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Table 2 Internal consistency, mean and standard deviation of the COPSOQ II subscales

From: Psychosocial risks factors among victim support workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: a study with the Copenhagen Psychosocial Questionnaire

COPSOQ II dimensions Subscales (item number) α Sample
M (DP)
Instrument
M (DP)
Demands at work Quantitative Demands (3) 0.75 2.80 (0.83) 2.48 (0.86)
Work Pace (1) * 3.11 (0.97) 3.18 (1.00)
Cognitive Demands (3) 0.76 3.96 (0.72) 3.79 (0.71)
Emotional Demands (1) * 4.15 (0.86) 3.42 (1.15)
Work organization and job contents Influence at Work (4) 0.74 3.23 (0.85) 2.83 (0.89)
Development Possibilities (3) 0.71 4.23 (0.61) 3.85 (0.81)
Meaning of Work (3) 0.84 3.86 (0.80) 4.03 (0.72)
Commitment to the Workplace (2) 0.90 4.32 (0.76) 3.40 (0.90)
Interpersonal relations and leadership Predictability (2) 0.84 4.07 (0.83) 3.23 (0.92)
Rewards (3) 0.30 3.15 (0.58) 3.71(0.87)
Role Clarity (3) 0.32 3.65 (0.59) 4.19 (0.72)
Role Conflicts (3) 0.77 3.60 (0.91) 2.94 (0.69)
Leadership Quality (4) 0.83 4.12 (0.75) 3.49 (0.93)
Social Support from Supervisor (3) 0.89 3.84 (0.91) 3.13 (0.97)
Social Support from Colleagues (3) 0.31 3.21 (0.53) 3.44 (0.77)
Work-individual interface Job Insecurity (1) * 1.86 (0.67) 3.13 (1.47)
Job Satisfaction (4) 0.86 4.09 (0.72) 3.37 (0.75)
Work/Family Conflict (3) 0.76 3.91 (0.73) 2.67 (1.05)
Workplace values Vertical Trust (3) 0.67 4.27 (0.52) 3.60 (0.60)
Horizontal Trust (3) 0.65 3.81 (0.78) 2.79 (0.64)
Justice and Respect (3) 0.73 3.70 (0.69) 3.37 (0.81)
Sense of Community at Work (3) 0.31 3.00 (0.59) 3.97 (0.81)
Personality Self-efficacy (2) 0.91 2.39 (1.03) 3.90 (0.67)
Health and well-being General Health (1) * 2.42 (1.19) 3.44 (0.91)
Stress (2) 0.85 2.44 (1.07) 2.70 (0.90)
Burnout (2) 0.85 2.86 (0.99) 2.70 (0.97)
Sleep Problems (2) 0.78 2.65 (0.91) 2.46 (1.05)
Depressive Symptoms (2) 0.79 3.03 (0.90) 2.35 (0.91)
Offensive behaviours Offensive Behaviours (4) 0.79 1.09 (0.31) 1.23 (0.48)
  1. M = Mean; SD = Standard Deviation; α = Cronbach's alpha
  2. *It is not possible to calculate Cronbach's alpha since the subscale consists of a single item