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Publications

Integrative review: Vacations and subjective well-being

Crafting and human energy: Needs-based crafting efforts across life domains shape employees’ daily energy trajectories

Daily sleep in relation to subjective and physiological stress in an occupational context daily vigor as a mediator

The Effectiveness of a Hybrid Off-Job Crafting Intervention on Employees’ Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Well-Being

Being an accountant, cook, entertainer and teacher-all at the same time: Changes in employees' work and work-related well-being during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Crafting work-nonwork balance involving life domain boundaries: Development and validation of a novel scale across five countries

Moving from opposition to taking ownership of open science to make discoveries that matter.

Needs-based off-job crafting across different life domains and contexts: Testing a novel conceptual and measurement approach

Recovery Across Different Temporal Settings: How Lunchtime Activities Influence Evening Activities

Resilience during Crisis and the Role of Age: Involuntary Telework during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Press/media

Frust am Arbeitsplatz: Job Crafting oder kündigen?

‘Workcations’ Aren’t an Escape. They’re Practice.

The Social Impact of Work-Rest Balance

How to think smart about your downtime

Making holidays work

The Smartest Way to Take a Vacation

Lomanhäpäisijä merten takaa

Why Your Brain Needs More Downtime

Der Schlüssel zur Erholung

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