Isabel Carmona-Cobo

Isabel Carmona-Cobo
Universidad de Jaén | UJAEN · Department of Psychology

PhD. in Psychology, UAM (Madrid, Spain)

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Aim The present study investigated the adverse effects of daily experienced incivility and the positive role of daily social support during the workday in predicting daily emotional exhaustion after work and vitality and positive affect at bedtime. Background Despite the broad knowledge of the impact of experienced incivility in different occupati...
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In the context of organizational psychology, this study aimed to examine workers' gender biases in tolerance when observing leaders' incivility in the workplace. Based on role congruity theory , this paper proposes analyzing the gender differences in workers' evaluations of awareness and tolerance of workplace incivility considering the gender of a...
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This study of 104 Chilean employees examines the process of WFF – recovery – general health on a daily basis. Drawing on the work–home resources (W-HR) model, we hypothesized that daily work-to-family facilitation and work engagement predict recovery experiences during off-job time in the evening (i.e., detachment from work and relaxation) and subs...
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Los obstáculos a lo largo de la carrera de las mujeres demuestran que su ambición de convertirse en líder es compleja porque está influenciada por los estereotipos y roles de género. En este estudio, se les pidió a 625 participantes (54.24% mujeres) de dos categorías (379 estudiantes y 246 empleados) que imaginaran cómo reaccionarían ante un ascens...
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Based on the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model, this diary study investigated the mediator role of academic resources in the relationship between personal resources and variables of well-being. The study postulates that the perceived level of academic support received by students during the day mediates the relationship between the levels of self-...
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We examine the role of personal resources (hardiness) and personal vulnerability factors (external locus of control and helplessness) at work, among 430 teachers at private schools. Based on the Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model and the conservation of resources theory, we parallel tested both motivational and health-impairment processes on the te...
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Based on Role Congruity Theory, we tested the hypothesis of gender bias by examining gender differences in observers’ evaluations of the awareness and acceptability of workplace incivility gender‐dyad interaction. Three hundred and ninety‐six Spanish high school students (55.3% female) read one scenario of overt incivility (publicly humiliates and...
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Nursing professionals who work in intensive care units and participate in activities related to organ donation and transplantation are exposed to a significant number of stressors their work, which favors the appearance of certain psychosocial risks such as work stress, burnout, secondary traumatic stress, moral stress, and the conflict between wor...
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College students face numerous academic demands on a daily basis. The resources of the University and of the students to cope with these demands are essential to explain students’ levels of well-being. The purpose of this investigation is to explore the role of day-level curiosity and meaning in life in the explanation of students’ levels of engage...
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El objetivo fue estudiar la influencia diaria del incivismo laboral y el abuso verbal en el bienestar de los trabajadores, y explorar el papel de la recuperación. Se obtuvieron 1575 registros con una muestra de trabajadores del sector servicios (N = 105). Es un estudio multinivel con diseño de diario, de dos niveles: el nivel 1 (i), día (day-level)...
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The aim was to study daily fluctuations from workplace incivility and verbal abuse in the emotional well-being of employees and examine the daily role of recovery. It was conducted a diary study over five consecutive working days (total of 525 days) with 105 employees. It was evaluated on two different times, general and diary moments. Diary measur...
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Influencia de los estereotipos de género en la valoración del incivismo laboral
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The goal was to explore how gender stereotypes influence young students' ratings of the forms of workplace incivility. Drawing from the theory of selective incivility and the social role theory, the existence of gender differences in the detection and tolerance of different forms of incivility and the perception of its consequences were explored. P...
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Engaged nurses have a sense of energetic and effective connection with their work activities and they see themselves as fully capable of dealing with the demands of their job. To analyze the expe-rience of work engagement, examining cross-national differences in Hardy Personality (HP), op-timism and subjective well-being among nurses from China and...
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El objetivo de la presente investigación fue proporcionar una visión integradora de las relaciones entre el bienestar diario emocional de los empleados (afecto positivo y negativo) y la interacción entre la familia y el trabajo, el agotamiento relacionado con el trabajo, el distanciamiento y el significado de la vida. Trabajadores del sector de ser...
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El 11 de marzo de 2004 Madrid sufrió el mayor ataque terrorista de su historia. Cientos de personas vivieron ese día un suceso traumático. Pocas personas negarían que el accidente de un ser querido es un trauma para muchas familias, sin embargo, es menos frecuente que la gente reconozca que el accidente de un ser querido también pueda suponer un tr...
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El estudio de las emociones positivas se encuentra en auge desde los años 90 promovido en parte por el interés renovado de algunos expertos por estudiar aquello que “funciona” y “está bien” en las personas (Seligman y Csikszentmihalyi, 2000). Las organizaciones son contextos potenciales en los que los trabajadores pueden desarrollar y expresar sus...
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Workers' positive personality variables have a crucial role in the development of personal resources which help workers to provide guidance to health and well-being, and optimum employment development. From this perspective we have exposedsome of the most representative theories that try to offer an approximation and explanation of the mechanisms i...

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The working and organizational conditions, traumatic tasks, as well as the various challenges that health institutions and professionals have to face have changed over time, sometimes stemming from the continuous changes that are taking place in society. An area that has experienced a particularly large increase over the last years is the organ transplant area. The reason for this increase is twofold: (1) the continuing medical advances in the process of donation and transplantation which are essential for improving the survival of humans; (2) an increasing demand for organs due to diseases related to an aging population and certain pathological conditions. In order to keep the process of donation and transplants efficient, the task that health professionals perform every day is essential. From this perspective, this project analyses the organizational factors and deficiencies in the work environment which are causes of occupational risks that these professionals may suffer (i.e., stress, burnout, secondary traumatic stress) as well as personal factors which moderate or mediate the problem. Some studies show that professionals neglect the emotional demands in their work and, aggravating the problem, do not receive adequate organizational support. To this end, the aim of the project focuses on variables that can generate or inversely prevent psychosocial risks faced by health workers in these units daily and on a general level, contributing to the adoption of preventive measures within health institutions as well as to the optimal functioning of the process of donation and transplantation of organs. The project involves studying whether these results are different in other health institutions such as the Brazilian