Sabine Pohl
Sabine Pohl
Professor of work psychology
Verified email at ulb.be
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The role of supervisor emotional support on individual job satisfaction: A multilevel analysis
S Pohl, M Galletta
Applied Nursing Research 33, 61-66, 2017
712017
Empathy in the emotional interactions with patients. Is it positive for nurses too?
DS Letizia, S Pohl, L Saiani, A Battistelli
Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 4 (2), p74, 2013
71*2013
Beyond the tradition: test of an integrative conceptual model on nurse turnover
A Battistelli, I Portoghese, M Galletta, S Pohl
International Nursing Review 60 (1), 103-111, 2013
612013
The influence of intergroup comparisons on Africans' intelligence test performance in a job selection context
O Klein, S Pohl, C Ndagijimana
The Journal of Psychology 141 (5), 453-468, 2007
462007
Psychological contracts and their implications for job outcomes: A social exchange view
S Pohl, F Bertrand, C Ergen
Military psychology 28 (6), 406-417, 2016
292016
Perceived organizational support, job characteristics and intrinsic motivation as antecedents of organizational citizenship behaviours of nurses
S Pohl, L Dal Santo, A Battistelli
International Review of Social Psychology 25 (3), 39-52, 2012
292012
Promoting organizational citizenship behaviors: The mediating role of intrinsic work motivation
A Battistelli, M Galletta, I Portoghese, S Pohl, C Odoardi
Le travail humain 76 (3), 205-226, 2013
242013
Human resources practices as predictors of organizational citizenship behaviour: The role of job breadth and organizational support
S Pohl, AM Vonthron, C Closon
Journal of Management and Organization 25 (2), 224-238, 2019
222019
Personal values: Variables moderating the relationship between organizational practices and affective commitment to the organization
S Pohl
European review of applied psychology 52 (1), 13-24, 2002
182002
The impact of perceived organizational support and job characteristics on nurses’ organizational citizenship behaviours
S Pohl, A Battistelli, J Librecht
International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, 2013
172013
The impact of perceived organizational commitment and leader commitment on organizational citizenship behaviour
S Pohl, P Paillé
International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, 2011
172011
Empathy and emotional dissonance: Impact on organizational citizenship behaviors
S Pohl, L Dal Santo, A Battistelli
European Review of Applied Psychology 65 (6), 295-300, 2015
152015
L’auto efficacité créative, la flexibilité cognitive et le soutien à l’innovation comme antécédents du comportement innovant
C Binard, S Pohl
Psychologie du Travail et des Organisations 19 (4), 420-435, 2013
112013
Analyse des relations entre climat organisationnel et engagement affectif organisationnel: le rôle médiateur de la satisfaction professionnelle
S Pohl
Psychologie du travail et des organisations 8 (3), 97-113, 2002
112002
Analyse de l’effet du type de tâche sur l’évolution des connaissances à la suite d’un processus d’apprentissage collaboratif
S Pohl, K Dejean
Revue internationale de pédagogie de l’enseignement supérieur 25 (25 (1)), 2009
102009
Juger la recrutabilité des candidats: quels effets de l’apparence et des aptitudes en fonction des types de postes?
P Desrumaux, S Pohl
Psychologie française 63 (2), 217-232, 2018
82018
Emotional dissonance and job satisfaction: the moderating role of organisational commitment and task significance
L Dal Santo, S Pohl, A Battistelli
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 4 (13), 691-691, 2013
82013
Quelle gestion des ressources humaines face à l’impact de l’innovation sur les conditions de travail? La qualité de vie au travail comme préoccupation
S Pohl, P Desrumaux
PIEP Lang, 2014
72014
Psychologies des stéréotypes et des préjugés
O Klein, S Pohl
Quartier libre (Brussels, Belgium), 2007
72007
Les biais rencontrés dans le cadre du processus de sélection professionnelle: une analyse en termes de stéréotypes
O Klein, S Pohl
Psychologies des stéréotypes et préjugés, 2007
62007
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