Biting the bullet: When self-efficacy mediates the stressful effects of COVID-19 beliefs

Published: 13 January 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/b8zxmw5z3g.1
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Our data was collected by the French-based talent-management platform Praditus. Praditus allows individuals to obtain an assessment of their personality based on worldwide surveys capturing multiple topics and a variety of pre-validated measures. Hence, our data contains a subset of variables from the platform's surveys, and we only used the variables related to COVID-19 beliefs, stress, self-efficacy as well as the control variables gender, age, work experience and the Big 5 personality traits (agreeability, conscientiousness, extraversion, openness, and stability).

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