Ute Hulsheger
Ute Hulsheger
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Team-level predictors of innovation at work: a comprehensive meta-analysis spanning three decades of research.
UR Hülsheger, N Anderson, JF Salgado
Journal of Applied psychology 94 (5), 1128, 2009
13832009
Benefits of mindfulness at work: the role of mindfulness in emotion regulation, emotional exhaustion, and job satisfaction.
UR Hülsheger, HJEM Alberts, A Feinholdt, JWB Lang
Journal of applied psychology 98 (2), 310, 2013
9582013
On the costs and benefits of emotional labor: a meta-analysis of three decades of research.
UR Hülsheger, AF Schewe
Journal of occupational health psychology 16 (3), 361, 2011
8442011
Applicant reactions in selection: Comprehensive meta‐analysis into reaction generalization versus situational specificity
N Anderson, JF Salgado, UR Hülsheger
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 18 (3), 291-304, 2010
2292010
Emotional labor, strain, and performance: Testing reciprocal relationships in a longitudinal panel study.
UR Hülsheger, JWB Lang, GW Maier
Journal of occupational health psychology 15 (4), 505, 2010
2082010
The power of presence: the role of mindfulness at work for daily levels and change trajectories of psychological detachment and sleep quality.
UR Hülsheger, JWB Lang, F Depenbrock, C Fehrmann, FRH Zijlstra, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 99 (6), 1113, 2014
1882014
A low‐dose mindfulness intervention and recovery from work: Effects on psychological detachment, sleep quality, and sleep duration
UR Hülsheger, A Feinholdt, A Nübold
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 88 (3), 464-489, 2015
1722015
Validity of General Mental Ability for the Prediction of Job Performance and Training Success in Germany: A meta‐analysis1
UR Hülsheger, GW Maier, T Stumpp
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 15 (1), 3-18, 2007
1422007
Core self‐evaluations in Germany: Validation of a German measure and its relationships with career success
T Stumpp, PM Muck, UR Hülsheger, TA Judge, GW Maier
Applied Psychology 59 (4), 674-700, 2010
1202010
Nature and nurture of the interplay between personality traits and major life goals.
W Bleidorn, C Kandler, UR Hülsheger, R Riemann, A Angleitner, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 99 (2), 366, 2010
1142010
General mental ability, narrower cognitive abilities, and job performance: The perspective of the nested‐factors model of cognitive abilities
JWB Lang, M Kersting, UR Hülsheger, J Lang
Personnel Psychology 63 (3), 595-640, 2010
1032010
When regulating emotions at work pays off: A diary and an intervention study on emotion regulation and customer tips in service jobs.
UR Hülsheger, JWB Lang, AF Schewe, FRH Zijlstra
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (2), 263, 2015
952015
Expanding the link between core self-evaluations and affective job attitudes
T Stumpp, UR Hülsheger, PM Muck, GW Maier
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 18 (2), 148-166, 2009
872009
Persönlichkeitseigenschaften, Intelligenz und Erfolg im Beruf: eine Bestandsaufnahme internationaler und nationaler Forschung
UR Hülsheger, GW Maier
Psychologische Rundschau 59 (2), 108-122, 2008
872008
Applicant perspectives in selection: Going beyond preference reactions
UR Hülsheger, N Anderson
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 17 (4), 335-345, 2009
832009
Implicit motives, explicit traits, and task and contextual performance at work.
JWB Lang, I Zettler, C Ewen, UR Hülsheger
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (6), 1201, 2012
812012
A narrower scope or a clearer lens for personality? Examining sources of observers’ advantages over self‐reports for predicting performance
BS Connelly, UR Hülsheger
Journal of personality 80 (3), 603-631, 2012
692012
Vergleich kriteriumsbezogener Validitäten verschiedener Intelligenztests zur Vorhersage von Ausbildungserfolg in Deutschland: Ergebnisse einer Metaanalyse
UR Hülsheger, GW Maier, T Stumpp, PM Muck
Zeitschrift für Personalpsychologie 5 (4), 145-162, 2006
582006
Dissociating indifferent, directional, and extreme responding in personality data: Applying the three‐process model to self‐and observer reports
I Zettler, JWB Lang, UR Hülsheger, BE Hilbig
Journal of Personality 84 (4), 461-472, 2016
442016
What makes employees resilient to job demands? The role of core self-evaluations in the relationship between job demands and strain reactions
RRA van Doorn, UR Hülsheger
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (1), 76-87, 2015
422015
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