Eva Selenko
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Beyond debt. A moderator analysis of the relationship between perceived financial strain and mental health
E Selenko, B Batinic
Social science & medicine 73 (12), 1725-1732, 2011
Does latent deprivation lead to psychological distress? Investigating Jahoda's model in a four‐wave study
E Selenko, B Batinic, K Paul
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 84 (4), 723-740, 2011
Does job insecurity threaten who you are? Introducing a social identity perspective to explain well‐being and performance consequences of job insecurity
E Selenko, A Mäkikangas, CB Stride
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (6), 856-875, 2017
How does job insecurity relate to self‐reported job performance? Analysing curvilinear associations in a longitudinal sample
E Selenko, A Mäkikangas, S Mauno, U Kinnunen
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 86 (4), 522-542, 2013
On the link between job insecurity and turnover intentions: moderated mediation by work involvement and well-being.
B Stiglbauer, E Selenko, B Batinic, S Jodlbauer
Journal of occupational health psychology 17 (3), 354, 2012
The relationship between job dissatisfaction and training transfer
S Jodlbauer, E Selenko, B Batinic, B Stiglbauer
International Journal of Training and Development 16 (1), 39-53, 2012
Job insecurity and the benefits of work
E Selenko, B Batinic
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (6), 725-736, 2013
Are workers in high-status jobs healthier than others? Assessing Jahoda's latent benefits of employment in two working populations
B Batinic, E Selenko, B Stiglbauer, KI Paul
Work & Stress 24 (1), 73-87, 2010
(How) Do work placements work? Scrutinizing the quantitative evidence for a theory-driven future research agenda
I Inceoglu, E Selenko, A McDowall, S Schlachter
Journal of Vocational Behavior 110, 317-337, 2019
On the dynamics of work identity in atypical employment: setting out a research agenda
E Selenko, H Berkers, A Carter, SA Woods, K Otto, T Urbach, H De Witte
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 27 (3), 324-334, 2018
Impact of job insecurity on job performance introduction
N De Cuyper, B Schreurs, H De Witte, E Selenko
Career Development International, 2020
Toward an understanding of a healthy organizational change process: A three-wave longitudinal study among university employees.
A Mäkikangas, S Mauno, E Selenko, U Kinnunen
International Journal of Stress Management 26 (2), 204, 2019
Are virtues national, supranational, or universal?
JP Van Oudenhoven, B De Raad, ME Timmerman, F Askevis-Leherpeux, ...
SpringerPlus 3 (1), 1-12, 2014
Perceived quality of internships and employability perceptions: the mediating role of career-entry worries
K Ebner, R Soucek, E Selenko
Education+ Training, 2021
Psychological effects of (non) employment: A cross‐national comparison of the United States and Japan
T Gnambs, B Stiglbauer, E Selenko
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 56 (6), 659-669, 2015
Perceptions of corruption: An empirical study controlling for survey bias
KS Friesenbichler, E Selenko, G Clarke
Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics 30 (1), 55-77, 2018
More evidence on the latent benefits of work: Bolstered by volunteering while threatened by job insecurity
E Selenko, B Stiglbauer, B Batinic
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 29 (3), 364-376, 2020
The after-effects of youth unemployment: More vulnerable persons are less likely to succeed in Youth Guarantee programmes
E Selenko, K Pils
Economic and Industrial Democracy, 2016
The development and initial validation of a self-report job precariousness scale suitable for use with young adults who study and work
PA Creed, M Hood, E Selenko, L Bagley
Journal of Career Assessment 28 (4), 636-654, 2020
Effects of country size and language similarity on international attitudes: A six‐nation study
JP Van Oudenhoven, E Selenko, S Otten
International Journal of Psychology 45 (1), 48-55, 2010
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