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Title: The mediating effect of university teaching staff’s psychological well-being between emotional intelligence and burnout
Other Titles: El efecto mediador del bienestar psicológico y su relación con la inteligencia emocional y el agotamiento emocional en el profesorado universitario
Authors: Suárez Martel, María José 
Martín Santana, Josefa Delia 
UNESCO Clasification: 5803 Preparación y empleo de profesores
Keywords: Burnout
Emotional intelligence
Mediating effect
Psychological well-being
University teachers
Issue Date: 2021
Journal: Psicologia Educativa 
Abstract: The work carried out by university teachers has evolved in response to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), requiring that teachers update their professional skills. This requirement and a lack of personal resources to manage it may cause burnout. However, certain personality traits protect teachers from burnout, e.g., emotional intelligence (EI) or psychological well-being (PWB). A sample of university teachers was assembled and the mediating effect of PWB between EI and burnout was analysed in both of its aspects (negative and professional efficacy). The results confirmed the sequential relationship between the dimensions of EI. Emotional regulation has no influence on any of the dimensions of burnout, but it does have an effect on PWB. Additionally, PWB has a direct, negative effect on the negative dimension of burnout and a positive effect on professional efficacy. PWB has a total mediating effect between emotional regulation and the different dimensions of burnout.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/110694
ISSN: 1135-755X
DOI: 10.5093/psed2021a12
Source: Psicologia Educativa [ISSN 1135755X], v. 27(2), p. 145 - 153, (Junio 2021)
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