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Recovery, Health, and Job Performance: Effects of Weekend Experiences
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
This study extended research on respites by examining the extent to which experiences during the weekend contribute to health and job performance after the weekend. Longitudinal data including 3 measurement occasions from 87 emergency service workers indicated that nonwork hassles, absence of positive work reflection, and low social activity during the weekend predicted burnout and poor general well-being after the weekend. Weekend experiences also predicted different aspects of job performancedoi:10.1037/1076-89188.8.131.52 pmid:16060723 fatcat:4esdzmb5lzgelfim3civgrubwu