ABSTRACT. My aim in this paper is to examine the construct of workaholism, organizational outcomes of workaholism, external requirements that may further workaholic behavior, and the perceptual processes related to workaholism. The material gathered in this study provides a rich and diverse context for understanding the possible effectiveness of cognitive schemes in diminishing workaholism, autonomous and controlled motivation as determinants of workaholism, and the intrinsic motivations of workaholism. These findings highlight the importance of examining the prevention of workaholism, types of individual guidance and treatment of workaholics, and the behavioral and cognitive features of workaholism. pp. 7–12

Keywords: workaholism; organization; behavior pattern; cognition; motivation

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