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1799-3350
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15 Dec 2016
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Tom 6 (2015): Zeszyt 1 (June 2015)

Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
1799-3350
Pierwsze wydanie
15 Dec 2016
Częstotliwość wydawania
1 raz w roku
Języki
Angielski

Wyszukiwanie

4 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

Stressors, social support and military performance in a modern war scenario

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 1 - 18

Abstrakt

Abstract

The present study examined differences in stressors, coping strategies, and military performance in two groups deployed in the same war scenario, but with operative and psychologically different challenges.

A total of 173 military personnel participated in the study. Questionnaires measuring stress, coping strategies and military performance were administered before and after deployment in Afghanistan. Hierarchical Regression Analyses measured the extent to which stressors or coping strategies explained variance in military performance.

Operational personnel judged their military performance better than Staff personnel. Social Support was the most important predictor variables of military performance. The results are discussed with regard to differences in the operative and psychological challenges during service and the general effect of stressors and social support on military performance.

Social support was important for coping with challenges regardless of the type of service you completed.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Modern War Stressors
  • Coping Strategies
  • Social Support
  • Military Performance
  • Military Aircrews
Otwarty dostęp

The relationships between academic self-efficacy, intrinsic motivation, and perceived competence

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 19 - 35

Abstrakt

Abstract

This study investigated the moderating role of intrinsic motivation for military studies on the relationship between academic self-efficacy and change in perceived military competence. We present two concurrent hypotheses based on theoretical interaction effects of intrinsic motivation. Data from 245 cadets from three military academies revealed a positive relationship between self-efficacy and an increase in perceived military competence only for cadets with lower levels of intrinsic motivation. This suggests that, with lower intrinsic motivation, beliefs about one’s capabilities to organize and take courses of action to attain certain goals may make a crucial difference in cadets’ compliance to exert effort to increase their military competence. In contrast, self-efficacy seems less important for increased perception of military competence in cadets with higher intrinsic motivation. These cadets probably increase their military competence mainly as a result of the pleasure they gain when engaging in educational activities. Implications for theory and practice are discussed.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Self-efficacy
  • self-determination theory (SDT)
  • intrinsic motivation
  • military competence
Otwarty dostęp

The influence of military identity on work engagement and burnout in the norwegian army rapid reaction force

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 36 - 46

Abstrakt

Abstract

The present study examined the influence of military identity on work engagement and burnout among members in the Norwegian Army Rapid Reaction Forces (RRF).

Hierarchical regression analyses found work engagement to be predicted by military identity (positively so by professionalism, and negatively by individualism), with individualism also predicting burnout. This is the first study to examine the unique influence of military identity on burnout and engagement among operational army personnel in the Norwegian Armed Forces.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Military identity
  • professionalism
  • individualism
  • military performance
  • engagement
  • burnout
Otwarty dostęp

The impact of personality and self-efficacy on academic and military performance: The mediating role of self-efficacy

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 47 - 65

Abstrakt

Abstract

In order to optimize recruitment and the overall outcome of educational programmes, it is crucial to understand personal determinants of achievement. While several cognitive abilities and skills individually predict performance in academic and professional settings, it is less clear how personality translates into performance. This study addresses the impact of the Big Five personality trait, conscientiousness, on academic performance and instructor performance ratings and examines the mediating role of self-efficacy. Analysis of longitudinal data (Time 1: n = 166 (conscientiousness); Time 2: n = 161 (self-efficacy); Time 3: n = 136 (military performance) and n = 156 (academic performance)) from three military academies in Norway showed that conscientiousness was related to both military and academic performance. Moreover, self-efficacy emerged as a partial mediator for the relationship between conscientiousness and performance.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Big Five
  • personality traits
  • self-efficacy
  • military performance
  • academic performance
4 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

Stressors, social support and military performance in a modern war scenario

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 1 - 18

Abstrakt

Abstract

The present study examined differences in stressors, coping strategies, and military performance in two groups deployed in the same war scenario, but with operative and psychologically different challenges.

A total of 173 military personnel participated in the study. Questionnaires measuring stress, coping strategies and military performance were administered before and after deployment in Afghanistan. Hierarchical Regression Analyses measured the extent to which stressors or coping strategies explained variance in military performance.

Operational personnel judged their military performance better than Staff personnel. Social Support was the most important predictor variables of military performance. The results are discussed with regard to differences in the operative and psychological challenges during service and the general effect of stressors and social support on military performance.

Social support was important for coping with challenges regardless of the type of service you completed.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Modern War Stressors
  • Coping Strategies
  • Social Support
  • Military Performance
  • Military Aircrews
Otwarty dostęp

The relationships between academic self-efficacy, intrinsic motivation, and perceived competence

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 19 - 35

Abstrakt

Abstract

This study investigated the moderating role of intrinsic motivation for military studies on the relationship between academic self-efficacy and change in perceived military competence. We present two concurrent hypotheses based on theoretical interaction effects of intrinsic motivation. Data from 245 cadets from three military academies revealed a positive relationship between self-efficacy and an increase in perceived military competence only for cadets with lower levels of intrinsic motivation. This suggests that, with lower intrinsic motivation, beliefs about one’s capabilities to organize and take courses of action to attain certain goals may make a crucial difference in cadets’ compliance to exert effort to increase their military competence. In contrast, self-efficacy seems less important for increased perception of military competence in cadets with higher intrinsic motivation. These cadets probably increase their military competence mainly as a result of the pleasure they gain when engaging in educational activities. Implications for theory and practice are discussed.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Self-efficacy
  • self-determination theory (SDT)
  • intrinsic motivation
  • military competence
Otwarty dostęp

The influence of military identity on work engagement and burnout in the norwegian army rapid reaction force

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 36 - 46

Abstrakt

Abstract

The present study examined the influence of military identity on work engagement and burnout among members in the Norwegian Army Rapid Reaction Forces (RRF).

Hierarchical regression analyses found work engagement to be predicted by military identity (positively so by professionalism, and negatively by individualism), with individualism also predicting burnout. This is the first study to examine the unique influence of military identity on burnout and engagement among operational army personnel in the Norwegian Armed Forces.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Military identity
  • professionalism
  • individualism
  • military performance
  • engagement
  • burnout
Otwarty dostęp

The impact of personality and self-efficacy on academic and military performance: The mediating role of self-efficacy

Data publikacji: 23 Nov 2016
Zakres stron: 47 - 65

Abstrakt

Abstract

In order to optimize recruitment and the overall outcome of educational programmes, it is crucial to understand personal determinants of achievement. While several cognitive abilities and skills individually predict performance in academic and professional settings, it is less clear how personality translates into performance. This study addresses the impact of the Big Five personality trait, conscientiousness, on academic performance and instructor performance ratings and examines the mediating role of self-efficacy. Analysis of longitudinal data (Time 1: n = 166 (conscientiousness); Time 2: n = 161 (self-efficacy); Time 3: n = 136 (military performance) and n = 156 (academic performance)) from three military academies in Norway showed that conscientiousness was related to both military and academic performance. Moreover, self-efficacy emerged as a partial mediator for the relationship between conscientiousness and performance.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Big Five
  • personality traits
  • self-efficacy
  • military performance
  • academic performance

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