Work-Family facilitation: a positive psychological perspective on role combination

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Steenbergen, Elianne Florence van;
  • Publisher: Department Psychology / Social and Organizational Psychology, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Leiden University
  • Subject: Cognitive appraisal | Types | Performance | Physical health | Informational support | Field experiment | Home culture | Facilitation | Objective indicators | Organizational culture | Conflict | Work-Family

This dissertation provides a balanced picture of the experiences that individuals can have in the combination of their work and family roles. Extending the common focus in previous literature on experiences of role conflict (and their detrimental consequences), the pres... View more
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