Sabbatical leave: who gains and how much?

@article{Davidson2010SabbaticalLW,
  title={Sabbatical leave: who gains and how much?},
  author={Oranit B. Davidson and Dov Eden and Mina Westman and Yochi Cohen-Charash and Leslie B. Hammer and Avraham Kluger and Moshe Krausz and Christina Maslach and Michael P. O'driscoll and Pamela L. Perrew{\'e} and James Campbell Quick and Zehava Rosenblatt and Paul E. Spector},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={95 5},
  pages={
          953-64
        }
}
A rigorous quasi-experiment tested the ameliorative effects of a sabbatical leave, a special case of respite from routine work. We hypothesized that (a) respite increases resource level and well-being and (b) individual differences and respite features moderate respite effects. A sample of 129 faculty members on sabbatical and 129 matched controls completed measures of resource gain, resource loss, and well-being before, during, and after the sabbatical. Among the sabbatees, resource loss… Expand
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