Exposure to performance pressure, individuals practice self-objectification when they treat themselves as objects or tools for achieving instrumental goals, such as attaining performance goals
“the urgency to achieve high-performance levels because performance is tied to substantial consequences”
The findings suggest that performance pressure can activate employees’ self-objectification, thereby encouraging them to become more engaged in their in-role behaviors. However, such pressure can also produce workplace anxiety, thereby hampering employees’ in-role behavior
More specifically, anxiety increases attention to performance pressure, subsequently reducing attentional focus on current task-relevant behaviors
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