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- PublicationAccès libreOn the asymmetry of losses and gains: Implications of changing work conditions for well-being.(2023)
; ;Anita C. Keller ;Dorota ReisChristoph Nohe
- PublicationAccès libreIt’s a new day – is it? Testing accumulation and sensitisation effects of workload on fatigue in daily diary studies(2023)
;Anita C. KellerStudies investigating the stressor–strain relation using daily diary designs have been interested in within-person deviations that predict well-being outcomes on the same day. These models typically have not accounted for the possibility of short-term accumulation (i.e. previous stressor experiences having a lasting effect and affecting strain on subsequent occasions) and sensitisation (i.e. previous stressor experiences amplifying subsequent reactions to stressors) effects of stressors such as workload across days. In this study, we test immediate, accumulation, and sensitisation effects of workload on fatigue within and across days using four diary studies (mean observations = 1,406; mean N = 166). In all four studies, we observed that workload had positive concurrent effects on fatigue. In addition, we found that workload had positive effects on fatigue within one day. However, there was insufficient support for short-term accumulation or sensitisation effects, implying that higher levels of workload on previous days did not directly affect or amplify the effect of workload on fatigue on that day. We discuss implications for recovery theories and potential future avenues to refine the theoretical propositions that describe intra-individual stress and recovery processes across days.
- PublicationAccès libreMoving from opposition to taking ownership of open science to make discoveries that matter(2022)
;Oliver Weigelt ;Kimberly A. French ;Jessica de Bloom ;Carolin Dietz ;Michael Knoll ;Jana Kühnel ; ;Roman Prem ;Shani Pindek ;Antje Schmitt ;Christine J. SyrekFloor Rink
- PublicationAccès libreLe télétravail(2022)
;Ancelle Juliette ; ;Berset Bircher Valérie ; ;Brugger Céline ; ; ;Marie Guignard ; ;Major Marie ;Müller Könz Corina ; ;Riondel Besson Guylaine ; ;Steiner Rebekka S. ; ;
- PublicationAccès libreIs Burnout a Depressive Condition? A 14-Sample Meta-Analytic and Bifactor Analytic StudyThere is no consensus on whether burnout constitutes a depressive condition or an original entity requiring specific medical and legal recognition. In this study, we examined burnout–depression overlap using 14 samples of individuals from various countries and occupational domains ( N = 12,417). Meta-analytically pooled disattenuated correlations indicated (a) that exhaustion—burnout’s core—is more closely associated with depressive symptoms than with the other putative dimensions of burnout (detachment and efficacy) and (b) that the exhaustion–depression association is problematically strong from a discriminant validity standpoint ( r = .80). The overlap of burnout’s core dimension with depression was further illuminated in 14 exploratory structural equation modeling bifactor analyses. Given their consistency across countries, languages, occupations, measures, and methods, our results offer a solid base of evidence in support of the view that burnout problematically overlaps with depression. We conclude by outlining avenues of research that depart from the use of the burnout construct.
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- PublicationAccès libreAppreciation and Illegitimate Tasks as Predictors of Affective Well-being: Disentangling Within- and Between-Person Effects
- PublicationAccès libreAdding insult to injury: Illegitimate stressors and their association with situational well-being, social self-esteem, and desire for revenge