The Role of Individual Differences in Particular Autonomy-Connectedness in Women's and Men's Work-Family Balance

@article{Bekker2010TheRO,
  title={The Role of Individual Differences in Particular Autonomy-Connectedness in Women's and Men's Work-Family Balance},
  author={M. H. Bekker and J. Willemse and Jacqueline W J M De Goeij},
  journal={Women & Health},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={241 - 261}
}
Individual differences are increasingly considered important in the relationship between work-family balance and health. The present study examined the role of autonomy-connectedness in positive and negative work-family interaction and family-work interaction. We also investigated the relationship of work-family interaction and family-work interaction with positive and negative affect, coping patterns, and demographic characteristics. All variables under study were measured with questionnaires… Expand
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