The aims of the paper are to examine the effects of coping on burnout in the context of JD-C-S model. Background A postulate of the job demands–resources model is that two distinct yet related processes contribute to the development of burnout. The energetic process originates from demands and is mainly centered on emotional exhaustion; the motivational process originates from resources and is mainly centered on depersonalization. We postulated that coping and the job type have interaction effects on burnout.
Naceur, A., & Zriba, N. (2015). Burnout and Coping in the Perspective of Job Demands-Control-Support Model among Nurses. Psychology, 06(14), 1841–1849. https://doi.org/10.4236/psych.2015.614180