the psychological processes associated with psychological health. Results confirming the proposed model are presented, as well as future research directions.

Keywords:   psychological health, ill-being, well-being, passion for work, need satisfaction, extended dualist model, psychological adaptation

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