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Nama Penelit Timothy A. Judge; Joyce E. Bono 1

Relationship of Core Self-Evaluations TraitsSelf-Esteem,


Judul Generalized Self-Efficacy, Locus of Control, and Emotional 1
StabilityWith Job Satisfaction and Job Performance: A
Meta-Analysis
Tahun 2001 1
Nama Journal Journal of Applied Psychology 0
Volume (Isu) & 86 (1) 1
Halaman 80-92 1
Negara Amerika 1
Disiplin Ilmu Psychology 0
Topik Job Satisfaction & Job Performance 1

Fokus To presents meta-analytic results of the relationship of 4 1


traitsself-esteem, generalized self-efficacy, locus of
control, and emotional stability (low neuroticism)with
job satisfaction and job performance.
Masalah To test process models that explain how the four traits are
related to job satisfaction & job performance 1
Penelitan

Model 1
Konseptual

Model Teorits Personality Theory; Behavioral Theory 1


Metode Derciptive Quantitative, Systematic Literature Review 1

Konteks 0
Journal of Applied Psychology and Personnel Psychology
Sample 536 published studies and 224 unpublished doctoral 1
dissertations from
Temuan All four traits had a positive, nonzero relationship with job 1
satisfaction and job performance
Given their prevalence in the personality and
industrial/organizational psychology literatures, it is
Diskusi 1
surprising that there are no prior meta-analytic reviews of
the relationship of self-esteem or locus of control with the
two central criteria in applied psychologyjob satisfaction
and job performance.

By showing moderately strong correlations of the four


Kesimpulan & traits with job satisfaction, suggest that these traits may be 1
Implikasi the principle dispositional correlates of job satisfaction.
Self-concordance theory indicates that individuals who
pursue goals for autonomous reasons, such as for the
intrinsic pleasure produced by pursuit of the goal, exhibit
better adjustment than those who pursue goals for
controlled reasons.
On the one hand, the traits are highly related and thus
there would appear to be limited "Bang for the buck" in
assessing more than the most valid trait.
In light of the similar correlations of the traits with
Rencana satisfaction and performance observed here, and the high 1
Mendatang correlations among the traits, future research considering
these traits together appears warranted.

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