Age-Based Stereotype Threat and Negative Employee Outcomes: Stress Appraisals and Rumination as Mediators

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Description: Both older and younger employees experience age-based stereotype threat in the workplace, but only older employees appear to be vulnerable to disengagement as a consequence. Using a weekly diary design, the present study examines two mechanisms that might explain this age difference: (1) stress appraisals of challenge and hindrance and (2) rumination.


In OSF storage, you will find: 1. The variable key and item wording for the variables used in this project (Variable key_ St threat age daily diary_OSF.docx) 2. The dataset containing all the variables used in this project (Stthreat age daily diary - deidentified for OSF.sav), except for the raw variables where participants provided qualitative information describing the stereotype threat/ stressf...


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