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Research Article

Verbal Aggression from Care Recipients as a Risk Factor among Nursing Staff: A Study on Burnout in the JD-R Model Perspective

Table 2

Descriptive statistics (means and standard deviations) and Pearson’s correlations for all subscales considered in the study.

M (ds)()()()()()()()()()()()()

) Verbal aggression1.88 (.77)1
() Meaning of the work3.38 (.48)1
() Role clarity3.34 (.53)1
() Skill discretion3.36 (.55)−.031
() Job autonomy2.68 (.60)−.081
() Support from superiors2.84 (.60)1
() Support from colleagues3.07 (.59)1
() Fairness2.36 (.50).081
() Support from organization2.51 (.62)1
() Social utility2.73 (.54)1
() Emotional exhaustion2.06 (1.28)1
() Depersonalization1.21 (1.18)1

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