İş Yükü ve İş Kontrolünün Karar Verme Stilleri Üzerindeki Etkisinde Karar Verme Öz-Yeterliğinin Aracılık Rolü
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The aim of this study was to investigate the mediating role of self-efficacy in decision making on the effect of workload, work control and decision making styles. The study was gathered from 252 government officials, chiefs, branch managers and heads of the departments of the Republic of Turkey. The participants of the study filled out questionnaires about workload, work control, decision making styles and self-efficacy in decision making. According to the results of the research, there was a negative relationship between the level of workload and vigilant decision making style, and a positive relationship with buckpassing, procrastination, and hypervigilance decision making styles. On the other hand, a positive relationship between work control and vigilance decision-making style, and a negative relationship between buckpassing, procrastination and hypervigilance decision-making styles were observed. At the same time, there was a negative relationship between workload and self-efficacy in decision-making, yet a positive relationship was found with work control. In addition, a full mediating role in the relationship between workload in decision-making self-efficacy, work control, vigilant, buckpassing, and procrastination decision-making styles; a partial mediating role was found in the relationship between workload and hypervigilant decision making style in work control were found separately.