Objective work-nonwork conflict: From incompatible demands to decreased work role performance.

S. Haun, H. Steinmetz, C. Dormann, Journal of Vocational Behavior. 79 (2011) 578–587.

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Haun S, Steinmetz H, Dormann C. Objective work-nonwork conflict: From incompatible demands to decreased work role performance. . Journal of Vocational Behavior. 2011;79(2):578-587.
Haun, S., Steinmetz, H., & Dormann, C. (2011). Objective work-nonwork conflict: From incompatible demands to decreased work role performance. . Journal of Vocational Behavior., 79(2), 578–587.
@article{Haun_Steinmetz_Dormann_2011, title={Objective work-nonwork conflict: From incompatible demands to decreased work role performance. }, volume={79}, number={2}, journal={Journal of Vocational Behavior.}, author={Haun, S and Steinmetz, Holger and Dormann, C}, year={2011}, pages={578–587} }
Haun, S, Holger Steinmetz, and C Dormann. “Objective Work-Nonwork Conflict: From Incompatible Demands to Decreased Work Role Performance. .” Journal of Vocational Behavior. 79, no. 2 (2011): 578–87.
S. Haun, H. Steinmetz, and C. Dormann, “Objective work-nonwork conflict: From incompatible demands to decreased work role performance. ,” Journal of Vocational Behavior., vol. 79, no. 2, pp. 578–587, 2011.
Haun, S., et al. “Objective Work-Nonwork Conflict: From Incompatible Demands to Decreased Work Role Performance. .” Journal of Vocational Behavior., vol. 79, no. 2, 2011, pp. 578–87.

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