Sabine A.E. Geurts
Sabine A.E. Geurts
Professor of Work & Organizational Psychology, Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University
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Recovery as an explanatory mechanism in the relation between acute stress reactions and chronic health impairment
SAE Geurts, S Sonnentag
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 482-492, 2006
Work-home interaction from a work psychological perspective: Development and validation of a new questionnaire, the SWING
SAE Geurts, TW Taris, MAJ Kompier, JSE Dikkers, MLM Van Hooff, ...
Work & Stress 19 (4), 319-339, 2005
Work/non-work interface: A review of theories and findings
SAE Geurts, E Demerouti
The handbook of work and health psychology 2, 279-312, 2003
Toward a dual-process model of work-home interference
AB Bakker, SAE Geurts
Work and occupations 31 (3), 345-366, 2004
Types of work‐family interface: Well‐being correlates of negative and positive spillover between work and family
U Kinnunen, T Feldt, S Geurts, L Pulkkinen
Scandinavian journal of psychology 47 (2), 149-162, 2006
Daily recovery from work-related effort during non-work time
E Demerouti, AB Bakker, SAE Geurts, TW Taris
Current perspectives on job-stress recovery, 2009
Work-to-family conflict and its relationship with satisfaction and well-being: A one-year longitudinal study on gender differences
U Kinnunen*, S Geurts, S Mauno
Work & Stress 18 (1), 1-22, 2004
Antecedents and consequences of work–home interference among medical residents
S Geurts, C Rutte, M Peeters
Social science & medicine 48 (9), 1135-1148, 1999
Does work–home interference mediate the relationship between workload and well-being?
SAE Geurts, MAJ Kompier, S Roxburgh, ILD Houtman
Journal of vocational behavior 63 (3), 532-559, 2003
Do we recover from vacation? Meta‐analysis of vacation effects on health and well‐being
J De Bloom, M Kompier, S Geurts, C De Weerth, T Taris, S Sonnentag
Journal of occupational health 51 (1), 13-25, 2009
Systematic review on the association between employee worktime control and work-non-work balance, health and well-being, and job-related outcomes
HH Nijp, DGJ Beckers, SAE Geurts, P Tucker, MAJ Kompier
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 299-313, 2012
Associations between overtime and psychological health in high and low reward jobs
M Van der Hulst, S Geurts
Work and stress 15 (3), 227-240, 2001
Cases in stress prevention: the success of a participative and stepwise approach
MAJ Kompier, SAE Geurts, RWM Gründemann, P Vink, PGW Smulders
Stress medicine 14 (3), 155-168, 1998
A multiple case study approach to work stress prevention in Europe
MAJ Kompier, CL Cooper, SAE Geurts
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 9 (3), 371-400, 2000
Burnout and intention to leave among mental health-care professionals: A social psychological approach
S Geurts, W Schaufeli, J De Jonge
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 17 (3), 341, 1998
Effects of work–family conflict on employees’ well-being: The moderating role of recovery strategies.
B Moreno-Jiménez, M Mayo, AI Sanz-Vergel, S Geurts, ...
Journal of occupational health psychology 14 (4), 427, 2009
A hard day’s night: a longitudinal study on the relationships among job demands and job control, sleep quality and fatigue
AH De Lange, MAJ Kompier, TW Taris, SAE Geurts, DGJ Beckers, ...
Journal of sleep research 18 (3), 374-383, 2009
Effects of child–caregiver ratio on the interactions between caregivers and children in child‐care centers: An experimental study
EJ De Schipper, J Marianne Riksen‐Walraven, SAE Geurts
Child development 77 (4), 861-874, 2006
The impact of shiftwork on work–home conflict, job attitudes and health
E Demerouti, SAE Geurts, AB Bakker, M Euwema
Ergonomics 47 (9), 987-1002, 2004
Absenteeism, turnover intention and inequity in the employment relationship
SA Geurts, WB Schaufeli, CG Rutte
Work & Stress 13 (3), 253-267, 1999
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