Fred Zijlstra
Fred Zijlstra
Hoogleraar Arbeids- & Organisatie psychologie, Maastricht University
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Job characteristics and off-job activities as predictors of need for recovery, well-being, and fatigue.
S Sonnentag, FRH Zijlstra
Journal of applied psychology 91 (2), 330, 2006
Efficiency in work behaviour: A design approach for modern tools.
FRH Zijlstra
Temporal factors in mental work: Effects of interrupted activities
FRH Zijlstra, RA Roe, AB Leonora, I Krediet
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 72 (2), 163-185, 1999
Receiving instrumental support at work: when help is not welcome.
JT Deelstra, MCW Peeters, WB Schaufeli, W Stroebe, FRH Zijlstra, ...
Journal of applied psychology 88 (2), 324, 2003
Sleep quantity, sleep difficulties and their perceived consequences in a representative sample of some 2000 British adults
JA Groeger, FRH Zijlstra, DJ Dijk
Journal of sleep research 13 (4), 359-371, 2004
The contribution of various types of activities to recovery
JW Rook, FRH Zijlstra
European journal of work and organizational psychology 15 (2), 218-240, 2006
After work is done: Psychological perspectives on recovery from work
FRH Zijlstra, S Sonnentag
European journal of work and organizational psychology 15 (2), 129-138, 2006
The power of presence: the role of mindfulness at work for daily levels and change trajectories of psychological detachment and sleep quality.
UR Hülsheger, JWB Lang, F Depenbrock, C Fehrmann, FRH Zijlstra, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (6), 1113, 2014
Sustainable employability—definition, conceptualization, and implications: a perspective based on the capability approach
JJ Van der Klink, U Bültmann, A Burdorf, WB Schaufeli, FRH Zijlstra, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 71-79, 2016
Work and rumination
M Cropley, FRH Zijlstra
Handbook of stress in the occupations 487, 503, 2011
Disability and employment–overview and highlights
K Vornholt, P Villotti, B Muschalla, J Bauer, A Colella, F Zijlstra, ...
European journal of work and organizational psychology 27 (1), 40-55, 2018
The construction of a scale to measure perceived effort
FRH Zijlstra, L Van Doorn
University of Technology, 1985
Psychological climate and individual factors as antecedents of work outcomes
A D'Amato, FRH Zijlstra
European Journal of work and organizational psychology 17 (1), 33-54, 2008
When regulating emotions at work pays off: a diary and an intervention study on emotion regulation and customer tips in service jobs.
UR Hülsheger, JWB Lang, AF Schewe, FRH Zijlstra
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (2), 263, 2015
Relationship between job control, work pressure and strain: Studies in the USA and in The Netherlands
P Carayon, F Zijlstra
Work & Stress 13 (1), 32-48, 1999
From recovery to regulation: An attempt to reconceptualize ‘recovery from work’
FRH Zijlstra, M Cropley, LW Rydstedt
Stress and Health 30 (3), 244-252, 2014
The construction of a scale to measure subjective effort
FRH Zijlstra, L Van Doorn
Delft, Netherlands 43 (1985), 124-139, 1985
Setting the tone: Early interaction patterns in swift-starting teams as a predictor of effectiveness
FRH Zijlstra, MJ Waller, SI Phillips
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 21 (5), 749-777, 2012
Call centres: High on technology—high on emotions
C Dormann, F Zijlstra
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 12 (4), 305-310, 2003
Toward a climate for work resumption: the nonmedical determinants of return to work
A D'Amato, F Zijlstra
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine, 67-80, 2010
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