Two hundred and twenty-five foreign exchange dealers working in the City of London completed the Coping Inventory of the Occupational Stress Indicator as part of an investigation of the mental health, job satisfaction, alcohol intake, and occupational stress of this employment group. Results indicate that dealers make less use of the coping strategies examined than the normative population, and that dealers appear to be a very homogeneous group in their use of coping techniques. The coping strategies adopted by various subgroups of dealers were also examined. Problems with the reliability of the Coping Inventory are high-lighted. © 1996 Human Sciences Press, Inc.
|Number of pages
|International Journal of Stress Management
|Published - Jul 1996
- Coping strategies
- Foreign exchange dealers
- Occupational Stress Indicator