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Burnout may occur with individuals who work with other people and who give much more than they get in return. Symptoms may include lack of enthusiasm for work, a sense of helplessness, and frustration. Physical changes occur during stress, and psychological stress involves both the environmental stimulus and the individual's reaction.
workers reported as many depressive symptoms as clinically depressed patients. Moreover, a study by Bianchi, Schonfeld, and Laurent (2014) showed that about 90% of workers with full-blown burnout meet diagnostic criteria for depression .
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Burnout: The New Academic Disease (ASHE-ERIC, 1983), by Winifred Albizu Melendez, Rafel M. De Guzman. This book is out of print.
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Melendez, Winifred Albizu, Guzmán Rafael M. de, and ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education. Burnout: The New Academic Disease. Association for the Study of Higher Education. Montsi, Mercy R, Elias Mpofu, and Bonkamile E Odirile. Career Coping and Subjective Well-Being among University Employees. Perspectives in Education 27 (3): 247–57.
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