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Karen van Dam investigates how employees adapt to changes and demands in the work situation, focusing on organizational change responses, emotion regulation, appraisal processes, stress responses, de-activation, workplace learning, and sustainable employability. She is the author of the ‘Adaptability scale’, which measures workers’ tendency to be flexible, open-minded and ready to deal with changing, uncertain and new work situations. Additionally, she has developed a bodily movement intervention for stress release.
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Chronic stressors and burnout in Dutch police officers: Two studies into the complex role of coping self-efficacyEikenhout, L. M. J., Delahaij, R., Van Dam, K., Kamphuis, W., Hulshof, I. L. & Van Ruysseveldt, J., 16 Dec 2022, In: Frontiers in Psychology. 13, 13 p., 1054053.
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Job characteristics, identification at work, and employee withdrawal behavior: A latent change score approachVan Ruysseveldt, J. M. E., van Dam, K., Verboon, P. & Roberts, A., Oct 2023, In: Applied Psychology: an international review. 72, 4, p. 1449-1477 29 p.
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The role of workplace goal orientation for occupational self-efficacy and negative affect: A Vignette StudySchelp, L., Bipp, T. & van Dam, K., Aug 2022, In: Journal of Personnel psychology. 21, 3, p. 149-159
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Examining the mediating role of resources in the temporal relationship between proactive burnout prevention and burnoutOtto, M. C. B., Van Ruysseveldt, J., Hoefsmit, N. & Van Dam, K., Dec 2021, In: BMC Public Health. 21, 1, 15 p., 599.
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Hit by a double whammy? Trajectories of perceived quantitative and qualitative job insecurity in relation to work-related learning aspectsVan Hootegem, A., Nikolova, I. D., Van Ruysseveldt, J. M. E., van Dam, K. & De Witte, H., 2 Nov 2021, In: European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. 30, 6, p. 915-930 16 p.
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Inge van Seggelen - Damen (Organiser), Karen van Dam (Organiser), Joris Van Ruysseveldt (Organiser), Inge Hulshof (Organiser), Madelon Otto (Organiser), K Proost (Organiser), Maitta Spronken (Organiser), Arne Vanderstukken (Organiser) & Nicole Hoefsmit (Organiser)20 Nov 2020
Activity: Attending or organising an event types › Organising an event › Academic
30 May 2019
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Talk or presentation (not at a conference) › Academic
Karen van Dam (Speaker)17 May 2017 → 20 May 2017
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Talk or presentation (not at a conference) › AcademicFile