TITLE

THE GENERIC WORK BEHAVIOR QUESTIONNAIRE (GWBQ): ASSESSMENT OF CORE DIMENSIONS OF GENERIC WORK BEHAVIOR OF PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL ILLNESSES IN VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

AUTHOR(S)
Michon, Harry W.C.; Kroon, Hans; van Weeghel, Jaap; Schene, Aart H.
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal;Summer2004, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p40
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was the development of a short self-reporting and supervisor-reporting questionnaire to assess generic work behavior of people with severe mental illnesses participating in psychiatric vocational rehabilitation. An 18-item generic work behavior questionnaire (GWBQ) was developed, which contains care dimensions derived from both supervisor scores and self-report scores. The factor structure of the GWBQ was replicated for both versions (supervisor and self reports). The GWBQ was very reliable for supervisor reports and moderately so for self-reports. Although self-report scores and supervisor scores correlated significantly, participants rated their own work behavior consistently higher than supervisors did.
ACCESSION #
14406383

 

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