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Psicologia

versão impressa ISSN 0874-2049

Psicologia v.20 n.1 Lisboa  2006

 

Estilos de vinculação, orientação para o trabalho e relações profissionais

Marisa Fonseca 1

Isabel Soares 2

Carla Martins 3

 

 

Resumo: O presente estudo procura analisar as relações entre os estilos de vincula­ção e a qualidade das relações profissionais e com o trabalho. A maioria dos parti­cipantes do estudo – quinhentos e noventa e oito indivíduos – identifica­‑se com um estilo de vinculação segura e com uma orientação para o trabalho segura, tendo sido encontrada uma associação significativa entre estas duas variáveis. Verificou­‑se, ainda, que os indivíduos com um estilo seguro, quer ao nível da vin­culação, quer ao nível da orientação para o trabalho, manifestam maior satisfação profissional e melhor adaptação ao trabalho.

Palavras‑chave: estilos de vinculação, orientação para o trabalho

 

 

Attachment styles, work orientation and relations

Abstract: The present study was aimed to examine the relations between attachment styles and the quality of work relations. Most of the participants – five hundred and ninety­‑eight adults – show a secure attachment style and a secure work orientation. A positive association was found between these two variables. Participants with a secure attachment style and work orientation show higher levels of satisfaction and adaptation related to their work.

Key‑words: attachment styles, work orientation

 

 

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1 Psicóloga, doutoranda da Facultat de Psicologia, Ciències de l’Educació i de l’Esport Blanquerna, Universitat Ramon Llull. A informação sobre o artigo poderá ser solicitada pelo e‑mail marisaegipto@hotmail.com.

2 Professora Catedrática do Departamento de Psicologia, Instituto de Educação e Psicolo­gia, Universidade do Minho.

3 Professora Auxiliar do Departamento de Psicologia, Instituto de Educação e Psicologia, Universidade do Minho.