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1.1 Background
1.2 Aims of the Research
1.3 Implications for Audit Firms
1.4 Structure of the Thesis
2.1 Introduction
2.2.2 Consequences of Stress
2.2.3 Sources of Stress
2.2.4 A Paradigmfor Stress Research
HOUSE'S [1974] PARADIGM OF STRESS RESEARCH
ORGANISATIONAL STRESS RESEARCH
2.3 Role Stress: Background and Theory
THE ROLE EPISODE MODEL
2.4 Correlates of Role Conflict and Ambiguity
2.5 Auditors and Role Stress
2.5.1 Overview of the Auditing Profession
2.5.2 The Susceptibility of Auditors to Role Stress
COMMON INTERACTIONS ENGAGED IN BY THE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR
2.5.3 Empirical Evidence of Role Stress in the Auditing Profession
2.6 Managing Role Stress
2.7 Summary
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Job Satisfaction
3.2.1 Job Satisfaction: An Overview
MAJOR DETERMINANTS OF JOB SATISFACTION
3.2.2 The Effects of Role Stress on Job Satisfaction
3.3 Job Performance
3.3.1 Job Peiformance: An Overview
3.3.2 The Effects of Role Stress on Job Performance
3.4 Summary
4.1 . Introduction
4.2 Background to the Type A Behaviour Pattern
4.3 General Characteristics of Type A Individuals
4.3.1 Susceptible Type A Individuals
4.3.2 Core Behaviours of the Type A Behaviour Pattern
4.4 Consequences of the Type A Behaviour Pattern
4.4.1 Physiological Consequences o/Type A Behaviour
4.4.2 Occupational Consequences of Type A Behaviour
4.4.3 Multidimensionality of the Type AlB Construct
4.5 The Interplay of Job Stress and Type A Behaviour
4.6 Changing Type A Behaviour
4.7 Summary
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Theoretical Framework
RESEARCH MODEL DEPICTING HYPOTHESISED RELATIONSHIPS
5.3 Hypotheses
5.3.1 Role Stress and Job Peiformance
5.3.2 Role Stress and Job Satisfaction
5.3.3 Type A Behaviour Pattern as a Moderating Variable
5.4 Summary
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Sample and Procedure
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SAMPLE
6.3 Measures
6.4 Data Analysis
6.5 Summary
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Results
7.2.1 Descriptive Statistics
DESCRIPTIVE STA TISTICS PERTAINING TO THE STUDY VARIABLES"
PEARSON CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS BETWEEN STUDY VARIABLES·
7.2.2 Hypothesis Testing
REGRESSED ON ROLE AMBIGUITY AND TYPE A BEHAVIOUR
REGRESSED ON ROLE CONFLICT AND TYPE A BEHA VIOUR
7.3 Discussion
7.4 Summary
Bibliography
AppendixB
Appendix C
ACROSS AUDITOR POSITIONS
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Auditor Behaviour

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