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Toon Taris
Toon Taris
Utrecht University || Full Professor, Work & Organizational Psychology || Editor, Work & Stress
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Work engagement: An emerging concept in occupational health psychology
AB Bakker, WB Schaufeli, MP Leiter, TW Taris
Work & stress 22 (3), 187-200, 2008
46612008
A critical review of the job demands-resources model: Implications for improving work and health
GF Bauer, O Hämmig, WB Schaufeli, TW Taris
Bridging occupational, organizational and public health: A transdisciplinary …, 2014
30362014
Workaholism, burnout, and work engagement: three of a kind or three different kinds of employee well‐being?
WB Schaufeli, TW Taris, W Van Rhenen
Applied psychology 57 (2), 173-203, 2008
28652008
" The very best of the millennium": longitudinal research and the demand-control-(support) model.
AH De Lange, TW Taris, MAJ Kompier, ILD Houtman, PM Bongers
Journal of occupational health psychology 8 (4), 282, 2003
16092003
A multigroup analysis of the job demands-resources model in four home care organizations.
AB Bakker, E Demerouti, TW Taris, WB Schaufeli, PJG Schreurs
International Journal of stress management 10 (1), 16, 2003
13942003
The conceptualization and measurement of burnout: Common ground and worlds apart
WB Schaufeli, TW Taris
Work & stress 19 (3), 256-262, 2005
11382005
The structure of occupational well‐being: A study among Dutch teachers
JE Van Horn, TW Taris, WB Schaufeli, PJG Schreurs
Journal of occupational and Organizational Psychology 77 (3), 365-375, 2004
10572004
Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde? On the differences between work engagement and workaholism
WB Schaufeli, TW Taris, AB Bakker
Research companion to working time and work addiction 193, 2006
9032006
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
8972005
When do job demands particularly predict burnout? The moderating role of job resources
D Xanthopoulou, AB Bakker, MF Dollard, E Demerouti, WB Schaufeli, ...
Journal of managerial psychology 22 (8), 766-786, 2007
8442007
Is there a relationship between burnout and objective performance? A critical review of 16 studies
TW Taris
Work & Stress 20 (4), 316-334, 2006
8332006
Being driven to work excessively hard: The evaluation of a two-factor measure of workaholism in the Netherlands and Japan
WB Schaufeli, A Shimazu, TW Taris
Cross-cultural research 43 (4), 320-348, 2009
7742009
Are there causal relationships between the dimensions of the Maslach Burnout Inventory? A review and two longitudinal tests
TW Taris, PM Le Blanc, WB Schaufeli, PJG Schreurs
Work & Stress 19 (3), 238-255, 2005
7642005
The relationships between work characteristics and mental health: Examining normal, reversed and reciprocal relationships in a 4-wave study
AH De Lange*, TW Taris, MAJ Kompier, ILD Houtman, PM Bongers
Work & Stress 18 (2), 149-166, 2004
7122004
A primer in longitudinal data analysis
TW Taris
Sage, 2000
6522000
For fun, love, or money: What drives workaholic, engaged, and burned‐out employees at work?
I Van Beek, Q Hu, WB Schaufeli, TW Taris, BHJ Schreurs
Applied psychology 61 (1), 30-55, 2012
6382012
Daily recovery from work-related effort during non-work time
E Demerouti, AB Bakker, SAE Geurts, TW Taris
Current perspectives on job-stress recovery, 85-123, 2009
5422009
The job demands–resources model: An analysis of additive and joint effects of demands and resources
Q Hu, WB Schaufeli, TW Taris
Journal of vocational behavior 79 (1), 181-190, 2011
5012011
Well-being and organizational performance: An organizational-level test of the happy-productive worker hypothesis
TW Taris, PJG Schreurs
Work & Stress 23 (2), 120-136, 2009
4972009
Workaholism in the Netherlands: Measurement and implications for job strain and work–nonwork conflict
TW Taris, WB Schaufeli, LC Verhoeven
Applied Psychology 54 (1), 37-60, 2005
4412005
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