Sandra Ohly
Sandra Ohly
Professor of Business Psychology, University of Kassel
Verified email at uni-kassel.de
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Diary studies in organizational research
S Ohly, S Sonnentag, C Niessen, D Zapf
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2010
7012010
Routinization, work characteristics and their relationships with creative and proactive behaviors
S Ohly, S Sonnentag, F Pluntke
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2006
6042006
Work characteristics, challenge appraisal, creativity, and proactive behavior: A multi‐level study
S Ohly, C Fritz
Journal of Organizational Behavior 31 (4), 543-565, 2010
4222010
Designing motivating jobs
SK Parker, S Ohly
Work motivation: Past, present, and future, 233-284, 2008
261*2008
Dispositional resistance to change: measurement equivalence and the link to personal values across 17 nations.
S Oreg, M Bayazit, M Vakola, L Arciniega, A Armenakis, R Barkauskiene, ...
Journal of Applied Psychology 93 (4), 935, 2008
2342008
Taking personal initiative and communicating about ideas: What is important for the creative process and for idea creativity?
C Binnewies, S Ohly, S Sonnentag
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 16 (4), 432-455, 2007
2222007
Age and creativity at work: The interplay between job resources, age and idea creativity
C Binnewies, S Ohly, C Niessen
Journal of Managerial Psychology 23 (4), 438-457, 2008
1802008
Challenging the status quo: What motivates proactive behaviour?
S Ohly, C Fritz
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 80 (4), 623-629, 2007
1442007
Learning at work: training and development
S Sonnentag, C Niessen, S Ohly
International review of industrial and organizational psychology 19, 249-290, 2004
1432004
Thriving on challenge stressors? Exploring time pressure and learning demands as antecedents of thriving at work
R Prem, S Ohly, B Kubicek, C Korunka
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (1), 108-123, 2017
1262017
What makes us enthusiastic, angry, feeling at rest or worried? Development and validation of an affective work events taxonomy using concept mapping methodology
S Ohly, A Schmitt
Journal of Business and Psychology 30 (1), 15-35, 2015
902015
Networks for generating and for validating ideas: The social side of creativity
S Ohly, R Kase, M Škerlavaj
Innovation 12 (1), 41-52, 2010
832010
Work-related smartphone use and well-being in the evening
S Ohly, A Latour
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2014
652014
Time Pressure Promotes Work Engagement: Test of illegitimate tasks as boundary condition
A Schmitt, S Ohly, N Kleespies
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2015
632015
There is more than obeying display rules: Service employees’ motives for emotion regulation in customer interactions
L Von Gilsa, D Zapf, S Ohly, K Trumpold, S Machowski
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 23 (6), 884-896, 2014
462014
Persistent work-related technology use, recovery and well-being processes: Focus on supplemental work after hours
L Ďuranová, S Ohly
Springer, 2015
41*2015
Identifying ICT-related affective events across life domains and examining their unique relationships with employee recovery
J Braukmann, A Schmitt, L Ďuranová, S Ohly
Journal of Business and Psychology 33 (4), 529-544, 2018
252018
A survey of attention management systems in ubiquitous computing environments
C Anderson, I Hübener, AK Seipp, S Ohly, K David, V Pejovic
Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous …, 2018
252018
Extending the Reach of Job Design Theory: Going BeyondtheJob Characteristics Model
SK Parker, S Ohly
The Sage handbook of human resource management, 269, 2009
192009
Balancing the online life: Mobile usage scenarios and strategies for a new communication paradigm
K David, G Bieling, D Bohnstedt, S Jandt, S Ohly, A Robnagel, A Schmitt, ...
ieee veHiculAR tecHnOlOGy mAGAzine 9 (3), 72-79, 2014
162014
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