Paraskevas Petrou
Paraskevas Petrou
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Crafting a job on a daily basis: Contextual correlates and the link to work engagement
P Petrou, E Demerouti, MCW Peeters, WB Schaufeli, J Hetland
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (8), 1120-1141, 2012
9472012
Crafting the change: The role of employee job crafting behaviors for successful organizational change
P Petrou, E Demerouti, WB Schaufeli
Journal of Management 44 (5), 1766-1792, 2018
3592018
Job crafting in changing organizations: Antecedents and implications for exhaustion and performance.
P Petrou, E Demerouti, WB Schaufeli
Journal of occupational health psychology 20 (4), 470, 2015
2842015
Weekly job crafting and leisure crafting: Implications for meaning‐making and work engagement
P Petrou, AB Bakker, M van den Heuvel
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 90 (2), 129-152, 2017
1302017
Regular versus cutback-related change: The role of employee job crafting in organizational change contexts of different nature.
P Petrou, E Demerouti, D Xanthopoulou
International Journal of Stress Management 24 (1), 62, 2017
792017
Crafting one’s leisure time in response to high job strain
P Petrou, AB Bakker
Human relations 69 (2), 507-529, 2016
722016
Trait-level and week-level regulatory focus as a motivation to craft a job
P Petrou, E Demerouti
Career Development International, 2015
672015
Does job crafting assist dealing with organizational changes due to austerity measures? Two studies among Greek employees
E Demerouti, D Xanthopoulou, P Petrou, C Karagkounis
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 26 (4), 574-589, 2017
662017
Proactive vitality management, work engagement, and creativity: The role of goal orientation
AB Bakker, P Petrou, EM Op den Kamp, M Tims
Applied Psychology 69 (2), 351-378, 2020
542020
When fit matters more: The effect of regulatory fit on adaptation to change
P Petrou, E Demerouti, M Häfner
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (1), 126-142, 2015
512015
Inequity in work and intimate relationships: A spillover–crossover model
AB Bakker, P Petrou, I Tsaousis
Anxiety, Stress & Coping 25 (5), 491-506, 2012
362012
Crafting a job on a daily basis: Contextual antecedents and the effect on work engagement
P Petrou, E Demerouti, M Peeters, W Schaufeli
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (8), 1120-1141, 2012
342012
How work–self conflict/facilitation influences exhaustion and task performance: A three-wave study on the role of personal resources.
E Demerouti, AI Sanz-Vergel, P Petrou, M van den Heuvel
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 21 (4), 391, 2016
332016
Crafting the change: The role of job crafting and regulatory focus in adaptation to organizational change
P Petrou
Utrecht University, 2013
322013
Job crafting als sleutel tot succesvolle organisatieverandering
P Petrou, E Demerouti, K Breevaart
Gedrag & Organisatie 26 (1), 2013
22*2013
Creativity under task conflict: The role of proactively increasing job resources
P Petrou, AB Bakker, K Bezemer
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 92 (2), 305-329, 2019
212019
Thinking of change in terms of'gains' or'losses': promotion versus prevention focus as a moderator in the job demands-resources model
P Petrou, E Demerouti
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 36 (2), 1-11, 2010
212010
Victimisation and life satisfaction of gay and bisexual individuals in 44 European countries: the moderating role of country-level and person-level attitudes towards homosexuality
P Petrou, R Lemke
Culture, health & sexuality 20 (6), 640-657, 2018
192018
Social Exchange at Work and Emotional Exhaustion: The Role of Personality1
P Petrou, A Kouvonen, M Karanika‐Murray
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (9), 2165-2199, 2011
182011
Life history strategy and stress: an effect of stressful life events, coping strategies, or both?
D van der Linden, CS Dunkel, M Tops, MP Hengartner, P Petrou
Personality and Individual Differences 135, 277-285, 2018
162018
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