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Journal of Applied Psychology Sabbatical Leave : Who Gains and How Much ?

@inproceedings{Davidson2010JournalOA,
  title={Journal of Applied Psychology Sabbatical Leave : Who Gains and How Much ?},
  author={O. B. Davidson and D. Eden and M. Westman and Yochi Cohen-Charash and L. Hammer and A. Kluger and M. Krausz and M. Leiter and M. O'driscoll and P. Perrew{\'e} and J. Quick and Z. Rosenblatt and P. Spector},
  year={2010}
}
  • O. B. Davidson, D. Eden, +10 authors P. Spector
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
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