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David E. Caughlin
Commuting -- Psychological aspects, Stress (Psychology), Commuters -- Attitudes
Commuter-related stress, its history, associated determinants, outcomes in work environments and theoretical and methodological approaches were examined. In this cross-disciplinary review, I synthesize the research findings on commuting-related stress as it relates to workplace outcomes. In the extant literature, control, predictability, impedance, and length of commute are commonly associated with commuter stress. In addition, prior research has identified workplace aggression and absenteeism as prominent work-related outcomes of commuter stress.
Holland, Damon M., "Cost of Commuting: A Review of Determinants, Outcomes, and Theories of Commuting-Related Stress" (2016). University Honors Theses. Paper 299.