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Coping styles and empathy in professional burnout: A study of physical therapists

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The role of personal resources in the relationship between job stressors and emotional exhaustion

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Existential/spiritual resources and the subjective quality of life experiences among elderly adults

. [Positive aging]. Warszawa: MT Biznes Hill, P., & Pargament, K. (2000). Conceptualizing religion and spirituality: points of commonality, points of departure. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour , 30, 1, 51‒77. Hobfoll, S. (1989). Conservation of resources: A new attempt at conceptualizing stress. American Psychologist , 44, 513‒524. Hobfoll, S. (2001). The Influence of culture, community, and the nested-self in the stress process: Advancing Conservation of Resources Theory. Applied Psychology , 50, 337‒370 Hornowska, E. (2001). Testy

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