Ulla Kinnunen
Ulla Kinnunen
Professor (in psychology), Tampere University
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Job demands and resources as antecedents of work engagement: A longitudinal study
S Mauno, U Kinnunen, M Ruokolainen
Journal of vocational behavior 70 (1), 149-171, 2007
Antecedents and outcomes of work family conflict among employed women and men in Finland
U Kinnunen, S Mauno
Human Relations 51 (2), 157-177, 1998
The construct validity of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale: Multisample and longitudinal evidence
P Seppälä, S Mauno, T Feldt, J Hakanen, U Kinnunen, A Tolvanen, ...
Journal of Happiness studies 10, 459-481, 2009
Work-home interaction from a work psychological perspective: Development and validation of a new questionnaire, the SWING
SAE Geurts, TW Taris, MAJ Kompier, JSE Dikkers, MLM Van Hooff, ...
Work & Stress 19 (4), 319-339, 2005
Psychosocial work stressors and well-being: Self-esteem and optimism as moderators in a one-year longitudinal sample
A Mäkikangas, U Kinnunen
Personality and individual differences 35 (3), 537-557, 2003
Types of work‐family interface: Well‐being correlates of negative and positive spillover between work and family
U Kinnunen, T Feldt, S Geurts, L Pulkkinen
Scandinavian journal of psychology 47 (2), 149-162, 2006
Work-to-family conflict and its relationship with satisfaction and well-being: A one-year longitudinal study on gender differences
U Kinnunen*, S Geurts, S Mauno
Work & Stress 18 (1), 1-22, 2004
Psychological consequences of fixed-term employment and perceived job insecurity among health care staff
S Mauno, U Kinnunen, A Mäkikangas, J Nätti
European Journal of work and organizational psychology 14 (3), 209-237, 2005
Job demands–resources model in the context of recovery: Testing recovery experiences as mediators
U Kinnunen, T Feldt, M Siltaloppi, S Sonnentag
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 20 (6), 805-832, 2011
Cross‐lagged associations between perceived external employability, job insecurity, and exhaustion: Testing gain and loss spirals according to the conservation of resources theory
N De Cuyper, A Mäkikangas, U Kinnunen, S Mauno, HD Witte
Journal of organizational behavior 33 (6), 770-788, 2012
Recovery experiences as moderators between psychosocial work characteristics and occupational well-being
M Siltaloppi, U Kinnunen, T Feldt
Work & Stress 23 (4), 330-348, 2009
Family-supportive organization perceptions, multiple dimensions of work–family conflict, and employee satisfaction: A test of model across five samples
LM Lapierre, PE Spector, TD Allen, S Poelmans, CL Cooper, ...
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (1), 92-106, 2008
Exploring work-and organization-based resources as moderators between work–family conflict, well-being, and job attitudes
S Mauno, U Kinnunen, M Ruokolainen
Work & Stress 20 (3), 210-233, 2006
Organizational antecedents and outcomes of job insecurity: A longitudinal study in three organizations in Finland
U Kinnunen, S Mauno, J Nätti, M Happonen
Journal of organizational behavior 21 (4), 443-459, 2000
Work–family conflict and its relations to well-being: The role of personality as a moderating factor
U Kinnunen, A Vermulst, J Gerris, A Mäkikangas
Personality and Individual differences 35 (7), 1669-1683, 2003
The effects of job stressors on marital satisfaction in Finnish dual‐earner couples
S Mauno, U Kinnunen
Journal of Organizational Behavior 20 (6), 879-895, 1999
Perceived job insecurity: A longitudinal study among Finnish employees
U Kinnunen, S Mauno, J Natti, M Happonen
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 8 (2), 243-260, 1999
Testing the effort-reward imbalance model among Finnish managers: the role of perceived organizational support.
U Kinnunen, T Feldt, A Mäkikangas
Journal of occupational health psychology 13 (2), 114, 2008
A mediational model of sense of coherence in the work context: a one‐year follow‐up study
T Feldt, U Kinnunen, S Mauno
Journal of Organizational Behavior 21 (4), 461-476, 2000
Perceived job insecurity among dual‐earner couples: Do its antecedents vary according to gender, economic sector and the measure used?
S Mauno, U Kinnunen
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 75 (3), 295-314, 2002
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