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Maslach Burnout Inventory
Remote Online Survey License
You need a Remote Online Survey License if you want to use the MBI online with a non-Mind Garden system such as PsychData, Zoomerang, Qualtrics, or SurveyMonkey. (Includes permission and scoring key for MBI-GS, MBI-ES and MBI-HSS.) With your purchase, you will complete a Remote Online Use Application Form and agree to the Mind Garden Online Use Policy. You retype, reformat, and score the instrument yourself.
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Michael P. Leiter, Ph.D., is an organizational psychologist interested in the relationships of people with their work. He is a professor at Acadia University and researches through the Centre for Organizational Research & Development (Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada).
Christina Maslach, PhD, is a pioneering researcher on job burnout. She is a Professor Emerita of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, Faculty Assistant (to the Chancellor) on the Status of Women, and Vice-Chair of the Psychology Department at UC Berkeley. She has conducted research in a number of areas within social and health psychology.
Susan E. Jackson, Ph.D., is Distinguished Professor of Human Resource Management and Associate Dean for Strategic Planning at Rutgers University (Piscataway, NJ). Her primary areas of expertise include managing for environmental sustainability, work team diversity, and strategic human resource management systems.
Wilmar B. Schaufeli is an occupational health psychologist, professor of work and organizational psychology at Utrecht University (Utrecht, Netherlands), and Distinguished Research Professor at Leuven University (Leuven, Belgium).
Richard L. Schwab, Ph.D., is Dean of Neag School or Education and Raymond Neag Endowed Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Connecticut (Mansfield, CT). His areas of expertise include educational leadership, educational policy, education reform, teacher education, professional development, executive leadership, and social studies education.
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