Analysis of Psychological Resilience in Employees in terms of Positive and Negative Affect
The aim of this study is to determine whether there is a significant relationship between the psychological resilience of employees and their positive - negative emotions. The sub-objectives of the research are; to investigate the influence of positive and negative affect on psychological resilience, to determine the dimensions of psychological resilience which are affected statistically and to determine whether psychological resilience varies according to demographic factors. For these purposes, data has been obtained from 170 private sector employees by face-to-face survey method. A validity and reliability analysis have been performed for the psychological resilience and positive and negative emotion scales used in the research. The data obtained using structurally validated scales have been analyzed by correlation, simple linear regression, MANOVA, Independent Sample T test and One-Way ANOVA test. As a result of the analyses; it has been determined that there is a positive and significant relationship between the self-commitment, challenging and control dimensions of psychological resilience and positive affectivity. A negative and significant has been determined between the self-commitment, challenging and control dimensions of psychological resilience and negative affectivity. It has been determined that the positive affect is the most effective on the dimension of challenging. The effect level on the negative affectivity has been determined as the dimensions of challenging, self-commitment and control.
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