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    Title: 社會比較下的高績效受害:心理疼痛之中介角色探討
    Untangling high performer victimization from social comparison Perspectives: the mediation role of psychological pain
    Authors: 陳科伶
    Chen, Ke-Ling
    Contributors: 郭建志
    Kuo, Chien-Chih
    陳科伶
    Chen, Ke-Ling
    Keywords: 高績效者受害現象
    心理疼痛
    社會比較
    High-performer victimization
    Psychological pain
    Social comparison
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-09-05 16:10:45 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 過往研究指出企業中之高績效者為其工作團隊及組織提供重要的貢獻,卻也更容易遭受同事間的人際傷害。本研究從受害者觸發模型與社會比較理論之觀點出發,驗證高績效者同事的心理疼痛作為高績效者受害現象的解釋機制。資料蒐集由台灣企業中油88名員工及同事組成之223對偶而來。本研究結果與預期假設相反,發現員工之工作績效與職場受害呈現負相關,員工的工作績效與其同事的心理疼痛亦存在負向關係,同事心理疼痛則與員工職場受害呈現正相關。心理疼痛調解了員工工作績效與受害受害之間的關係。本研究亦發現社會支持的調節作用未得到支持,員工性別在員工工作績效與同事心理疼痛之關係扮演著調節因子的角色。
    While high performers make valuable contributions to their work teams and organizations, previous research has revealed that these employees are also more prone to experiencing interpersonal aggression casted by their co-workers. The present study draws on victim precipitation model and social comparison theory to examine psychological pain of the peer members as the explanatory mechanism of the victimization of high performers in the work teams. Round-robin data collected from 88 employee forming 223 dyads of employees and colleague in organizations in Taiwan was used to test research model. Contrary to hypotheses, results indicated a negative relationship between employee’s job performance and his workplace victimization, a negative relationship between employee’s job performance and colleagues’ psychological pain, a positive relationship between colleague’s psychological pain and employee’s workplace victimization. Psychological pain mediated the relationship between employee’s job performance and workplace victimization. Moderation effect of social support did not exist, yet gender has a moderating influence on employee’s job performance and colleague’s psychological pain. Theoretical and practical implications were provided.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    心理學系
    106752019
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106752019
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201900822
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