Esther Kluwer
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A theory‐based measure of conflict management strategies in the workplace
CKW De Dreu, A Evers, B Beersma, ES Kluwer, A Nauta
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2001
6442001
When forgiving enhances psychological well-being: the role of interpersonal commitment.
JC Karremans, PAM Van Lange, JW Ouwerkerk, ES Kluwer
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (5), 1011, 2003
5632003
The marital dynamics of conflict over the division of labor
ES Kluwer, JAM Heesink, E Van De Vliert
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 635-653, 1997
2911997
Marital conflict about the division of household labor and paid work
ES Kluwer, JAM Heesink, E Van de Vliert
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 958-969, 1996
2731996
Conflict frequency and relationship quality across the transition to parenthood
ES Kluwer, MD Johnson
Journal of marriage and family 69 (5), 1089-1106, 2007
2002007
From partnership to parenthood: A review of marital change across the transition to parenthood
ES Kluwer
Journal of Family Theory & Review 2 (2), 105-125, 2010
1942010
The division of labor across the transition to parenthood: A justice perspective
ES Kluwer, JAM Heesink, E Van De Vliert
Journal of Marriage and Family 64 (4), 930-943, 2002
1622002
Work–family enrichment, work–family conflict, and marital satisfaction: A dyadic analysis.
EF van Steenbergen, ES Kluwer, BR Karney
Journal of occupational health psychology 19 (2), 182, 2014
1382014
Work characteristics and parent‐child relationship quality: the mediating role of temporal involvement
A Roeters, T Van Der Lippe, ES Kluwer
Journal of Marriage and family 72 (5), 1317-1328, 2010
1072010
The division of labor in close relationships: An asymmetrical conflict issue
ES Kluwer, JAM Heesink, EVANDE VLIERT
Personal Relationships 7 (3), 263-282, 2000
1052000
Workload and the trajectory of marital satisfaction in newlyweds: Job satisfaction, gender, and parental status as moderators.
EF Van Steenbergen, ES Kluwer, BR Karney
Journal of Family Psychology 25 (3), 345, 2011
952011
The structure and management of conflict: Fighting or defending the status quo
CKW De Dreu, ES Kluwer, A Nauta
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 11 (3), 331-353, 2008
902008
Parental work demands and the frequency of child‐related routine and interactive activities
A Roeters, T Van Der Lippe, ES Kluwer
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (5), 1193-1204, 2009
832009
The division of labor among egalitarian and traditional women: Differences in discontent, social comparison, and false consensus
BP Buunk, ES Kluwer, MK Schuurman, FW Siero
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 30 (4), 759-779, 2000
752000
Positive and negative effects of family involvement on work-related burnout
L Lieke, T van der Lippe, ES Kluwer, H Flap
Journal of Vocational Behavior 73 (3), 387-396, 2008
732008
Family involvement and helping behavior in teams
LL ten Brummelhuis, T van der Lippe, ES Kluwer
Journal of Management 36 (6), 1406-1431, 2010
722010
Juggling work and family responsibilities when involuntarily working more from home: A multiwave study of financial sales professionals
LM Lapierre, EF Van Steenbergen, MCW Peeters, ES Kluwer
Journal of Organizational Behavior 37 (6), 804-822, 2016
662016
Gender-related inequalities in the division of family work in close relationships: A social psychological perspective
E Kluwer, G Mikula
European review of social psychology 13 (1), 185-216, 2003
652003
Citizens of warmer countries are more competitive and poorer: Culture or chance?
E Van de Vliert, ES Kluwer, R Lynn
Journal of Economic Psychology 21 (2), 143-165, 2000
652000
Knock, knock, anybody home? Psychological availability as link between work and relationship
G DANNER‐VLAARDINGERBROEK, ES Kluwer, EF Van Steenbergen, ...
Personal Relationships 20 (1), 52-68, 2013
562013
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