Best Paper Award
1st place: Lianne Aarntzen Belle Derks, Elianne van Steenbergen, Michelle Ryan, Tanja van der Lippe – Work-Family Guilt as a Straightjacket: An Interview and Diary Study on Consequences of Mothers’ Work-Family Guilt.
Jonas Dora, Madelon van Hooff, Sabine Geurts, Michiel Kompier, Erik Bijleveld – The effect of opportunity costs on mental fatigue in labor/leisure tradeoffs.
Marijntje Zeijen, Paraskevas Petrou & Arnold. B. Bakker – When Asking for Help is Helpful: A Dyadic Study on the Episodic Effects of Social Support
Best Dissertation Price
1st place: Inge Wolsink – Cognitive, Affective, and Motivational Processes Underlying Proactive Behavior
2nd place: Michelle Van Laethem – Reciprocity Between Work Stress and Sleep: Perseverative Cognition as Underlying Mechanism
3rd place: Haijang Wang – Leadership, Job Crafting and Work Outcomes: Can Leaders Cultivate Well-Performing Job Crafters?