Martin Euwema mostly deals with Social psychology, Burnout, Occupational stress, Health care and Job satisfaction. In his study, Interpersonal relationship is strongly linked to Conflict resolution, which falls under the umbrella field of Social psychology. When carried out as part of a general Burnout research project, his work on Depersonalization is frequently linked to work in Human factors and ergonomics, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Occupational stress research incorporates elements of Emotional exhaustion, Human services, Job stress, Stressor and Reciprocity. His work in the fields of Patient safety overlaps with other areas such as Adverse effect. His study involves Job attitude and Job demands-resources model, a branch of Job satisfaction.
Martin Euwema mainly investigates Social psychology, Mediation, Public relations, Conflict management and Burnout. His study in the field of Interpersonal communication also crosses realms of Context. The study incorporates disciplines such as Power and Business economics in addition to Mediation.
The various areas that he examines in his Public relations study include Industrial relations and Social dialogue. Martin Euwema undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Industrial relations and Constructive in his work. His work carried out in the field of Burnout brings together such families of science as Work engagement, Job satisfaction, Cynicism and Occupational stress.
His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Mediation, Public relations, Conflict management and Business economics. His Social psychology study often links to related topics such as Coping. His work in the fields of Mediation, such as Conciliation and Alternative dispute resolution, overlaps with other areas such as Perspective.
In general Public relations study, his work on Transformational leadership often relates to the realm of Context, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Conflict management research includes elements of Industrial relations, Social exchange theory and Industrial and organizational psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Test, Scale, Intragroup conflict, Entrepreneurship and Human resource management.
His main research concerns Public relations, Social psychology, Patient safety, Ethical leadership and Mediation. His studies deal with areas such as Conflict management and Business economics as well as Public relations. Martin Euwema interconnects Stressor and Crime scene in the investigation of issues within Social psychology.
Martin Euwema has researched Patient safety in several fields, including Computer-assisted web interviewing, Mental health and Medical emergency. His research in Mediation intersects with topics in Common-method variance, Conflict resolution, Intragroup conflict, Social learning theory and Self-efficacy. The concepts of his Health care study are interwoven with issues in Occupational safety and health and Burnout.
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Job resources buffer the impact of job demands on burnout
Arnold B. Bakker;Evangelia Demerouti;Martin C. Euwema.
Crossover of burnout and engagement in work teams
Arnold B. Bakker;Hetty van Emmerik;Martin C. Euwema.
Burnout, job stress and violent behaviour among Dutch police officers
Nicolien Kop;Martin Euwema;Wilmar Schaufeli.
Health Care Professionals as Second Victims after Adverse Events: A Systematic Review
Deborah Seys;Albert W. Wu;Eva Van Gerven;Arthur Vleugels.
Evaluation & the Health Professions (2013)
Leadership and team cohesiveness across cultures
Hein Wendt;Martin C. Euwema;I.J. Hetty van Emmerik.
Leadership Quarterly (2009)
Motivated information processing, strategic choice, and the quality of negotiated agreement.
Carsten K. W. De Dreu;Bianca Beersma;Katherine Stroebe;Martin C. Euwema.
Agreeableness and activeness as components of conflict behaviors
van de Evert Vliert;M C Euwema.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1994)
Managing conflict with a subordinate or a superior: Effectiveness of conglomerated behavior
van de Evert Vliert;M.C. Euwema;S.E. Huismans.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1995)
Leadership styles and group organizational citizenship behavior across cultures
Martin C. Euwema;Hein Wendt;Hetty van Emmerik.
Journal of Organizational Behavior (2007)
Occupational Stress and the Use of Force by Dutch Police Officers
Nicolien Kop;Martin C. Euwema.
Criminal Justice and Behavior (2001)
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