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

Table 3

Moderated hierarchical regressions to measure main and interaction effects of verbal aggression and job resources on emotional exhaustion among nurses.

NursesM1_JRM2_JRM3_JRM4_JRM5_JRM6_JRM7_JRM8_JRM9_JR
Meaning of the workRole claritySkill discretionJob autonomySupport from superiorSupport from colleaguesFairnessOrganizational support Organizational social utility
Emotional exhaustion
Step

)
 Gender (1 = female).091.87.091.85.801.72.071.48.081.77.091.81.071.51.071.67
 Age (1 40).05.95.05.84.05.89.03.07.05.89.061.16.04.67.40.70.05.85
 Marital status (1 = married/partnered = 1)−.02−.32−.01−.09−.02−.40−.04−.87−.05−1.08−.04−.85−.40−.82−.04−.91−.17−.37
 Year health sector (1 15).03.55.05.92.04.71.04.75.02.45.051.05.04.75.01.34.03.55
 Type of unit (1 = emergency)

()
 Verbal aggression.387.80
 Job resource−.077−1.58

()
 Verbal aggression × job resource−.44−.86.02.40−.06−1.25−.01−.164−.07−1.46

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Adj

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