Norbert K. Semmer
Norbert K. Semmer
Professor Emeritus, University of Bern, Switzerland
Verified email at psy.unibe.ch
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A meta-analysis of work–family conflict and various outcomes with a special emphasis on cross-domain versus matching-domain relations.
FT Amstad, LL Meier, U Fasel, A Elfering, NK Semmer
Journal of occupational health psychology 16 (2), 151, 2011
11222011
Job stress interventions and organization of work.
NK Semmer
American Psychological Association, 2003
4962003
Bedeutung und wirkung von arbeit
N Semmer, I Udris
Lehrbuch Organisationspsychologie 3 (157-196), 2004
4322004
1995 Volvo Award in clinical sciences. The diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging, work perception, and psychosocial factors in identifying symptomatic disc herniations.
N Boos, R Rieder, V Schade, KF Spratt, N Semmer, M Aebi
Spine 20 (24), 2613-2625, 1995
3931995
Stress und Gesundheit in Organisationen
D Zapf, NK Semmer
Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, Themenbereich D, Serie III 3, 1007-1112, 2004
3782004
Getting groups to develop good strategies: Effects of reflexivity interventions on team process, team performance, and shared mental models
A Gurtner, F Tschan, NK Semmer, C Nägele
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 102 (2), 127-142, 2007
3162007
‘Shared job strain’: a new approach for assessing the validity of job stress measurements
N Semmer, D Zapf, S Greif
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 69 (3), 293-310, 1996
3081996
Individual differences, work stress and health.
NK Semmer, LL Meier
Wiley-Blackwell, 2009
2892009
Streßbezogene Tätigkeitsanalyse: Psychologische Untersuchungen zur Analyse von Streß am Arbeitsplatz
N Semmer
Beltz, 1984
2861984
Instrument zur stressbezogenen Tätigkeitsanalyse (ISTA)
N Semmer, D Zapf, H Dunckel
Handbuch psychologischer arbeitsanalyseverfahren 14, 179-204, 1999
2801999
Working conditions, well-being, and job-related attitudes among call centre agents
S Grebner, N Semmer, LL Faso, S Gut, W Kälin, A Elfering
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 12 (4), 341-365, 2003
2742003
Young investigator award 2001 winner: Risk factors for lumbar disc degeneration: A 5-year prospective MRI study in asymptomatic individuals
A Elfering, N Semmer, D Birkhofer, M Zanetti, J Hodler, N Boos
Spine 27 (2), 125-134, 2002
2722002
Natural history of individuals with asymptomatic disc abnormalities in magnetic resonance imaging: predictors of low back pain–related medical consultation and work incapacity
N Boos, N Semmer, A Elfering, V Schade, I Gal, M Zanetti, R Kissling, ...
Spine 25 (12), 1484-1492, 2000
2512000
The diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging, work perception, and psychosocial factors in identifying symptomatic disc herniations
N Boos, R Rieder, V Schade, KF Spratt, N Semmer, M Aebi
Spine 20 (24), 2613-2625, 1995
2481995
Teamwork and leadership in cardiopulmonary resuscitation
S Hunziker, AC Johansson, F Tschan, NK Semmer, L Rock, MD Howell, ...
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 57 (24), 2381-2388, 2011
2472011
Occupational stress research: The stress-as-offense-to-self perspective
N Semmer, N Jacobshagen, L Meier, AH Elfering
Nottingham University Press, 2007
2422007
The emotional meaning of instrumental social support.
NK Semmer, A Elfering, N Jacobshagen, T Perrot, TA Beehr, N Boos
International Journal of Stress Management 15 (3), 235, 2008
2352008
The impact of clinical, morphological, psychosocial and work-related factors on the outcome of lumbar discectomy
V Schade, N Semmer, CJ Main, J Hora, N Boos
Pain 80 (1-2), 239-249, 1999
2291999
The double meaning of control: Three-way interactions between internal resources, job control, and stressors at work.
LL Meier, NK Semmer, A Elfering, N Jacobshagen
Journal of occupational health psychology 13 (3), 244, 2008
2242008
Outcome assessment in low back pain: how low can you go?
AF Mannion, A Elfering, R Staerkle, A Junge, D Grob, NK Semmer, ...
European Spine Journal 14 (10), 1014-1026, 2005
2162005
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