Maria T. M. Dijkstra
Maria T. M. Dijkstra
universitair docent vrije universiteit amsterdam
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Conflict at work and individual well‐being
CKW De Dreu, D Van Dierendonck, MTM Dijkstra
International journal of conflict management, 2004
Conflict and well‐being at work: The moderating role of personality
MTM Dijkstra, D van Dierendonck, A Evers, CKW De Dreu
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2005
Engaging in rather than disengaging from stress: Effective coping and perceived control
MTM Dijkstra, AC Homan
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1415, 2016
Responding to conflict at work and individual well-being: The mediating role of flight behaviour and feelings of helplessness
MTM Dijkstra, D van Dierendonck, A Evers
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 14 (2), 119-135, 2005
Reducing conflict-related employee strain: The benefits of an internal locus of control and a problem-solving conflict management strategy
MTM Dijkstra, B Beersma, A Evers
Work & Stress 25 (2), 167-184, 2011
Passive responses to interpersonal conflict at work amplify employee strain
MTM Dijkstra, CKW De Dreu, A Evers, D Van Dierendonck
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 18 (4), 405-423, 2009
The role of the follower in the relationship between empowering leadership and empowerment: A longitudinal investigation
D Van Dierendonck, M Dijkstra
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42, E1-E20, 2012
Sweeping the floor or putting a man on the moon: How to define and measure meaningful work
JMC Both-Nwabuwe, MTM Dijkstra, B Beersma
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1658, 2017
Gossiping as a response to conflict with the boss: alternative conflict management behavior?
M Dijkstra, B Beersma, J van Leeuwen
International Journal of Conflict Management, 2014
The emergence of the Activity Reduces Conflict Associated Strain (ARCAS) model: A test of a conditional mediation model of workplace conflict and employee strain.
M Dijkstra, B Beersma, RAWM Cornelissen
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 17 (3), 365, 2012
Goal integration and well-being: Self-regulation through inner resources in the Netherlands and Spain
D van Dierendonck, R Rodríguez-Carvajal, B Moreno-Jiménez, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 40 (5), 746-760, 2009
The bright and dark side of gossip for cooperation in groups
TD Dores Cruz, B Beersma, MTM Dijkstra, MN Bechtoldt
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 1374, 2019
Understanding the autonomy–meaningful work relationship in nursing: A theoretical framework
JMC Both-Nwabuwe, M Lips-Wiersma, MTM Dijkstra, B Beersma
Nursing outlook 68 (1), 104-113, 2020
Maldistribution or scarcity of nurses? The devil is in the detail
JMC Both‐Nwabuwe, MTM Dijkstra, AB Klink, B Beersma
Journal of Nursing Management 26 (2), 86-93, 2018
Aggression as a motive for gossip during conflict: The role of power, social value orientation, and counterpart's behavior
E Jeuken, B Beersma, FS ten Velden, MTM Dijkstra
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 8 (3), 137-152, 2015
Antecedents and consequences of gossip in work groups
B Beersma, GA Van Kleef, MTM Dijkstra
The Oxford handbook of gossip and reputation, 417-434, 2019
Workplace conflict and individual well-being
MTM Dijkstra
KLI, 2006
Nurses’ experience of individual, group-based, and professional autonomy
JMC Both-Nwabuwe, M Lips-Wiersma, MTM Dijkstra, B Beersma
Nursing outlook 67 (6), 734-746, 2019
Why people gossip and what it brings about: Motives for, and consequences of, informal evaluative information exchange
MN Bechtoldt, B Beersma, MTM Dijkstra
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 24, 2020
When and why does gossip increase prosocial behavior?
AS Nieper, B Beersma, MTM Dijkstra, GA van Kleef
Current opinion in psychology 44, 315-320, 2022
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