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Hans De Witte focuses on Social psychology, Job satisfaction, Job attitude, Job performance and Well-being. His primary area of study in Social psychology is in the field of Workplace bullying. The various areas that Hans De Witte examines in his Job satisfaction study include Life satisfaction, Labour economics, Work motivation, Temporary work and Competence.
The Job attitude study combines topics in areas such as Demographic economics, Job control and Job design. His research integrates issues of Social policy, State of affairs, Human capital, Autonomy and Organizational commitment in his study of Job performance. His Well-being research includes themes of Job insecurity, Unemployment and Developmental psychology.
Hans De Witte spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Job insecurity, Applied psychology, Job satisfaction and Employability. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Well-being and Burnout. His Job insecurity research focuses on subjects like Demographic economics, which are linked to Unemployment.
Job satisfaction is frequently linked to Life satisfaction in his study. His Job attitude research entails a greater understanding of Job performance. Hans De Witte has included themes like Job demands-resources model and Job analysis in his Job design study.
Social psychology, Job insecurity, Applied psychology, Demographic economics and Burnout are his primary areas of study. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Work engagement, Structural equation modeling and Perception. The study incorporates disciplines such as Higher education, Stressor and Sample in addition to Job insecurity.
Hans De Witte has researched Applied psychology in several fields, including Test validity, Conservation of resources theory, Self-efficacy and Employability. His research in Demographic economics tackles topics such as Unemployment which are related to areas like Psychosocial. He interconnects Test, Affect and Well-being in the investigation of issues within Job satisfaction.
Hans De Witte mostly deals with Social psychology, Job insecurity, Developmental psychology, Applied psychology and Work engagement. His study in Social psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stressor and Perception. His Job insecurity research also works with subjects such as
In Developmental psychology, Hans De Witte works on issues like Intervention, which are connected to Early adolescents, Situational ethics, Feeling and Aggression. His Applied psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Test validity, Training, Job attitude and Job analysis. His Work engagement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Validity, Scale, Burnout, Employee engagement and Occupational stress.
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Job Insecurity and Psychological Well-being: Review of the Literature and Exploration of Some Unresolved Issues
Hans De Witte.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (1999)
Explaining the relationships between job characteristics, burnout, and engagement: The role of basic psychological need satisfaction
Anja Van den Broeck;Maarten Vansteenkiste;Hans De Witte;Willy Lens.
Work & Stress (2008)
Capturing autonomy, competence, and relatedness at work: Construction and initial validation of the Work‐related Basic Need Satisfaction scale
Anja Van den Broeck;Maarten Vansteenkiste;Hans De Witte;Bart Soenens.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (2010)
Job insecurity: Review of the international literature on definitions, prevalence, antecedents and consequences
Hans De Witte.
Sa Journal of Industrial Psychology (2005)
On the relations among work value orientations, psychological need satisfaction and job outcomes: A self-determination theory approach.
Maarten Vansteenkiste;Bart Neyrinck;Christopher P. Niemiec;Bart Soenens.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (2007)
Literature review of theory and research on the psychological impact of temporary employment: Towards a conceptual model
Nele De Cuyper;Jeroen De Jong;Hans De Witte;Kerstin Isaksson.
International Journal of Management Reviews (2008)
Not all job demands are equal: Differentiating job hindrances and job challenges in the Job Demands-Resources model.
Anja Van den Broeck;Nele De Cuyper;Hans De Witte;Maarten Vansteenkiste.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2010)
The impact of job insecurity and contract type on attitudes, well-being and behavioural reports: A psychological contract perspective
Nele De Cuyper;Hans De Witte.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (2006)
Employability and Employees’ Well‐Being: Mediation by Job Insecurity
Nele De Cuyper;Claudia Bernhard-Oettel;Erik Berntson;Hans De Witte.
Applied Psychology (2008)
`Objective' vs `Subjective' Job Insecurity: Consequences of Temporary Work for Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment in Four European Countries:
Hans De Witte;Katharina Näswall.
Economic & Industrial Democracy (2003)
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