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Effects of support on stress and burnout in school principals

Bibliographic reference Beausaert, Simon ; Froehlich, Dominik E. ; Devos, Christelle ; Riley, Philip. Effects of support on stress and burnout in school principals. In: Educational Research, Vol. 58, p. 347-365 (2016)
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