Anger at work

by Amy B. Adler | 30 August 2021
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This book helps researchers and practitioners identify problematic anger and evaluate its impact on job performance and in the workplace, with a particular focus on high-risk occupations such as police, firefighters, and military members. Contributors examine conceptual frameworks such as moral injury, and typical risk factors and behaviors including risk-taking, irritability, hypervigilance, and chronic physiological activation. Treatments and interventions, including cognitive bias modification, are presented to help clinicians and practitioners put these insights to practical use.
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This book helps researchers and practitioners identify problematic anger and evaluate its impact on job performance and in the workplace, with a particular focus on high-risk occupations such as police, firefighters, and military members. Contributors examine conceptual frameworks such as moral injury, and typical risk factors and behaviors including risk-taking, irritability, hypervigilance, and chronic physiological activation. Treatments and interventions, including cognitive bias modification, are presented to help clinicians and practitioners put these insights to practical use.
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