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Bettina S. Wiese
Bettina S. Wiese
Professor of Psychology, RWTH Aachen
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New perspectives for the evaluation of training sessions in self-regulated learning: Time-series analyses of diary data
B Schmitz, BS Wiese
Contemporary educational psychology 31 (1), 64-96, 2006
8242006
The nomological network of self‐management strategies and career success
AE Abele, BS Wiese
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 81 (4), 733-749, 2008
3362008
Social support from work and family domains as an antecedent or moderator of work–family conflicts?
CP Seiger, BS Wiese
Journal of vocational behavior 75 (1), 26-37, 2009
2952009
Selection, optimization, and compensation: An action-related approach to work and partnership
BS Wiese, AM Freund, PB Baltes
Journal of Vocational Behavior 57 (3), 273-300, 2000
2722000
Subjective career success and emotional well-being: Longitudinal predictive power of selection, optimization, and compensation
BS Wiese, AM Freund, PB Baltes
Journal of Vocational Behavior 60 (3), 321-335, 2002
2712002
Life domain balance: Konzepte zur Verbesserung der Lebensqualität
E Ulich, BS Wiese
Springer DE, 2011
1502011
Successful pursuit of personal goals and subjective well-being
BS Wiese
Personal project pursuit, 301-328, 2017
1472017
Parents as role models: Parental behavior affects adolescents’ plans for work involvement
BS Wiese, AM Freund
International Journal of Behavioral Development 35 (3), 218-224, 2011
1172011
Work-life-balance
BS Wiese
Wirtschaftspsychologie, 245-263, 2007
1142007
Goal conflict and facilitation as predictors of work–family satisfaction and engagement
BS Wiese, K Salmela-Aro
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (3), 490-497, 2008
962008
Eine Prozeßstudie selbstregulierten Lernverhaltens im Kontext aktueller affektiver und motivationaler Faktoren.
B Schmitz, BS Wiese
Zeitschrift für Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie, 1999
961999
Mastering developmental transitions in young and middle adulthood: The interplay of openness to experience and traditional gender ideology on women's self-efficacy and …
D Weiss, AM Freund, BS Wiese
Developmental Psychology 48 (6), 1774, 2012
792012
Beyond conflict: Functional facets of the work–family interplay
BS Wiese, CP Seiger, CM Schmid, AM Freund
Journal of Vocational Behavior 77 (1), 104-117, 2010
772010
Keeping an insecure career under control: The longitudinal interplay of career insecurity, self-management, and self-efficacy
A Alisic, BS Wiese
Journal of Vocational Behavior 120, 103431, 2020
732020
Top-down or bottom-up? Prospective relations between general and domain-specific self-efficacy beliefs during a work-family transition
T Grether, JF Sowislo, BS Wiese
Personality and Individual Differences 121, 131-139, 2018
672018
Going beyond work and family: A longitudinal study on the role of leisure in the work–life interplay
M Knecht, BS Wiese, AM Freund
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (7), 1061-1077, 2016
652016
Timing matters: Length of leave and working mothers' daily reentry regrets.
BS Wiese, JO Ritter
Developmental psychology 48 (6), 1797, 2012
642012
Berufliche und familiäre Zielstrukturen
BS Wiese
Waxmann Verlag, 2000
642000
Gender-role attitudes and parental work decisions after childbirth: A longitudinal dyadic perspective with dual-earner couples
AM Stertz, T Grether, BS Wiese
Journal of Vocational Behavior 101, 104-118, 2017
612017
Social support reciprocity and occupational self-efficacy beliefs during mothers' organizational re-entry
D Jaeckel, CP Seiger, U Orth, BS Wiese
Journal of vocational behavior 80 (2), 390-399, 2012
562012
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