His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Occupational stress, Job satisfaction, Emotional exhaustion and Developmental psychology. His research investigates the link between Social psychology and topics such as LISREL that cross with problems in Contextual performance. Jan de Jonge works mostly in the field of Occupational stress, limiting it down to topics relating to Demography and, in certain cases, Organizational commitment.
Jan de Jonge integrates Job satisfaction with Wage in his research. His work on Emotional exhaustion is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Job attitude. His study with Job attitude involves better knowledge in Job performance.
Jan de Jonge spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Emotional exhaustion, Occupational stress, Job satisfaction and Applied psychology. His Job attitude and Job performance study in the realm of Social psychology connects with subjects such as Work motivation and Job control. His Emotional exhaustion research focuses on subjects like Feeling, which are linked to Emotional detachment and Clinical psychology.
His studies deal with areas such as Negative affectivity, Personality, Stressor and Demography as well as Occupational stress. His Job satisfaction study combines topics in areas such as Item response theory and Causal model. The various areas that Jan de Jonge examines in his Structural equation modeling study include Developmental psychology and Reciprocal determinism.
His main research concerns Applied psychology, Clinical psychology, Health care, Emotional exhaustion and Workload. Many of his studies on Applied psychology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Passion. His work on Daily diary and Stressor is typically connected to Strain as part of general Clinical psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Health care study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Emotional detachment, Feeling and Multilevel model.
His primary areas of investigation include Passion, Injury prevention, Suicide prevention, Recreation and Human factors and ergonomics. Passion is closely attributed to Applied psychology in his study.
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Reviewing the effort-reward imbalance model: drawing up the balance of 45 empirical studies
Natasja van Vegchel;Jan de Jonge;Hans Bosma;Wilmar Schaufeli.
Job strain, effort-reward imbalance and employee well-being: a large-scale cross-sectional study.
Jan de Jonge;Hans Bosma;Richard Peter;Johannes Siegrist.
Stressors, Resources, and Strain at Work: A Longitudinal Test of the Triple-Match Principle.
Jan de Jonge;Christian Dormann.
Specific determinants of intrinsic work motivation, burnout and turnover intentions: a study among nurses
Peter P.M. Janssen;Jan De Jonge;Arnold B. Bakker.
Testing reciprocal relationships between job characteristics and psychological well-being: A cross-lagged structural equation model
Jan de Jonge;Jan de Jonge;Christian Dormann;Peter P. M. Janssen;Maureen F. Dollard.
A Critical Examination of the Demand-Control-Support Model from a Work Psychological Perspective
Jan de Jonge;Michiel A. J. Kompier.
Job characteristics and employee well-being: a test of Warr's Vitamin Model in health care workers using structural equation modelling
Jan De Jonge;Wilmar B. Schaufeli.
Specific determinants of intrinsic work motivation, emotional exhaustion and turnover intention: A multisample longitudinal study
Inge Houkes;Peter P.M. Janssen;Jan de Jonge;Arnold B. Bakker.
Psychosocial job strain and productivity in human service workers: A test of the demand-control-support model.
Maureen F. Dollard;Helen R. Winefield;Anthony H. Winefield;Jan de Jonge.
Stress and Student Job Design: Satisfaction, Well-Being, and Performance in University Students
Sarah J. Cotton;Maureen F. Dollard;Jan de Jonge.
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