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Proactive personality and mental health: The role of job crafting.

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Summary of "Proactive personality and mental health: The role of job crafting."

In this study, we examined the relationships among proactive personality, job crafting, and mental health. A total of 1971 full-time Chinese employees completed the survey. The results of structural equation modeling analyses indicated that job crafting mediated the positive relationship between proactive personality and mental health.

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Name: PsyCh journal
ISSN: 2046-0260
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