Marisa Salanova
Marisa Salanova
Full professor in Work & Organizational Psychology (Universitat Jaume I, Spain)
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The measurement of engagement and burnout: A two sample confirmatory factor analytic approach
WB Schaufeli, M Salanova, V González-Romá, AB Bakker
Journal of Happiness studies 3 (1), 71-92, 2002
93002002
The measurement of work engagement with a short questionnaire: A cross-national study
WB Schaufeli, AB Bakker, M Salanova
Educational and psychological measurement 66 (4), 701-716, 2006
55212006
Linking organizational resources and work engagement to employee performance and customer loyalty: the mediation of service climate.
M Salanova, S Agut, JM Peiró
Journal of applied Psychology 90 (6), 1217, 2005
28322005
Burnout and engagement in university students: A cross-national study
WB Schaufeli, IM Martinez, AM Pinto, M Salanova, AB Bakker
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 33 (5), 464-481, 2002
27972002
Work engagement
W Schaufeli, M Salanova
Managing social and ethical issues in organizations 135, 177, 2007
10642007
A cross-national study of work engagement as a mediator between job resources and proactive behaviour
M Salanova, WB Schaufeli
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (1), 116-131, 2008
9432008
Does a positive gain spiral of resources, efficacy beliefs and engagement exist?
S Llorens, W Schaufeli, A Bakker, M Salanova
Computers in human behavior 23 (1), 825-841, 2007
8532007
Desde el burnout al engagement: ¿ una nueva perspectiva?
M Salanova, WB Schaufeli, S Llorens Gumbau, PÃ Silla, ...
Journal of work and organizational psychology 16 (2), 117-134, 2000
7932000
Flow at work: Evidence for an upward spiral of personal and organizational resources
M Salanova, AB Bakker, S Llorens
Journal of Happiness studies 7 (1), 1-22, 2006
7012006
Efficacy or inefficacy, that's the question: Burnout and work engagement, and their relationships with efficacy beliefs
WB Schaufeli, M Salanova
Anxiety, stress, and coping 20 (2), 177-196, 2007
6732007
Testing the robustness of the job demands-resources model.
S Llorens, AB Bakker, W Schaufeli, M Salanova
International Journal of stress management 13 (3), 378, 2006
6352006
Perceived collective efficacy, subjective well-being and task performance among electronic work groups: An experimental study
M Salanova, S Llorens, E Cifre, IM Martínez, WB Schaufeli
Small Group Research 34 (1), 43-73, 2003
5712003
Bienestar psicológico en estudiantes universitarios: facilitadores y obstaculizadores del desempeño académico
IMM Martínez, EB Esteve, SL Gumbau, RG Gumbau
Anales De Psicología/Annals Of Psychology 21 (1), 170-180, 2005
5532005
El engagement en el trabajo: cuando el trabajo se convierte en pasión
M Salanova, W Schaufeli
Alianza Editorial; Madrid, 2009
5032009
Linking transformational leadership to nurses’ extra‐role performance: the mediating role of self‐efficacy and work engagement
M Salanova, L Lorente, MJ Chambel, IM Martínez
Journal of advanced nursing 67 (10), 2256-2266, 2011
4982011
How obstacles and facilitators predict academic performance: The mediating role of study burnout and engagement
M Salanova, W Schaufeli, I Martínez, E Bresó
Anxiety, stress & coping 23 (1), 53-70, 2010
4712010
“Yes, I can, I feel good, and I just do it!” On gain cycles and spirals of efficacy beliefs, affect, and engagement
M Salanova, S Llorens, WB Schaufeli
Applied Psychology 60 (2), 255-285, 2011
4592011
Self-efficacy specificity and burnout among information technology workers: An extension of the job demand-control model
M Salanova, JM Peiró, WB Schaufeli
European Journal of work and organizational psychology 11 (1), 1-25, 2002
4522002
Can a self-efficacy-based intervention decrease burnout, increase engagement, and enhance performance? A quasi-experimental study
E Bresó, WB Schaufeli, M Salanova
Higher Education 61 (4), 339-355, 2011
4012011
The gain spiral of resources and work engagement: Sustaining a positive worklife
M Salanova, WB Schaufeli, D Xanthopoulou, AB Bakker
Work engagement: A handbook of essential theory and research, 118-131, 2010
3862010
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