Jana Kühnel
Jana Kühnel
Assistant Professor, University of Vienna
Verified email at univie.ac.at
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The affective shift model of work engagement.
R Bledow, A Schmitt, M Frese, J Kühnel
Journal of Applied Psychology 96 (6), 1246, 2011
2922011
Resources and time pressure as day‐level antecedents of work engagement
J Kühnel, S Sonnentag, R Bledow
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 85 (1), 181-198, 2012
2112012
Does work engagement increase after a short respite? The role of job involvement as a double‐edged sword
J Kühnel, S Sonnentag, M Westman
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 82 (3), 575-594, 2009
1782009
How long do you benefit from vacation? A closer look at the fade‐out of vacation effects
J Kühnel, S Sonnentag
Journal of Organizational Behavior 32 (1), 125-143, 2011
1522011
Coming back to work in the morning: Psychological detachment and reattachment as predictors of work engagement.
S Sonnentag, J Kühnel
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 21 (4), 379, 2016
602016
Interaction effects of effort–reward imbalance and overcommitment on emotional exhaustion and job performance.
N Feuerhahn, J Kühnel, BM Kudielka
International Journal of Stress Management 19 (2), 105, 2012
592012
Learning from others’ failures: The effectiveness of failure stories for managerial learning
R Bledow, B Carette, J Kühnel, D Bister
Academy of Management Learning & Education 16 (1), 39-53, 2017
522017
Vacation from work: a ‘ticket to creativity’?: the effects of recreational travel on cognitive flexibility and originality
J de Bloom, S Ritter, J Kühnel, J Reinders, S Geurts
Tourism Management 44, 164-171, 2014
522014
When do you procrastinate? Sleep quality and social sleep lag jointly predict self‐regulatory failure at work
J Kühnel, R Bledow, N Feuerhahn
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (7), 983-1002, 2016
442016
Take a break! Benefits of sleep and short breaks for daily work engagement
J Kühnel, H Zacher, J De Bloom, R Bledow
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26 (4), 481-491, 2017
412017
Share, like, twitter, and connect: Ecological momentary assessment to examine the relationship between non-work social media use at work and work engagement
CJ Syrek, J Kühnel, T Vahle-Hinz, J De Bloom
Work & Stress 32 (3), 209-227, 2018
252018
Motives matter: A diary study on the relationship between job stressors and exercise after work.
IJ Nägel, S Sonnentag, J Kühnel
International Journal of Stress Management 22 (4), 346, 2015
242015
Why don’t you go to bed on time? A daily diary study on the relationships between chronotype, self-control resources and the phenomenon of bedtime procrastination
J Kühnel, CJ Syrek, A Dreher
Frontiers in psychology 9, 77, 2018
172018
Staying in touch while at work: Relationships between personal social media use at work and work-nonwork balance and creativity
J Kühnel, T Vahle-Hinz, J de Bloom, CJ Syrek
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (10), 1235-1261, 2020
142020
The relevance of sleep and circadian misalignment for procrastination among shift workers
J Kühnel, S Sonnentag, R Bledow, KG Melchers
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 91 (1), 110-133, 2018
142018
Tell me sweet little lies: How does faking in interviews affect interview scores and interview validity?
AK Buehl, KG Melchers, T Macan, J Kühnel
Journal of Business and Psychology 34 (1), 107-124, 2019
132019
Keeping up day-specific effects of transformational leadership: the role of followers’ emotion regulation
A Kuonath, J Specht, J Kühnel, D Pachler, D Frey
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26 (6), 828-843, 2017
122017
All I want for Christmas is recovery–changes in employee affective well-being before and after vacation
CJ Syrek, O Weigelt, J Kühnel, J de Bloom
Work & Stress 32 (4), 313-333, 2018
92018
Morning reattachment to work and work engagement during the day: A look at day-level mediators
S Sonnentag, K Eck, C Fritz, J Kühnel
Journal of Management, 0149206319829823, 2019
42019
Interoceptive accuracy is related to long‐term stress via self‐regulation
D Schultchen, J Bayer, J Kühnel, KG Melchers, O Pollatos
Psychophysiology 56 (10), e13429, 2019
12019
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