Weintraub et al. 2018 - JSP - Data and Procedures
Dust, Scott B.
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This study seeks to disentangle the effect of polychronicity on work-home conflict, home-work conflict, and life satisfaction, by evaluating mindfulness as a moderator. We propose that mindfulness moderates the relationship between polychronicity and work-home and home-work conflict such that the relationship will be negative when mindfulness is high and positive when mindfulness is low. Additionally, we propose that mindfulness moderates the relationship between polychronicity and life satisfaction such that the relationship will be positive when mindfulness is high and negative when mindfulness is low. A total of 138 academics throughout India completed Slocombe and Bluedorn's (1999) polychronicity scale, Brown and Ryan’s (2003) mindfulness attention and awareness scale, Diener et al.’s (1985) life satisfaction scale, and Netemeyer et al.’s (1996) work-to-home and home-to-work conflict scales. We tested for moderation effects using Hayes' (2013) PROCESS macro. Findings illustrate that higher levels of mindfulness enhance the effects of polychronicity
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