|Distress in couples coping with cancer: a meta-analysis and critical review of role and gender effects.|
M Hagedoorn, R Sanderman, HN Bolks, J Tuinstra, JC Coyne
Psychological bulletin 134 (1), 1, 2008
|Do high job demands increase intrinsic motivation or fatigue or both? The role of job control and job social support|
NW Van Yperen, M Hagedoorn
Academy of Management Journal 46 (3), 339-348, 2003
|Couples dealing with cancer: role and gender differences regarding psychological distress and quality of life|
M Hagedoorn, BP Buunk, RG Kuijer, T Wobbes, R Sanderman
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral†…, 2000
|Marital satisfaction in patients with cancer: Does support from intimate partners benefit those who need it most?|
M Hagedoorn, RG Kuijer, BP Buunk, GM DeJong, T Wobbes, ...
Health Psychology 19 (3), 274, 2000
|Employees' reactions to problematic events: A circumplex structure of five categories of responses, and the role of job satisfaction|
M Hagedoorn, NW Van Yperen, E Van de Vliert, BP Buunk
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial†…, 1999
|Communal Orientation and the Burnout Syndrome Among Nurses: A Replication and Extension1|
NW Van Yperen
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 26 (4), 338-354, 1996
|Informal caregiving for cancer patients|
F Romito, G Goldzweig, C Cormio, M Hagedoorn, BL Andersen
Cancer 119, 2160-2169, 2013
|Injustice and employees' destructive responses: The mediating role of state negative affect|
NW VanYperen, M Hagedoorn, M Zweers, S Postma
Social Justice Research 13 (3), 291-312, 2000
|Dyadic coping within couples dealing with breast cancer: A longitudinal, population-based study.|
N Rottmann, DG Hansen, PV Larsen, A Nicolaisen, H Flyger, C Johansen, ...
Health Psychology 34 (5), 486, 2015
|Caregiver burnout among intimate partners of patients with a severe illness: An equity perspective|
JF Ybema, RG Kuijer, M Hagedoorn, BP Buunk
Personal Relationships 9 (1), 73-88, 2002
|Failing in spousal caregiving: The ‘identity‐relevant stress’ hypothesis to explain sex differences in caregiver distress|
M Hagedoorn, R Sanderman, BP Buunk, T Wobbes
British journal of health psychology 7 (4), 481-494, 2002
|Facial disfigurement in patients with head and neck cancer: the role of social self-efficacy.|
M Hagedoorn, E Molleman
Health Psychology 25 (5), 643, 2006
|Does marriage protect older people from distress? The role of equity and recency of bereavement.|
M Hagedoorn, NW Van Yperen, JC Coyne, CHM van Jaarsveld, ...
Psychology and aging 21 (3), 611, 2006
|Cognitive adaptation: A comparison of cancer patients and healthy references|
HE Stiegelis, M Hagedoorn, R Sanderman, KI Van der Zee, BP Buunk, ...
British Journal of Health Psychology 8 (3), 303-318, 2003
|Changes in physical functioning and quality of life in patients with cancer: response shift and relative evaluation of one's condition|
M Hagedoorn, KCA Sneeuw, NK Aaronson
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 55 (2), 176-183, 2002
|Course of distress in breast cancer patients, their partners, and matched control couples|
C Hinnen, AV Ranchor, R Sanderman, TAB Snijders, M Hagedoorn, ...
Annals of behavioral medicine 36 (2), 141-148, 2008
|The impact of an informational self‐management intervention on the association between control and illness uncertainty before and psychological distress after radiotherapy|
HE Stiegelis, M Hagedoorn, R Sanderman, FTC Bennenbroek, BP Buunk, ...
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral†…, 2004
|Chronic disease in elderly couples: are women more responsive to their spouses' health condition than men?|
M Hagedoorn, R Sanderman, AV Ranchor, EI Brilman, GIJM Kempen, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 51 (5), 693-696, 2001
|Caregiving in the illness context|
T Revenson, K Griva, A Luszczynska, V Morrison, E Panagopoulou, ...
|Psychological distress in couples dealing with colorectal cancer: Gender and role differences and intracouple correspondence|
J Tuinstra, M Hagedoorn, E Van Sonderen, AV Ranchor, ...
British Journal of Health Psychology 9 (4), 465-478, 2004