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(p. 138) Professional Burnout 

(p. 138) Professional Burnout
(p. 138) Professional Burnout

Charles C. Benight

and Roman Cieslak

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date: 16 January 2021

Psychologists are particularly at risk for job burnout. Various approaches to defining job burnout and explaining processes involved in its development are presented. Based on the Job Demands – Resources model, recommendations are provided for how work engagement and resources might be helpful in preventing job burnout among military psychologists.

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