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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.

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

 Gender (1 = female).
 Age (1 40).
 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).
 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

() versus ()
() versus () .

Note: ; ;  .

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