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A munkahelyi stressz egészségkárosító hatását egyre több szakirodalmi adat támasztja alá. Kutatásunk céljai: a pedagógusok lelki egészsége és a munkahelyi stressz közti kapcsolat feltárása, valamint az énhatékony­ság és a túlvállalás lelki egészségre gyakorolt hatásainak vizsgálata. Módszerek: Kérdőíves, keresztmetszeti vizsgálatunk általános iskolai peda­gógu­sok körében folyt. A vizsgálati mintát 87 pedagógus alkotta, mindegyikük nő. A munkahelyi stresszt a Siegrist-féle modell keretein belül értelmeztük, mérésére az Erőfeszítés-Jutalom Egyensúlytalanságának kérdőívét alkalmaztuk. Az énhatékonyság mérésére a Schwarzer-féle énhatékonyság kérdőívet, a mentális egészségi állapot felméréséhez pedig a Maslach-féle kiégés kérdőívet, a Beck depresszió kérdőív rövidített változatát és a Maastricht vitális kimerültség kérdőív rövidített változatát használtuk fel. Az adatok elemzését lineáris regressziós eljárás segítségével végeztük. Eredmények: A vizsgálat eredményei szerint a pedagógusok lelki egészségének fontos meghatározó tényezője az erőfeszítés-jutalom egyensúlytalansága. A túlvállaló magatartás és az énhatékonyság mind a kiégés, mind a vitális kimerültség prediktorának bizonyult, viszont a depressziós tünetek egyik egyéni jellemzője sem mutatkozott szignifikáns magyarázó tényezőnek. A túlvállalás és a munkahelyi stressz közötti interakció szignifikánsnak bizonyult a vitális kimerültség tekintetében, míg az énhatékonyság a munkahelyi stressz és a kiégés kapcsolatának volt moderáló tényezője. Következtetések: A vizsgálat eredményei alapján megállapítható, hogy a különböző mentális egészségi változókra eltérő módon és mértékben hatnak a munkahelyi stressz káros hatásait is befolyásoló egyéni jellemzők. A lelki egészség megőrzését célul kitűző intervenciós programok megtervezésénél a jelen tanulmányhoz hasonló vizsgálatok eredményeit is érdemes lenne figyelembe venni.

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