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Transformational Leadership and Team Effectiveness: The Mediating Role of Affective Team Commitment

135-144

Nicola Paolucci, Isabel Dórdio Dimas, Salvatore Zappalà, Paulo Renato Lourenço, and Teresa Rebelo

Vol. 34. Num. 3. - 2018

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I am engaged, I feel good, and I go the extra-mile: Reciprocal relationships between work engagement and consequences

117-125

Dina Guglielmi

Vol. 29. Num. 3. - 2013

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Assessing Job Performance Using Brief Self-report Scales: The Case of the Individual Work Performance Questionnaire

195 - 205

Pedro J. Ramos-Villagrasa, Juan R. Barrada, Elena Fernández-del-Río, and Linda Koopmans

Vol. 35. Num. 3. - 2019

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Employee Well-being and Life Satisfaction in Argentina: The Contribution of Psychological Detachment from Work

69-81

Leonardo A. Medrano and Mario A. Trógolo

Vol. 34. Num. 2. - 2018

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Psychosocial Risks and Job Satisfaction in Argentinian Scholars: Exploring the Moderating Role of Work Engagement

145-156

Lucas Pujol-Cols and Mariana Lazzaro-Salazar

Vol. 34. Num. 3. - 2018

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Fairness Reactions to the Employment Interview

103-111

Ioannis Nikolaou and Konstantina Georgiou

Vol. 34. Num. 2. - 2018

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Contextual Performance in Academic Settings: The Role of Personality, Self-efficacy, and Impression Management

63-68

Naira Delgado-Rodríguez, Estefanía Hernández-Fernaud, Christian Rosales, Luis Díaz-Vilela, Rosa Isla-Díaz and Dolores Díaz-Cabrera

Vol. 34. Num. 2. - 2018

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Moderated Mediation between Work Life Balance and Employee Job Performance: The Role of Psychological Wellbeing and Satisfaction with Coworkers

29-37

Sajid Haider, Shaista Jabeen and Jamil Ahmad

Vol. 34. Num. 1. - 2018

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Employee Well-being and Life Satisfaction in Argentina: The Contribution of Psychological Detachment from Work

69-81

Leonardo A. Medrano and Mario A. Trógolo

Vol. 34. Num. 2. - 2018

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Development and Validation of a Measure of Work-Family Interface

169-179

Silvia De Simone, Mirian Agus, Diego Lasio, and Francesco Serri

Vol. 34. Num. 3. - 2018

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