Barbara Stiglbauer
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The upward spiral of adolescents' positive school experiences and happiness: Investigating reciprocal effects over time
B Stiglbauer, T Gnambs, M Gamsjäger, B Batinic
Journal of school psychology 51 (2), 231-242, 2013
582013
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
532012
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
512012
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
462010
Parents as a resource: Communication quality affects the relationship between adolescents' internet use and loneliness
M Appel, P Holtz, B Stiglbauer, B Batinic
Journal of adolescence 35 (6), 1641-1648, 2012
402012
Internet use and verbal aggression: The moderating role of parents and peers
M Appel, B Stiglbauer, B Batinic, P Holtz
Computers in human behavior 33, 235-241, 2014
322014
EHR acceptance among Austrian resident doctors
K Steininger, B Stiglbauer
Health Policy and Technology 4 (2), 121-130, 2015
252015
Factors explaining physicians' acceptance of electronic health records
K Steininger, B Stiglbauer, B Baumgartner, B Engleder
2014 47th Hawaii international conference on system sciences, 2768-2777, 2014
182014
The role of Jahoda's latent and financial benefits for work involvement: A longitudinal study
B Stiglbauer, B Batinic
Journal of Vocational Behavior 81 (2), 259-268, 2012
172012
Proactive coping with job insecurity: Is it always beneficial to well-being?
B Stiglbauer, B Batinic
Work & Stress 29 (3), 264-285, 2015
162015
The Interactive Effects of Motivations and Trust in Anonymity on Adolescents' Enduring Participation in Web-Based Social Science Research: A Longitudinal Behavioral Analysis.
B Stiglbauer, T Gnambs, M Gamsjäger
International Journal of Internet Science 6 (1), 2011
142011
EyeCo: Effects of shared gaze on social presence in an online cooperative game
B Maurer, M Lankes, B Stiglbauer, M Tscheligi
International Conference on Entertainment Computing, 102-114, 2016
132016
An eye for an eye: gaze input in competitive online games and its effects on social presence
M Lankes, B Maurer, B Stiglbauer
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Advances in Computer …, 2016
112016
Under what conditions does job control moderate the relationship between time pressure and employee well‐being? Investigating the role of match and personal control beliefs
B Stiglbauer
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (5), 730-748, 2017
102017
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
102015
Does your health really benefit from using a self-tracking device? Evidence from a longitudinal randomized control trial
B Stiglbauer, S Weber, B Batinic
Computers in Human Behavior 94, 131-139, 2019
42019
Exploring Different Forms of Job (Dis) Satisfaction and Their Relationship with Well‐Being, Motivation and Performance
C Kovacs, B Stiglbauer, B Batinic, T Gnambs
Applied Psychology 67 (3), 523-556, 2018
42018
GazeAR: Mobile gaze-based interaction in the context of augmented reality games
M Lankes, B Stiglbauer
International Conference on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Computer …, 2016
42016
Need for uniqueness determines reactions to web-based personalized advertising
B Stiglbauer, C Kovacs
Psychological reports 122 (1), 246-267, 2019
32019
Interplayces: Results of an intergenerational games study
M Lankes, J Hagler, F Gattringer, B Stiglbauer
Joint International Conference on Serious Games, 85-97, 2017
32017
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