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Style attributionnel et burn-out au travail : une analyse en cluster

Abstract : In the domain of the workplace, burnout appears as an important consequence of stressful events experienced by an individual. But how to define it, and what reality does this concept represent? The benefits of optimism, and particularly of an optimistic explanatory style, have also been demonstrated on a set of other variables such as health, performance and resilience. If an optimistic explanatory style is an important variable, what are the relationships that can be observed with burnout? The purpose of this study is to explore the links that exist between explanatory styles and burnout assuming that there are different types of profiles according to the styles of the individuals, whether they are actually optimistic or pessimistic, or neither one nor the other. Through a cluster analysis, the results of this study revealed: 1) the existence of three different profiles of explanatory styles, ranging from optimistic to pessimistic; and 2) it was indeed possible to associate levels of burnout with the profiles of these styles.
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Y. Paquet, Charles Martin-Krumm, A. Junot, Daniel Gilibert. Style attributionnel et burn-out au travail : une analyse en cluster. L'Encéphale, 2021, 47 (2), pp.130-136. ⟨10.1016/j.encep.2020.06.005⟩. ⟨hal-03036799⟩



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