Completed and current projects
My completed PhD projects.
- Absenteeism from a social psychological perspective
- Sabine Geurts, University of Nijmegen (NL), 1994.
- Supportive interactions and stressful events at work: An event recording approach
- Maria Peeters, University of Nijmegen (NL), 1994.
- Balancing give and take: An equity approach to burnout
- Dirk Van Dierendonck, Utrecht University (NL), 1996.
- Blauw licht in het donker. Conflicthantering en burnout bij de politie [Blue light in the dark. Conflict management and burnout among police officers]
- Nicolien Kop, Utrecht University (NL), 1999.
- Burnout: Eine Folge konkreter Arbeitsbedingungen bei Dienstleistungs- und Produktionstätigkeiten [Burnout: A consequence of working conditions among service employees and industrial workers]
- Eva Demerouti, Universität Oldenburg (Germany), 1999.
- The short-term effects of effort-reward imbalance: Daily and within-day psychological and physiological measurements
- The treadmill of declining farm-business: On the relationship between farmers’ finances and their well-being
- Teacher burnout: An empirical study among teachers from a social exchange perspective – A flickering flame
- Work and home: Balancing the considerations and considering the balance
- The risk of high-risk jobs. Psychological health consequences in forensic physicians and ambulance workers
- The downside of social support: About the negative effects of receiving social support at work
- Organizational fairness, well-being and sickness absenteeism
- Burnout and engagement among information and communication technology users: A test of the Job Demands – Resources Model
- Diabetes at Work: Fatigue in relation to job characteristics, diabetes symptoms and self-management
- Two model at work: A study on interactions and specificity in relation to the Demand-Control Model and the Effort-Rewards Imbalance Model
- A thesis on fire: Studies of work engagement, Type A behavior and burnout
- Burnout and work engagement: Exploring individual and psychophysiological differences
- A work psychological model that works: Expanding the Job Demands-Recourses Model
- Sick with burnout: Clarified trough electronic diaries, Utrecht University (NL), 2007
- Well-being and performance in academic settings: The predicting role of self-efficacy
- Burnout and work engagement amoung teachers: An application of the Job Demands-Resources Model
- Ethnic diversity at work: About interpersonal relations, well-being and performance in ethnically diverse organizations
- Flow: positive experiences at work. A new avenue toward understanding the quality of working life.
- Agressive behavior at work: Investigating and integrating the target’s and actor’s perspectives
- Effects of a cognitive and a physical focused stress reducing program on psychological complaints and sickness absence
- Treatment fairness and group norms in times of turmoil: Implications for employee well-being
- A journey into the heart of workaholism: Empirical findings from several multi-sample studies
- Building towards engagement: An individual perspective
- Understanding workaholism: About the role of affect and cognitions
- Adaptation to organizational change; The role of meaning-making and other psychological resources
- Well begun is half done: Investigating the work and career of the young workforce
- Crafting the change: The role of job crafting and regulatory focus in adaptation to organizational change
- The Job Demands-Resources Model in China: Validation and extension
- Engaged work teams in healthy companies: Drivers, processes and outcomes of team work engagement.
- Understanding the dark and bright sides of heavy work investment: Psychological studies on workaholism and work engagement.
- Are workaholics born or made? Towards a deeper understanding of the addictive nature of workaholism
- Mastery Matters. The impact of self-efficacy and work focused therapy on return to work among employees with common mental disorders
- Taming the beast of boredom – Exploring boredom at work and the role of job crafting.
- Engaging leadership – Its relationship with follower’s work engagement and job outcomes at the individual and team level.
- Psychological resilience at work: A labyrinth wordt navigating
- Richta IJntema. Utrecht University (NL). 2020.
My current PhD projects.
- Leadership, motivation, psychological well-being and business results: a leadership intervention study (Lars van Tuin)
- How intrapreneurs affect team member engagement: Can (engaging) leaders and teams make a difference? (Wouter Robijn)