Editors-in-Chief

Editorial Office / Contact

  • Lisa Speigel

    Acadia University, Dept. of Psychology, Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Editorial Board

  • Arnold B. Bakker

    Erasmus Universiteit, Dept. of Work and Organizational Psychology, Rotterdam, Netherlands

    job demands–resources model, crossover, diary research, challenge job demands

  • Mathias Berger

    Universitätsklinik für Psychiatrie und Psychosomatik, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Freiburg, Germany

    depression, sleep disorders, burnout, workstress, psychotherapy

  • Thomas Cox

    Birkbeck, University of London, School of Business, Economics and Informatics, London, England, UK

    occupational health, work-related stress, work and organisational factors, psychosocial risk management, cancer survivorship, sustainable working life

  • Evangelia Demerouti

    Eindhoven University of Technology, Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, Eindhoven, Netherlands

    burnout, work engagement, job demands-resources model, work-family balance, job crafting, job performance

  • Maureen Dollard

    University of South Australia, School of Psychology, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

    psychosocial safety climate, multilevel theory, burnout, work engagement, workers compensation

  • Esther Greenglass

    York University, Dept. of Psychology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    burnout, stress, coping, gender differences, economic factors and burnout

  • Jari Hakanen

    Arbetshälsoinstitutet (FIOH) Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland

    burnout, work engagement, job demands-resources model, work-family balance, job crafting

  • Jonathon R.B. Halbesleben

    University of Alabama, Dept. of Management and Marketing, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

    conservation of resources theory, resources, social support, work-family interface

  • Arturo Juárez-García

    Universidad Autonoma des Estado Morelos, Sch. of Psychology, Cuernavaca Morelos, Mexico

    burnout, engagement, ERI model, DC model, cross-cultural research

  • Heather K. Spence Laschinger

    University of Western Ontario, Fac. of Health Science, London, Ontario, Canada

    burnout, nurse well-being, workplace violence, workplace empowerment

  • Laurenz Meier

    Université de Fribourg, Dept. of Psychology, Fribourg, Switzerland

    job stress, antisocial behavior at work, self-esteem, diary studies

  • Anthony Montgomery

    University of Macedonia, Dept. of Educational & Social Policy, Thessaloniki, Macedonia

    physician wellness, organizational culture, work-family interface, health services research

  • Debra Gilin Oore

    Saint Mary's University, Dept. of Psychology, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

    organizational conflict and negotiation, work stress and well-being, organizational change, quantitative methods

  • José Peiró

    Universitat de València, Research Institute of Personnel Psychology, Valencia, Spain

    burnout, occupational stress, wellbeing, leadership

  • Ian Rothman

    North-West University, Optentia Research Focus Area, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa

    burnout, work engagement, flourishing, happiness

  • Marisa Salanova

    Universitat Jaume I, Fac. of Health Sciences, Castellón, Canary Islands, Spain

    burnout and work engagement, healthy organizations, organizational resilience, well-being and happiness at work, positive interventions

  • Wilmar Schaufeli

    Utrecht University, Dept. of Social and Organizational Psychology, Utrecht, Netherlands

    burnout, work engagement, workaholism, job stress

  • Ralf Schwarzer

    The Free University of Berlin, Health Psychology, Berlin, Germany

    stress, coping, social support, health behaviors

  • Akihito Shimazu

    The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan

    job stress, work engagement, workaholism, work-family balance, psychoeducation

  • Sabine Sonnentag

    Universität Mannheim, Work and Organizational Psychology, Mannheim, Germany

    burnout, job stress, work engagement, recovery

  • Mina Westman

    Tel Aviv University, Fac. of Management, Tel-Aviv, Israel

    work-family interface, crossover, burnout, engagement, respite, international assignments

  • Despoina Xanthopoulou

    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Psychology, Thessaloniki, Greece

    burnout, work engagement, job (re)design, personal resources, diary studies, multilevel designs

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