About the special issue
Articles in this issue
Quick, James Campbell
Introduction to the Special Issue: Work–Family Research in Occupational Health Psychology
Westman, Mina; Piotrkowski, Chaya S.
Fit as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Work Hours and Burnout
Barnett, Rosalind C.; Gareis, Karen C.; Brennan, Robert T.
Value Attainment: An Explanation for the Negative Effects of Work–Family Conflict on Job and Life Satisfaction
Perrewé, Pamela L.; Hochwarter, Wayne A.; Kiewitz, Christian
Work–Family Conflict, Spouse Support, and Nursing Staff Well-Being During Organizational Restructuring
Burke, Ronald J.; Greenglass, Esther R.
The Source, Nature, and Direction of Work and Family Conflict: A Longitudinal Investigation
Kelloway, E. Kevin; Gottlieb, Benjamin H.; Barham, Lisa
Parents' Job Insecurity Affects Children's Grade Performance Through the Indirect Effects of Beliefs in an Unjust World and Negative Mood
Barling, Julian; Mendelson, Morris B.
The Impact of Dependent-Care Responsibility and Gender on Work Attitudes
Buffardi, Louis C.; Smith, Jennifer L.; O'Brien, Alison S.; Erdwins, Carol J.
The Home as a Workplace: Work–Family Interaction and Psychological Well-Being in Telework
Standen, Peter; Daniels, Kevin; Lamond, David
The Work–Family Research Agenda in Changing Contexts
Lewis, Suzan; Cooper, Cary L.
Work-Related Stress — It's Time to Act
Levi, Lennart; Sauter, Steven L.; Shimomitsu, Teruichi
The Tokyo Declaration on Work-Related Stress and Health in Three Postindustrial Settings — The European Union, Japan and the United States of America
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