nep-neu New Economics Papers
on Neuroeconomics
Issue of 2020‒01‒27
two papers chosen by
Daniel Houser
George Mason University

  1. Local Exposure to School Shootings and Youth Antidepressant Use By Rossin-Slater, Maya; Schnell, Molly; Schwandt, Hannes; Trejo, Sam; Uniat, Lindsey
  2. The Mediating Role Of Employee Performance: The Effects Of Transformational Leadership, Emotional Intelligence And Role Conflict On Job Satisfaction By Amirullah, Noerhayati; Jamali, Hisnol

  1. By: Rossin-Slater, Maya (Stanford University); Schnell, Molly (Northwestern University); Schwandt, Hannes; Trejo, Sam (Stanford University); Uniat, Lindsey (Yale University)
    Abstract: While over 240,000 American students experienced a school shooting in the last two decades, little is known about the impacts of these events on the mental health of surviving youth. Using large-scale prescription data from 2006 to 2015, we examine the effects of 44 school shootings on youth antidepressant use in a difference-in-difference framework. We find that local exposure to fatal school shootings increases youth antidepressant use by 21.4 percent in the following two years. These effects are smaller in areas with a higher density of mental health providers who focus on behavioral, rather than pharmacological, interventions.
    Keywords: school shootings, youth mental health, antidepressants
    JEL: I18 J13
    Date: 2019–12
    URL: http://d.repec.org/n?u=RePEc:iza:izadps:dp12837&r=all
  2. By: Amirullah, Noerhayati; Jamali, Hisnol
    Abstract: The purpose of this study is to analyze and explain the effects of transformational leadership, emotional intelligence role conflict on employees performance and job satisfaction in the community health care centers in Makassar. Population in this study that the entire staff working in community health care centers in the city of Makassar, which amounted to 513 officers and scattered or work at 14 community health care centers. Sampling was done by purposive sampling technique with the formulations slovin thus obtained a sample of 225 employees, results of data analysis structural equation modeling using AMOS (Analysis of Moment Structures) software provides evidence that the transformational leadership, emotional intelligence and role conflict significant effect on employees performance, transformational leadership and employees performance significant effect on job satisfaction, emotional intelligence and role conflict is not significant on job satisfaction. Then the last causality provides evidence that the mediating role of employee performance is not proved to analyze the effect of transformational leadership, emotional intelligence and role conflict on job satisfaction.
    Date: 2018–05–19
    URL: http://d.repec.org/n?u=RePEc:osf:osfxxx:xt6fe&r=all

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