Tag: Japan

New article on boredom at work

Objectives: The current study aimed to  validate  the  Japanese  version  of  the  Dutch Boredom Scale (DUBS- J), a new boredom scale that comprehensively assesses employees’ emotional, cognitive, and behavioral responses to low- stimulus work situations. Methods: The translated and back- translated DUBS was administered via an internet survey to 1358 Japanese employees from various occupations. […]

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New publication on the Burnout Assessment Tool

The current study aimed to validate the Japanese version of the Burnout Assessment Tool (BAT-J), a new burnout measure. The two-wave survey, using registered monitors, was conducted in May 2018 (N = 1,032) and June 2018 (N = 498). We examined the factorial validity of the BATJ core symptoms (BAT-JC) and BAT-J secondary symptoms (BAT-JS), […]

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