Achim Elfering
Achim Elfering
Professor für Psychologie, Universität Bern
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A meta-analysis of work–family conflict and various outcomes with a special emphasis on cross-domain versus matching-domain relations.
FT Amstad, LL Meier, U Fasel, A Elfering, NK Semmer
Journal of occupational health psychology 16 (2), 151, 2011
Pain assessment
M Haefeli, A Elfering
European spine journal 15, S17-S24, 2006
The emotional meaning of instrumental social support.
NK Semmer, A Elfering, N Jacobshagen, T Perrot, TA Beehr, N Boos
International journal of stress management 15 (3), 235, 2008
Occupational stress research: The stress-as-offense-to-self perspective
NK Semmer, N Jacobshagen, L Meier, AH Elfering
Nottingham University Press, 2007
Illegitimate tasks as a source of work stress
NK Semmer, N Jacobshagen, LL Meier, A Elfering, TA Beehr, W Kälin, ...
Work & Stress 29 (1), 32-56, 2015
Young investigator award 2001 winner: Risk factors for lumbar disc degeneration: A 5-year prospective MRI study in asymptomatic individuals
A Elfering, N Semmer, D Birkhofer, M Zanetti, J Hodler, N Boos
Spine 27 (2), 125-134, 2002
Working conditions, well-being, and job-related attitudes among call centre agents
S Grebner, N Semmer, LL Faso, S Gut, W Kälin, A Elfering
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 12 (4), 341-365, 2003
Natural history of individuals with asymptomatic disc abnormalities in magnetic resonance imaging: predictors of low back pain–related medical consultation and work incapacity
N Boos, N Semmer, A Elfering, V Schade, I Gal, M Zanetti, R Kissling, ...
Spine 25 (12), 1484-1492, 2000
Fat Content of Lumbar Paraspinal Muscles in Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain and in Asymptomatic Volunteers: Quantification with MR Spectroscopy1
B Mengiardi, MR Schmid, N Boos, CWA Pfirrmann, F Brunner, A Elfering, ...
Radiology 240 (3), 786-792, 2006
Cost of low back pain in Switzerland in 2005
S Wieser, B Horisberger, S Schmidhauser, C Eisenring, U Brügger, ...
The European Journal of Health Economics 12, 455-467, 2011
The double meaning of control: three-way interactions between internal resources, job control, and stressors at work.
LL Meier, NK Semmer, A Elfering, N Jacobshagen
Journal of occupational health psychology 13 (3), 244, 2008
Outcome assessment in low back pain: how low can you go?
AF Mannion, A Elfering, R Staerkle, A Junge, D Grob, NK Semmer, ...
European Spine Journal 14, 1014-1026, 2005
Working conditions and three types of well-being: a longitudinal study with self-report and rating data.
S Grebner, NK Semmer, A Elfering
Journal of occupational health psychology 10 (1), 31, 2005
Beyond self-report: Using observational, physiological, and situation-based measures in research on occupational stress
NK Semmer, S Grebner, A Elfering
Emotional and physiological processes and positive intervention strategies …, 2003
Work stressors and impaired sleep: Rumination as a mediator
M Berset, A Elfering, S Lüthy, S Lüthi, NK Semmer
Stress and Health 27 (2), e71-e82, 2011
Work stress and patient safety: observer-rated work stressors as predictors of characteristics of safety-related events reported by young nurses
A Elfering, NK Semmer, S Grebner
Ergonomics 49 (5-6), 457-469, 2006
Predictors of surgical outcome and their assessment
AF Mannion, A Elfering
European Spine Journal 15, S93-S108, 2006
Longitudinal validation of the fear-avoidance beliefs questionnaire (FABQ) in a Swiss-German sample of low back pain patients
R Staerkle, AF Mannion, A Elfering, A Junge, NK Semmer, ...
European Spine Journal 13, 332-340, 2004
You want me to do what? Two daily diary studies of illegitimate tasks and employee well‐being
EM Eatough, LL Meier, I Igic, A Elfering, PE Spector, NK Semmer
Journal of organizational behavior 37 (1), 108-127, 2016
Chronic job stressors and job control: Effects on event‐related coping success and well‐being
A Elfering, S Grebner, N K Semmer, D Kaiser‐Freiburghaus, ...
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 78 (2), 237-252, 2005
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