Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction

Esdar W, Wild E, Schwinger M, Gorges J (2012)
International Journal of Psychology 47(Suppl. 1): 534-535.

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Esdar W, Wild E, Schwinger M, Gorges J. Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction. International Journal of Psychology. 2012;47(Suppl. 1):534-535.
Esdar, W., Wild, E., Schwinger, M., & Gorges, J. (2012). Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction. International Journal of Psychology, 47(Suppl. 1), 534-535.
Esdar, W., Wild, E., Schwinger, M., and Gorges, J. (2012). Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction. International Journal of Psychology 47, 534-535.
Esdar, W., et al., 2012. Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction. International Journal of Psychology, 47(Suppl. 1), p 534-535.
W. Esdar, et al., “Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction”, International Journal of Psychology, vol. 47, 2012, pp. 534-535.
Esdar, W., Wild, E., Schwinger, M., Gorges, J.: Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction. International Journal of Psychology. 47, 534-535 (2012).
Esdar, Wiebke, Wild, Elke, Schwinger, Malte, and Gorges, Julia. “Self-regulation strategies buffer negative effects of goal conflicts on work satisfaction”. International Journal of Psychology 47.Suppl. 1 (2012): 534-535.
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