Personality Traits Moderate the Effect of Workload Sources on Perceived Workload in Flying Column Police Officers.

Nicola Magnavita, Carlo Chiorri, Sergio Garbarino, Fabrizio Bracco

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Abstract

PreviousresearchhassuggestedthatpersonalitytraitsoftheFiveFactorModelplayaroleinworker’sresponsetoworkload.Theaimofthisstudywastoinvestigatetheassociationofpersonalitytraitsoffirstresponderswiththeirperceivedworkloadinreal-lifetasks.Aflyingcolumnof269policeofficerscompletedameasureofsubjectiveworkload(NASA-TaskLoadIndex)afterinterventiontasksinamajorpublicevent.Officers’scoresonameasureofFiveFactorModelpersonalitytraitswereobtainedfromarchivaldata.LinearMixedModelingwasusedtotestthedirectandinteractioneffectsofpersonalitytraitsonworkloadscoresoncecontrollingforbackgroundvariables,tasktypeandworkloadsource(mental,temporalandphysicaldemandofthetask,perceivedeffort,dissatisfactionfortheperformanceandfrustrationduetothetask).Allpersonalitytraitsexceptextraversionsignificantlyinteractedatleastwithoneworkloadsource.Perceivedworkloadinflyingcolumnpoliceofficersappearstobetheresultoftheirpersonalitycharacteristicsinteractingwiththeworkloadsource.Theimplicationsoftheseresultsforthedevelopmentofsupportmeasuresaimedatreducingtheimpactofworkloadinthiscategoryofworkersarediscussed.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)N/A-N/A
Numero di pagine14
RivistaFrontiers in Psychology
Volume6:1835
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2015

Keywords

  • personality,workload,firstresponders,policeofficers,FiveFactorModel

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