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What is strain-based conflict in work-family research?
(a) Strain in one role affects performance of another role. (b) Work pressures can produce strain such as anxiety, tension, irritability, fatigue, apathy, depression – any work or family role characteristic that produces strain can contribute to work-family conflict. Physical and psychological work demands were positively related to several types of wf conflict. (c) Work-related sources: role ambiguity; low levels of supervisor support; physical and psychological demands; shares some commons sources with time-based conflict. (d) Family-related sources: family conflict in the form of disagreement about traditional gender role behaviors; family strain; absence of support