Dr. Maria Kottwitz
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Refereed Journal Papers

Elfering, A., Kottwitz, M. U., Häfliger, E., Celik, Z., & Grebner, S. (in press). Interruptions, unreasonable tasks, and quality-threatening time pressure in home care: Linked to attention deficits and slips, trips, and falls? Safety and Health at Work. doi: 10.1016/j.shaw.2018.02.001

Elfering, A., Kottwitz, M. U., Tamcan, Ö., Müller, U., & Mannion, A. F. (in press). Impaired sleep predicts onset of low back pain and burnout symptoms: evidence from a three-wave study. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 1-15. doi: 10.1080/13548506.2018.1479038
Garrido, M., Kälin, W., Otto, K., Sadlowski, J., & Kottwitz, M. U. (in press). Do co‐worker conflicts enhance daily worries about job insecurity: A diary study. Applied Psychology. doi: 10.1111/apps.12157.

Elfering, A., Grebner, S., Ganster, D., Berset, M., Kottwitz, M. U., & Semmer, N. K. (2018). Cortisol on sunday as indicator of recovery from work: Prediction by observer ratings of job demands and control. Work & Stress, 32, 168-188. doi:10.1080/02678373.2017.1417337

Kottwitz, M. U., Gerhardt, C., Pereira, D., Iseli, L., & Elfering, A. (2018). Teacher's sleep quality: Linked to social job characteristics? Industrial Health, 56, 53-61. doi:10.2486/indhealth.2017-0073

Kottwitz, M. U., Schade, V., Burger, C., Radlinger, L., & Elfering, A. (2018). Time pressure, time autonomy, and sickness absenteeism in hospital employees: A longitudinal study on organisational absenteeism records. Safety and Health at Work, 9, 109-114. doi:0.1016/j.shaw.2017.06.013.

Kottwitz, M. U., Hünefeld, L., Frank, B. P., & Otto, K. (2017). The more, the better?! Multiple vs. single jobholders’ job satisfaction as a matter of lacked information. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1274. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01274

Kottwitz, M. U., Rolli Salathé, C., Buser, C. & Elfering, A. (2017). Emotion work and musculoskeletal pain in supermarket cashiers: A test of a sleep-mediation model. Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 2, 1-13. doi:10.16993/sjwop.25.

Kottwitz, M. U., Schnyder, R., Berset, M., & Elfering, A. (2017). Thirst at work implies more than just inadequate facilities for breaks. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 42, 223-234. doi:10.1007/s10484-017-9369-x

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