Zapf Dieter
Zapf Dieter
Professor for Work and Organizational Psychology, Goethe University Frankfurt
Verified email at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
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Emotion work and psychological well-being: A review of the literature and some conceptual considerations
D Zapf
Human Resource Management Review 12 (2), 237-268, 2002
18592002
The concept of bullying and harassment at work: the European tradition
SV Einarsen, H Hoel, D Zapf, CL Cooper
Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Theory, research, and practice …, 2020
1741*2020
Action as the core of work psychology: A German approach
M Frese, D Zapf
Handbook of industrial and organizational psychology 4 (2), 271-340, 1994
14541994
Organisational, work group related and personal causes of mobbing/bullying at work
D Zapf
International Journal of Manpower 20 (1/2), 70-85, 1999
14281999
On the relationship between mobbing factors, and job content, social work environment, and health outcomes
D Zapf, C Knorz, M Kulla
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 5 (2), 215-237, 1996
13791996
Longitudinal studies in organizational stress research: a review of the literature with reference to methodological issues.
D Zapf, C Dormann, M Frese
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 1 (2), 145, 1996
13491996
Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace: Theory, Research and Practice (3rd. ed)
SV Einarsen, H Hoel, D Zapf, CL Cooper
CRC Press, 2020
1259*2020
Conflict escalation and coping with workplace bullying: A replication and extension
D Zapf, C Gross
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 10 (4), 497-522, 2001
9762001
Empirical findings on the prevalence and risk groups of bullying in the workplace
D Zapf, J Escartín, M Scheppa-Lahyani, SV Einarsen, H Hoel, M Vartia
Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Theory, research, and practice …, 2020
9512020
Methodological issues in the study of work stress: Objective vs subjective measurement of work stress and the question of longitudinal studies
M Frese, D Zapf
Causes, coping and consequences of stress at work, 375-411, 1988
9031988
Emotion work as a source of stress: The concept and development of an instrument
D Zapf, C Vogt, C Seifert, H Mertini, A Isic
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 8 (3), 371-400, 1999
8191999
Why negative affectivity should not be controlled in job stress research: Don't throw out the baby with the bath water
PE Spector, D Zapf, PY Chen, M Frese
Journal of Organizational Behavior, 79-95, 2000
7682000
Customer-related social stressors and burnout.
C Dormann, D Zapf
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 9 (1), 61, 2004
7672004
Job satisfaction: A meta‐analysis of stabilities
C Dormann, D Zapf
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2001
7432001
Diary studies in organizational research
S Ohly, S Sonnentag, C Niessen, D Zapf
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2010
7352010
Emotion work and job stressors and their effects on burnout
D Zapf, C Seifert, B Schmutte, H Mertini, M Holz
Psychology & health 16 (5), 527-545, 2001
7242001
Individual antecedents of bullying: Personality, motives and competences of victims and perpetrators
D Zapf, SV Einarsen
Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Theory, research, and practice …, 2020
694*2020
On the positive and negative effects of emotion work in organizations
D Zapf, M Holz
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 15 (1), 1-28, 2006
6742006
Social support, social stressors at work, and depressive symptoms: testing for main and moderating effects with structural equations in a three-wave longitudinal study.
C Dormann, D Zapf
Journal of Applied Psychology 84 (6), 874, 1999
4331999
Social stressors at work, irritation, and depressive symptoms: Accounting for unmeasured third variables in a multi‐wave study
C Dormann, D Zapf
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 75 (1), 33-58, 2002
4232002
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