Korean Journal of Psychology : General

理쒓렐샇 寃깋

Korean Journal of Psychology : General - Vol. 40, No. 2

[ Article ]
The Korean Journal of Psychology: General - Vol. 40, No. 2, pp.213-237
ISSN: 1229-067X (Print)
Print publication date 25 Jun 2021
Received 04 Jun 2021 Accepted 22 Jun 2021
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22257/kjp.2021.6.40.2.213

정서적 고갈과 수면의 질의 관계에 대한 심리적 분리의 매개효과
김보람1) ; 석혜원2) ; 장재윤
1)서강대학교 심리학과, 석사 (boram.kim50@gmail.com)
2)서강대학교 심리학과, 부교수 (hsuk2@sogang.ac.kr)

The mediating effect of psychological detachment on the relationship between emotional exhaustion and sleep quality
Boram Kim1) ; Hye Won Suk2) ; Jae Yoon Chang
1)Sogang University
2)Sogang University
Correspondence to : 장재윤, 서강대학교 심리학과, 교수, 서울시 마포구 신수동 1 Tel: 02-705-7956, E-mail: jych@sogang.ac.kr


초록

본 연구는 정서적 고갈과 수면의 질 간의 관계에서 심리적 분리의 간접효과를 검증하였다. 직무 요구상 여러 학생들을 대상으로 자신의 정서를 조절해야 하는 기혼 여교사 78명을 대상으로 일일 조사(월요일부터 금요일까지 하루 2회조사) 자료를 통해 개인 내 수준에서 정서적 고갈이 심리적 분리를 통해 수면의 질을 예측할 수 있는지 검증하였다. 본 연구의 결과는 다음과 같다. 첫째, 매일 퇴근 무렵 경험하는 정서적 고갈의 정도가 퇴근 후 심리적 분리와 부적인 관련성을 보였다. 둘째, 매일 퇴근 후 심리적 분리의 정도는 그날 밤 수면의 질과 정적인 관련성을 보였다. 셋째, 정서적 고갈을 많이 경험할수록 일로부터 심리적으로 분리하지 못하며, 이는 낮은 질의 수면으로 이어지는 심리적 분리의 매개효과가 나타났다. 마지막으로 본 연구의 시사점, 제한점 및 추후 연구방향을 논의하였다.

Abstract

This study investigated the indirect effect of psychological detachment on the relationship between emotional exhaustion and sleep quality. A daily survey (twice a day from Monday to Friday) was conducted to examine whether emotional exhaustion may predict sleep quality via psychological detachment at the within-person level. Results revealed that: 1) daily emotional exhaustion leaving the office was negatively related to the psychological detachment after work; 2) daily psychological detachment after work was positively related to the quality of sleep at night; 3) daily psychological detachment mediated the relationship between emotional exhaustion and sleep quality. These findings can enhance understanding of the process by which psychological mechanism contributes to sleep quality on a daily basis. This study also demonstrates that mentally “switch off” would supplement resources depleted at work and lessen the level of mental activation and arousal to get better sleep.


Keywords: emotional exhaustion, psychological detachment, sleep quality, multilevel structural equation modeling
키워드: 정서적 고갈, 심리적 분리, 수면의 질, 다층 구조방정식

Acknowledgments

본 연구는 제1저자의 석사학위 논문을 수정하였으며, 2020년 SIOP(Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology) Annual Conference에 발표되었다. 본 연구에 사용된 데이터를 제공해준 천미애 선생님께 감사드립니다.


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