Santuzzi, Alecia M.
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
Department of Psychology
The following study examined the prevalence and impact of workplace bullying. To achieve this goal, a survey was administered through Amazon.com's Mechanical Turk (N = 122). To measure workplace bullying, the study used the Negative Acts Questionnaire (NAQ). Other aspects of emotional health including self-esteem, depression, and general health were assessed with corresponding scales in order to determine the impact workplace bullying has on its victims. Bivariate correlation analyses were conducted. The study found positive correlations among workplace bullying intensity, workplace incivility, and paranoia. Negative correlations were discovered between workplace bullying intensity and self-esteem. Further research on this topic should be undertaken in order to confirm these findings and examine the variables in greater detail.
Fireman, Alexander M., "Correlates of Workplace Bullying, Depression, Anxiety, Narcissism, and Self-esteem" (2011). Honors Capstones. 343.
Northern Illinois University
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